Regarding whatever it was that occurred on November 3 there is an "enormous elephant in the room." That idiom, according the The Free Dictionary, has these similar meanings.
- An obvious truth or fact, especially one regarded as embarrassing or undesirable, that is being
intentionally ignored or left unaddressed.
- A serious problem that everyone is aware of but which they ignore and choose not to mention.
- A matter or problem that is obvious or of great importance but that is not discussed openly.
Before the election, we know that the current occupant of the White House was cashing in on Chinese munificence. Tony Bobulinski, former business partner of Hunter Biden, has said: “The Biden family aggressively leveraged the Biden family name to make millions of dollars from foreign entities even though some were from communist controlled China.”
We also know that China actively tried to influence the election outcome. "The Dominion [ballot] software was accessed by agents acting on behalf of China and Iran in order to monitor and manipulate elections, including the most recent US general election in 2020," the US Military Intelligence report said.
China bought and helped elect Joe Biden. It was a good investment.
Senator Ted Cruz says that China “poses the single greatest geopolitical threat to the United States over the next century." Moreover, “One of the really disturbing patterns we’ve seen with Biden nominee after Biden nominee is their rush to embrace the worst elements of the Chinese Communist Party."
Bowen Xiao, a New York-based reporter for The Epoch Times, notes these interesting activities:
- On his first day full day on the job, Secretary of State Antony Blinken—who has a decades-old relationship with Biden—told reporters the U.S.-China relationship was “arguably the most important relationship that we have in the world.” Blinken said he favored cooperation with China on climate change and other issues of shared concern.
- Governor Gina Raimondo, Biden’s nominee to be Secretary of the Department of Commerce, has refused to commit to keeping Huawei Technologies on the Commerce Department’s Entity List, which would stop it from acquiring American technology.
- Linda Thomas-Greenfield, Biden’s nominee for Ambassador to the United Nations, said in 2019: “The U.S. should be focused on building a strong partnership with Africa which is based on shared values of peace, prosperity, sustained economic growth and development, and a firm commitment to good governance, gender equity, and the rule of law. I see no reason why China cannot share in those values. In fact, China is in a unique position to spread these ideals given its strong footprint on the continent.”
- President Biden signed an executive order that condemned the use of the phrase "China virus."
- President Biden's administration is reportedly "reviewing" the Trump administration's designation of Chinese abuse of the Uighurs as genocide.
- Biden nominated an open supporter of the Chinese Communist Party, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, to be labor secretary. Walsh flew the Chinese Communist flag at Boston city hall last September in a gesture of support to the regime in Beijing.