Uh Oh: After Humiliating Congressional Hearing, U Penn President Magill May Be Asked...
White House Scrubs CAIR From Its Antisemitism Fact Sheet After Leader Praises October...
A Day That Will Live in Infamy: Remember Pearl Harbor 82 Years Later
Receipts: WaPo Lost It When Trump Used the Word 'Vermin,' but Check Out...
Rashida Tlaib's Shameless Objection to Rep. Bowman's House Censure Earns a BRUTAL Communit...
Austin Shooter Shane James Bailed Out by Progressive Group Last Year
Former HRW Director Says There Was Just a 'Modest' Presence of Hamas Under...
Planned Parenthood Getting Flak From the Left for Its Statement Denouncing Hamas
BREAKING: The Fed Plans to Charge 636 Month Old Child Hunter Biden with...
That's Gonna Sting: U Penn Loses $100 Million Donation After President Magill's Congressio...
Elizabeth Warren (Who Is Very Rich) Wants to Ban Crypto
At Harvard, Sizeism and Fatphobia Are Violence, but Not Calling for Genocide
There Are MANY Events: Nate Silver Laments Growing Distrust In Science, Can't Figure...
Sen. John Fetterman Surprises Us Again by Defending 'Reasonable' Border Talks
'We're Number One?': BBC Anchor Finds Creative New Way to Greet Her Viewers

'CCP thanks you for your service': NY Times does an image makeover for China ahead of the Winter Olympics

The Winter Games will begin in China next month, and even though the U.S. is among countries that will have a diplomatic boycott, U.S. athletes will still compete. However, China has reportedly warned athletes from other countries that any political statements against the regime will be “subject to punishment”:

Yang Shu, deputy director general of international relations for the Beijing Organizing Committee (BOC), issued a clear warning that “Any expression that is in line with the Olympic spirit I’m sure will be protected.”

“Any behavior or speech that is against the Olympic spirit, especially against Chinese laws and regulations, are also subject to certain punishment,” Yang stressed during a news conference Tuesday.

With that in mind, we’re guessing the Chinese leadership won’t disapprove of how the New York Times has helped out with the pro-CCP public relations:

The Times is really hoping Xi sees that.

The Times is apparently prepared to let bygones be bygones, even though Covid-19 is not gone.



Trending on Twitchy Videos