Congresswoman Drafting Election Security Laws Is Invested In Chinese State-Owned Companies


Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill — who spearheads House Democrat’s election reform initiatives — is invested in several companies with ties to the Chinese Communist Party and its military, The National Pulse can reveal. The New Jersey congresswoman’s 2020 financial disclosure reveal investments in several Chinese tach firms flagged as “tools” of the Chinese Communist Party. She retains up to $50,000 in Alibaba shares and purchased up to $15,000 in Tencent shares on March 27th, 2019. The U.S. State Department has flagged both firms as “tools” of the Chinese Communist Party that count powerful party members among their executive ranks. Both companies have also been involved in the “research, production, and repair of weapons and equipment for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA)” and have a “deep record of cooperation and collaboration” with China’s “state security bureaucracy,” former Assistant Secretary for International Security and Nonproliferation Christopher Ford revealed. The State Department has also linked Tencent and Alibaba to the regime’s build-up of “technology-facilitated surveillance and social control.”

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