Biden Will Not Sanction Chinese Hackers

After a Chinese cyberattack affected at least one million American Microsoft users, the illegitimate president decided to let by-gones be by-gones. Sorry about your personal information, America, but hey, what are ya gonna do?

The Biden administration blamed China on Monday for a cyberattack that compromised more than a million Microsoft customers, but stopped short of sanctioning Beijing for contracting with hackers.

The United Kingdom, European Union, and NATO joined the United States in condemning China for facilitating the March attack on Microsoft Exchange email servers. But President Joe Biden and State Department spokesman Ned Price dismissed the need for retaliation, causing some lawmakers to question the Biden administration’s ability to combat hostile foreign actors.

Now that doesn’t seem right, especially since the illegitimate president is a straight shooter whose first and only concern is the well-being of the American people.

The Biden administration has come under fire for its inconsistent response to foreign cyberattacks. The White House sanctioned Russia in April following Kremlin-directed hacks on critical U.S. infrastructure. But Biden came under fire in June for giving Russian president Vladimir Putin a list of targets that should remain “off-limits” to cyberattacks.

Look, sure the illegitimate president is bought and paid for by the ChiComs, but hey, at least we don’t have to suffer through mean tweets.