Chinese After General Electric?
Rumors are percolating that a Chinese consortium is trying to buy General Electric. Supposedly the weekend outage that cut off power across Pakistan is related. Negotiators from General Electric and China were said to be in Pakistan, possibly still negotiating, possibly preparing to sign some sort of deal.
The Trump administration, needless to say, would block such a sale, but Joe Biden perhaps might allow it, owing to the fact he has been privy to countless Chinese deals arranged through his son Hunter Biden.
General Electric is one of three major airplane engine manufacturers. The others are Pratt Whitney and Rolls Royce. But of the three, General Electric perhaps is most heavily involved in fabricating top-secret weapons equipment. Obviously, the Communist Chinese want to get their hands on this equipment, as well as these jet engines, owing to the fact Chinese jet manufacturing remains much more primitive.
Fact-checking outfits like Snopes claim this is a groundless rumor. But as we all know, the fact-checkers at Snopes aren’t genuine fact-checkers at all, but just mouthpieces for Liberal interests — essentially, paid shills.
Here, Simon Parkes — a noted British intelligence observer — discusses the fast-breaking events coming into play as President Trump’s term draws to a close. Will there be a second term? Quite possibly.
Trump has apparently signed the Insurgency Act and is preparing to arrest masses of individuals identified in more than 200,000 sealed indictments on file at U.S. district courthouses. No, none of the big-time politicians, like Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi, is likely to be arrested in the first round or two.
It’s unclear when the first round will happen or where it will be concentrated. Originally, these arrests were set to begin Tuesday or Wednesday of this week. But they could begin sooner, or be pushed back, as judged necessary.
Also, Parkes reveals that Mike Pence will not remain vice president if there is a second Trump term. At least on a temporary basis, Parkes believes the post could go to retired general Michael Flynn. He explains his thinking here.