China’s nuclear buildup triggers surge in tensions with U.S.

Meanwhile, his federal election takeover, his massive go-into-more-debt with unfunded spending, and his green and social agendas largely have stalled.

Into this chaos, the Journal reports, “China has accelerated an expansion of its nuclear arsenal because of a change in its assessment of the threat posed by the U.S., people with knowledge of the Chinese leadership’s thinking say, shedding new light on a buildup that is raising tension between the two countries.”

The report found, “Chinese leaders see a stronger nuclear arsenal as a way to deter the U.S. from getting directly involved in a potential conflict over Taiwan.”

That likely stems from Biden's waffling on whether to help Ukraine defend itself, or not. And if so, how.

“Among recent developments, work has accelerated this year on more than 100 suspected missile silos in China’s remote western region that could be used to house nuclear-tipped missiles capable of reaching the U.S., according to analysts that study satellite images of the area,” the report explained.