Brad Johnson on China’s aggressions towards Taiwan

Brad Johnson

China continues its press to take over Taiwan by flying over the Taiwan Straits and the country itself. The CCP also declared it will shoot at any ships crossing its waters. Will Biden and the Democrats offer more substantial help to this free country or are they too invested in the CCP?

Brad Johnson retired as a Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station with the Central Intelligence Agency’s Directorate of Operations. Having served domestically and abroad, many assignments included areas of armed conflict. He served overseas in direct support of the War Against Terrorism and he took multiple assignments overseas as Chief of Station.

A certified senior expert in counterintelligence, surveillance and surveillance detection, his proven expertise in dangerous operational environments included the highest level of training available in the USG and globally. His tradecraft expertise was honed in dangerous, difficult, and restrictive operational environments.

Brad is an enrolled member of The Cherokee Nation, a Federally Recognized Tribe.

In the summer of 2017, he founded the non-profit organization Americans for Intelligence Reform to create awareness of political corruption and the resulting diminished capabilities within the intelligence community. Serving as President, he brings you his unique perspective from deep, international experience and conservative, Christian values.

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1 thought on “Brad Johnson on China’s aggressions towards Taiwan

  1. Isn’t it utterly bizarre that the outgoing administration considered that they, i.e. the country, the United States of America, were “at war” with China, and now the new administration seems to have changed this status with neither a fight nor a peace agreement and not even with a debate. Meanwhile the US military/navy is present to defend Taiwan.

    This new administration doesn’t make any sense. It is a situation that cannot possibly be upheld for very long since it is also untenable diplomatically.

    Meanwhile Americans begin to suffer the consequences of the election result, and they continue to fight for election integrity. They fight and offer up their free time while they were doing the right thing all along. Those who experience an injustice, as it were, not only suffer from what was done to them; they also have to bear the brunt of taking their case/s to the courts and fight for justice… all the sweat and tears, hopes and fears! The constitutional path to justice shouldn’t be so hard IMO.

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