China congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris on their 2020 election win even though the results are not yet final.

The Hill:

China on Friday congratulated President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris for winning the U.S. presidential election, nearly a week after they were projected to win the race for the White House against President Trump.

“We respect the choice of the American people,” foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said, The Associated Press reported. “We congratulate Mr. Biden and Ms. Harris.” 

“At the same time, we understand that the outcome of this U.S. election will be ascertained in accordance with U.S. laws and procedures,” he added.

China would love if Joe Biden ends up successfully stealing this election. They know with Biden in office they will own the United States again.

We also have the fact that Biden’s dealings in China raise huge concerns over whether or not he is a Chinese agent.

Senator Grassley raised questions about Biden’s Brother James Biden and Hunter Biden:

Grassley.gov: 

Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is calling on the Justice Department to evaluate whether Hunter and James Biden should have registered as foreign agents for their business arrangements with the Chinese government-back energy company CEFC. The company was actively seeking to build influence in the United States when it partnered with the Bidens.
The Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) is a content-neutral law that promotes transparency by requiring individuals to register with the Justice Department if they are acting as an agent of a foreign government or enterprise to influence U.S. policy or public opinion. In a letter to Attorney General William Barr, Grassley is seeking details on what steps, if any, the Justice Department has taken to determine whether the Bidens complied with FARA.
“When the available evidence is taken as a whole, it is clear that CEFC intended to make inroads in the United States for the purpose of expanding its business and used Hunter Biden and his business associates to help effectuate that intent. In pursuit of its goals, it appears that CEFC may have taken action to influence U.S. policy and public opinion in its favor and gain access to several U.S. politicians in an attempt to curry favor for potential business transactions,” Grassley wrote. 
Grassley has long raised concerns about the Justice Department’s sparse and selective FARA enforcement, which is designed to aid policymakers in understanding the origins and beneficiaries of foreign influence campaigns. As then-Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Grassley raised concerns about lax FARA enforcement in 2015 regarding lobbying work by former Clinton administration officials for a Georgian political party, and again in 2016 regarding a Russian effort to overturn U.S. sanctions. Grassley also raised concerns about work for Ukrainians by Paul Manafort and the Podesta Group. Grassley held a hearing on the issue where Paul Manafort was subpoenaed to testify. Manafort was later indicted for FARA violations. Grassley also raised FARA concerns related to influence by Confucius Institutes on college campuses and reporting in the United States by foreign state-owned media outlets. In 2019, Grassley introduced the bipartisan Foreign Agents Disclosure and Registration Enhancement Act to strengthen FARA compliance and enforcement.

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