Need more proof that nothing — absolutely nothing — gets by the watchful eye of the mainstream media? Here you go:
— Peter Baker (@peterbakernyt) May 20, 2021
Videos of ethnic Uyghurs filming themselves denying human rights abuses are part of a Chinese government campaign that raises questions about the willingness of the participants, @AP finds. https://t.co/PlCAvY2MUX
— The Associated Press (@AP) May 20, 2021
“Raises questions” that maybe don’t even need to exist.
From the AP:
URUMQI, China (AP) — China has highlighted an unlikely series of videos this year in which Uyghur men and women deny U.S. charges that Beijing is committing human rights violations against their ethnic group. In fact, a text obtained by the AP shows that the videos are part of a government campaign that raises questions about the willingness of those filmed.
If the AP finds that surprising it’s no wonder they wouldn’t have noticed Hamas working out of their building in Gaza. Others are not quite as stunned:
Top notch journalisming
— Billy&TheCloneasaurus (@rubock) May 20, 2021
“suggests” doing a lot of lifting here
— dtsjr (@dtsjr) May 20, 2021
Wow. I cannot believe it. This is shocking. This is so far removed from what I expect from the CCP. This is unbelievable. pic.twitter.com/jhWVFzPtk4
— FrankY in DFW (@FrankYTheLand) May 20, 2021
I for one am shocked https://t.co/0q0dZvodXg
— Jessica O’Donnell (@heckyessica) May 20, 2021
You don't say… https://t.co/kXzFQLLBqU
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) May 20, 2021
Next, he’s going to tell us the video of chickens praising Chick-fil-A might not have been made voluntarily. https://t.co/ucyIilMunr
— Erik Soderstrom (@soderstrom) May 20, 2021
— Noah (@reeb1011) May 20, 2021
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