Georgia Democrat operative Stacey Abrams is a possible second-time candidate for governor in 2022. She has also been on the board of the Center for American Progress (CAP), and is an alumni of The New Dealers, a 'progressive' network which seeks to push the radical leftist agenda.
Both of the organizations above have been intertwined with the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), a Chinese Communist Party lobbying organization which works to influence American politicians, reported The National Pulse.
Many Democrat politicians and staff have taken trips to China under the CUSEF banner.
The NewDEAL brings together leaders focused on expanding opportunity, helping them develop and spread innovative ideas to spur economic growth that is equitable and sustainable. Most importantly, the organization facilitates the exchange of ideas among its members and connects them with other pro-growth progressive political, policy, and private sector leaders, declares The Suburban Times from information on the group's website.
Dozens of NewDEALers have ascended to higher office during the last few years. Past members include Secretary Pete Buttigieg, Stacey Abrams, Jason Kander, and six leaders who have been elevated to the U.S. House and Senate since 2018, such as Strickland, adds The Suburban Times.