“Part of this [story] can be explained by the greed of the Feinsteins, husband and wife, who during those years made millions off their business dealings with China….”
Roger Simon at PJ Media explores the state of the intel community given the recent firing of Peter Strozok, who was the chief of the Counterespionage Section of the FBI, and the recent revelations about Senator Dianne Feinstein and her long term employ (20 years) of a Chinese spy on her staff.
How could the senator allow such a thing happen? Why did it happen? How could she be so (apparently) duped. Was it just a case of old fashioned crony capitalist greed in Feinstein’s case? Is this in any way acceptable given her highly important position on the Senate Intelligence Committee? Why did we not know more about the Chinese spy? (He was discovered 5 years ago though not made public until last week.) Is this the sort of thing that happens all the time but is quietly hushed up for political reasons? Is this yet another instance where the American people have to confront a very obvious failure of the intel community? Also, it does not appear that justice was meted out in the Feinstein case. Is that because it would draw attention? Who was responsible for that decision?
(From PJ Media)
How was it possible the then-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee was under such intimate covert surveillance by China for decades?…
…Part of this can be explained by the greed of the Feinsteins, husband and wife, who during those years made millions off their business dealings with China, relations that made the couple easy prey for the ChiComs, but still one wonders about the blindness.