Chinese Linked Firm Is Allegedly Funneling Money to Biden
(UnitedVoice.com) – Eugene Yu came to the US from China in the 1980s. His tech company, Konnech, specializes in election software. The company is tiny, with only 20 employees and the same number of customers. Still, the firm finds itself at the center of controversy about election integrity while its founder finds himself facing allegations he failed to secure the personal information of poll workers and charges for embezzlement of public funds. Now, for the trifecta of possible scandals, The National Pulse exposed allegations that Yu and several of his crew have also funneled a good amount of money to Democrats.
The election firm whose CEO just got arrested for lying about having the personal data for 2M American election workers secretly parked on a server in communist China made a lot of political donations in the last few years.
Guess where they ALL went?https://t.co/tvYv7M968F
— Rasmussen Reports (@Rasmussen_Poll) October 8, 2022
On October 7, The National Pulse published its exclusive report about the possible illegal campaign donations of a slew of Konnech employees, including from the founder himself. Yu handed out five personal political donations totaling more than $1,500 to at least two Democratic candidates. He’s not alone, either. Chief Operations Officer Aaron Brown made a small donation to President Joe Biden’s campaign in 2020, despite being on a team that received government grants.
Other prominent Democrats caught by The National Pulse with their hand out for a free boost, regardless of the ethical implications, included Senators Doug Jones (D-AL), Jon Ossoff (D-GA), and Tim Kaine (D-VA), who also played the part of Hillary Clinton’s running mate in the infamous 2016 breakdown of the “Blue Firewall.”
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