ID of The Chinese Spy Who Harvested Feinstein For 20 Years Is Now Public … He Was Much More Than Just Her Driver

Kirsters Baish| It was reported by the Gateway Pundit that on Monday evening, the Chinese spy who worked for Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein had been identified. According to the Daily Caller, the spy’s name is Russell Lowe. Lowe was also Senator Feinstein’s own office manager. The Chinese-American spy worked as an aide to Feinstein for two decades.

During her time as US Senate Intelligence Committee Chair, Feinstein employed Lowe as an aide.

Russell Lowe now serves as the Secretary General for the Education for Social Justice Foundation.

He was in attendance at the farewell party back in 2015 that was held for China’s Counsul General in San Francisco, California.

Fox News reports, “At his rally in central Ohio on Saturday night, President Trump took aim at U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, criticizing the longtime member of the Senate Intelligence Committee for reportedly having a suspected Chinese spy on her staff in the past.”

The Washington Times reported that the President said of the Democratic California Senator, “The leader of the Russia investigation, Dianne Feinstein, had a Chinese spy as her driver for 20 years. And she’s leading the Russian ‘witch hunt.’ Isn’t that something? And then she says to me, ‘What did you know about this and that?’ Give me a break.”

Trump continued to comment on Feinstein’s actions, tweeting, “Dianne is the person leading our Nation on ‘Collusion’ with Russia (only done by Dems). Will she now investigate herself?”

On Saturday, Feinstein responded to Trump with a couple of tweets of her own.

Her first tweet read, “The FBI told me 5 years ago it had concerns that China was seeking to recruit an administrative member of my Calif staff (despite no access to sensitive information). I took those concerns seriously, learned the facts and made sure the employee left my office immediately.”

“Compare that to your actions: attacking the FBI and refusing the advice of your national security team. SAD! I appreciated then and now the diligent work of our law enforcement and intelligence agencies and acted in the best interests of the country. Give it a try!” her second message read.