In the pantheon of tweets that aged horribly almost instantly, here’s one from ChiCom mouthpiece Global Times that turned two years old today:
Police in Central China's Wuhan arrested 8 people spreading rumors about local outbreak of unidentifiable #pneumonia. Previous online posts said it was SARS. https://t.co/oVpk4EIYM7 pic.twitter.com/JXbK9pmq8v
— Global Times (@globaltimesnews) January 1, 2020
Yikes! You’d think that would have been delete-worthy but… guess not.
Literally two years ago the epitome of tweets that don't age well.
Chinese Communist Party, blood is on your hands. https://t.co/Wkjt7S4QAz
— David Atherton (@DaveAtherton20) January 1, 2022
Don’t forget, as the Covid tragedy rolls on into 2022, that it was aided immeasurably by China’s coverup and manipulation of WHO, which continues today. https://t.co/QtJpFhsX41
— Garry Kasparov (@Kasparov63) January 1, 2022
Glad the Chinese nipped those rumors in the bud https://t.co/iSSsPdkFsH
— Holiday Hank Oslo, MPH (@xctlot) January 1, 2022
Why did we adopt the policy of lockdown from a regime which we know we can't trust? https://t.co/dntSiz6QRF
— James Bembridge (@TheBembridge) January 1, 2022
This tweet aged like milk https://t.co/ckNYnfqCLN
— dinis (@dinisofer) January 1, 2022
— Matthew Foldi (@MatthewFoldi) January 1, 2022
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