Sen. Rick Scott Slams Biden

( – Republican US Senator Rick Scott of Florida attacked President Joe Biden for appeasing Communist China and refusing to stand up to it and Putin’s Russia.

On “The Cats Roundtable” on WABC Radio 77 FM-N.Y., Scott insisted that the United States terminate its business dealings with Russia and China.

The US senator also mentioned that Biden might even be “compromised” by his contacts with foreign powers.

“We’ve got to stop pacifying,” Scott declared on the talk show on Sunday, as cited by Newsmax.

“All that Biden does is pacify China. I don’t know why he does this. I don’t know if he’s compromised,” he said.

“I don’t know what it is, but this is a guy who won’t stand up to dictators around the world,” the GOP US senator added.

He told host John Catsimatidis that Russia and China were no longer competitors on the global stage, but “they’re our enemies,”

“We’ve got to stop buying anything, anything, anything made in Communist China or made in Russia,” the Republican stated.

“No American business should do any business, any business in Communist China or Russia. None,” he insisted.

Scott’s comments on The Cats Roundtable came after he had made posts on Twitter to that end earlier last week.

“Communist China has chosen to be our enemy,” the Florida US senator tweeted Thursday.

“The CCP wants to destroy our way of life, and @JoeBiden shows nothing but weak appeasement,” he added, referring to the Chinese Communist Party.

“The American people deserve a leader in Washington who stands up to evil regimes and puts America first,” Scott wrote.

On Friday, the Florida Republican went after the Biden administration for its relations with Communist Cuba.

“@JoeBiden is shamelessly rolling out the red carpet for Communist Cuba with no concern for the repercussions his appeasement policies have,” Scott tweeted.

“Inviting members of this evil regime into our @USCG facilities is a national security threat, and he should IMMEDIATELY cancel the visit,” he declared.

The report notes that while GOP US Sen. Rick Scott’s calls to decouple the US economy from trade with Communist China aren’t new, they are now occurring against the backdrop of China’s warm relations with Putin’s Russia amid the latter’s ongoing war in Ukraine.

The Biden administration has recently warned that the People’s Republic of China was seriously considering starting to supply Russia with military aid to its attack on Ukraine.

The Chinese Communist regime has reacted by accusing the United States that it was profiting from the war in Ukraine. China’s government has also made public a general plan of 12 points, largely pro-Russian, on how to end the war.