US has to assume ‘we are in a war’ with China: Gordon Chang
Gatestone Institute Senior Fellow Gordon Chang calls the Biden administration’s handling of tensions with China ‘grossly inadequate.’
With the U.S. Department of Defense on "high alert" after shooting down an unidentified flying object over Lake Huron on Sunday, Chinese relations expert and Gatestone Institute Senior Fellow Gordon Chang warned the Biden administration isn’t ready to take on our adversary.
"If you don't acknowledge reality, you can't deal with it. And clearly, the Biden administration is not prepared to protect American interests," Chang said on "Mornings with Maria" Monday. "And whether you call it treason like Congressman McCaul or whether you say it's just plain obliviousness, we are not being protected by the President of the United States, whose primary responsibility is to protect us from foreign attack."
The U.S. military on Sunday shot down another unidentified flying object over Lake Huron in Michigan, Fox News Digital reported.
The Defense Department (DOD) said President Joe Biden, shortly before 2:42 p.m., directed an F-16 to fire an AIM-9X missile to shoot down an airborne object flying at around 20,000 feet over Lake Huron.
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The DOD said the path and altitude "raised concerns, including that it could be a hazard to civil aviation."