威廉·麦格恩: Eric Swalwell and Hunter Biden are only the tip of the Chinese influence iceberg

威廉·麦格恩: Eric Swalwell and Hunter Biden are only the tip of the Chinese influence iceberg

What do Eric Swalwell and 猎人拜登 have in common?

Both are highly connected, 先生. Swalwell as a member of the House Intelligence Committee and 先生. 拜登 as the son of the incoming president. Both have made news for their dealings with China, 先生. Swalwell for his relationship with a Chinese spy named Christine Fang, 和先生. Biden for business deals made with enterprises connected to the Chinese Communist Party. Both also benefit from a U.S. press corps uninterested in getting to the bottom of their stories.

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When the New York Post published emails in October raising doubts about Joe Biden’s claims he’d never discussed his son’s business dealings, many dismissed the story as “俄语虚假信息”—and some suppressed it. As for Mr. Swalwell’s China connection, 的 纽约时报 still refuses even to mention it.

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But it isn’t just the 拜登 and Swalwell stories the press is missing. Their cases are only a microcosm of what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo complains is an all-out Chinese Communist Party effortto make Americans receptive to Beijing’s form of authoritarianism.China does this on multiple fronts, often masquerading under the banner offriendshipassociations. But the agenda is always the same: to use whatever tools it has to mute opposition to China.

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