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China Orders Biden to Stay ‘Cool-Headed’ Over Spy Balloon

Is Beijing barking orders at our Commander in Chief?

As we move ever-nearer to Joe Biden’s potential 2024 reelection campaign announcement, the White House will need to do everything in their power to convince Americans that the President isn’t somehow in China’s pocket.

Rumors have long swirled about the Biden family’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party, and the insinuation that both Joe and Hunter have deep ties to the regime in Beijing have tainted their standing within the national narrative.

Now, as a Chinese spy balloon continues to monitor ICBM fields in Montana, unmolested by the US military for some reason, China is ordering President Biden to keep his calm.

Beijing urged Washington to remain “cool-headed” Friday, as it investigates reports that a suspected Chinese-operated spy balloon has been hovering over sensitive U.S. airspace.

Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mao Ning said at a press briefing that authorities were still learning about the matter, adding that politicians and the public should withhold judgment “before we have a clear understanding of the facts.”

“We have noticed relevant reports and are learning about this matter. What I want to emphasize is that speculation and conjecture are not conducive to a proper settlement of the matter before the matter is clarified,” Mao said, via an NBC translation.

“China is a responsible country, and we act in accordance with international law. We have no intention to violate other countries’ sovereignty and airspace,” Mao said, according to a Sky News translation.

“As I said, we are gathering and verifying the facts. We hope relevant parties would handle the matter in a cool-headed way,” she added.

So far, the warnings have worked, with the Commander in Chief opting not to interfere with the device’s mission.

After the sighting, Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin convened a meeting of senior military and defense leaders and other combatant commanders to review the threat profile of the stratospheric balloon and brief President Joe Biden on possible responses.

Such options included shooting down the balloon. That action was ultimately dismissed because of the potential risk to safety and security of people on the ground from the possible debris field.

American social media users were already beginning to grow angry that Biden’s team was allowing the balloon to gather data, and this latest revelation about China’s instructions won’t likely sit well among the general population.

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