Open letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi

August 10, 2020

Hon. Nancy Pelosi
Speaker
U.S. House of Representatives Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Madame Speaker:
We write in connection with your responsibility as Speaker of the House to appoint Democratic members of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI). One of those currently serving as the Chairman of its Intelligence Modernization and Readiness Subcommittee, Rep. Eric Swalwell, is clearly a national security risk and we call upon you to remove him immediately from this Committee, thus terminating his exposure to our nation’s most sensitive secrets.

As you know, the Congressman has admitted to having a relationship with a female Chinese spy known as “Fang Fang.” Press accounts indicate that the Intelligence Community (IC) has prepared a classified report on the character of that relationship. Presumably, it also assesses the degree to which such behavior has compromised Rep. Swalwell, endangering information to which he has privileged access as a senior member of the HPSCI and that would be of interest to the Chinese Communist Party and its People’s Liberation Army.

If so, the question occurs: Has the IC rendered a judgment about whether Eric Swalwell even now could be regarded – and run – by China’s Ministry of State Security as one of its intelligence assets?

As you know, the magnitude of the threat we are facing from the Chinese Communist Party is such that we cannot allow any avoidable intensification of that danger to arise from unforced errors. Eric Swalwell’s continued presence on the House Intelligence Committee is one such error and we call on you to rectify it at once.

Sincerely,

Brian Kennedy, Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger: China; former President, Claremont Institute; President of American Strategy Group*
Hon. Pete Hoekstra, former United States Ambassador to the Netherlands; former Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Hon. Sue Myrick, former Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Hon. Michele Bachmann, Dean, Regents University Law School; former Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
Hon. Dave Brat, former Member of Congress*
Hon. Fred Fleitz, President and CEO, Center for Security Policy; former Professional Staff Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence; former Chief of Staff, National Security Council
Lieutenant General William “Jerry” Boykin, U.S. Army (Ret.), former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence; former Commander, Delta Force*
Admiral Jerome L. Johnson, USN (Ret.), commander of the U.S. Second Fleet, Joint Task Force 120, NATO’s Striking Fleet Atlantic (1988-1990), Vice Chief of Naval Operations (1990-1992)
Major General Joseph Arbuckle, U.S. Army (Ret.), former Commanding General, U.S. Army Operations Support Command
Hon. Kenneth deGraffenreid, former Deputy National Counterintelligence Executive, former Senior Director for Intelligence, National Security Council; former Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy; former Professional Staff Member, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence; and Captain, U.S. Navy Reserves (Ret.)*
Hon. Robert Charles, Esq., former Assistant Secretary of State, former White House counsel; former Naval Intelligence officer*
Hon. Ed Timperlake, Editor, Defense.info; former Assistant Secretary of Veterans Affairs; former Marine aviator*
Hon. Michael Anton, Lecturer, Hillsdale College; former Special Assistant to the President; senior staff member, National Security Council
David Wurmser, former Middle East Adviser to US Vice President Dick Cheney; former special assistant to John R. Bolton at the State Department; research fellow on the Middle East at the American Enterprise Institute
Frank J. Gaffney, Executive Chairman, Center for Security Policy; Vice Chairman, Committee on the Present Danger, China; former Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy (Acting)*
Bradley Johnson, President, Americans for Intelligence Reform, former Senior Operations Officer and Chief of Station, Central Intelligence Agency*
Charles “Sam” Faddis, Esq. former Clandestine Service Officer, Central Intelligence Agency; former Assistant Attorney General of Washington State; former Army Captain*
Dr. Peter Pry, PhD, Executive Director, EMP Task Force on National and Homeland Security; former CIA Senior Analyst Nuclear Weapons and Strategy; former Professional Staff Member, House Armed Services Committee; and former Chief of Staff, Congressional EMP Commission*
Dr. Angelo Codevilla, PhD, former Professional Staff Member, Senate Select Committee on Intelligence*
Joseph Bosco, former China Desk Officer, Office of the Secretary of Defense
Captain James Fanell, U.S. Navy (Ret.), former Director of Intelligence and Information Operations, U.S. Pacific Fleet*
Colonel John Mills, U.S. Army (Ret.); former Director,
Colonel Robert Maness, CEO, Iron Liberty Group LLC and host of The Rob Maness Show; former Vice Commander of Air Force Airborne Intelligence Wing; Commander Kirtland Air Force Base*
Captain Mike Schauf, U.S. Navy (Ret.), former Naval Intelligence Officer Captain Stuart Cvrk, U.S. Navy (Ret.)
Gunnery Sergeant Jessie Jane Duff, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.); Military Advisor, Committee on the Present Danger: China*
Dr. Bradley Thayer, PhD, Professor of Political Science, University of Texas, San Antonio; and former Fellow at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government*
Steven Mosher, President, Population Research Institute*
Professor Arthur Waldron, Lauder Professor of International Relations, University of Pennsylvania*
Kevin Freeman, Founder, National Security Investment Consultants Institute; author; and host of Economic War Room*
Dr. Suzanne Scholte, PhD, President, Defense Forum Foundation; Seoul Peace Prize Laureate; Chair, North Korea Freedom Coalition*
Faith McDonnell, Director of Advocacy, Katartismos Global*
Dr. Roger Canfield, PhD, professor; author; researcher; former Naval officer
Chet Nagle, CEO, Ravenna Associates, LLC; former Naval aviator and Defense Department official*
Maura Moynihan, Author, Red Apple Media; former Radio Free Asia/Nepal bureau chief; columnist with The Asian Age*
* Member, Committee on the Present Danger: China
cc:
Hon. Kevin McCarthy, House Minority Leader
Hon. Steny Hoyer, House Majority Leader
Hon. Adam Schiff, Chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Hon. Devin Nunes, Ranking Member, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence
PresentDangerChina.org | Page 3
Cybersecurity Policy, Strategy, and
International Affairs, Office of the Secretary of Defense*

12 thoughts on “Open letter to Speaker Nancy Pelosi

  1. If Nancy doesn’t do this essential task, is she compromised ? Who investigates that ? shocking

  2. Currently my view is we’re a captured nation in addition lie detector tests and under oath debriefs should be given regardless.
    1: if you do business with a communist you are a communist .
    2: if contort with a communist and your a US citizen not on a mission of gathering information you have been wreck-less.
    I again say there is no room for discussion with communist no benefits given if you receive gratuity’s from communist your a communist. The time is up for behavior that could hurt the well being of Americans that do not know or want to know the dangers of murderous communist and their ways and means. This country is ours and many people have fought and lost their lives for us. Many in the cia , fbi , police , all military fight each day to keep us safe. No risk no room for risky behavior when it comes to the safety of our most precious assets the American people.
    God bless America
    US Army Veteran

  3. depriving or scaring or intending to cause fear in people and children is wanton. It’s also a embedded tactic of the ccp. Those whom have endeavored to do this skirt the very essence and being and soul of this country. Granted a bio agent/ virus exists but we have hundreds of thousands of doctors and not 1 doctor to help stem this.
    Each time a individual whom has responsibility over other citizens that makes choices that help him or her but maybe risks others erode the fabric of our system. Those whom have done this I plead you resign and
    Get with some of our intel people and if damage has been done help the country tell us . You have a duty now if you think you have been breeched by the communist. I assure you they won’t help you they will toss you like a old rag.

  4. There needs to be a new rule to require any house committees wanting ‘intel’ to have a clearance and background check before being put into the position or at the very least a minimum financial disclosure.

  5. The other issue is if your breeched by communist please resign if your in any form of government federal local or otherwise.
    Also if you find yourself on the fear propaganda team you are a communist. Any eroding to human basic needs also makes you a war criminal FYI. Be so advised if your a participant in any activity that deprives humans of their basic rights your guilty.
    Citizens of this country are not meant to be subjugated as this or that. Such subjugated behaviors are consistent with communist.
    Stay tuned America you have rights and those whom violate them under a guise or illusion will be tried and brought to justice. The oath for those that are in government positions is to the constitution and WE THE PEOPLE. The greater good pontification is a illusion and is communist. We owe it to our children and their children’s children. Do
    not let anyone tell you freedom and human rights do not matter.

  6. Zulu Cello says: still stands
    January 28, 2021 at 8:35 am
    I have written before about China and their plight – many are those they have schemed – one thing to consider is they may be near running their wave or riding –
    For instance their bribes , blackmail tactics have given them favorable odds from a economic standpoint- they may have pushed to far –
    If for instance China had anything to do with the SARS / cov-2 covid19 being released they may have made a mistake and countered their own position.
    I say that because the virus has revealed that freedom and freedoms are still paramount in the minds of most Americans. So the virus has pulled part of the curtain back if you will and reveals barbed wire and control tactics. It also has sent established financial mechanisms scrabbling , and control features have rooted itself against our freedom. None of this in the end helps China whom is a defunct corporation that steals technology and makes cheap product to the whim of the worlds desire using slave labor. They have counted on “ they will buy if it’s less expensive” Certain American companies have based their business model on those products and sold accordingly. With the curtain being pulled back , China has exposed their weakness. They are dependent on America to buy their garbage . China has now panicked because they are losing the optics game . Now they are exploiting and demanding tactics that make their position stronger. By doing so it also has revealed those whom are loyal to China and monies basically earned through crimes against humanity and stolen technology. So Americans have wised up if you will and understand that America needs these jobs here on America – the handful of financial entities that are afraid of the sprit of Americans are also in a panic . This has been exhibited by “ paid for support of causes that are designed to break the sprit of Americans . In the end China will have a choice “ force “ which doesn’t help their crumbling economy or drop back and resume their role as “ we will make it cheaper” in the hopes America and the world doesn’t pull the whole curtain back and reveal that the actions of this violator of human rights is wrong and has no place whatsoever being accepted by American politicians and Americans and other world leaders . The panicked financial entities whom have been working to erode the American sprit have weakened their position as well . Americans and America stand to gain from the actions of immorality of these actions. America will set its compass and overcome usury, financial theft , high crimes and misdemeanors against our constitution and all Americans and we will pull together and address issues that are relevant and help lift all Americans up .

  7. My prayers are with the innocent children and men and women whom have nothing to do with the lapse in judgment in Afghanistan.
    I also pray for our cia members who were outed via a security breech picture posted on the net. My brothers and sisters in the military my prayers are with you. In case anyone is wondering why security is important . Today your watching when it is not taken seriously what happens.

  8. I wanted to say the folks who signed this letter in my view are dead on. Let’s suppose for a moment if we can on the seriousness of ccp and leaks etc or being compromised. I just saw some videos from the onslaught of covid19 early on where our citizens were put in body bags this video was in nyc. Was it a bio attack ? Did our leading infectious disease doctor brief president trump on the wuhan level 4 and gain of function experiments ?
    Who let the ccp scientists in the country ? I will tell you this has been a mess something isn’t adding up . We’re in year two frankly of the first signs of this bio/agent and we’re losing ground. America is owed answers that is why you can not allow yourself to be breeched or compromised by communists. Communists have zero value on human rights or life. Those screaming to hinder rights need to read up on world war 2 and some of those actors and the subjugation of peoples. Stay strong America sinister people now control Afghanistan.

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