Exposed: China’s Shadowy War on U.S.”

Author Peter Schweizer recently exposed China’s influence in the U.S.’s crisis at the southern border and increasing issues dealing with drugs.

In a conversation with conservative commentator Mark Levin, Schweizer elaborated that in 2021, a congressional commission report to the White House revealed that more than 2,000 Chinese nationals were operating south of the border in Mexico. These individuals were allegedly aiding notorious Mexican cartels in producing fentanyl to smuggle into the U.S.The congressional commission corroborated these findings in 2021. Despite the alarming report, the Biden administration chose to keep the southern border unsecured, effectively leaving it wide open.

“That, to me, is the epitome of negligence, criminal negligence, because what you’re essentially saying is we know this is a systematic effort; we know that fentanyl is coming; we know that tens of thousands of Americans are dying every year,” Schweizer told Levin, emphasizing, “and our agenda is more important than actually protecting the American people.”

Despite fentanyl being the leading cause of death for Americans under 45 years old, President Joe Biden has refrained from addressing China about their involvement in trafficking the lethal drug.

“What you seem to be suggesting here is that Joe Biden is one of the greatest facilitators of the sale and use of fentanyl in the United States of America given his policies,” Levin remarked.

“If you look at the human cost of the open border — human cost to Americans, human cost to women and children — the body count is astronomical,” Schweizer concurred with Levin’s observation.

Since President Joe Biden assumed office, the U.S. has witnessed a surge in illegal immigration, posing significant risks to Americans’ safety.

Various cities across the U.S. have suffered from the repercussions of massive illegal immigration influxes. New York City, for instance, has been grappling with a surge in foreign nationals arriving in the city since the spring of 2022.

Despite former President Donald Trump’s absence from office, Biden has blamed the former president for the crisis at the southern border, alleging that Trump hindered his efforts to address illegal immigration.

During his recent State of the Union address, Biden scarcely touched upon the illegal immigration crisis gripping America and erroneously referenced Laken Riley — the 22-year-old Georgia nursing student murdered by an illegal immigrant.