Let’s pray “Biden” doesn’t serve his CCP masters and send him back.
Rumors that China’s top “spy catcher” has defected to the United States and is giving the Biden information about the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the leak of the coronavirus, if proven true, could “even lead to the fall of the Communist Party,” China expert Gordon Chang told Newsmax on Saturday.
“This is so explosive it could lead to a chain of events, which would sever relations between China and the United States,” Chang, the author of “The Coming Collapse of China,” told Newsmax‘s “The Count,” adding Bejing appears to be in a panic over the reports.
The reports claim Chinese official Dong Jingwei, a vice-minister who took over responsibility for the country’s counter-intelligence three years ago, reportedly flew from Hong Kong to the United States in February with his daughter, reports South Asia news service ANI quoting SpyTalk, a newsletter covering U.S. intelligence, defense, and foreign affairs policy.
There has been no official comment from China, but according to SpyTalk, Dong reportedly gave the Biden administration information that caused it to change its stance on the Wuhan laboratory and to reconsider the potential the coronavirus that caused the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic came from the lab, rather than from nature.
If the rumors turn out to be true, Dong’s defection would be the highest level in the history of the People’s Republic of China.
Han Lianchao, a former Chinese ministry official who defected after the 1989 massacre at Tiananmen Square, said the issue of Dong’s defection was brought up during the summit between China and the United States in Anchorage earlier this year.
Han, citing an unnamed source, tweeted China’s Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, and Yang Jiechi, who is in charge of the Communist Party’s foreign affairs, demanded of Secretary of State Antony Blinken that Dong be returned, but he refused.
Chinese spymaster Dong Jingwei rumoured to have ‘defected to the West offering secrets about Covid origins & Wuhan lab’
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