Fake News Media Tries to Change the Narrative on the Wuhan Coronavirus

On March 10, 2020, the New York Times attacked Senator Tom Cotton, Congressman Paul Gosar, and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for calling the novel coronavirus the “Wuhan virus.”

However, some journalist dug up information showing that the Times itself was using that term beforehand.

For example, Jeryl Bier, a freelance journalist, posted a Twitter thread exposing the Times’ hypocrisy.

 

In one article on January 30, 2020, the title the Times ran was “To Understand the Wuhan Coronavirus, Look to the Epidemic Triangle”.

Then Bier showed that the Times had an article linking to a “Wuhan Coronavirus Map.”

He does note, however, that “if you click on the link now, it takes you to the ‘Coronavirus Map.’ (Although if you look quickly, the old page flashes up before the redirect takes over.)”

Now, the Times and other outlets engaging in race-baiting are effectively becoming mouthpieces for the Chinese Communist Party.

They are simply in denial of the reality that the coronavirus originated in Wuhan.

Judging by the media’s behavior, one should not be surprised why so many people despise the Fake News media.

Advancing CCP narratives is a new low for our discredited media.

For that reason, decent people should completely avoid giving their stories the time of day/