Skip to comments.Chinese-born Yu Meng, Who Invested California Public Employees’ Retirement Funds in Blacklisted Chinese Military Suppliers, Suddenly Resigns
Posted on 08/10/2020 3:19:01 PM PDT by CheshireTheCat
In March 2020, just weeks before California Gov. Gavin Newsom was negotiating a $1 billion mask deal with a Chinese company, National Security Adviser Robert OBrien announced that the Trump administration was looking at investments in blacklisted Chinese military companies by the states public employees retirement system, known as CalPERS. There were also questions about the relationship between CalPERS Chief Investment Officer, Chinese-born U.S. citizen Yu Meng, and the Chinese Communist Party. CalPERS executives vigorously defended Meng, even posting a long defense of their investments in China on their website, but Meng suddenly stepped down Wednesday, effective immediately. In a press release posted after the end of business Wednesday, there was no reason given for Mengs departure.
Meng, 50, hinted that health issues contributed to his decision (if indeed it was his decision):
(Excerpt) Read more at redstate.com ...
Sum Ting Wong here, very wrong. Silly post and I am withdrawing it as I post. /s
Did anyone check to see if the CalPers money was still showing he bank or did this guy wipe the slate clean?
RETARDED. ThiS is the definition.
Can we all just stipulate that Creepy Joe is at the least a CCP asset?
California reaches deep into that big barrel of stupid and pulls out another winner !
He and his partner Yuk Fu.
Who was this guy’s chauffeur?
Who was this guys chauffeur?
Diane something or other....
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