The Chinese spy crisis broke out in the USA. According to the breaking news, a very serious claim was made by Axios, a Virginia-based news site in the USA. In the claim made; It was stated that a woman named Christine Fang, who is thought to be a part of the Chinese Intelligence Agency, set up a trap for US politicians through sexual intercourse.
It was alleged that a Chinese woman named Christine Fang broke into relations with politicians in the US and passed on information to Chinese intelligence. This claim made a big resonance.
According to a report by Milliyet, a serious allegation was made in a news site called Axios based in Virginia in the USA. It has been reported that a Chinese woman named Christine Fang, who is suspected of working for the Chinese Intelligence Service, has had significant romantic and sexual relationships with Californian politicians as part of a political operation led by the Ministry of State Security of the People’s Republic of China.
Chinese intelligence officer Christine Fang sex scandal with american politicians
Chinese intelligence officer Christine Fang engaged with politicians such as lawmakers and mayors in America between 2011 and 2015 and conducted intelligence work on behalf of China. When Fang realized that the FBI had noticed him, he fled to his country.
According to documents seized by the American news site Axios, Fang had sexual relations with Eric Swalwell, the congressman and the youngest member of the House of Representatives, to gather intelligence. Fang also participated in the election effort for Eric to be elected to the House of Representatives.
During his stay in the United States in 2011-15, she approached and had relationships with two mayors in the Midwest region.
While following a person, FBI Members suspected that Fang might be a member of the intelligence agency, and started work on the issue. When Fang realized he was being followed by the FBI, he fled to China.
Axios said that China is using female intelligence personnel to influence American politicians, this effect has troubled the Trump administration, and this effect may continue in the Biden era.
ALLOWED TO HAVE A ROMANTIC OR SEXUAL RELATIONSHIP
Fang Fang, alleged agent, also raised money for US politician Tulsi Gabbard and had romantic or sexual relationships with at least two mayors from the Midwest.
Fang’s suspicious operations ended when he fled the United States in the midst of a counterintelligence investigation initiated by the FBI during the Obama administration. In the investigation, they first discovered that Fang was spying on a different person.
Axios reports that Christine Fang has served as president of both the Chinese Student Association and the Asia Pacific Islander American Public Relations (APAPA). It was reported that Fang initially used these positions to engage with local political circles. It would invite MPs, political leaders and Chinese consular officials to a number of important events it hosted.
Until he took a place in the politics of the region, most of Fang’s alleged operations were carried out under the name of APAPA, a group that supports civil affairs for Asia Pacific Islanders, sources kept secret.
The same sources told news site Axios that some of Fang’s first known political connections in the United States were former Fremont Mayor Bill Harrison, Representatives Judy Chu and Swalwell.
A tour of Fang’s Facebook page revealed that Swalwell was friends with his father and brother. Their relationship began when Swalwell became a councilor for Dublin City, California, and the Chinese Student Association enabled their earliest known interactions.
Swalwell would later become a Member of Congress in 2012. Fang portrayed himself to him as ‘the connector between the Asian-American community and members of Congress’.
A source told Axios that during Swalwell’s 2014 Congressional reelection campaign, Fang persuaded people to donate to their campaign operations.
This position is seen as an ideal position for an intelligence officer to strengthen ties with the campaign officer. During this time, Fang allegedly found interns for Swawell’s offices, including one in Washington D.C.
Congressman Swalwell immediately ceased all contact with Christine Fang. Swalwell was not accused of any wrongdoing. Eric Swalwell responded to Axios’ claims with his statement. Democratic Representative Swalwell argued that this information was leaked to harm him because of his frequent criticism of President Donald Trump.
“I am often a critic of the President. I spoke against him. I was on both committees accusing him,” Politico quoted Swalwell in an interview Tuesday. he used the words and added: “The timing is meaningful.”