BREAKING: Clinton Fundraiser BREAKS SILENCE On Why He Fears For His Life- Releases SECRET VIDEO



Those that make enemies of the Clintons have a nasty habit of turning up dead.

It seems that Johnny Chung, a Chinese-American businessman heavily involved in an illegal Clinton campaign financing scheme, believed he was next on the Clinton hit list.

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As a means of insurance, he recorded a secret tell-all confession in order to do what he felt was necessary to save his life back in 2000.


Chung was a fundraiser for Bill Clinton during his re-election bid.

He played an instrumental role in illegally funneling money from a variety of Chinese officials into the Clinton coffers for Bill’s reelection bid.

Chung and the Clintons at a fundraising event – Chung is to the left of Hillary and that’s Hillary’s message and signature on the photo.


Chung recorded his testimony while he was in hiding, and gave it to trusted friends and family members along with instructions to release it to the media in the event of his death, especially if said death were to occur under what could potentially be deemed as suspicious circumstances. This video was the source of research material for author David Weed in his book, “Game of Thorns.” That book traces China’s bids to buy Washington influence from the Clintons during Hillary’s unsuccessful 2016 bid for the presidency.

Apparently, the relationship between Chung and the Clintons went sour during the so-called “ChinaGate” scandal. Chung was accused of funneling more than $300,000 from the Chinese military intelligence chief to the Democratic National Committee through U.S. straw donors. Chung was cooperative with the investigation conducted by Justice Department officials.  He was eventually convicted and sentenced to five years probation for his actions.  He then went into hiding shortly thereafter.

Chung was advised to film the video as an insurance policy by a retired U.S. government official, telling that the odds of Chung surviving would increase dramatically if he were to go public with what had happened.

According to Chung, he was strong-armed by the Clintons into participating in these donations.  During a two-year period, Chung would visit the Clinton White House a sum total of 57 times during the mid-1990s. The purpose of the meetings was to persuade Chung to set up meetings with then-President Bill Clinton and the top Chinese military official that sourced the funds for the Clintons.

When U.S. District Judge Manuel L. Real sentenced Chung, he was urged by Democratic Party officials to give him a much stiffer sentence.  Democrats claimed that Chung misled the DNC on the purpose and source of the funds. Judge Real refused to so, stating, “It’s very strange that the giver pleads guilty and the givee gets off free.”

Chung is believed to be alive and well still but currently residing in China.

h/t – Daily Mail and BizPac Review

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