Sunday 30 January 2022

New Book Exposes Bush Family’s Several Ties To China


Peter Schweizer’s new book Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win has exposed the Bush family’s connections to China.

The book points out that the Bush family has ties to former Chinese President Jiang Zemin, the architect of the Tiananmen Square massacre.

George H. W. Bush’s brother Prescott Bush got a golf course opened in China while George H. W. Bush was President — it was one of the few approved by the Chinese government.

Breitbart reported: 

Before he became president, the Bush family benefitted from a relationship with Jiang during his tenure as mayor of Shanghai, now China’s largest city. In 1989, as the elder President Bush settled into the presidency, his brother Prescott “closed a deal to build a golf club in Shanghai for foreign business executives” shortly before an official visit from his brother, Schweizer wrote. “It was one of the few golf courses in China that received government approvals required for construction.”

“The mayor of Shanghai during negotiations for the golf course, Jiang Zemin, became a Bush family friend who later became the premier of China,” Schweizer noted. Prescott had been forging business ties in the country since his brother became vice president under Ronald Reagan. At the time, the Cold War had taken up almost the entirety of America’s foreign policy conversation, with China a distant, at best, concern.

During George W. Bush’s presidency, his brother Neil Bush got a contract with a Chinese company called Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing.

Despite Neil Bush seemingly having no qualifications for the job. Also from Breitbart:

“During the George W. Bush presidency, a new generation of Bushes began securing deals with Chinese officials,” Schweizer writes in his book. “Neil Bush, brother of the president, signed a contract with a Chinese company called Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing. Bush had no background in computing, but the firm paid him $400,000 a year.”

The Bush Family’s ties to China are still ongoing.

During the pandemic, the Bush Foundation sent two million masks to China.

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