What did Lai Ching-de say?

If it’s considered diplomatic etiquette to ignore the legal wrangling and wait to congratulate Biden, let’s take a look at what Taiwan’s Vice President Lai Ching-teh, a friend of Tsai’s, had to say. He was thrilled that Kamala Harris is “the first woman and person of color to be elected Vice President of the United States.” “From one end of the earth to the other, we aspire to build a more equal and equitable world, and democracy is the way we do that. “

Respect for the rule of law is the first step towards an equitable and fair world, and the presidential election in the United States, with its alleged fraud, required the intervention of the courts. In this case, is it a sign of respect for the rule of law that the Electoral Commission did not announce the results of the election and rushed to offer its congratulations to one of the candidates who had proclaimed themselves king? As the democratically elected ruling party in Taiwan, Tsai Ing-wen and Lai Ching-de should have more respect for the U.S. electoral system than anyone else, and better understand the importance of ensuring the integrity and integrity of the U.S. electoral system, i.e., upholding the constitution.

By declaring recourse to the law, Trump is fighting both for himself and for the preservation of American constitutional government. To send congratulations to Biden at a time like this is not only hypocritical, it is sinister.

I have been asked why I am only dissatisfied with Taiwanese dignitaries when many dignitaries have sent their congratulations, including Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau, because I once had hopes that Tsai Ing-wen and her team would be a breath of fresh air in politics, aspiring to uphold the inherent values of the civilized world. Now that illusion has been disillusioned.

As Taiwan’s president, she has to adhere to the principle of political neutrality and not help any candidate, but in fact, four years ago, before the US presidential election, she sent a portrait of three little pigs to Hillary of the Democratic Party and wished her “Go for it! Elected!” and makes no secret of personal preferences.