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Iowa Dem seeking House intervention in lost election was on payroll of 2 Chinese firms

shockedcanadian

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I'm sure we have quite a few doing the same in Canada. We allowed this to happen because we treated China like some close ally. Media, schools and businesses all did the same, making politicians puppet the concept and anyone who said "hey wait a minute" was treated as some enemy of capitalism (how bloody ironic). This was chump change, after all, she's just a House Member, China goes after the big dogs.

China is going to mop the floor with the West in 2021. I will pray that some have enough courage, for Taiwan, Japan and Australias sake initially, all of our sakes eventually.


Iowa Democrat Rita Hart was on the payroll of two Chinese companies while running to represent the state’s 2nd District in the U.S. House of Representatives, a financial disclosure shows.


Hart received $3,180 from Confucius International Education Group and $2,135 from Pangaea International Academy, both of which have ties to the Chinese Communist Party. The payments were discovered by Accuracy in Media when it was investigating a Federal Election Commission complaint against Hart.

Confucius International Education Group (CIEG), based in Qingdao, China, is funded by Chinese state-run leasing company Far East Horizon, which has ties to the Youth Communist League.


CIEG created a private academy in Iowa that took in foreign-exchange students after their one-year programs at a local school ended so that they could remain in the U.S. without having to pay tuition.
 

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“Why does the Chinese Communist Party need to pay thousands of dollars to an elementary school teacher who's running for Congress, if not merely to buy influence?" said Adam Guillette, president of Accuracy in Media, a conservative media watchdog with a history of political activism.”

thats a good question that maybe our resident china apologist will answer for us
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