Things are getting downright bizarre in Washington D.C. this week, as new allegations of international espionage continue to the rock the swamp to its core.
Obviously, there has been no shortage of talk about Russia, the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, and whatever influence the long-time Russian leader attempted to have on the 2016 presidential election here in the United States. The left seems to think that Putin personally recruited Donald Trump in some “six degrees of Kremlin Bacon” sort of scenario, while, on the right, the prevailing idea is that Trump was possibly set up by the Obama DOJ through the use of spies such as Stephen Halper.
Now, the mainstream media is reporting that another spy, from another contentious foreign country, has been deep inside the democratic party, possibly for as long as two decades.
It happened five years ago, but additional information is just surfacing about how the Bay Area senator’s office was infiltrated by a Chinese spy.
On Wednesday, the San Francisco Chronicle uncovered additional details in a column written by reporters Phil Matier and Andy Ross.
The column revealed that the Chinese spy was Feinstein’s driver who also served as a gofer in her Bay Area office and was a liaison to the Asian-American community.
And this is where things get truly strange.
They hid this stuff about Senator Feinstein having her own personal Chinese SPY working for her for almost 20 years. They kept it out of the public eye for FIVE YEARS.
And it just dropped today.
For no particular reason at all, I guess.
— STEALTH JEFF (@drawandstrike) August 3, 2018
Precisely. Why drop this story five years after the fact, and reveal that this foreign spy was simply fired?!
Meanwhile, our President is being dragged through the mud and delegitimized over attempts by Russia to infiltrate his campaign, all based on information gleaned from actual democratic spies within the Trump campaign of 2016.
What kind of damage control are we seeing here? What will be the next shoe to drop in this case?
Based on the manner in which the news has been disseminated, we can tell that this is far from over.