(NationalSentinel) So, there may be something after all to the “rumors” and “legends” behind the so-called ‘Clinton body count.’
As reported exclusively by the UK’sÂ Daily Mail, former bag man for President Bill Clinton and first lady Hillary Clinton, Johnny Chung, secretly made a tape in the 1990s as an insurance policy against beingÂ assassinated.
The paper noted:
A Chinese-American businessman at the center of aÂ ClintonÂ campaign finance scandal secretly filmed a tell-all video as an ‘insurance policy’ - because he feared being murdered.
In footage provided exclusively to DailyMail.com, Johnny Chung spills details on how he illegally funneled money from Chinese officials to Bill Clinton’s 1996 re-election bid.
The Chinese-American Clinton fundraiser recorded the ‘elaborate videotaped testimony’ while in hiding in 2000.
He smuggled it to trusted friends and family with instructions to release it to the media in the event of his untimely death because he believed he was at risk of being assassinated.Â
Chung is believed to still be alive and living inÂ China.Â
The video was obtained by author and historian Doug Wead for his new book Game of Thorns, which traces Hillary Clinton’s unsuccessful 2016 campaign and the Chinese government’s long-running operation to buy political influence in Washington.Â
Accusations that President Clinton provided China with not only unprecedented access to his White House, but also sensitive military technologies, flew throughout the latter portion of his presidency.
As Matthew Vadum recounted inÂ Frontpage Magazine in December, information transfers included extremely sensitive and highly valuable ballistic missile targeting technology:
With all this talk of Russians allegedly interfering in U.S. elections, it is worth recalling that it wasnâ€™t too long ago that the previous Democrat in the White House betrayed America by working hand in hand with our Communist enemies in mainland China.
As president, Bill Clinton essentially wiped out any strategic advantage the U.S. had by selling advanced U.S. missile technology to our enemy, the Peopleâ€™s Republic of China.\
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That â€œadministrationâ€™s voluntary release of all the secrets of Americaâ€™s nuclear tests, combined with the systematic theft of the secrets that were left as a result of its lax security controls, effectively wiped out Americaâ€™s technological edge,â€ David Horowitz writes in the recently published,Â The Black Book of the American Left Volume 7: The Left in Power: Clinton to Obama.
Unlike the administrations that preceded it, the Clinton administration accepted millions of dollars from the military and intelligence services of at least one hostile foreign power. All of this was done in exchange for illegal campaign contributions from a massive totalitarian country determined to eclipse the U.S. as a world superpower.
Chung was at the center of this, as was another Chinese businessman,Â Yah Lin “Charlie” Trie. These two were assisted by longtime Clinton bagman, Terry McAuliffe, now the governor of Virginia:
McAuliffe helped a company called Loral Space get seats on official trade missions. He reportedly convinced the Clinton administration to overrule national security officials in order win approval for a Loral deal that gave Red China critical missile technology. Loral’s chief executive officer became the Democratic National Committeeâ€™s largest donor and McAuliffe became DNC chairman.
Chung said he began fearing for his life after publicly admitting he had directed money from the Chinese government to the Clinton reelection campaign in 1996, a major violation of U.S. campaign finance laws, then and now. (In the case of Hillary Clinton’s recently unsuccessful presidential bid, money from foreign governments seeking to ‘buy access’ did so by contributing tens of millions of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.)
TheÂ Daily Mail noted further:
The video grew out of a controversy in the mid-1990s when evidence surfaced that Chinese officials were pouring hundreds of thousands into then president Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign through American straw donors.
Chung, one of the main players in the ‘Chinagate’ scandal, was accused of giving over $300,000 to the Democratic National Committee on behalf of the head of China’s military intelligence agency during Clinton’s reelection bid.Â
Chung cooperated with the Department of Justice during the investigation, and was sentenced to five years of probation for campaign finance violations, bank fraud and tax evasion in 1998.
No one would go to such lengths to protect themselves if there wasn’t something to all the rumors we heard throughout the 1990s and since about how people close to the Clintons wind up six feet under.