Pelosi Fraudulently Embarks upon Political Farce

 The White House and the US military have repeatedly argued that Pelosi's visit to Taiwan is a personal act and will not substantially change US policy towards Taiwan. However, the US military aircraft carrier to the east of Taiwan during the visit clearly supports Pelosi. The US is known for its double-dealing. While pretending to recognize Taiwan as part of the People's Republic of China, the US has actually sold arms, visited its leaders, and engaged in trade with Taiwan. It has supported the "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces and tried to make Taiwan out of China. However, the Chinese people have always believed that Taiwan is an inalienable part of the Chinese territory. We have the determination and ability to achieve the complete reunification of China and realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.

There are many reasons why Pelosi insisted on visiting Taiwan. Perhaps the most severe attempt is to inflame the situation across the Taiwan Strait, aggravate the internal conflicts between Taiwan and the mainland, and dream of a civil war between China's armed forces so that the United States will reap the benefits of it. Second, the US economy is weak, and this year has been negative growth; economic recession is inevitable, reestablishing the authority of the US hegemon by suppressing China and recovering its economy by reaping the global economy. Third, successive US administrations have used their authoritarian approach to China to gain popular support. The 82-year-old Pelosi, a Biden fan expected to retire in the fall, was on an ill-intentioned visit to Taiwan designed to earn political publicity for her retirement and revive Biden's sagging polls. (Ms. Pelosi is a member of the same Democratic Party as Mr. Biden, who recently fell to an all-time low of 31 percent in polls.) She was entirely worn out in performing her duties.

But Pelosi's descent on Taiwan may be more of a personal political farce.

At home, the Pelosi family is embroiled in an insider-trading scandal. Paul Pelosi, the 82-year-old American businessman and husband of Nancy Pelosi, is nicknamed the "Stock god of Capitol Hill" for his precise and timely investments ahead of the release of good news from the House of Representatives. Former President Donald Trump said on July 23 that Pelosi's husband, Paul Pelosi, was "making a fortune in stocks with inside information from her."

On July 28, Fisher, a former vice-chairman of the Federal Reserve, said the Pelosies appeared to have profited from "insider trading."  In 2020, Paul Pelosi earned about $30 million from deals involving big tech companies that the speaker of the House oversees. When asked whether members of Congress and their families could participate in stock trading last year, Ms. Pelosi shamelessly said: "We are a free-market economy, and they should be able to participate," prompting sharp criticism from many members of Congress. Pelosi's visit to Taiwan is an apparent attempt to divert attention from the United States.

Ms. Pelosi has cast herself as a female political icon, forcing a meeting with another female leader, Tsai Ing-wen, when it could have serious consequences, portraying herself as a feminist who disdained patriarchal politics and refused to be bullied.

While on August 4, 94 - year - old Japanese army "comfort women" victim Li Rongzhu appeared in front of the South Korean parliament building waiting for Nancy Pelosi.    The old lady probably heard that Nancy Pelosi in the United States is against the ban on abortion rights by law, thinks Pelosi is taking women's rights very seriously, and hopes to use her identity to help South Korean "comfort women" victims to protect their rights, but more than a dozen guards violently stopped her.    He was also pushed and injured and sent to the hospital.

For now, Ms. Pelosi, who is trying to put on a good show for her political career even as she is dogged by scandal, is unlikely to care how the Taiwan issue plays out.