Joe Biden’s Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman purchased shares in a fund invested in Tencent, a tech firm flagged as a “tool” of the Chinese Communist Party and its military by the U.S. State Department, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal.
Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill – who spearheads House Democrat’s election reform initiatives – is invested in several companies with ties to the Chinese Communist Party and its military, The National Pulse can reveal. The New Jersey congresswoman’s 2020 financial disclosure reveal investments in several
Senator Tom Carper (D-Delaware) – who has referred to President Joe Biden as a “brother” and worked extensively on the White House’s infrastructure program – has profited from investments in Chinese Communist Party-linked companies including firms flagged by the U.S. State Department
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
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
Brian McKeon, Barack Obama’s Deputy Director For Voter Protection, now serves as a lobbyist for Tencent – a tech platform flagged by the U.S. State Department as a “tool” of the Chinese Communist Party. First retained by Tencent in August 2020 to
A venture capital firm backed by Kobe Bryant – the late National Basketball Association star – has invested in several Chinese Communist Party-linked companies, including those flagged by the U.S. State Department as “tools” of the Chinese government. The firm – Bryant
Executives from American tech giants such as Facebook and Google attended an annual conference organized by the Cyberspace Administration of China, the body responsible for leading the Chinese Communist Party’s digital campaign to censor factual narratives and push fraudulent information about COVID-19.