Media glosses over Democrat Dianne Feinstein’s Chinese spy

Media glosses over Democrat Dianne Feinstein’s Chinese spy, by Becket Adams.

Kudos to the journalists who have reported that Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., employed a staffer with connections to Chinese spying. …

Feinstein was the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee at the time of the staffer’s uncovering. …

You’d think that with the media’s intense concern about foreign influence in U.S. politics that the Feinstein story would get a bit more traction in newsrooms. Considering the size and scope of China’s (often successful) spying efforts in the U.S., you think American media would be at least slightly interested in knowing more about how the MSS successfully compromised a staffer for the then-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

You’d be wrong.

Think of the MSM as leftist operatives with bylines, and it all makes sense.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s warm relationship with and advocacy for Communist China go back decades and involve millions, if not billions, of dollars. By Ben Weingarten.

Feinstein’s account conflicts with what has been reported regarding the recruitment and activities of the Chinese spy. She conveniently omits that her office employed this individual for almost 20 years in a close capacity, while he represented the senator in interactions with Chinese officials. …

For the last 40 years, no politician in America has arguably maintained a deeper, more longstanding and friendlier relationship with China, at the highest levels of its ruling Communist Party, than Feinstein. …

  • Feinstein has uniformly taken political positions supporting greater ties with China while taking a relatively dovish and strictly apologist line on its human rights atrocities.
  • Feinstein’s husband has profited handsomely during Feinstein’s career from the greatly expanded China trade she supported. It is of course possible that the Feinstein family’s privileged position with the Chinese regime improved his investment opportunities. …

Imagine for a second how a motivated and empowered prosecutor would operate in this situation if tasked with exploring “any links and/or coordination” between the Chinese government, Feinstein, and individuals associated with her office?

Mueller anyone?

Not that the American public are going to hear about this corruption and collusion by a leftist feminist. Echoes of Hillary.