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CNN accused of actually publishing Chinese language propaganda

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CNN is beneath fireplace for allegedly publishing “Chinese language propaganda” in a report that cites a media outlet managed by the Chinese language authorities.

On Monday, CNN.com ran an article about China Folks’s Liberation Military (PLA) supposedly having a foothold within the unfold of the coronavirus in a department of its army, working the headline, “China’s PLA Navy is controlling coronavirus and plane provider’s deployment proves it, report says.”

“A Chinese language naval flotilla headed into the Pacific over the weekend, proof that the Folks’s Liberation Military Navy has achieved a a lot better job controlling coronavirus than the US Navy, in accordance with a narrative posted on the PLA’s English-language web site,” the article started. The plane provider Liaoning led the group, which included two guided-missile destroyers, two guided-missile frigates and an auxiliary ship, in accordance with the report from state-run tabloid World Instances.”

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The report goes on to check China’s Navy to the outbreak of the virus that came about on a number of US Navy plane carriers, together with the USS Theodore Roosevelt, knocking the US army within the course of.

“The PLA Navy has no such points, Chinese language army consultants advised the World Instances,” CNN’s article learn.

The piece sparked an outcry on social media.

“Is @CNN truly publishing this #China Communist Celebration propaganda as information?” Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Missouri, requested.

“I am horrified that CNN revealed this. Its actually a Chinese language propaganda story,” Washington Put up columnist Isaac Stone Fish reacted.

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“Wow. CNN article simply straight up regurgitated Chinese language propaganda,” Every day Caller investigative editor Peter J. Hasson tweeted.

“Unvarnished Chinese language propaganda, revealed by CNN,” The Federalist writer Ben Domenech declared.

CNN didn’t instantly reply to Fox Information’ request for remark.

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The anti-Trump community has been beneath fireplace as critics have accused CNN and its journalists of protecting China amid rising suspicion of its dealing with of the outbreak in addition to its information of reported circumstances and deaths from the virus.

On Tuesday night, CNN chief White Home correspondent Jim Acosta was accused of being a “Chines propagandist” for suggesting that China was being utilized by President Trump as a “scapegoat” over the virus outbreak.