Tell me if this is a coincidence. Hunter Biden made millions from business deals with China and if his laptop and former partner Tony Bobulinski are correct, so did The Big Guy, Joe Biden. And in the less than 2 years in office, Biden seems to lean on doing favors for China every chance he gets, including sending them two full tankers of oil from our Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Is this just more of the same from Quid Pro Quo Joe?
Now, we find out that Biden’s head of the CIA, William Burns, in a previous professional life hired Chinese spies when he headed a DC think tank.
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has employed over a dozen experts who’ve worked for front groups controlled by Chinese spy agencies, the Daily Caller News Foundation determined after reviewing author Alex Joske’s new book “Spies and Lies.”
- Carnegie employed the majority of the experts in question while current CIA Director William Burns served as the think tank’s president, the DCNF found.
- “The director must explain why he allowed our top adversary to infiltrate his organization, the extent of his interactions with potential Chinese spies, and most importantly, why he lied to the American people during his confirmation hearing,” Texas Republican Rep. Lance Gooden told the DCNF.
What we also need to know is if he brought any of those spies with him to the CIA or if he is feeding them information. That would not surprise me considering Biden’s proclivity of helping out China every chance he gets.
The Carnegie Endowment for International Peace has employed over a dozen individuals who worked for several different Chinese non-profits that are either set up or co-opted by Chinese intelligence agencies. That includes the Ministry of State Security (MSS) and the intel arm of the People’s Liberation Army. Their jobs covered a diverse cross-section including international relations, American politics, and nuclear policy.
And again note that these alleged Chinese spies worked for Carnegie while Burns ran the show. And he is now in charge of the CIA, with vast amounts of intelligence the Chinese would love to have. If this doesn’t scare you, you can’t be scared or are too stupid to be scared.
The DCNF was able to identify Carnegie staff who’ve worked for Chinese spy fronts by cross-referencing publicly available employment information with a new book on Chinese Communist Party (CCP) intel and influence operations written by Alex Joske, a former analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.
The book, called “Spies and Lies,” details Chinese intelligence agents’ efforts to infiltrate and influence Western institutions. Joske reveals a front set up by China’s version of the CIA began courting Carnegie in the early 2000s — a relationship the DCNF discovered has persisted to this day.
Using tactics first deployed against George Soros’ China Fund in the late 1980s, Joske’s book details how China’s MSS set out to lure influential Western institutions with close government ties into partnerships with various Chinese nonprofits.
“[The MSS] went after people’s best intentions towards China,” Joske told the DCNF. “There were plenty of people who believed in this vision of a more democratic and more open China and thought it was something that could be realized, even under the Chinese Communist Party.”