Tesla Hacked? Kyle Bass Raises Questions On CCP-Linked Angela Chao’s Death

The unexpected death of Angela Chao, the CEO of Foremost Group and sister-in-law of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, has sent shockwaves through both business and political circles. Chao, aged 50, lost her life in what appears to be a car accident at a private Texas ranch in Blanco County. However, the circumstances surrounding her death have sparked speculation and raised eyebrows, given her prominent affiliations and recent geopolitical tensions.

Chao, known for her leadership in the shipping industry and her role in her family’s business empire, was described by her father, Dr. James S.C. Chao, as “a brilliant woman, a charismatic and visionary leader.” Her sudden demise has left her family devastated, with Dr. Chao expressing profound grief over the loss of his daughter, highlighting her exceptional qualities and contributions to both the business world and her community.

As the CEO of Foremost Group, a dry bulk shipping company founded by her parents in 1964, Angela Chao was a respected figure in the maritime industry. Her dedication to excellence and commitment to sustainable practices earned her praise as a formidable executive and a trailblazer for women in leadership roles.

“Angela’s name in Chinese sounds like the characters for peace and prosperity. She certainly gave more than her share of both to this world,” remarked her family in a poignant statement, reflecting on her legacy and impact.

“Was her Tesla hacked?”

However, amidst the tributes and accolades, questions linger about the circumstances surrounding her death. Chao’s ties to China, through her position on the board of state-owned Bank of China and other entities, have drawn attention, particularly in light of recent geopolitical tensions and sanctions imposed on Chinese companies.

Her husband, Jim Breyer, a prominent venture capitalist with investments in China, recently announced a hiatus from investing in Chinese tech companies following his firm’s designation as a ‘Chinese military company’ by the U.S. Department of Defense. Chao’s own company, China Shipbuilding Corporation, faced sanctions from the Biden administration, further adding to the complex web of connections surrounding her untimely demise.

The manner in which Chao lost her life, reportedly backing her Tesla into a pond on the ranch, has raised suspicions, with some speculating about the possibility of foul play or technological interference. Concerns have been voiced regarding the adequacy of the investigation, given the international implications and the potential involvement of sophisticated actors.

“Was her Tesla hacked? I’m not sure the Blanco County Sheriff has the tools necessary to investigate this internationally charged, suspicious death,” expressed Hayman Capital Management CIO Kyle Bass, highlighting the challenges facing the authorities tasked with probing the incident.

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2 thoughts on “Tesla Hacked? Kyle Bass Raises Questions On CCP-Linked Angela Chao’s Death

  • February 20, 2024 5:00 PM at 5:00 pm

    What is the ranch address and who owns it, why is this so secretive.

    • February 26, 2024 9:37 PM at 9:37 pm

      theres some vides on a few yt channels where they look into a lot of those details. I hope more information comes from this. Texas citizens have guns and drones right?


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