Report: Chinese Tech in U.S. Could Disrupt Our Nuclear Missiles — and More

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Assessment: Can you name one calamity that the US Faces today that does have its roots in the Obama Administration? I can’t either …

The MAD principle, “Mutually Assured Destruction,” has kept us safe from nuclear attack for more than 70 years. But imagine that China, or Beijing allied with Moscow, launched ICBMs at the United States and we couldn’t respond in kind — and China and Russia knew it. How much disincentive would these nations have against launching a nuclear first strike?

This terrifying prospect could become a reality according to U.S. intelligence officials, as Chinese communications equipment in America could be a technological Trojan horse.

As CNN reported Monday in “CNN Exclusive: FBI investigation determined Chinese-made Huawei equipment could disrupt US nuclear arsenal communications,” the feds uncovered information relating

to Chinese-made Huawei equipment atop cell towers near US military bases in the rural Midwest. According to multiple sources familiar with the matter, the FBI determined the equipment was capable of capturing and disrupting highly restricted Defense Department communications, including those used by US Strategic Command, which oversees the country’s nuclear weapons.

He takes away the understanding of the chiefs of the people of the earth,
And makes them wander in a pathless wilderness. They grope in the dark without light, And He makes them stagger like a drunken man.” Job 12:24-25

 

While broad concerns about Huawei equipment near US military installations have been well known, the existence of this investigation and its findings have never been reported. Its origins stretch back to at least the Obama administration.

It was described to CNN by more than a dozen sources, including current and former national security officials, all of whom spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly.  

It’s unclear if the intelligence community determined whether any data was actually intercepted and sent back to Beijing from these towers. Sources familiar with the issue say that from a technical standpoint, it’s incredibly difficult to prove a given package of data was stolen and sent overseas.   

… But multiple sources familiar with the investigation tell CNN that there’s no question the Huawei equipment has the ability to intercept not only commercial cell traffic but also the highly restricted airwaves used by the military and disrupt critical US Strategic Command communications, giving the Chinese government a potential window into America’s nuclear arsenal.  

Unfortunately, this is just another example in the long-standing phenomenon of globalist pseudo-elites selling us out to China.

Read More @ The New American HERE