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Chinese government shames US over mass shooting 'humanitarian crisis' — on anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre

Following the deadly mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs took the opportunity to offer the United States some friendly advice:

We couldn’t help but feel like that sounded like a vague (or not-so-vague) threat. It also sounded like the Chinese government was maybe trying to lecture us on gun violence.

Well, with this tweet today from Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Lijian Zhao, it seems pretty clear that the ChiComs are really going to try to shame America over gun violence:

The irony of a ChiCom government official lecturing another country on “a serious humanitarian crisis” should not be lost on anyone.

Especially on today of all possible days.

You heard right.


June 3 and 4 of 1989 were not banner days for human rights in China.

It takes chutzpah, that’s for damn sure.

The Chinese government can try as hard as they want to, but they’ll never be able to erase the Tiananmen Square massacre from history.

And they’ll never be able to whitewash their own record on human rights.


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