Did Feinstein Enable China Hacking?

Democratic Senator Diane Feinstein, has served in the US Senate since 1992.  Ranking member of Committee of Judiciary whose role it is to  provide oversight of the Department of Justice and the agencies under the Department’s jurisdiction, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Homeland Security, the Judiciary Committee plays an important role in the consideration of nominations and pending legislation.

It was recently reported in Politco that Feinstein had unknowingly hired a Chinese Spy, and that this spy had had access to Feinstein for more than a decade.  At the time of this discovery, Feinstein was the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.  What is not known is how much influence did her sitting on Senate Intelligence have to do with the ability of the Chinese to hack into the United States defense contractors databases and take information.

It turns out that Communist China had a spy in her office. A 20-year employee of Feinstein’s, the agent had been reporting back to China’s Ministry of State Security for well over a decade before he was caught in 2013, according to the FBI.

In January of 2017, Business Wire reported that Sen. Dianne Feinsteins husband was a major beneficiary of military appropriations blessed by a subcommittee that she headed, Metro Newspapers reports this week.

Feinstein has long been an advocate for Trade with China, pushing the US to declare China as a Favored Trade status.  It was reported by WND that She has opposed a U.S. anti-missile defense, supported China’s MFN (Most Favorable Nation) status, supported the COSCO purchase of Long Beach port and is a well-known opponent of linking human rights with trade. However, Feinstein’s financial ties to the communist Chinese and COSCO include her husband, Richard Blum.

All this talk about Russian hacking into the US elections, has prompted RHM to investigate incidents of Chinese hacking of military industrial complex. It is also important to note that the Chinese may also have the e-mails of Hillary Clinton. As the Daily Caller reported, “A Chinese-owned company operating in the Washington, D.C., area hacked Hillary Clinton’s private server throughout her term as secretary of state and obtained nearly all her emails.”

According to the Independent, Chinese government hackers  stole 614 gigabytes of highly sensitive data from a U.S. Navy contractor, including plans related to a supersonic anti-ship missile meant to be usable by 2020 and other details about undersea warfare.

January of 2010, Google reported it was attacked by Chinese Hackers.

In 2014, the Senate Armed Services Committee found Chinese hackers had accessed the networks of U.S. technology companies and airlines involved in the transportation of military troops and equipment.

In 2006, the Commerce Department had been hacked causing them to have to throw away several computers.

The campaign of Barack Obama and John McCain were hacked by Chinese hackers, The Secret Service forced all campaign senior staff to replace their Blackberries and laptops. The hackers were looking for policy data as a way to predict the positions of the future winner. Senior campaign staffers have acknowledged that the Chinese government contacted one campaign and referred to information that could only have been gained from the theft.

Is it a coincidence that a sitting US Senator with favorable ties to China and the hacking of not just defense and commerce departments but other US entities? A senator who has enriched their financial status using Chinese Investments?

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