This link between the Bush family and the Tiananmen Square Massacre will blow your mind

Over the years, the Bush family has been the subject of so many theories, fantasies, and conspiracies, it is hard to hash out what’s fact or fiction.

Secret societies, espionage, shady business deals, nepotism, corruption, it’s all there and each story seems to be more sensational than the next.

But what this veteran journalist uncovered about the Bush family could trump them all.

In his new book, “Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win,” Peter Schweizer documents the deep financial ties between American elites, like the Bushes, and the Chinese Communist Party.

One such relationship that Schweizer highlighted was between Prescott Bush, brother of President George H.W. Bush and uncle to President George W. Bush, and Chinese leader Jiang Zemin.

In 1989, Zemin became chairman of the Chinese Communist Party by the end of June, the same month in which the Tiananmen Square massacre occurred.

Now, while Zemin was not the leader of the CCP when the massacre actually happened, he did become the face of the tragedy for his enthusiastic public defenses of it and orchestrating a heavy media censorship of it within China.

Zemin told reporters at the time, “We do not believe that there was any tragedy in Tiananmen Square … What actually happened was a counterrevolutionary rebellion aimed at opposing the leadership of the Communist Party and overthrowing the socialist system.”

While we may never know the true total of deaths from the massacre, scholars estimate that the CCP killed at least 10,000 people.

However, that didn’t deter the Bush family from continuing their friendship with the man who tried to cover up the massacre of thousands of innocent civilians.

And that’s because before Jiang became leader of the CCP he was the mayor of Shanghai, and as mayor, he forged a lucrative friendship with Prescott Bush and together they built a golf club in the city for foreigners there on business.

After the massacre occurred, Prescott did everything he could to oppose sanctions being placed on the communist country, including directly lobbying his brother and then-President George H.W. Bush.

As a result, H.W. never imposed any sanctions on China for the bloodshed.

In fact, the entire time George H.W. & George W. Bush served as president, America more or less left China alone, allowing them to become the economic powerhouse they are today.

Can we truly hang America’s entire Chinese foreign policy during the Bush years on the friendship and business relationship between Prescott Bush and leader Zemin?

Probably not.

But there are enough “coincidences” and evidence present that it does demand further investigation and Peter Schweizer’s book is a good place for Congress to start digging.

Stay tuned to Right News Wire for more updates to this ongoing story.

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