With the Bushes, we’ve reached the end of our rope. They’re now taking millions of dollars from our geopolitical foes, the Communist Chinese. This is reprehensible.
Scoop: The Bush Foundation for US-China Relations accepted $5 million from a Chinese Community Party-linked policy organization known for its efforts to make U.S. policy discussions more Beijing-friendly.
— B. Allen-Ebrahimian (@BethanyAllenEbr) June 5, 2021
The money, of course, leads all the way back to George W. Bush and his family of treasonous liars.
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They’re also “proud” of their betrayal.
Why should they not be? They’re most likely major figures in the “Great Reset.”
According to a report on Saturday, the George H.W. Bush Foundation for US-China Relations agreed to take $5 million from a group with ties to the Chinese Communist Party and China’s foreign propaganda activities. The Bush China Foundation is a non-profit organization formed by Neil Bush, a brother of former President George W. Bush and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush. Its mission, according to its website, is to foster a “constructive partnership” between the United States and China.
However, according to a signed agreement obtained by Axios, the Bush China Foundation committed in 2019 to accept $5 million from the China-United States Exchange Foundation over a five-year period, an entity that has been characterized as a significant aspect of China’s worldwide propaganda efforts. CUSEF portrays itself as a non-profit organization. However, the right-wing Jamestown Foundation claims that it is really a front for the Chinese Communist Party. The chairman of CUSEF is also the vice-chairman of another organization, which describes itself as a “patriotic united front organization of the Chinese people led by the Chinese Communist Party.”
The Bushes are pleased of their collaboration with the Red Chinese. According to Axios, a spokesman for the Bush China Foundation, Leslie Reagan, said, “We are proud of our cooperation with CUSEF and very appreciative of CUSEF’s tremendous support.” “The Bush China Foundation has taken a very strong independent stance on practically every significant topic in the US-China relationship, and we have frequently levied scathing criticism of Chinese policies and behavior when we believe it is warranted.” Oh, and it was well worth about $5 million.