The tale of different lovers of Chinese sexy spy and a strange but abundant fundraising for Dems absolutely 'no control'.

The Chinese secret agent Christine Fang, aka Fang Fang, reportedly had sex with two mayors and targeted Democratic politicians to infiltrate political circles in the USA :

  • Eric Swalwell 
  • Tulsi Gabbard
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Eric Swalwell and The Chinese secret agent Fang Fang

Tulsi Gabbard is an American politician and United States Army Reserve officer who serves as the U.S. Representative for Hawaii's 2nd congressional district.

Tulsi Gabbard

Fang targeted aspiring politicians from 2011 to 2015, with a reported focus on Democratic Rep Swalwell of California, according to a bombshell Axios report.

Intelligence officials told the publication how she used campaign fundraising, networking and rallies to get close to up-and-coming politicians before abruptly leaving the country in 2015.

After the FBI gave Swalwell a “defensive briefing" about Fang, he reportedly cut off all ties with her. Swalwell and Gabbard have not been accused of having a sexual relationship with Fang, nor any wrongdoing.

The congressman is one of the youngest members of the House and met Fang via the Chinese Student Association. She reportedly fundraised for both him and Gabbard in 2014 and 2013 respectively.

Swalwell's spokesperson told The Sun he "long ago, provided information about this person — whom he met more than eight years ago, and whom he hasn’t seen in nearly six years — to the FBI.

"To protect information that might be classified, he will not participate in your story," his rep added.

Fang also helped raise cash for Rep Gabbard of Hawaii. the report said. Her office didn't not immediately respond to The Sun's request for comment.

Gabbard’s office told Axios she "has no recollection of ever meeting or talking with [Fang], nor any recollection of her playing a major role at the fundraiser.”

Fang also volunteered for the 2014 House bid of Rep Ro Khanna of California, whose office told the outlet that the congresswoman only saw her at several gatherings and had no further contact.

But the alleged honey trapper had a romantic and/or sexual relationship with at least two American mayors from the Midwest.

At least two separate sexual interactions – including one of the aforementioned mayors – were caught on FBI electronic surveillance, according an Axios reporter tweeted.

And one of these encounters reportedly took place in a car with a mayor from Ohio.

When asked why she was interested in him, Fang reportedly responded that she wanted to get better at speaking English.

Fang reportedly enrolled as a student at Cal State East Bay in 2011 and, according to friends and acquaintances, was in her late 20s or early 30s, according journalist Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian.

During this time, she's believed to have had regular contact with a suspected Chinese Ministry of State Security officer who was under diplomatic cover in the San Francisco consulate.

However, US intelligence officials believe her main handlers were based in China.

She also served as the president of the Chinese Student Association and the campus chapter of APAPA, a group that promotes civic affairs for Asian Pacific Islanders.

Fang reportedly used her position to get a foot in the door of local off-campus politics, leading her to become a regular at fundraisers and other events.

Swalwell was one of Fang's first known political contacts when the pair were acquainted during his time as a councilmember for Dublin City, California.

Their earliest known interaction was facilitated through the Chinese Student Association.

A source told Axios that Fang was a "bundler" during Swalwell's 2014 Congress re-election campaign and encouraged people to donate to his operations.

She also reportedly facilitated potential intern assignments for his offices, including one in Washington DC.

However, Swalwell reportedly halted any contact with Fang when he received a defense briefing from the FBI about her.

Fang also helped Hawaii Representative Gabbard with a fundraising event in 2013.

However, a spokesperson told Axios that she "has no recollection of ever meeting or talking with her, nor any recollection of her playing a major role at the fundraiser."

Fang also volunteered to campaign for Representative Ro Khannah's 2014 run for Congress before he was elected two years later.

Khannah's office told the outlet that he remembers seeing Fang at several Indian American political events, but he did not speak to her.

His office added that he was not briefed by the FBI and that her name does not appear on their staffing records - but noted that their records do not include all volunteers' names.

The Sun also contacted Khannah for comment, who has not been accused of having a sexual relationship with Fang, nor any wrongdoing.

US officials do not believe that Fang received or passed on any classified materials, Axios reported.

However, a current senior US intelligence official told the outlet the case "was a big deal, because there were some really, really sensitive people that were caught up" in her network.

Fang fled the United States in mid-2015 as she was being investigated by authorities.

She was expected to attend an event in DC in June 2015, but said she couldn't make it as she had to return to China.

China drivers

America’s frame of reference has shrunk to the point where we can only see ourselves, and the rest of the world knows that — especially 
China. China’s leaders aren’t frivolous and stupid like our leaders are. They don’t care what pronouns you use. They don’t hire people because of the way they look.

 They have a very specific goal: To knock the U.S. from our perch.

To accelerate this, the Chinese Communist Party has engaged in a ceaseless effort to subvert our leadership class, and that has worked more effectively than anyone imagined.

On Tuesday, a story broke in Axios, no one’s idea of a right-wing news outlet. But to their great credit, a pair of Axios reporters doggedly spent the last year investigating what turned out to be an amazing story.

A Chinese intelligence agent called Fang Fang — or, as she renamed herself when she came to this country, Christine Fang — became a force within the California Democratic Party. Along the way, she began a relationship with Eric Swalwell, now  a member of the House Intelligence Committee and privy to this country’s most closely held secrets.

Fang’s relationship with Swalwell begin in 2012. Like so many Chinese spies, she used college as her cover. She enrolled as a student at a university in the Bay Area and joined a number of left-wing identity politics organizations on campus. From there, she began raising money for Democratic candidates.

U.S. intelligence officials believe that Fang had a sexual relationship with Eric Swalwell. When “Tucker Carlson Tonight” asked Swalwell’s office about that Tuesday, his staff replied by saying they couldn’t comment because such information might be “classified.” They did not elaborate or explain what they meant by that.

Swalwell riding

When Fang met Swalwell, he was a little-known city councilman in Dublin, Calif., but he had grand political aspirations. Fang became his regular companion. She was photographed with Swalwell at political events several times and became a financial bundler for his campaigns.

Fang apparently pulled in large amounts of money from a variety of sources to help Swalwell get elected to Congress. It’s not entirely clear from where all of that money came. We do know that Fang helped Swalwell secure the support of his district’s Asian-American community, which political analysts have cited as a critical factor in his win in 2012.

This is not a new trick for Chinese intelligence. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., the state’s senior Democrat, employed a Chinese spy in her office for nearly 20 years. That spy drove Feinstein around and directly assisted her in outreach to Asian-American voters. Like the spy that Feinstein hired, Fang gained access to Swalwell’s office in Washington. U.S. officials say Fang even managed to install an intern, almost certainly as a spy for the Chinese government.

We don’t know the full extent of Fang’s intelligence activities in this country. She eventually fled to China while under FBI investigation. Swalwell claims he hasn’t talked to her in years. We do know that in Eric Swalwell, the Chinese government picked a promising vehicle. He is one of the most high-profile members of Congress and ran for president last year.

At every turn, Swalwell has remained a reliable source of Chinese government propaganda. As a member of the House Intelligence Committee, he’s styled himself as an expert at spotting foreign interference in our government. You may remember he spent years accusing President Trump of working for a hostile power. The irony is overwhelming.

It’s always those who have the most to hide who attack other people for the very things they’ve done. Two years ago, we asked Swalwell to come on this show and reveal the evidence he claimed to have collected on Russian collusion. Swalwell came, because he couldn’t turn down a TV opportunity. He made loud noises and he left. He had no evidence, but he didn’t stop making allegations.

When the Russia hoax subsided, as it inevitably did because it was a lie, Swalwell turned his energies to his first love, defending the government of China from all criticism

In March, Swalwell told the rest of us that we are racist if we describe where the coronavirus came from originally.

If you’re bored, take those words and type them into Google and you will find analogues, almost precisely to the word, in Chinese state media. That’s what he was repeating. If you ask Eric Swalwell, blaming the Chinese government for the coronavirus was a mistake. The right approach is to defer to the Chinese government as much as you possibly can.

In 2017, Swalwell expressed outrage that the Trump administration was taking too tough a position with China’s ally, North Korea.  Instead, Swalwell demanded, Trump must “[t]alk to experts, allies & China.”

Do you notice a pattern here? Of course you do, and here’s the amazing thing: At this very moment, Eric Swalwell — who has used his office to promote Beijing’s talking points almost word-for-word; a man who admits to a close personal relationship with an actual Chinese spy who helped him get elected to Congress, raised money for him and put an intern (probably another spy) in his office — continues to serve on the House Intelligence Committee, where he has unrestricted access to classified information.

How is this happening?

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