GOP UNCOVERS Something ‘Suspicious’ About Biden Ally… Any GUESS Who It Is?

Republicans are concerned about the possible extent of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) influence in the White House after Fox News Digital reported on a CCP-linked company’s deep connections to a long-time Biden ally who served as US Ambassador to China.

Wanxiang Group is thanked as one of the “major” corporate sponsors in the annual report of the Max S. Baucus Institute at the University of Montana School of Law, which was co-founded by former Ambassador to China Max Baucus and his wife in 2017 after their return from China following the Obama administration.

Lu Guanqiu, the founder of Wanxiang Group, was awarded the title of “National Outstanding Communist Party Member” by the CCP in 2021, four years after his death.

Republicans are warning that the CCP’s influence in the US is a national security threat. Sen. Marsha Blackburn said, “We’ve known for a long time that Biden Inc. is deeply intertwined with the CCP,” and Rep.

Clay Higgins added, “As these shady business dealings continue to be revealed, the American people must know the extent of Joe ‘Big Guy’ Biden’s involvement and what it means for our national security.” Higgins went on to say that the evidence is exactly why Congress is working to get ahold of the 148 bank-triggered suspicious activity reports that are being concealed from them.

The Baucus Institute offers a China study abroad program, called the “Baucus Institute-Wanxiang Fellow Summer Study Abroad Program,” which sends University of Montana students to Hangzhou.

Co-hosting the program with the Baucus Institute is the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), which was founded by top CCP official Tung Chee-hwa. According to the Baucus Institute’s website, the China study abroad program is almost fully funded by CUSEF.

Students at the Baucus Institute have also gone on to work for Wanxiang Group. One student said, “This summer I’m excited to be working with Wanxiang Corporation to draft a report regarding sustainable topics and I’m super enthusiastic about the final product!”

The Max S. Baucus Institute and its director, University of Montana law professor Sam Panarella, did not respond to Fox News Digital’s inquiries about how much money Wanxiang Group or CUSEF has given to the institute or whether it receives any funding from the University of Montana.

Baucus, who served as a senator from Montana from 1978 to 2014, has raised eyebrows for his views on China. In May 2020, Baucus went on CNN International and compared then-President Trump’s rhetoric on China to rhetoric from Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.

In April 2019, Baucus said it was “wrong” to discuss the US “decoupling” from China. Wanxiang America Corporation is a company that has donated to the Baucus Institute, and it is registered as a foreign agent for CUSEF, which has previously been described as a “soft-power propaganda vehicle” for the CCP.

In conclusion, Republicans are sounding the alarm about the potential extent of CCP influence in the US after Fox News Digital reported on the deep connections between a CCP-tied company and a long-time Biden ally.

The Baucus Institute and its China study abroad program, which is almost fully funded by CUSEF, a foundation founded by a top CCP official, have raised concerns among Republicans. Republicans warn that the evidence of shady business dealings must be investigated thoroughly to ensure that the CCP’s influence is not compromising US national security.