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The CCP Killed the “Red Wave” in 2022 – and Plan to Do it Again in 2024

American intelligence agencies have discovered that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) deliberately interfered in America’s 2022 midterm elections and if we’re not careful – they could do it again in 2024.

The CCP deployed a number of different strategies to ensure they got their desired outcome in the American election.

These strategies included things like retaliation against U.S. lawmakers, the promotion of divisive content, and the impersonation of American voters online.

China has been trying to interfere in U.S. elections for some time now, but never to the extent that they did in this election – which was the first with Biden as president.

 

A declassified assessment published by the director of national intelligence (DNI) assessed that the CCP had a “greater willingness to conduct election influence activities than in past cycles,” because they simply didn’t fear ANY retaliation from the Biden Regime.

I wonder why….

The CCP had one key mission – to ensure that ANY CANDIDATE who was anti-China in any way was kept out of office.

Of course, this meant that for the most part they were putting communist sympathizing Democrats in government.

To achieve this, the CCP gave their operatives more freedom to interfere in U.S. elections while admitting that they did so because they felt “that Beijing was under less scrutiny … and because they did not expect the current administration to retaliate as severely as they feared in 2020.”

The regime took action “to punish [candidates] for their anti-China views and to reward [candidates] for their perceived support of Beijing,” according to the report.

On top of their direct efforts to influence elections, the CCP also sought to use social media accounts, proxy websites, paid influencers, and public relations firms to manipulate U.S. public opinion about China and in favor of pro-China U.S. politicians.

In August 2023 Meta (formerly Facebook) announced that they had purged THOUSANDS of CCP-linked accounts from its platform after discovering that they were conducting the world’s LARGEST online influence operation.

Meta even admitted that this operation was carried out by Chinese law enforcement officials who sought to influence the 2022 midterm elections.

But it wasn’t just Meta.

The “covert influence operation” was active on more than 50 platforms, including Medium, Pinterest, Quora, Reddit, TikTok, Vimeo, X (formerly Twitter), and YouTube.

The CCP network carried out these operations across EVERY social media platform available to Americans and used it to sow division in the states over the most sensitive social issues like abortion and gun control.

Chinese operatives were driving home the narrative that Democrats are the “good guys” on all these issues in order to install CCP loyalists across America.

In September 2023 Microsoft released a report of its own which found that Chinese hackers were impersonating American voters all throughout the 2022 midterm cycle.

“Ahead of the 2022 U.S. midterms, Microsoft and industry partners observed CCP-affiliated social media accounts impersonating U.S. voters—new territory for CCP-affiliated [influence operations],” the report reads.

With more at stake than ever before in the 2024 election, the Chinese will VERY LIKELY ramp up operations to include even more direct election rigging efforts. After all, they can’t risk losing their strongest ally – Joe Biden.


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