By: Earnest Jones | 02-25-2017 | News
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Former Clinton Fundraiser Releases Secret Video: Fears Assassination By The Clintons

The Daily Mail has just released portions of a tape that a Chinese-American businessman, who was ousted and convicted for his role in an illegal fundraising plot between China and the Clintons made over fears that he would be assassinated due to what he knew.

The DNC and the Clinton administration were exposed back in 1996 in an illegal campaign scheme that was known as the Chinagate. The Chinese agents sought to directly contribute from foreign sources to the Democratic National Committee before the presidential campaign back in 1996, this was exposed by Bob Woodward and Brian Duffy of the Washington Post – before it became a propaganda tool for the establishment.

China engaged in these contributions yet they were in direct violation of the United States law that forbids non-American citizens or non-permanent residents form giving monetary donations to the United States politicians and political parties.

The federal investigators moved in to make arrests after the discovered that the illegal donations had taken place. Unfortunately, not even a single DNC staffer nor either of the Clintons was arrested. Surprisingly, only the Johnny Chung who made the secret video fearing that the Clintons would have him murdered took the fall.

The never-before-released footage shows Chung describing how he feared for his life after he publicly admitted to funneling money from the Chinese officials to President Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election campaign, adding that Democrats pressured him to stay silent about his dealings with the Clintons and said that the FBI tried to enlist him in a string against a top Chinese general at a Los Angeles airport.

Chung feared that his knowledge of the Clinton campaign finance scandal and the Chinese influence operation could make him a target for assassination after he agreed to cooperate with prosecutors on the Chinagate investigation.

The author and historian Doug Wead gave the video to the Daily Mail for his new book Game of Thorns, which traces Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 campaign and the Chinese government’s long-running operation to buy political influence in Washington.

Johnny Chung produced an elaborate videotaped testimony with assistance from a retired government official that had paid him a friendly visit, the video was secretly distributed to friends and family to be forwarded to the media in the case of his death.

A California software executive by the name Bob Abernethy interviewed Chung in the video. Abernethy said that Chung recorded the film as a type of life insurance before he testified to Congress.

Chung was concerned about his safety owing to the fact that there had been three attempts on his life that required FBI protection. Shortly after Chung blew the whistle, he and his family were placed under a 24-hour FBI protection. However, before Chung testified before a grand jury, the FBI headquarters in DC called off the detail and Chung was told that he was now on his own.

Chung had made 57 visits to the White House in a 2 year span and eight of these meetings were off the books. During most of the visits, Chung would meet with Hillary Clinton. He would hand checks directly to the Clinton’s chief of staff Maggie Williams for tens of thousands of dollars.

Chung spilled the beans after the illegal activities gained the attention of the federal investigators, he confessed that money was coming from a top Chinese military official, who Bill Clinton met in person at an LA fundraising event.

Surprisingly, not even a single person in the DNC was prosecuted for accepting the illegal funds in spite of Chung’s confession and prosecution. The U.S. District Judge Manuel L. Real of the case pointed out that it’s very strange that the giver pleaded guilty and the gives got off free. This just pointed out at how corrupt the Clintons were in the undertakings.


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