Obama-era ambassador's educational institute funded by CCP-linked donor
A recent report definitely nails former President Barack Obama in an insider communist conspiracy.
"The institute founded by former President Obama's ambassador to China is funded by a Chinese company whose founder has deep ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and was recognized as the party’s 'National Outstanding Communist Party Member' in 2021," Fox News reported.
"The Max S. Baucus Institute at the University of Montana School of Law, which was co-founded by former Ambassador to China Max Baucus and his wife in 2017 after their return from China following the Obama administration, released its annual report last month thanking Chinese company Wanxiang Group as one of its 'major' corporate sponsors," reported Fox News.
"In 2022, we received $1.15 million from foundations, individuals, and corporations," the report reads. "We thank these generous donors for supporting our mission."
"The Baucus Institute currently offers a China study abroad program, called the 'Baucus Institute-Wanxiang Fellow Summer Study Abroad Program,' which sends University of Montana students to Hangzhou. Co-hosting the program with the Baucus Institute is the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), which was founded by top CCP official Tung Chee-hwa," reported Fox.
Hunter Biden has previously boasted about his "very good relationship" with former Ambassador Baucus. Hunter's business associates arranged multiple meetings with Baucus, according to emails found on the Laptop from Hell.
"Less than two months after Baucus was sworn in by then-Vice President Biden as ambassador in late February 2014, Hunter and his business associates at BHR Partners began arranging meetings with Baucus," reports Fox News.
Source: Fox News