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NBC News Exposes Cash 'n' Kerry

Tuesday, 17 February 2004 12:00 AM

NewsMax today acquired a transcript of Monday's broadcast of "NBC Nightly News," which is creating a buzz among those who have seen it.

Reporter Lisa Myers, following up on

"In the summer of 2002, Senate Democrats gathered their biggest corporate and union donors, including NBC's parent company General Electric, for a weekend on exclusive Nantucket Island. The big dinner, hosted by Senator Kerry here at his seaside estate. This list provided to NBC reveals that among those attending the dinner were representatives of five companies under SEC investigation at the time for accounting irregularities and misleading stock ratings," she reported.

Chuck Lewis of the nonpartisan Center for Public Integrity told Myers: "This is a candidate that has raised tens of millions from these people, and he had them over to his estate. You know, don't tell me you're against special interests. They are you."

Lewis noted: "This is a guy who has helped a number of people over the years who have given him money in very explicit, precise ways."

An example offered by Myers: "In 1996, Kerry met with Democratic contributor

NBC News producer Robert Windrem wrote for MSNBC today that Kerry "unwittingly" tried to help "Chinese espionage agent and arms dealer" Liu "in return for campaign contributions."

Liu had "high-ranking positions for two companies responsible for brokering one of the biggest and most controversial arms sales of the 1990s - a $300-million missile deal with Pakistan."

William Triplett, a former Senate Foreign Relations Committee staffer and author of two books on Chinese influence in U.S. politics, told Windrem: "She is a communist. She is a high-tech spy. She is an arms broker, and she met Bill Clinton at a fund raiser and John Kerry in his Senate office."

Chung brought Liu to America in July 1996 and introduced her to the corrupt ways of the Clinton administration.

Readers of NewsMax.com are familiar with Chung. For a review of his role in the Clinton administration's betrayal of the United States to China,

Highlights:

NewsMax has also reported extensively on Liu Chaoying. To find out more about her,

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