Andy Huang, who serves as Core Infrastructure Manager of Information Technology at Dominion Voting Systems, previously worked at China Telecom, The National Pulse can reveal.
China Telecom is wholly run by the Chinese government, and has been identified by the U.S. Department of Defense as having collaborated with the country’s military for over two decades.
Similarly, the Department of Justice flagged the firm for “concerns that China Telecom is vulnerable to exploitation, influence, and control by the Chinese government” and how “the nature of China Telecom’s U.S. operations” provide “opportunities for Chinese state-actors to engage in malicious cyber activity enabling economic espionage and disruption and misrouting of U.S. communications.”
Tasks which Huang assisted with include the “Xiamen IDC Project,” the “Xiamen Metropolitan-are broadband network,” and the “OA Intranet infrastructure reformation project.”
While the specific nature of his work on these projects is not entirely clear, Cisco, a company he worked with extensively, is responsible for upholding China’s draconian internet firewall.
Huang’s LinkedIn profile displays his employer as one of his “interests.”
This unearthed connection adds to the growing list of shady connections Dominion Voting System retains with entities opposed to President Trump, as U.S. intelligence officials have confirmed that Beijing prefers a Biden presidency.
Chinese state media officials have confirmed these sentiments.
Similarly, Dominion shows upwards of 95 percent of donations from its U.S. employees as donors to Democrats. The firm also has a team of lobbyist featuring Nancy Pelosi’s former chief of staff and an Obama-era vote protection director.
Establishment media outlets, however, maintain that these ties are “baseless conspiracies.”