Angie Wong Columnist calls Steve Bannon , Gavin Wax and Karoline Leavitt “grifters who sold out the country”

Angie Wong

Angie Wong makes the statement just days after appearing on Steve Bannons network Real America’s Voice with Jeff Crouere. Wong is currently being sued for alleged embezzlement of funds from a contract related to the RAV network and the NFSC

Miami, Florida Aug 8, 2023 ( – By Spartan Investigations – Patrick Collis

Angie Wong Columnist is defaming Steve Bannon, Gavin Wax, and Karoline Leavitt for working with the NFSC. Wong called these patriots “grifters who sold out the country” however Wong herself worked with the NFSC.

The New Federal State of China (NFSC) is a political movement or lobby group created by Guo Wengui and Steve Bannon, with the stated aim of overthrowing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as the Chinese government. Launched on June 4, 2020, in New York City, Opening Ceremony, the body has been referred to by its founders as a “government in exile” of China

Angie Wong is currently being sued by L-Strategies for 1.4 million based on the embezzlement of NFSC-sourced funds as Wong was working with the group for months. The lawsuit was filed with the Clerk of Superior Court, Coweta County, Georgia, Docket SUV2023000784 on June 30, 2023, 04:23 PM. The docket contains dozens of witness statements against Wong.

Angie Wong describes herself as conservative and is a pay-to-play commentator on several media networks. Wong uses a media booker to pay networks to have her on acting as a commentator, she is a customer of the networks, not a salaried journalist.

Spartan Investigations previously published that Angie Wong tried to make President Trump look complicit in a pseudo scandal by filing a false police report about one of Trumps’ bundlers. Wong later tried to embarrass Team Trump and recently defamed a Veterans organization that is supportive of the former president.

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