Chinese Spy Lured Democrat Lawmakers with Sex, Including Dem. Star Rep. Eric Swalwell

A detailed report reveals that a pretty “student” who worked as a spy for the red Chinese lured Democrat star Rep. Eric Swalwell and dozens of highly placed Democrats with sex and money.

In a long investigative report published by Axios and written by Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian and Zach Dorfman of the Aspen Institute, a beautiful Chinese spy named Christine Fang was revealed to have spent a decade trapping Democrats in honey traps as this young woman gave them money, and sexual favors to bleed them of American secrets.

One of the most prominent blackmailed politicians was Eric Swalwell, the media’s favorite Democrat who spent years on TV accusing Trump of being a Russian asset. The twist here is that Swalwell had been a Chinese asset the whole time.

Naturally, Axios didn’t release this extensive report until long after the election. Nor was it released when Eric Swalwell was running for the Democrat nomination for president this year. Clearly Axios didn’t want to hurt Democrats ahead of the 2020 election.

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Still, the report is damning.

It is no wonder that so many Democrats were willing to get Fang into bed. Photos of the young spy shows a raven-haired beauty, a slim, shy-looking woman smiling almost self-consciously in photos.

Here she is with Eric Swalwell:

Fang gained access to a long list of Democrat politicians through campaign fundraising, networking, her personal charisma, and even “romantic or sexual relationships with at least two Midwestern mayors,” Axios reported.

It is not known if Fang gained any classified info, but it “was a big deal, because there were some really, really sensitive people that were caught up” in the intelligence network, a current senior U.S. intelligence official told Axios.

Valuable but unclassified political intelligence information could have included their habits, preferences, schedules, social networks, and rumors. “Collecting such information is a key part of what foreign intelligence agencies do,” Axios reported.

Fang reportedly became connected to Swalwell from 2010 to 2012 when he was a Dublin City, California, councilman. Fang was a fundraiser for Swalwell. At one point, she was even allowed to place interns with Swalwell, including one that ended up in his D.C. office when he became a congressman.

One of writer Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian’s Twitter threads about her story contains some interesting bullet points:

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