Memo to Joe Biden and his handlers — we have real enemies in the world.

China is one of them. Please try to tone down your hatred and obsession with Americans not in line with your progressive policies in this country, and make sure you realize that China has us in its crosshairs.

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Wednesday, Microsoft sounded the alarm on a potential cyber attack from China, and one expert said this means China is preparing for conflict with us. For one thing, he believes they are looking to attack our infrastructure. 

Here’s what Jonathan D.T. Ward of Atlas Organization told Fox Business.

“As much as we’re looking for talks and thaws and guardrails, their offensive strategy of exploiting capabilities, in the meantime, [is] prepping the battlefield. That should tell us everything.”

Microsoft was very specific in their warning, saying Volt Typhoon is behind this Chinese state-sponsored attack. Right now, they are focusing on espionage and information gathering. 

Ward offered more details about what these Chinese government-supported groups are up to. 

“These Chinese hackers have gone after communications, manufacturing, utilities, transportation, construction, maritime government, information technology and education sector. To see the scale of this in terms of the different sectors, I think is an important revelation. And it’s great to see Microsoft openly doing this, keeping in mind that they have major [research and development] centers in China … and China has always known and always conceptualized that they have American companies as one of our critical weaknesses.”

The U.S. Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Agency has its eye on Volt Typhoon.  They are alerting organizations to tighten up cybersecurity asap. 

As for China’s end game in this, Ward says they want to restructure the global economy with them in the middle of it. 

“Their companies are starting to really excel sector by sector. We now have more Chinese companies on the Fortune Global 500 than U.S. companies.”

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