The upcoming election in Taiwan has become a focal point of international concern, with voters facing a critical choice between freedom and potential enslavement by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). As Saturday approaches, there is a growing anticipation that Taiwanese voters will express their desire for autonomy and democratic values.
However, this optimism is met with a stark warning from Frank Gaffney, Founder of the Center for Security Policy and renowned author of the best-selling book, “The Indictment: Prosecuting the Chinese Communist Party & Friends for Crimes against America, China, and the World.” In an exclusive interview, Gaffney provides insights into the precarious situation unfolding in Taiwan and its potential implications for global stability.
Gaffney says that China’s dictator, President Xi Jinping, harbors alternative plans that extend far beyond Taiwan’s borders. Describing Xi’s ambitions as an “incalculable danger,” Gaffney highlights the determination to prevent the United States, particularly under the Biden administration, from intervening and thwarting these plans.
Of particular concern is the alleged infiltration of a significant number of Chinese military personnel across the southern border, a situation that Gaffney attributes to the perceived dismantling of border security measures by President Biden. This infiltration, Gaffney suggests, could provide the means for Xi Jinping to execute actions that might have severe consequences, possibly even impacting the United States.
Stay informed by listening to the full interview here, as it delves into the intricacies of the Taiwan situation and the broader geopolitical implications.