Red China Complains About What?!

(Patriot.Buzz) – Although the communist country is positioning itself as a major threat to America from all angles, a high-ranking official from China demanded the United States stop what he describes as the “harassing” of Chinese students at American airports.

China’s Minister of Public Security Wang Xiaohong pushed Biden’s administration to remove visa sanctions that penalize China for its unwillingness to accept deportees. He exposed the communist country’s complaints in a discussion with U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

While the meeting initially focused on collaborative efforts to reduce the flood of fentanyl-producing chemicals from China through Mexico and into the U.S., Xiaohong filed a formal protest objection against the border inspections.

The minister complained that Chinese students faced hours of detention and subsequent deportation especially at Washington Dulles International Airport even though the students replied satisfactorily to the officials’ questions.

Likewise, the Minister referred to these inspections as something extremely politically driven. Wang also expressed his dissatisfaction to Mayorkas when he remarked that the U.S. classifies China as a significant source of drugs.

In turn, the Biden administration clarified that this classification is a legal requirement and is not intended as an insult.

In a meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, Biden announced that China allegedly committed to intensify its efforts to control shipments of chemicals to Mexico that drug cartels use to produce and then smuggle fentanyl into the U.S.

Although the meeting was not primarily about immigration, it was a topic discussed especially when Biden officials labeled China as an “unwilling” country for not cooperating with deportation efforts.

This issue particularly presses the U.S. because a significant number of Chinese migrants has been crossing the border illegally.

According to Customs and Border Protection nearly 53,000 unauthorized Chinese migrants entered the country last year, however the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement only deported 288 individuals.