Two years and MSM continues to push CCP narratives

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Bloomberg was put under fire on Twitter this week after the self-described ‘non-partisan’ news outlet suggested that China was “vindicated” for its approach to containing COVID-19.

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Bloomberg released an article focusing on China’s COVID ‘vindication’ as omicron closes borders. 

Bloomberg focused on how China focuses on a “Covid Zero approach.” Bloomberg declares China is the most likely place to avoid devastation from the omicron variant.

The approach that China took to contain the virus also drew fire, “while other places pivot to living alongside the virus, China has prioritized weeding out every last infection, saying the health of the population is its main priory.” 

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“The emergence of a new coronavirus variant has provided some vindication for China’s Covid Zero approach, which has kept strict border controls in place since the start of the pandemic,” the account tweeted out on Wednesday. 

A December 1, 2021 tweet from Bloomberg Politics about China's handling of the COVID pandemic. 

With the apparent non-partisan approach to the news from a self-proclaimed “non-partisan news outlet,” Twitter did not take the Bloomberg Politics reporting lightly.

“Two years into the pandemic and major media outlets are still willingly pushing CCP narratives,” tweeted the DC Examiner’s Jerry Dunleavy.

“They welded sick and dying people inside their homes, you absolute shameless f—. This is an actual real tweet and story,” wrote Stephen L. Miller. The Spectator contributing editor also urged other Twitter accounts to reply to the Bloomberg Politics tweet with a picture of a Taiwan flag, “just so they see it.” Several accounts obliged Miller’s request.

Pluribus editor Jeryl Bier described the article’s use of the phrase “weeding out” as “quite the euphemism.”

This is not the first time the media has praised the communist nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. CNBC published an article last year touting a poll indicating that China’s government had received the highest approval rating from its citizens, which is bluntly irresponsible when the disapproval of the CCP leads to death. 

China has also been under fire recently, primarily by the Republican lawmakers who have been criticizing media outlets for the spread of misinformation to downplay the risk and spread of the virus within and from China, along with the malicious disregard for the health and well-being of its citizens and the ethnic minority Uyghur Muslims.

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