US State Department Issues Warning: 'The Chinese Communist Party Poses a Real Threat'
Threats outlined in a series of tweets
The US State Department warned of the threats the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) poses to the United States.
The State Department sent out a series of tweets regarding China.
The first tweets were the picture of President Donald Trump confirming that the US is a sovereign nation:
The second tweet was a speech from Secretary of State Pompeo where he says China’s Chairman Xi “has his eye on each and everyone of us”:
The third tweet shares this:
“The Chinese Communist Party poses a real threat."
"We want China to engage on the world stage the way we ask every other nation to.”
The fourth tweet discusses the CCP’s threat to national security as it relates to our financial markets:
The Chinese Communist Party’s threat to American national security extends into our financial markets and impacts U.S. investors. Learn how money flowing into major indices supports Chinese companies involved in military production and human rights abuses: https://t.co/ahxkGBFpjL— Department of State (@StateDept) December 17, 2020
The tweets come after huge data leaks revealed that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) operatives have "infiltrated" the upper echelons of Western nations by "embedding" themselves in governments and top companies.
Loyal members of China's ruling dictatorship are working in top government roles in the United States, UK, and Australia.
Operatives are also strategically positioned in universities and some of the West's leading companies.
The mass infiltration was exposed in an extraordinary leaked database of 1.95 million registered CCP members.