CIA Director Employed CCP Members in Secret, Explosive Report Finds

CIA Director Employed CCP Members in Secret, Explosive Report Finds

Smoking GUN Found – CIA Director Compromised?

( – Over the last several decades, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has made tremendous inroads in influencing US policy through universities, research groups, businesses, and potentially the government itself. Think tanks serve a vital role by conducting in-depth studies on specific policy and political issues. The head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), William Burns, is the former head of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, which allowed CCP members to hide in plain sight.

After intense research, the Daily Caller News Foundation (DCNF) reported on Sunday, August 14, that for six years, Burns fostered an environment at Carnegie that allowed representatives of the CCP to infiltrate nonprofit organizations. All the more pressing, the endowment hires past and future influential appointees from some of the highest levels of the US government. The revelation is leading many to question how much information the Chinese are extrapolating from America.

CIA Director Allowed Communists to Influence Think Tank

According to the DCNF, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace employed at least 20 policy experts it identified as CCP individuals during Burns’ tenure from February 2015 to November 2021. The Daily Caller said it discovered the foundation’s ties to America’s top adversary after it analyzed hundreds of records and personnel profiles from over a dozen organizations linked to China.

Those who spy for America’s foe swear an allegiance to fight for and protect communism. They pledge to sacrifice everything for the CCP and the country. China’s intelligence gathering apparatus is extensive through its “Thousand Grains of Sand” strategy. The CIA said recruiters for the program look for people in the Chinese community overseas who can collect data and report back. If someone comes across helpful or sensitive information, former deputy national security advisor to the vice president, Steve Yates, told DCNF they would get a visit from communist officials.

Yates said if Burns allowed government-linked experts from China, it was a phenomenal “lapse in organizational security.” He added that his record should disqualify him from serving as the director of the CIA.

Burns’ Record First Exposed During Confirmation Hearings

In February 2021, Burns appeared before the US Senate to confirm him as President Joe Biden’s nominee to head the CIA. Under oath, he claimed he terminated the relationship with the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF). He testified he had inherited the problem and resolved it.

According to the DCNF, that’s not the whole story. It reported the CUSEF remained part of the think tank for at least two years after he took over in 2015. While it’s true Carnegie hired most CUSEF members prior to his tenure at Carnegie, the organization recruited at least four CCP loyalists during Burns’ presidency.

Now, it appears no one wants to explain how that happened. Rep. Lance Gooden (R-TX) told DCNF that the Carnegie organization had tens of millions of dollars. He stated they have the financial resources to vet donors and employees but don’t because the two go hand-in-hand. The Texas congressman said it’s entirely plausible the nonprofit world ignore the communist party “in exchange for donations or political favors.”

National security expert Brandon Weichert asked: If America can’t trust Burns to employ people under the influence of foreign nations in a think tank, how could anyone expect the outcome to be different now that he’s head of the CIA?

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Does Weichert pose a good question?

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