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TREASON? Honeywell Executives Caught Sending F-22 and F-35 Information to China

America’s largest geopolitical competitor right now is China, a nation that many Americans view as the largest threat to our interests. It’s an evil nation that is committing genocide against the Uighurs, is planning on invading Taiwan, and frequently steals from the US and other Western countries.

Well, it appears that, while most of the American public is worried about the Red Menace, communist China, our elites aren’t. In fact, some of them might be traitors that are giving material comfort to the enemy. According to Aviation Week, “Honeywell has agreed to pay $13 million in fines and compliance costs after company officials sent multiple engineering and technical documents to China with details of multiple aircraft, including the Lockheed Martin F-35 and F-22, over a seven-year period, the U.S. State Department said May 3.

According to a State Department statement on the issue, those engineering and technical documents included “engineering prints showing dimensions, geometries, and layouts for manufacturing castings and finished parts for multiple aircraft, gas turbine engines, and military electronics.”

The Hill elaborates on the issue, reporting that there were 34 violations that took place between 2011 and 2015 and that the executives who shared the documents with “Canada, Ireland, Mexico, China and Taiwan” did so “inadvertently” as part of “normal business discussions.”

Now, perhaps that could be true of discussions with Canada, Mexico, Ireland, and Taiwan. Those nations are all allies or partners with the US and are generally pro-US in outlook.

But China is another matter. For one, why is a US defense contractor doing business with the Red Chinese? Beyond that, why would they ever discuss our two most important fighter jets, the F-22 and F-35, with the Red Chinese? How could sensitive engineering data come up “inadvertently” in a meeting with our nation’s greatest enemy?

To me, this appears to be treason. The definition of treason in America is “Whoever, owing allegiance to the United States, levies war against them or adheres to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort within the United States or elsewhere, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than $10,000; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States.”

Did the Honeywell executives that sent F-22 and F-35 information to China commit treason?

Well, China is our enemy. At this point, everyone but the most radical leftists and naïve globalists understand that. And China needs information on our top fighter jets to defeat them if our differences ever lead to war. Is providing them with that information not “giving them aid?” It sure sounds like it to me…

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The US must wake up to the threat posed by China. No longer can we let them steal our industrial secrets. No longer can we let US businessmen and Chinese spies send sensitive military information back to the mainland. The Honeywell executives that sent sensitive F-22 and F-35 information to China should be treated as traitors. They aided our enemy.

By: Gen Z Conservative. Follow me on Parler, Gab, and Facebook



24 thoughts on “TREASON? Honeywell Executives Caught Sending F-22 and F-35 Information to China”

  1. Pity we don’t have some sort of national investigative body to examine issues of espionage/treason….

  2. The fine is a joke. I take it the liberal doj didn’t want Hunter to be hassled by the chinese investors to the biden crime family. Like in the Government, until the guilty are punished with prison time instead of shaking the petty cash tin, this will continue until HR requires you to study the 1619 project and critical race theory in mandarin!

  3. We in the Free Countries Generally felt the Chinese were ignorant, incapable of original thought, their military is considered “Cannon Fodder” (as Proven in Korea)…..Put that all aside…. Time to Reassess China !!!! Through tremendous effort of Liberal Politicians and Manufactures in the US, Canada, Mexico, Britain, France and Germany, Combined, We have successfully built China into a World Power House (which China could not obtain on her own) All of the mentioned Countries aided and abetted China by attempting to buy her Goodwill by allowing Chinese Engineers and promising “Students” to attend Top Universities, work in sensitive Defense area’s while condemning China’s Government of Atrocities and at the same time encouraging Industries to buy Goods “Made in China” In some cases investing Billions in New Chinese Factories in order to take advantage of super cheap Labor !!!! So, if China’s New Jet Fighters look like F-15’s or F-35 and all their Automobiles look like Toyota’s, the reasons are obvious, they have become Experts at Reverse Engineering as well as becoming Rich enough to buy any and all Politicians and senior VP’s, even CEO’s of Industry receiving Trade Secrets as an “Omiagi” (a small Gift) in return…..So, if China is a Threat today, and they are……We have only to look at our reflection in a mirror to find the Culprit !!!!!!

  4. Daniel Staggers

    Oh, I see, but it was perfectly fine when Bill Clinton sent them the blueprints. Right?

  5. Well, if you do some research, you will find that critical components of all our most advanced military aircraft, naval vessels and virtually any other military or intelligence product with electronics inside are manufactured in China, sooooooo…..

    1. That is patently false. I worked for Lockheed for quite a few years and I can say with certainty that ZERO parts and ZERO materials are sourced from anywhere but the USA.

      1. I’m glad to hear that, but aren’t many F-35 parts sourced from other nations that are involved in the program? I thought I read that, but hopefully, I’m wrong. In any case, I’m sure none of them come from China.

  6. Hang all of the traitors and shut down Honeywell. We, the people, need to send a very serious message to these traitorous bastards.

  7. If found guilty of knowingly sharing classified military info with our enemies they should be shot. Of course, the same could be said of our Pretender-In-Chief and one of his sons.


    Pay-per-view trip to the gallows for those involved in giving the CCP such sensitive data regarding the F-22 and F-35.

  9. Have to execute a couple of these traitorous rats to put a good deterrent in the minds of future greedy, traitorous bastards! Until then it’s just a little risk vs big reward.

  10. Why is there a question mark after the word “Treason” in the headline? It seems pretty clear that it is treason.

  11. Finding these corporations is a joke who are the people that actually committed this treason they need to be arrested charged and sentence.
    The sentence should be death!

    1. Damn straight! You are right. The DOJ should go after the people who actually committed treason, not the corporations, or that would be making the same mistake as the government made in 2008 by bailing out the banks for making subprime mortgages and trading in derivatives, but not one banker who committed the fraud spent a day in jail.

      Unless and until we make these people pay dearly for such high crimes as treason, we will never have justice.

  12. Treason has been committed by Honeywell, members of Congress, members of the FBI, our media, and so many others yet not one person has been brought up on charges.

  13. WTF? When I was in the mainframe computer business (Honeywell was too) we used to refer to Honeywell as “Honeybucket”. Looks like the bucket was full of shit.

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