Biden Transportation Official Caught Helping Chinese Communist Party Tool

( The Deputy Administrator of the Federal Transit Administration, who was recently nominated for Senate confirmation, reportedly has investments in a Chinese technology firm that was flagged by the United States State Department as a “tool” of the Chinese Communist Party.

A Biden official having questionable financial links to China? Who would have thought it…

Nuria Fernandez, one of the big names behind the upcoming $2 trillion “infrastructure” plan (which contains much more than just infrastructure measures), reportedly has a sizeable financial stake in “Tencent,” a Chinese Communist Party-linked company. The value of her share in Tencent stock is anywhere between $1,001 and $15,000, according to her financial disclosure documents.

Tencent was previously described as a “tool of the Chinese government” by the Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, and said that the firm had “no meaningful ability to tell the Chinese Communist Party ‘no’ if officials decide to ask for their assistance.”

Making it, pretty much, a Chinese Communist Party front.

President Joe Biden seems to have plenty of links to the Chinese Communist Party – something we learned after the contents of his son’s laptop were revealed in a New York Post investigative report last year. Documents, emails, and text messages showed how Hunter Biden made lucrative business deals in China while his father was vice president of the United States.

And before anyone suggests that the newly-discovered links between Nuria Fernandez and the CCP are partisan in nature, be sure to take a look at Amnesty International’s rating of Tencent’s data encryption abilities.

The left-wing international organization previously rated the company’s encryption zero out of 100, saying that the company has not “stated publicly that they will not grant government requests to backdoor.”

Why, exactly, is President Joe Biden allowing his government officials to be so heavily linked to the CCP?