As FBI Director Christopher Wray describes it: “When we tally up what we see in our investigations—over 2,000 of which are focused on the Chinese government trying to steal our information and technology—there is just no country that presents a broader threat to our ideas, our innovation, and our economic security than China … The Chinese government steals staggering volumes of information and causes deep, job-destroying damage across a wide range of industries—so much so that, as you heard, we’re constantly opening new cases to counter their intelligence operations, about every 12 hours or so.”
The espionage threat posed by Communist China is a clear and present menace.
Beijing has been infiltrating the United States for years under the garb of academicians, such as graduate students and research scholars.
Guo Wengui, a Chinese billionaire who defected from the Communist Party and fled the country in 2015, was an insider who revealed in a 2017 interview with the Washington Beacon that Beijing’s US spy networks at the time consisted of 25,000 CCP intelligence operatives aided by 15,000-plus hired spies.
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