The funny thing about 2020 is that Joe Biden has not even been confirmed by the Federal Election Commission as the new President of the United States, but has already been impatiently labeled the “President-Elect” by the mainstream media and major technology companies.
Monday’s announcement of Biden’s so-called “cabinet” picks has focused the public’s attention on several critical positions on the list, including Athony Blinken for Secretary of State and Michèle Flournoy for Secretary of Defense. Both are co-founders of a consulting firm called WestExec Advisors (WestExec). And Avril Haines, one of the former principals of WestExec, may be assigned the position of Director of National Intelligence.
From the Secretary of State to the Secretary of Defense to the Director of National Intelligence, these are the most critical positions in managing U.S. foreign relations. Given the level of corruption and collusion between the Biden family and the Chinese Communist Party, there is no doubt that these individuals are complicit in the further betrayal of U.S. interests and harm to the Chinese people. So what kind of company is WestExec? Why is Biden’s diplomatic team all from this company?
WestExec’s website includes a map depicting West Executive Avenue. An internal road between the West Wing of the White House and the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, from which WestExec derives its name and a hint that the consulting firm can create a pathway to the White House for its clients. The company’s website states, ” It is, quite literally, the road to the Situation Room, and it is the road everyone associated with WestExec Advisors has crossed many times en route to meetings of the highest national security consequence.”
It is clear that WestExec is a lobbying and public relations firm that uses its political influence in Washington DC and the White House for its benefit. Yet, it is not registered under U.S. law as a foreign agent. At present, little is known about WestExec’s clients.
WestExec was founded in 2017, the first year of the transition from the Obama administration to the Trump administration. Perhaps Hillary’s unexpected loss in the 2016 presidential election completely disrupted the Biden corruption group’s original plans. And the prepared team for “President Hillary” had to be disbanded on the spot, so many people were put into the newly formed WestExec to prepare for the presidential election battle four years later.
In addition to the critical positions mentioned above, five other WestExec employees have now joined the Biden team. They help Biden coordinate with the Pentagon, Treasury, the Council of Economic Advisors, and other agencies. And they are all retired military officers from the former Obama administration.
Two other WestExec principals briefed Biden last week on some national security issues. One of them is Bob Work, who served as deputy secretary of defense in the Obama administration. The other is David Cohen, former deputy director of the CIA and the U.S. Treasury Department.
And Jen Psaki, President Obama’s former White House communications director, also worked for WestExec and is now on the Biden campaign team. Two other former WestExec employees, Lisa Monaco and Julianne Smith are also about to become part of the so-called “Biden administration.
From the above staffing activities and arrangements, it can be concluded that WestExec, founded in 2017, is a “talent pool” for Biden’s return to the presidency four years later. This can also be seen in a clause in the rental of an office. The clause states that it can cancel the lease “if a member of the company is recalled to public service.” The scene is trying to play out before us, though it is destined to fail.
Moreover, WestExec is not shame about their relationship with the Chinese Communist Party hierarchy. The “Market Entry and Expansion Support” section of the company’s website states that they advised a leading Ameican pharmaceutical company and a multi-billion dollar technology company on their entry into the China market.
How WestExec did it: In order to develop a strategy for expanding market access in China, WestExec analyzed the trajectory of the U.S.-China economic relationship and Chinese domestic and global healthcare priorities to inform a comprehensive strategy that aligned the firm’s comparative advantages with Chinese objectives. The strategy identified U.S. and Chinese stakeholders to engage. For market reentry in Asia, WestExec designed an engagement plan, facilitated outreach with key high-level stakeholders on the ground, provided analysis on cultural and political considerations, and supported a targeted communications strategy.
WestExec’s relationship with the Chinese Communist Party’s top official has become a selling point for WestExec. By so obviously flaunting their ties with “key high-level stakeholders” of the Chinese Communist Party, it is clear that WestExec has deeply conspired with the “key high-level stakeholders” of the Chinese Communist Party. And the price of collaboration is nothing more than selling out the national interest of the United States.
The company’s personnel on the so-called “New Biden Administration” appointment list indicates that the man behind the company is, in fact, Joe Biden, an agent of the Chinese Communist Party.
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