(Minghui.org) The result of the U.S. election is still up in the air. In China, although the Chinese Communist Party has been trying to divert the attention of the public from the election, it still remains a hot topic among Chinese netizens.

On November 5, four topics on the “U.S. election” had 6.41 billion clicks and made to the top ten hot searches on Weibo, a social media platform in China, with 1.414 million comments. Among the four topics, the one about Trump’s legal team filing lawsuits in three key swing states became the most searched topic and had 8 millions comments.

The Final Battle Between Good and Evil

Prior to the election, the Chinese website NetEase posted an article, titled “The 2020 U.S. election: Not the Power Struggle of Imperial-harem, But a Clash of Value Systems and Final Battle Between Good and Evil.”

The article had sharp criticism of the prevalent “fake news” by the mainstream media in the U.S. and their left-leaning policies, such as legalizing the use of marijuana, unisex toilet, homosexuality, and abortion.

The article also said, “The laptop scandal concerning the son of the Democratic Party’s candidate is one of the largest corruption cases in the history of the U.S. It revealed criminal sex activities, drug abuse, and corruption of several higher-ups in the U.S. government. The democratic candidate wasn’t the only loser in the scandal, but also the traditional mainstream media, almost none of which reported the scandal with the most basic fairness.”

The article praised President Trump for holding the traditional values of the U.S. It said, “They promote traditional marriage, family and basic ethics. They promote hard-working and self-sustainability without relying on welfare benefits. They distinguish right and wrong and do not believe that there is any gray area between the two. If people violate the law, they violate the law.”

In the end, the article said that the 2020 U.S. election is “no longer the absurd imperial-harem struggle plays, but a holy battle between different values, a contest between good and evil, a watershed of the country’s future, and even more so the future of the world!”

More than 5,000 netizens clicked “Like” to the article. Although it was soon deleted from the website, some people continued to spread it on social media.

In addition to the Chinese netizens who openly supported Trump, some of the offspring of prominent and influential senior Chinese Communist Party officials have also expressed their support for Trump on their social media accounts.

CCP's Hope to Have A U.S. President Representing China's Interest, not America's

During a press conference on November 5, 2020, Le Yucheng, the Vice Foreign Minister of China, said, “We hope that the next U.S. government will meet China halfway.”

It is the Chinese Communist Party’s wish that the newly elected U.S. president will represent China's own interest, rather than the interest of the U.S.

According to a 2018 Hoover Report titled “China's Influence and American Interests: Promoting Constructive Vigilance,” it’s said that “China’s influence activities have moved beyond their traditional United Front focus on diaspora communities to target a far broader range of sectors in Western societies, ranging from think tanks, universities, and media to state, local, and national government institutions.”

In other words, the Chinese Communist Party never stops to exploit gaps of the above institutions and politicians to advance its own agenda at the cost of the national interest of America. 

Voter Fraud

Joseph Stalin once said, “I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how, but what is extraordinarily important is this – who will count the votes, and how.”

As the states began to count the ballots on the night of November 3, extensive voter fraud has been reported in many swing states across the U.S.

According to a study by Judicial Watch, a Washington D.C.-based nonprofit organization, 353 U.S. counties in 29 states exceeded 100% registration of eligible voters, for a total of 1.8 million.

In Detroit, Michigan, one poll watcher told New Tang Dynasty TV that in the station she worked at on the election night between 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., they verified a total of 7,000 ballots. Then by 6 a.m., the verified ballots in the station suddenly increased by 130,000.

In Pennsylvania, several post office workers said their supervisor ordered them to backdate mail-in ballots that came in later than November 3, according to interviews by Project Veritas.

In addition, it was also found some votes were cast by “dead people” and there were instances of software glitch that switched Trump votes to his opponent.

With strong concern of the voter fraud, many Trump supporters are holding rallies across the U.S., calling for a fair election. Meanwhile, the Trump campaign has also filed lawsuits in several states over alleged illegal votes.

The Ultimate Return to the Divine

In the section “Socialism: The Preliminary Stage of Communism” in the introduction of the book How the Specter of Communism Is Ruling Our World, it stated, “Especially in terms of moral values, the socialism of the West uses pretexts like ‘anti-discrimination,’ ‘value-neutrality,’ or ‘political correctness’ to attack basic moral discernment. This is equivalent to an attempt to eliminate morality as such. This has come along with the legalization and normalization of all manner of anti-theist and profane speech, sexual perversions, demonic art, pornography, gambling, and drug use. The result is a kind of reverse discrimination against those who believe in God and aspire to moral elevation, with the goal of marginalizing and eventually getting rid of them.”

It also said that, “Human civilization was transmitted to man by the divine. Chinese civilization has seen the prosperity of the Han and Tang dynasties, and Western civilization reached its peak during the Renaissance. If human beings can maintain the civilization given to them by the divine, then man will be able to maintain his divine connections and understand the Law taught when divinity returns to the human realm. If humans destroy their culture and tradition, and if the morality of society collapses, then they will fail to understand the divine teachings because their karma and sins will be too great and their thinking will have departed too far from the instructions of the divine. This is dangerous for mankind.”

“This is an era of both despair and hope. Those who don’t believe in the divine pass lives of sensuous pleasure. Those who believe await the return of the divine in confusion and disquiet.”

Four years ago, when Trump was elected as the U.S. president, he said “In America, we don't worship government, we worship God.” With the pledge to “Make America Great Again,” he led a tremendous growth of the U.S. economy and called for the society to return to the traditional values. More importantly, he is leading the world to stand up against the Chinese Communist Party and its totalitarianism.

The 2nd U.S. President John Adams once said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

No social system that isn’t built upon belief in the divine, or morality and traditional values, can withstand the erosion and degeneration of humankind’s morality, including democracy.

When people are blinded by communism, they often lose the ability to tell good from evil, and their hearts are possessed by the desires to more gains, fame and self-interest.

Indeed, the 2020 U.S. election isn’t a choice between two candidates, but a choice between good and evil, and also a choice of the ultimate question for humankind – a free society or communism.

Disintegration of the Chinese Communist Party

On November 2, 2020, one day before the U.S. election, the National Security Council published a new book, titled President Trump on China: Putting America First. Included in the book are important speeches by President Trump and his cabinets on the challenges posed by the Chinese Communist Party to the U.S. and how the U.S. should respond to it.

Some netizens think that the book signals a stronger stance against the Chinese Communist Party and President Trump’s more vigorous defense of the U.S. national interest. They also point out that the book indicated the U.S. is making a clear distinction between the Chinese people and the Chinese Communist Party, and that the strong stance against the Chinese Communist Party is also to help seek justice for the Chinese people who have been suffering at the hands of the communist regime.

One netizen wrote, “Since the dawn of time, justice has never been absent even though it might arrive late. It seems now that Trump’s re-election is still undecided, but that’s not the cliff’s end. If the election has been smooth without any obstacles, we won’t be able to see the real value of justice. If the evil doesn’t jump out to do evil, the battle between good and evil can’t shock everyone’s conscience. It’s not that the divine is backing off, but He is rather making choices. The salvation and joy after the final call will be written into the permanent witness of the history.

“Our hearts are beating so fast. It’s not because we can’t see the light in front of us, but we are excited that the moment for the evil to be eliminated is within touch.”

No one can redeem the Chinese Communist Party’s fate to be disintegrated and communism will be no more.