Webinar | Is Joe Biden a CCP ‘Controlled Asset’? The Evidence from Hunter’s Laptop

1 year ago

Deep-dive by Garrett Ziegler Makes the Case Our National Security is Imperiled

Shortly before the 2020 election, 51 former intelligence officials falsely claimed that Hunter Biden’s laptop was a Russian disinformation operation. Thanks to Elon Musk, we now know that Twitter colluded with Joe Biden’s campaign, the Democratic Party, the mainstream media and the FBI to prevent American voters from learning the truth – namely, that the Democrats’ presidential nominee and his family had knowingly taken millions of dollars from Chinese intelligence officers.

A patriotic former U.S. spy named “Sam” Faddis – who recruited and ran foreign agents for America for many years – is convinced that, as a result of this collective betrayal of the public trust, we elected as president a “controlled asset” of Chinese intelligence.

The new House of Representatives must make exposing and evaluating the potentially catastrophic national security repercussions of such a dangerous penetration – and taking corrective action – its first order of business.

This CPDC webinar features a conversation with Garrett Ziegler, a former aide to Peter Navarro, President Trump’s advisor on manufacturing and trade, who has done a comprehensive examination of the contents of the so-called “Hard Drive from Hell.” It explores the evidence found there – and elsewhere – that the Biden family and its scion, the President of the United States, are not simply “compromised” by money they have taken from the Chinese Communist Party’s intelligence services, but actually under the control of our mortal enemy.


- Frank Gaffney, executive chairman of the Center for Security Policy, host of Securing America with Frank Gaffney on Real America’s Voice Network, and vice-chair for the Committee on the Present Danger: China


- Garrett Ziegler, Publisher, Marcopolousa.org, former member of Donald Trump’s White House staff, Office of Trade and Manufacturing

- Brian Kennedy, Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China; President, American Strategy Group; former President, Claremont Institute

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