FBI Director Wray: Chinese Espionage ‘Most Significant’ Threat Facing US (VIDEO)

On Wednesday, FBI Director Christopher Wray said China, not Russia is the “most significant” long-term threat facing the US today.

Wray sat down for an interview with NBC’s Lester Holt at the Aspen Security Forum Wednesday to discuss many different spy threats facing the US.

The Democrat-media complex is obsessed with Russia, however; Wray clearly states the FBI has economic espionage cases open in all 50 states that trace back to China.

“It covers everything from corn seeds in Iowa to wind turbines in Massachusetts and everything in between,” Wray said of China’s espionage efforts.

Of course Lester Holt wanted to desperately bring the conversation back to Russia and brought up election meddling again.

Christopher Wray did acknowledge Russia’s efforts to influence the public opinion and politics in the US, however he said not to underestimate China’s ultimate goal which is to “position itself as the sole dominant super power. They’re trying to replace the United States in that role.”

“I think China from a counterintelligence perspective represents in many ways represents the broadest, most challenging, most significant threat we face as a country,” Wray said.

He said that China’s espionage efforts are “a whole of state effort” that includes “economic espionage as well as traditional espionage and human sources as well as cyber means.”

“The volume of it, the pervasive of it, the significance of it, is something that I think this country cannot underestimate,” Wray continued.

The main reason why we have never seen actual evidence of Russians hacking into Democrat computer networks is because the reports would also reveal China to be one of the aggressors. The fact that China is spying with such aggressive techniques obliterates the entire Russian hacking narrative spun by Dems and their media sycophants.


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