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Republican Rep Calls For Impeachment, China Compromises Another American Politician?

Syndicated from illicitinfo| Analysis & Opinion| It appears China has dropped its panda mask and has decided to focus its energies on defeating Donald Trump in 2020.

China already has a severely compromised asset, Joe Biden, leading the Democratic Party’s roster of presidential contenders.

Peter Schweizer in NY Post: Joe Biden Considers China a ‘Business Partner,’ Not a ‘Competitor’

Now, it appears, they are exerting their control over the RINO wing of the Republican Party to damage Trump, as well.

Republican in name only, Justin Amash of Michigan – the same state that has given us Rashida “Impeach the Motherfucker” Tlaib – called for President Trump’s impeachment yesterday.

Amash engaged in a lengthy Twitter rant yesterday calling for the president to be impeached.

Within hours, fellow Arab-American congressman, Rashida Tlaib invited Amash to co-sponsor here impeachment resolution.

Assuming that Amash’s allegiance is to the United States, and not to one or more Arab states, then his financial ties to China become an important consideration in his decision to make himself a pawn in this matter.\

Amash’s family business is manufacturing tools.  The tools are marketed in the U.S. under the name of Tekton Tools.

The tools are manufactured in China though it appears that the Amash family has gone to great lengths to obscure that fact through a series of shell companies.

H/T Sundance at the Conservative Treehouse for deciphering the financial trail:

When you follow the internal link [“MIT-Tool”] within Dynamic Source International website, it connects to the portal of  Tekton Tools:

Dynamic Source International and “Michigan Industrial Tools” (financial disclosure) appear as same corporation doing manufacturing in Hangzhou, China.  The finished product is then shipped/sold in the U.S. by the Amash family (Justin and his brother Jeff) under the name Tekton Tools.

Amash is invested in the company’s “Made-in America” marketing campaign because it had become a campaign issue in 2010 at which time he publicly maintained the lie.

The Chinese know this and are likely dangling it over his head as the Chinese government continues seeking leverage in preparation for the attempted 2020 electoral takedown of President Trump.

In any event, the tariffs President Trump has levied on manufactured goods coming from China, will impose a financial hardship on  Amash’s business.

Let the potential ramifications of this arrangement sink in:

For those who might seek comfort by dismissing this as a tin foil hat conspiracy, consider that China is engaging in election tampering across the globe.

The Epoch Times:

Chinese Propaganda Campaign Targets Australian Prime Minister Ahead of Election

Ahead of Australia’s recent federal election, the country’s prime minister and the ruling Liberal Party [actually the conservative coalition] found itself the target of a propaganda campaign by social media accounts linked to the Chinese communist regime.


Using WeChat to influence the Australian election is only one component of the CCP’s influence campaign, said Chen Yonglin, a former political consul of the Chinese Consulate in Sydney who defected in 2005.

“The CCP has a plan in Australia, and uses all its resources to achieve it. … It wants Labor to win. It will make a lot of moves before the election to make sure Labor will win,” Chen told the Chinese-language edition of The Epoch Times on April 25.

Chen said that the CCP has spent a lot of energy and money on Labor, and thus believes that it “can impact Labor’s policies.”

Sound familiar? [This article represents out opinion and analysis, you can decide for yourself if we are right]

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