Exclusive: Dem Congressman Leading Election Reforms Has 6-Figure Investments In Chinese Communist Espionage-Linked Firms


Rep. Jim Langevin (RI-2) — a Democratic Party Congressman leading his party’s so-called ‘election security reforms’ — retains six-figure investments in a Chinese Communist Party-linked tech firm flagged by the U.S. State Department for aiding the regime’s military and espionage capabilities, The National Pulse can reveal. The Biden-endorsing Congressman serves as co-chair and co-founder of the Congressional Cybersecurity Caucus, a subcommittee of the House Committee on Homeland Security. He was tapped for the Democrat’s Congressional Task Force on Election Security in 2017. Fueled by allegations of pro-Trump Russian election interference, the task force produced a list of recommendations for the federal government to improve election infrastructure. Langevin remarked: “With the 2018 elections just months away, Congress must act now to bolster our election cybersecurity especially as intelligence leaders are confident that Russian interference will not stop. The report recommendations and corresponding legislation are important first steps in restoring the American people’s trust in our democratic system and securing our elections for years to come…”

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