Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s Husband Made Big Money From Business Deals in China

A new book by Peter Schweizer, titled “The Red Hand,” revealed Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein’s husband made huge profits from his business deals with communist China.

Senator Feinstein, herself, also repeatedly showed her support for China.

Now, with this new intel from Peter Schweitzer (who serves as the president of the Government Accountability Institute), it all makes sense as to why Feinstein has been soft on human rights violations in China.

In Schweitzer’s book, it goes into great detail on how Feinstein’s husband Richard Blum increased his fortune exponentially by doing business with the communist nation of China.

At one point, Blum even did business with a company that would later spy on the U.S. military.

In 2000, Blum’s law firm was conducting business in China under a joint venture called NewBridge Capital. As of 2022, the firm has invested close to $90 million in different companies that are overseen by the CCP.

Feinstein Defends Her Husband and China

When asked for a public statement on her husband’s business deals, Feinstein stated her husband did nothing wrong.

Feinstein supporting the CCP is nothing new; in 1984, she became the first mayor of San Francisco to meet up with communist China officials. Feinstein has also gone on record saying the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre was no worse than the Waco shootout.

Feinstein would defend her point by saying both the US government and the Chinese governments have used tanks on people.

Feinstein is right on the fact the US government did use tanks at the Waco shootout, but she’s wrong to compare it to the Tiananmen Square massacre where over 10,000 pro-democracy demonstrators were slaughtered.

It’s Not Just Feinstein, Though

Feinstein isn’t the only person weak on China, but another California lawmaker is weak on them too.

Representative Eric Swalwell, a Democrat out of California, reportedly slept with a Chinese spy called Christine Fang, best known as Fang Fang. Rep. Swalwell had an intimate relationship with Fang Fang until Swalwell was notified she was an intelligence agent for the CCP.

Fang Fang left the country after her cover was blown, but it’s unknown how much intel she gathered, considering Swalwell sat on the House Intelligence Committee.

It’s not just Democrats who are weak on China, but Republicans have been very friendly with China, too. Senator Mitch McConnell’s wife, Elaine Chao, has deep roots in China.

Chao, who is the former Secretary of Transportation, has a family that owns the Foremost Group, which has a total of 33 bulk material ships used to transport goods from China to the United States.

McConnell has benefited from his wife’s family’s ties to the CCP; he even received a $25 million dollar gift from the Chao family. Was it a gift from the heart or was it a gift that says ‘don’t do anything that hurts China’s trade’?

The latter sounds more realistic.