It was no surprise that a Communist Chinese spy served for almost twenty years in U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein’s San Francisco Office, including while she was the Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee.

Surprisingly, however, the spy was allowed to retire with his pension and without government prosecution. The Chinese spy was Feinstein’s driver who also served as a gofer in her Bay Area office and as her liaison to the Asian-American community. The spy even attended Chinese consulate functions as a stand-in for Senator Feinstein. Feinstein was quick to point out that none of her California office staffers possessed a security clearance, as if this matters when discussing sensitive matters with a staffer nearby--who becomes a near-invisible functionary.

So why should I be surprised to find that the San Francisco Elections Commission has, for the first time in history, appointed a non-citizen who is ineligible to vote as an election official?

More surprising is that Hong Kong native Kelly Wong is an immigrant rights advocate. Wong is said to have arrived in the United States to pursue graduate studies in 2019.

Something seems fishy here as Wong claimed she would also continue her work for the progressive advocacy group Chinese for Affirmative Action—a non-government organization founded in 1969 whose mission is to protect the “civil and political rights of Chinese Americans and to advance multiracial democracy in the United States.” This suspiciously sounds like one of many pro-China front organizations. Wong has worked with the influence group since 2022.

Chinese influence groups seeking citizenship and political power?


Comprising 11 Asian American social justice groups, the Asian Americans for Civil Rights and Equality (AACRE) network focuses on long-term movement building, capacity infrastructure, and leadership support for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders committed to social justice.

Amidst a pandemic and surge in anti-Asian hate, AACRE grassroots groups are supporting and leading marginalized populations including immigrants, refugees, formerly incarcerated individuals, and LGBTQ+ people.

Together, we are advancing an inclusive vision of justice for all communities.


AACRE leverages the power of its network by developing the relationships, critical connections, and unique strengths that exist among its member groups. Shared capacity work includes access to common facilities, financial management, and administrative support systems. Strategic communication and collaborative efforts include retreats, convenings, information sharing, and joint projects that promote a culture of trust, mutuality, and transformation.

  • The Alliance of South Asians Taking Action, works to educate, organize, and empower the Bay Area South Asian communities to end violence, oppression, racism and exploitation within and against diverse communities
  • APEX Express is a weekly magazine-style radio show featuring the voices and stories of Asians and Asian Americans from all corners of the community. The show is produced by a collective of media makers, djs, and activists and airs each week on KPFA 94.1FM.
  • The Asian Prisoner Support Committee works with Asian and Pacific Islander prisoners to educate the broader community about the growing number of APIs in the U.S. being imprisoned, detained, and deported.
  • Asian Refugees United builds intergenerational and inter-ethnic power for positive lasting change through sharing art, healing, culture and political engagement. Started in 2007 as a project of Forward Together, ARU addresses workers’ rights and community health issues in general by building the voice, visibility and power of Bhutanese and Vietnamese immigrant and refugee communities in East Oakland.
  • The mission of Chinese for Affirmative Action is to protect the civil and political rights of Chinese Americans and to advance multiracial democracy in the United States. CAA advocates for systemic change that protects immigrant rights, promotes language diversity, and remedies racial injustice.
  • Hmong Innovating Politics is a grassroots organization whose mission is to strengthen the political power of Hmong and disenfranchised communities through innovative civic engagement and strategic grassroots mobilization.
  • Hyphen is a news and culture magazine that tells the stories of Asian America, beyond identity, featuring emerging artists, thinkers and doers. By documenting and disseminating these stories, Hyphen contributes to the ever-expanding, multifaceted narrative of Asians in America.
  • Lavender Phoenix works to build LGBTQ+ Asian and Pacific Islander power by amplifying the voices and increasing the visibility of LGBTQ+ API communities. Through organizing, Lavender Phoenix inspires and trains leaders, establishes intergenerational connections, and documents and disseminates histories.
  • The Network on Religion and Justice for Asian and Pacific Islander Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer People works to nurture and support efforts toward a fully inclusive Asian Pacific Islander faith community.
  • VietUnity Bay Area – promotes a progressive voice within the Vietnamese Community. Through alliance building, community education, organizing, and collective action, Viet Unity Bay Area works towards positive social change that acknowledges and combats all forms and systems of oppression. VietUnity Bay Area connects it work to broader multi-racial and multi-class movements for social justice and systemic change.
  • Visibility Project is a national portrait and oral history archive highlighting queer Asian Pacific American women, trans, and gender non-conforming communities. The Visibility Project utilizes powerful photography and personal storytelling narratives that embrace the intersections of queer APAs.

According to her bio, Wong has worked with the United Nations International Organization for Migration, which seems to facilitate and fund illegal migration into the United States.

“Born and raised in Hong Kong, I moved to the US in 2019 and finished a master degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. I have devoted my career to championing immigrant rights and equity and inclusion. Prior to graduate school, I worked closely with victims of trafficking, migrant domestic workers, and refugees in Hong Kong while working at Fair Employment Agency, International Organization for Migration, and UNHCR. I am currently working at Chinese for Affirmative Action, which is the fiscal sponsor of Stop AAPI Hate campaign, to provide legal services and advocate for low‐income AAPI immigrants in San Francisco.”

Bottom line…

Consider how many military-age Chinese men are transgressing our open border under the Biden open borders policy. How many will infiltrate American businesses, including those associated with critical infrastructure? [Alarming Rise in Military-Aged Chinese Men Entering US Illegally, Border Patrol Union Chief Warns]

There is no need to engage in war when Americans are willing to sell out their nation for the proverbial thirty pieces of silver or a sexual fling.

Remember Eric Swalwell, another Bay Area Democrat, and his romp with Chinese operative Fang-Fang. The same Swalwell, a member of the House Intelligence Committee who was defended by liar, leaker, perjurer, and evidence fabricator Adam Schiff, who is now running for the U.S. Senate.

Or foreigners fighting the battle in our Courts, using our own Constitution and laws against us—lawfare.

We are so screwed.

-- Steve

“Nullius in verba”-- take nobody's word for it!
"Acta non verba" -- actions not words

“Beware of false knowledge; it is more dangerous than ignorance.”-- George Bernard Shaw

“Progressive, liberal, Socialist, Marxist, Democratic Socialist -- they are all COMMUNISTS.”

“The key to fighting the craziness of the progressives is to hold them responsible for their actions, not their intentions.” – OCS

"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius

“A people that elect corrupt politicians, imposters, thieves, and traitors are not victims... but accomplices” -- George Orwell

“Fere libenter homines id quod volunt credunt." (The people gladly believe what they wish to.) ~Julius Caesar

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