Several Chinese Communist Party-backed influence groups have sponsored events and trips to China for U.S. officials – including Joe Biden’s Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack – as part of a broader crusade to increase collaboration between the two countries on agriculture and farming. The unearthing of the United States Heartland China Association (USHCA) ties to Chinese foreign influence groups follow reports of Chinese Communist Party members and firms buying up American farmland, raising national security concerns among lawmakers. Founded by former Democrat Governor of Missouri Bob Holden, the USHCA purports to be a “bipartisan organization committed to building stronger ties between
The National Pulse has uncovered a Chinese Communist Party-affiliated think tank – the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) – whose analysts frequently peddle Beijing’s talking points in CCP-run media outlets while presenting themselves as “independent” for Western audiences. The credentials advertised to
Dr. Peter Daszak, the researcher who appeared on 60 Minutes to criticize the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw millions of taxpayer dollars funding his joint research with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, donated to the Hillary Clinton campaign 13 times in 2016.
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Chinese state media outlet China Global Television Network (CGTN) has been forced into an embarrassing climbdown after a National Pulse exposé into “security analyst” Hannan Hussain and his fraudulent credentials from the London School of Economics. Hussain authored an article “here’s why
Tom Fowdy appears to be the latest useful idiot for the Chinese Communist Party, but who is he, and why is a "British political analyst" simping for the CCP, North Korea, and their allies?
Chapman University Professor and de facto Chinese Communist Party propagandist Dr. Jia Wenshan blamed President Trump for the novel coronavirus, alleging he’s a “white supremacist” that must be “swept into the basket of history” in an op-ed for the state-run Chinese media
CGTN.com, the official website for China’s Global Television Network, published a propaganda piece on Monday bashing former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. The article’s author appears to have faked the credentials of “Security Analyst” at the London School of Economics. Bannon
Bot-style attacks against the President of the United States have increased on social media. The news follows The National Pulse report on suspicious activities by newly created Twitter accounts belonging to China’s “Wu Mao” army. Today, the National Pulse publishes an analysis of