Black Lives Matter praised Cuba’s “alternative model of social development based on the principles of equality and solidarity” while promoting an event the group co-hosted with Venceremos Brigade – an extreme communist front group founded in 1969 by Cuban dictator Fidel Castro
Matthew Penarczyk – a top lawyer for Microsoft and Hillary Clinton donor – is joining the Chinese Communist Party-linked TikTok app as its top lawyer. Penarczyk, who worked as a general counsel at Microsoft for nearly two decades, joined the controversial social
Former Whitewater prosecutor Stephen Binhak – who called on Congress to impeach Donald Trump amidst conspiracies over Russian collusion – recently registered to lobby on behalf of the Chinese Communist Party-linked tech firm Huawei. The news comes as Tony Podesta – brother of
The Covid Commission Planning Group – the foremost effort to launch an “independent” inquiry into the origins of COVID-19 – is supported by organizations that have funded the work of longtime Wuhan Institute of Virology partner EcoHealth Alliance. Entities funding the task
Democratic Congressman Josh Gottheimer – a longtime Clinton family ally and member of the House Homeland Security Committee – is invested in several Chinese Communist Party-linked companies, including military proxies, The National Pulse can reveal. Financial ties between the Chinese Communist Party
The National Urban League – an outspoken defender of Critical Race Theory – has partnered with a Chinese Communist Party-linked influence group for over a decade, including inking deals to collaborate on education initiatives in American schools, The National Pulse can reveal.
Democratic Representative Peter Welch – who has called for a “full-scale no holds barred investigation” into the Trump 2016 campaign’s non-existent links to the Russian government – is invested in several Chinese Communist Party-owned companies, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. The
EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak emailed Anthony Fauci in 2017 outlining his collaborative research on a “bat-origin coronavirus” with the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s Shi Zhengli, which included “doing assays to find out if it can infect human cells in the lab.”