The threat posed by a developing and powerful Chinese Communist Party has never posed a greater danger to the United States of America than it does now, as long as Joe Biden continues to serve as vice president.
While fresh revelations emerge everyday concerning the relationships and connections between the Biden family and China’s corrupt leadership, another story in the media highlights the danger of granting China unfettered access to sensitive government data, which has been exploited for political intimidation.
Under General Mao Zedong and the direction of ‘The Great Leap Forward,’ Communists developed the political approach of weaponizing shame and humiliation in order to exert control over the populace.
Denunciation rallies, also known as’struggle sessions,’ were violent public spectacles in Maoist China in which persons were accused of being “class enemies” of the Maoists and publicly humiliated, accused, assaulted, and tortured by people they knew.
The Maoists rehearsed the staging and texts in order to inspire audience support. To develop a crusading attitude in the audience in order to promote the Maoist thinking reform, they need information to defame their opponents.
Today, the CCP employs the same smear methods, and according to media sources, communists are in the United States with the assistance of the Bidens, using the Maoist playbook to get access to government secrets.
The Justice Department said Thursday that a federal grand jury indicted a current and former Department of Homeland Security agent in connection with an alleged Chinese government-sponsored plot to stalk, harass, and spy on U.S.-based Chinese opponents of Beijing.
Craig Miller, a 15-year DHS employee, and Derrick Taylor, a retired DHS agent working as a private investigator, are accused of accessing and providing information about Chinese activists from a restricted government database to two other individuals who then used the records to target the victims, according to a Wednesday indictment.
In June, Miller and Taylor were arrested. Each is charged with obstruction of justice.
Taylor is further charged with giving a false statement to the FBI during the inquiry.
The Justice Department stated that Fan “Frank” Liu, Matthew Ziburis, and Qiang “Jason” Sun carried out “the transnational repression scheme to target U.S. residents whose political views and actions are disfavored” by the Chinese government, including support for democracy in China.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
The three men face multiple criminal charges, including conspiring to commit interstate harassment and criminal use of a means of identification. In addition, Liu and Ziburis are charged with acting as agents of the Chinese government without registering with the Justice Department, while Liu and Sun are charged with conspiring to bribe a federal official.
Liu and Ziburis were arrested in March. Sun, who is a Chinese citizen and allegedly orchestrated the scheme, remains at large.
“We will defend the rights of people in the United States to engage in free speech and political expression, including views the PRC [People’s Republic of China] government wants to silence,” Matthew Olsen, assistant attorney general for national security, said in a statement. “As charged, these individuals aided agents of a foreign government in seeking to suppress dissenting voices who have taken refuge here.” CONTINUE READING…