June 12 – The Biden administration has officially announced over the weekend that China has a base in Cuba and it’s being used to spy on the United States.
But the kicker is, apparently it’s been happening since 2019.
Attorney Clint Barkdoll said, “And they have been slowly expanding their footprint in Cuba to do spying on other countries around the world, but specifically the US. We’re only 100 miles from that Cuban border. I think you’re going to hear a lot more about that this week.”
Michele Jansen of NewsTalk 103.7FM noted, “It seems like the Biden administration is trying to blame the previous administration, but there’s something fishy about that, because there’s this funding that was directed towards Cuba that makes zero sense if they knew this had been going on. So I think we have to find out more information about how much was going on or how much was known going back that far.”
“Totally agree,” Barkdoll said, “I think there is a lot more to the story than we’re being told because when the Journal broke that last week about the eavesdropping operation, the White House first came out and said, well, this is an inaccurate story. Then they came out said, well, the truth is, we’ve known something’s been there since 2019. But there’s some conflicting statements within the White House’s own story. The Journal I note in their reporting today, they’re saying the spy operations have been there since at least 2019, which makes me wonder has it been there for maybe 10 years or 15 years and this is the first anyone’s hearing anything about it?”
Pat Ryan of NewsTalk 103.7FM said, “Epic failures all over this government.”