China owns 380,000 acres of land in the United States – and continues to buy up land in our country by military land and infrastructure. But that’s okay.

Chinese-linked companies are also taking advantage of the Democrats’ Green Energy dreams and are trying to set up shop with battery factories and other megasites across the United States, Local, state and federal politicians are not only letting them do it, they’re encouraging them to do it and making deals with the Chinese.

The China-linked companies like Gotion create allies with states and townships and economic development corporations and have them sign non-disclosure agreements. That buys them time so that community members don’t learn about their their plans until it’s too late to stop them – and all on the taxpayers dimes and quarters and hundred dollar bills. It’s all good because it’s part of the Democrat Party’s strategy to get rid of fossil fuel.

And what about all of the products that we buy at Walmart and the “Dollar” stores? Those cheap products with their “Made in China” tags are everywhere. China-made products have infiltrated our country, even more so during the Biden presidency when no one can afford anything.

The only time that a controversy over China-made products really came to the forefront was when they came at a cost to the pets across the country who were getting sick and dying in 2007 during the pet food recalls.

But even that didn’t stop the amount of China-made products available in our country. According to the Street Insider, China is also involved in many American companies as an investor or owner, including the following…

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General Electric – Appliances Division: Although they reportedly have a “Made in America” stamp on their products, the appliance wing of the company has been owned by Chinese company Haier since 2016.

Cleveland Cavaliers – In 2019, the team signed a deal with Chinese businessman, Jianhua Huang, who has also made deal with the the New York Yankees and other teams.

General Motors – America’s largest automobile manufacturer? Maybe. But they rely on their partnership with Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC) to keep the dollars coming in. They formed a partnership in 1998 and SAIC sells companies under the GM name.

Tesla – Yes, Elon Musk is the majority shareholder with 21.7% of the company but there are other shareholders including Chinese company Tencent Holdings Ltd., the world’s largest video game company and one of the largest social media companies.

21st Century Fox – Part of the American dream with Marilyn Monroe and others on the big screen, this company is no longer 100% American. Beijing’s Bona Film bought 19% of the company in 2014.

Hilton Hotels – In 2016, HNA group, a China aviation and shipping titan, bought a 25% stake in the company.

Snapchat – Yes, it’s not just TikTok that is owned by the Chinese, it’s also Snapchat. In 2017, Tencent Holdings Ltd. bought a 10% share of the company.

Lyft – The company formed a partnership with Chinese company Didi Kuaidi in 2015 to compete against Uber.

Uber – Yes, Uber too. Chinese firm Baidu Inc. made an investment of over $600 million with the company in 2014.

Airbnb – In 2017, the company got a $100 million investment from China Investment Corp., giving them a 10% stake in the company.

Reddit – The social media platform (where many go to get information not found anywhere else) was created by three guys in the U.S. But greedy like most, they pursued and were able to get a $150 million investment from Chinese company Tencent in 2019.

Chicken of the Sea – Or is it chicken of the China seas? Thai Union Group (partly owned by Shanghai Kaichuang Marine International) is a significant shareholder in the company.

Alliance HealthCare Services Inc. – Yes, even health care is not off-limits to foreign ownership. An alliance with Fujian Thai Hot Investment in 2016 led to the Chinese company purchasing a 51% stake in the company.

LendingClub Corp – The peer-to-peer lending company is partly a China lending company with Shanda Group owning 12% of the company after getting a deal in 2016 when their stock prices were plummeting.

Lexmark International Inc. – The laser printer and imaging product company is headquartered in Kentucky but it’s actually owned by several Chinese companies.