Report: Six more Chinese "police stations" are operating in the US beyond the one busted in NYC
· Apr 19, 2023 ·

After the FBI made arrests earlier this week of two individuals operating a Chinese police station in the US, including one individual who appears to be pretty cozy with the Democrats, the New York Post has this report that there are more of these illegal outposts throughout the US.

Of course there's more!

A non-profit called Safeguard Defenders released a report that claims evidence of another one of these illegal police stations in New York, as well as one in Los Angeles.

There are at least 100 of these units across the world and several of them are operating inside the United States, according to the group.

In addition to Los Angeles and New York, the nonprofit has found so-called "overseas service stations" in San Francisco and Houston as well as in cities in Nebraska and Minnesota.

These law enforcement organizations, operated by the Chinese Communist Party, are tasked with spying on Chinese nationals around the world.

When they aren't flying balloons over the US and getting defense intel on the United States, China is setting up its own covert law enforcement agencies all throughout the country.

China is a serious problem, and the Democrats don't seem to care at all.

The criminal complaint against Lu and Chen was unsealed Monday at the same time that 44 other defendants were charged, in two separate complaints in Brooklyn federal court, for various crimes related to illegally acting on behalf of China in the US.

More than 30 of those charged Monday were members of a Chinese police task force, the 912 Special Working Group, that operated as a "troll farm" out of a security building in Beijing, prosecutors said.

It's safe to assume that there are dozens of operatives working at each of these spy outposts in the United States.

If we don't do something about it, we might as well all start learning Mandarin!

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