If You’re a Woman and You Sell Secrets to the Chinese, You Only Go to Prison for 40 Months

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 11, 2019

This is totally and completely insane.

What this woman did is “spying” and it is obviously and uncontroversially “treason,” and she gets a 40-month prison sentence.

This is something that used to carry a mandatory death sentence.

But in this country, women are not actually punished for anything, despite having institutionalized advantages over men in every sector of society.

Fed Smith:

A former employee with the State Department has been sentenced to 40 months in prison for hiding her extensive contacts with Chinese agents.

In addition to the prison time, Candace Marie Claiborne also was given three years of supervised release and a fine of $40,000 for conspiracy to defraud the United States. She was convicted of lying to law enforcement and background investigators, and hiding her extensive contacts with, and gifts from, agents of the People’s Republic of China, in exchange for providing them with internal documents from the U.S. State Department.

Claiborne pleaded guilty in April 2019. Plea documents show that she began working as an Office Management Specialist for the Department of State in 1999. As a condition of her employment, Claiborne maintained a TOP SECRET security clearance. Claiborne also was required to report any contacts with persons suspected of affiliation with a foreign intelligence agency.

Despite such a requirement, Claiborne failed to report repeated contacts with two intelligence agents of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), even though these agents provided tens of thousands of dollars in gifts and benefits to Claiborne and her family over five years. The gifts and benefits included cash wired to Claiborne’s USAA account, Chinese New Year’s gifts, international travel and vacations, tuition at a Chinese fashion school, a fully furnished apartment, and a monthly stipend. Some of these gifts and benefits were provided directly to Claiborne, while others were provided through a co-conspirator.

In exchange for these gifts and benefits, Claiborne provided copies of internal documents from the Department of State on topics ranging from economics to visits by dignitaries between the two countries.

Claiborne noted in her journal that she could “Generate 20k in 1 year” working with one of the PRC agents, who tasked her with providing internal U.S. Government analyses on a U.S.-Sino Strategic Economic Dialogue that had just concluded.

Claiborne, who confided to a co-conspirator that the PRC agents were “spies,” willfully misled State Department background investigators and FBI investigators about her contacts with those agents, the plea documents state. After the State Department and FBI investigators contacted her, Claiborne also instructed her co-conspirators to delete evidence connecting her to the PRC agents.

This is just hardly even believable.

What this woman did is a helluva lot worse than what Bradley Manning or Edward Snowden did.

What she did is literally the exact same thing that Julius and Ethel Rosenberg did and were executed for in 1953. And they were Jews!

What kind of a country are we running where a woman convicted of operating as a Chinese spy gets less prison time than a man who accidentally kills someone in a car crash?

If a Chinese woman was caught doing this exact same thing, she would be tried and executed within a fortnight.

Maybe this is more than just going light on a woman?

Maybe this woman had information she could have blown the whistle on if she wasn’t given a kiddie sentence for her crime?

It seems like that almost has to be the case.

Because this really just doesn’t make any sense at all.

Top Comments

  1. G-Man says:

    Catlady Privilege!

  2. As someone who used to have a TS/SCI, I am utterly baffled by this. Like, providing a foreign government with things they specifically requested over a period of FIVE YEARS is obviously way worse than what Bradley Manning did.

    Gas women first.

  3. The apotheosis of pussy pass.

  4. Or Edward Snowden, who simply showed everyone that the US was spying on the entire world as well as it’s own citizens, breaking all kinds of laws and treaties. He’s facing three counts with a max of 10 years each.

  5. Kinda funny though. She’s literally going into a cage. Right where she belongs.

  6. Rauta says:

    If they take away her smart phone it will feel like 40 years though… she will go insane®.

  7. This disgusting weakness will only further embolden the chinks.

    Canada, as usual, is even more cucked on this. Some chink “Canadian man” caught spying for the Chinese was given bail and his trial is currently tied up in security disputes and information disclosure.

    The Trudeau government has also allowed chink investors to buy a tech-company that deals with security and defense technology. All with no national security review.

    The rules for what even constitutes spying are ridiculously lenient and foriegn students alone take pretty much everything they learn back to the mainland without even breaking any rules.

    44073_full

  8. Must be something, this habbing a vagene in western society. Something wonderful indeed.

  9. When the Chinese, allied with the Russians, successfully invade the US it could only have been accomplished with complicit elements within the US political, government and military establishments who think it is just fine and dandy to enter a New World Order with the US no longer as a dominant world economic and military superpower.

  10. Julius and Ethel Rosenberg being electrocuted. Ethel proved harder to kill.

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