More photos have surfaced on social media that raise questions about U.S. politicians’ ties with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in the wake of an explosive report on the Party’s influence into the American government network.

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) was seen in a picture celebrating Tibetan New Year next to Baimadajie Angwang, a New York police officer arrested for serving as an “illegal agent” of the CCP. 

According to a report published by The National Pulse in September, the photo was posted to Ocasio-Cortez’s Instagram. The photo resurfaced as the congresswoman was campaigning to defund the police. 

Angwang, who wore his New York Police Department uniform, also served in the U.S. Army Reserve. He was arrested on federal charges of acting as an illegal agent of the CCP.

Angwang reportedly spied on his fellow ethnic Tibetans and reported to officials at the Chinese Consulate in New York, CNBC reported. 

The National Pulse report emerged on the heels of a revelation that Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), who sits on the sensitive House Intelligence Committee, has ties to a suspected Chinese spy, Christine Fang. 

United States National Intelligence former acting Director Richard Grenell said Wednesday that Swalwell’s story is only “the tip of the iceberg,” and, “There’s a variety of mayors, governors, senior people” involved in the matter. 

“Eric Swalwell did exactly what the Chinese wanted. We need to figure out are there others? And I can tell you without giving away too much intelligence this is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the leverage that China [the CCP] is putting on our politicians. There are many, many more,” Grenell said. 

As Republican officials are unifying in support of President Donald Trump’s legal battle against a well organized and systemic election fraud, several still keep silence. 

Among those who have yet to step up for the fight for election integrity was Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R). Reynolds was spotted in photos with Chinese leader Xi Jinping by Twitter user Ron.

“Not everybody gets to shake the hand of the Chinese Chairman Xi Jinping,” Ron wrote. “Iowa’s governor Kim Reynolds has though. Has Kim Reynolds ever taken CCP money? Why hasn’t Iowa signed onto the Texas election lawsuit?”

As of Wednesday, 21 states have supported Texas lawsuit challenging the election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Michigan, and Wisconsin. 

In another tweet, Ron also singled out Gov. Andy Beshear (D) of the Republican stronghold state of Kentucky. 

“Chinese Minister Xu Xueyuan attended Kentucky governor Andy Beshear’s inauguration in 2019. Has Andy Beshear taken CCP money?” Ron asked. “We now know Eric Swalwell may have been compromised by CCP sexpionage. Why hasn’t Kentucky joined the Texas election lawsuit?”