ABC News feels backlash after promoting video of China’s ‘stunning winter spectacles’

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The election of President Donald Trump in 2016 proved to be a disadvantage for Russian President Vladimir Putin and his country as a result of a two-year partisan probe alleging collusion — never mind that if there was any collusion, it was likely with Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Fast forward four years, with the American people being told that 78-year-old Joe Biden will be their next president, and the results of the 2020 election looks to be a boon for China.

 

While the corrupt media was eager to sell Putin as Boris Badenov, from the iconic Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, considering Hunter Biden’s dubious business dealings with China, that may or may not be linked directly to his father, who was backed by the media, there’ll be no negative reporting on the Communist Chinese government.

All of which brings us to a Saturday morning tweet from ABC News celebrating the “stunning winter spectacles across China,” as seen from drone footage:

For some Americans, they’d much rather see ABC News feature drones flying over head while election officials in Democrat-controlled cities like Detroit, Philadelphia and Atlanta counted voter ballots.

But instead, the network shares the wonders of China — of which, Hunter Biden is sure to agree.

Even left-leaning PolitiFact had agreed that the younger Biden “did in fact have an investment deal that involved the Bank of China,” while trying to dismiss President Trump’s claim that Hunter “walked out of China with $1.5 billion to invest for them.”

Turns out, the self-declared arbiters of truth found “much about Hunter Biden’s arrangement was, and remains, murky, given minimal disclosure requirements for cross-border investments.”

Author and political consultant Peter Schweizer wrote that Hunter’s firm had scored a $1.5 billion deal with a subsidiary of the Chinese government’s Bank of China when he accompanied then-Vice President Joe Biden to China in 2013 — PolitFact said “it’s unclear what personal income Biden is earning from the arrangement.”

The fallout over ABC News’ video came fast and heavy, with a particular focus on the reports of concentration camps in China allegedly housing hundreds of thousands of Uighur Muslims and other ethnic minority groups.

Here’s a sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:

Tom Tillison

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