I guess the Chinese spy balloon incident didn’t give the Chinese Communist Party a good enough peek at U.S. military installations, because the Biden administration decided to offer China and Russia a VIP tour of the National Nuclear Security Administration site in Nevada—a site critical to U.S. national security.
And now, GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) is leading a coalition of 18 House Republicans demanding answers as to why Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm offered foreign adversaries access to a sensitive U.S. nuclear testing site.
“The Biden Administration’s willingness to allow our strategic rivals this unprecedented access to our sensitive nuclear testing will only embolden their efforts to increase their offensive capabilities,” reads a letter the 18 Republicans sent to Granholm dated November 9. “Once again, the Biden Administration is rewarding our adversaries with access to our sensitive nuclear technology while not demanding anything in return. Giving our adversaries unfettered access to our nuclear testing will only work to undermine our interests and worsen the international destabilization we are facing because of the Biden Administration’s weakness on the world stage.”
The PRC is working tirelessly to expand its nuclear capabilities. Earlier this year,