Their First Try Backfired, but Giuliani and Allies Keep Aiming at Biden

Their First Try Backfired, but Giuliani and Allies Keep Aiming at Biden

It is unclear if the material featured on the sites linked to Mr. Guo is the same as that provided to The New York Post by Mr. Giuliani, which Mr. Giuliani said came from a laptop turned over to his lawyer by a computer store owner in Delaware.

US poisons China’s international anti-graft efforts

US poisons China’s international anti-graft efforts

Observers and international legal scholars reached by the Global Times questioned the purported connection between the eight suspects and Chinese law enforcement authorities, saying that Chinese officers would ask for local judicial assistance and go through formal procedures to conduct activities under Operation Fox Hunt, “so the suspects involved in the case could have nothing to do with Fox Hunt.”

US media outlets do not care about the reality at all, and they are just after a good story, if anything, said Shen Yi, director at the Research Center for Cyberspace Governance of Fudan University.

Shen also floated a theory that the US Justice Department, headed by Attorney General William Barr, who has been dubbed as a tool of US President Donald Trump, is targeting the Fox Hunt operation to help out fugitive Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui in return for a favor from him. The favor was supposedly posting a sex video of Joe Biden’s son on his GTV website to deal a blow to Trump’s rival in the presidential election.

Guo is wanted for graft and is a high-profile name on the Interpol red notice list. He has lived in the US since leaving China, and claims to be a dissident. US media has previously exposed Guo, along with Steve Bannon, as being a driver of anti-China forces, cooking up a rumor that COVID-19 was engineered in a Chinese lab.