Earlier this month, the Biden administration said China has been spying on the U.S. from Cuba since 2019. The Journal reported June 8 that a new agreement had been reached to establish a spy base, leading to a Biden administration official’s confession that the truth was worse. “This is an ongoing issue and not a new development,” an official told the outlet June 10. The official told the Journal at that time that China’s “intelligence collection facilities” in Cuba were upgraded in 2019. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
No consequences for the spy balloon. No consequences for spy station in Cuba. No consequences for stealing our jobs. China calls the shots in the Biden Admin https://t.co/jm0zDBheZk— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) June 19, 2023