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American News Outlets Are Taking Millions to Push Chinese Propaganda

Does it feel like we’re in the first phase of a civil war right now? This is definitely a craziness that hasn’t been experienced in a generation, and the insane irony is that it’s happening at a time when America has enjoyed the greatest prosperity of any country in the history of the world.

How did we get here? Is the left just that crazy? Well, that’s part of the problem, but this radicalization isn’t random. It’s the result of a concerted effort, and we can now prove who is really pulling the strings.

It’s China. That might not surprise you, but you need to understand exactly how they’re doing this.

If you don’t know about China Daily, you’re in the majority. This is one of the most insidious Chinese plots to hit our country in a while. China Daily is an English newspaper that circulates in the U.S. It also happens to be owned by the Chinese Communist Party.  It is straight up a Chinese propaganda outlet that circulates in free countries. That’s a huge problem, but, unfortunately, it’s only the beginning.

China Daily has given millions of dollars to The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal since 2016. It’s all on record. In exchange for this money, both papers have repeatedly published an insert called “China Watch.” These inserts look like news articles, but they’re really pro-Beijing propaganda.

Let that sink in. Two of the ‘most reputable’ newspapers in the country are openly taking money to deceptively print Chinese propaganda, and it’s been happening for years.

You’ll see how disturbing this is with a single example. One of the inserts was titled “Tariffs to take toll on U.S. homebuyers.” You’ve probably seen this headline or something close to it. The entire notion that the tariffs in the U.S.-China trade war were hurting Americans was Chinese propaganda. American news outlets allowed China to run these stories throughout the country so thoroughly that the staunchest Republican pundits were admitting that the tariffs were bad but worth it.

It turns out that none of it was true. The Chinese convinced the bulk of the American people that they were suffering from tariffs when the opposite was true. Do you see how big this problem is?

You can trust that there have been many different propaganda efforts that have been just as effective. If you have sympathized with China on any level in the last five years, it was very likely because you were exposed to propaganda rather than truth.

Things still get worse. The Washington Post and The Wall Street Journal took the most money from China Daily, but they weren’t the only recipients. More newspapers that pushed propaganda to the tune of less than a million dollars include The New York Times, The Des Moines Register, Foreign Policy and CQ-Roll Call. China Daily has also spent huge sums on advertising on Twitter.

We’re still not done. An additional long list of newspapers was contracted by China Daily for printing and distributing across the country. These newspapers include The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Seattle Times, The Houston Chronicle, The Chicago Tribune and The Boston Globe. That’s basically all of our major newspapers.

While China Daily may be limited to infiltrating newspapers, you can trust that other Chinese campaigns have infiltrated video news and every other outlet we have. Our entire mainstream media infrastructure is an active branch of the CCP. They are really, literally paid Chinese propaganda. It’s no wonder we’re in such a mess right now.


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