CODEPINK founder Jodie Evans, who worked as Obama’s ex-campaign bundler, turns into a CCP shill after marrying socialist benefactor of far-left causes
By Belle Carter // Aug 29, 2023

Its website defines CODEPINK as a feminist grassroots organization working to "end U.S. warfare and imperialism, support peace and human rights initiatives and redirect resources into healthcare, education, green jobs and other life-affirming programs." The group used to scream, yell and wave signs to disrupt congressional hearings, and in 2015, it vehemently criticized China's oppressive communist regime.

Its co-founder Jodie Evans said her group demands that "China stop brutal repression of their women's human rights defenders" and posted a photo with a Chinese dissident. But that was before Evans, who also worked as a bundler for Barack Obama's 2008 presidential campaign, married socialist millionaire Neville Roy Singham in 2017.

Over the weekend, the New York Times exposed a Maoist propaganda shill for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) involving the couple. It reported that the tech mogul's funding to non-profit groups ended up in CODEPINK's coffers. Now, the tables have turned as the so-called antiwar group has now become an abettor of communist China. Evans now "portrays the authoritarian regime as a defender of the oppressed and a model for economic growth without slavery or war," the news outlet wrote.

Following their wedding in Jamaica, about a quarter of the "grassroots" organization's donations amounting to more than $1.4 million have come from two groups linked to Singham. The first was one of the UPS store nonprofits while the second was a charity that Goldman Sachs offers as a conduit for clients' giving used by Singham in the past. His far-left not-for-profits such as No Cold War "echo Chinese government talking points, echo one another, and are echoed in turn by the Chinese state media," reports said. "None of them has registered under the Foreign Agents Registration Act."

According to the New York Post's lengthy expose, Evans was recently asked if she had anything negative to say about China. "I can't, for the life of me, think of anything," she responded. She ultimately had one "petty" complaint: She had trouble using China's phone-business requirements document (brd) payment apps.

Meanwhile, her husband, who has "long admired Maoism," lives in China. His office is adorned in red and yellow and sits on the 18th floor of Shanghai's swanky Times Square. He shares the office with a Chinese media company called Maku Group, which aims "to tell China's story well." Singham works closely with the Chinese government media machine and is financing its propaganda worldwide, according to the Times. Just last month, Singham "attended a Chinese Communist Party propaganda forum," where he jotted in a "notebook adorned with a red hammer and sickle," the news outlet reported.

Evans has reportedly embraced her husband's pro-Beijing attitudes and has gone so far as to defend China's genocide of the Uyghur people in the Xinjiang province, calling the Uyghurs "terrorists." Back in June, the feminist group showed up at the office of Rep. Seth Moulton (D-Mass), where they "denied evidence of forced labor in Xinjiang and said the congressman should visit and see how happy people were there," the news outlet further reported.

CODEPINK's website even included a "Frequently Asked Question" section on the Uyghurs. "Our concern is that it is being used as a tool to drive the U.S.'s hybrid war on China," it stated, "instead of a human rights issue that needs to be addressed as such." The said page provides links to "helpful resources" on the topic, one of which appears to treat the plight of the Uyghurs as a human rights nonissue: A video featuring Evans and British academic John Ross shows the latter insisting that Uyghur genocide allegation as "farcical" and a "total lie." (Related: China's Xinjiang province now a giant PRISON CAMP as Uyghurs face abuses inside their own homes.)

While the media portal prided itself on being "the first to unravel" Singham's network, other wealthy leftists have long meddled in American politics. Swiss billionaire Hansjorg Wyss, for example, has evaded U.S. bans on foreign donations to fund the shadowy left-wing network Arabella Advisors, the Washington Free Beacon reported.

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