By Rick Moran
The issue of a Chinese spy working in the office of California senator Dianne Feinstein has become the non-story of the year – perhaps of the young century. Details of the whys and wherefores regarding the employment of a Chinese operative in the office of the former chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee don’t seem to interest anyone in particular, but especially the media and even leading Republicans.
It’s as if a veil has been drawn over the entire story. And what a story it is.
The questions that Feinstein herself is avoiding are related not only to the spy in her office, but also to Feinstein’s longstanding ties with the Chinese communist government and the cozy relationship she has cultivated with it.