Trump’s approval of COVID-19 response soars, despite media ‘Chinese propaganda’ machine

(Trump White House)

Despite the demonstrably non-objective, anti-Trump mainstream media’s relentless attacks against President Donald Trump during the coronavirus pandemic, his approval rating in regard to the virus happens to be faring exceptionally well.

A new ABC News/Ipsos poll published Friday revealed that a 55 percent majority of the American people approve of the president’s handling of the crisis. That’s over a ten-point jump from last week’s poll that had Trump at 43 percent approval.

Nobody tell CNN, which has been impassioned in its attempts to malign the president for his correct usage of the term “Chinese Wuhan coronavirus.”

Case in point:

Every tweet above boasts a ratio, with the latter one from CNN chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta enjoying a ratio of 1100 percent. Well done.

ABC News reasoned that the rationale behind Trump’s approval might be because he’s taken to “giving daily briefings on the crisis since Saturday, alongside the White House task force leading the response to the coronavirus and announcing some severe measures to combat the virus.”

While true, his approval could also stem in part from the mainstream media’s attacks on him. His approval rating climbed during the Ukraine impeach scam, after all, suggesting the media’s attacks on him have an inverse relationship with his approval rating.

“Trump approval rating hits new high in Gallup poll, despite impeachment trial,” CNBC reported in February.

Fast-forwarding to the present, the media have habitually been spouting Chinese government propaganda concerning the coronavirus pandemic.

“Media rhetoric surrounding what to call coronavirus echoed the Chinese government’s aggressive propaganda campaign designed to absolve the communist regime of wrongdoing,” The Daily Caller notes.

“Both China and members of the establishment media have focused on President Donald Trump’s habit of referring to the virus as a ‘Chinese virus’ or the ‘Wuhan virus,’ which both the communist regime and media members have said is racist.”

“The rush to label the terms as ‘racist’ comes as the Chinese government has amped up propaganda worldwide in an attempt to eschew taking responsibility for the global pandemic,” The Daily Caller adds.

“The oppressive regime has denounced ‘racist’ attempts to link the virus — which originated in China — to China, while at the same time falsely accusing America of bringing the virus to China.”

In fact, a clip emerged Thursday of a so-called “expert” on Chinese state television suggesting the United States created or at least knew of the coronavirus long before anybody else.

“The US pushed out the vaccine so quickly, that only means they have been working on it way before the pandemic,” the so-called expert said. “So we can conclude that the US had this virus in their possession long ago.”

Watch:

This disinformation has received zero attention from CNN anti-Trump, pro-Democrat propagandists Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy, both of whom profess to fight misinformation and disinformation, even as their own network regularly propagates Democrat Party misinformation and disinformation.

Instead, the media’s left-wing propagandists have been busy repeating the lie that the Trump administration was caught unaware by the coronavirus.

Fact-check: FALSE.

As usual, the evidence shows the exact opposite.

First, the media were the ones who originally downplayed the virus:

Second, it’s the Trump administration that took it seriously:

These are the facts …

But sadly, facts seem to have no meaning in the world of the left-wing propagandist. Neither do polls for that matter.

Observe:

The only thing that appears to be real in their world is whatever they happen to be feeling, regardless of the actual truth.

Vivek Saxena

Senior Staff Writer
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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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