Head of Communist State-Owned Media in DC Slams US Senator and Calls her a Very Nasty Name over her Point of View
It a vite exchange on Twitter a member of the Chinese Community Party owned media Chen Weihua, the Chief Washington Correspondent of China Daily and Deputy Editor of China Daily USA slammed a female US Senator with the most sexist and brute reaction to her tweeting her point of view.
Chen says he has a “particular focus on US politics”, while he attacks a female Senator online for her unfavorable point of view on very common notion that China has a stealing problem.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn wrote: “China has a 5,000-year history of cheating and stealing. Some things will never change…” and Chen Weihua responded: “Bitch”.
Chen describes himself as: “China Daily EU Bureau Chief, columnist. Fmr DC, NY chief correspondent. Knight Fellow Stanford, WPI Fellow Macalester, Freedom Forum Fellow UH. Views my own”
Blackburn responded: “Chen, you’re a puppet in Xi Jinping’s delusional China dream for global domination. From Tiananmen Square to Uyghur genocide, Communist China is an expert at slaughtering populations. America will not bow down to sexist communist thugs.”
This attack by a guest in our country happens on the same day we find out that the Chinese Community Party very well may have had a large role in breaking down the election integrity of the 2020 Presidential election. The news was made on Wednesday that China may have prepared ballots, from testimony by Col. Waldron to the Georgia state Senate, and there were news reports that the CCP may have invested up to 400 Million dollars for part ownership of the Dominion Voting Systems that have plagued the Nov. election.
Chen’s articles are anti-Trump and anti- America First, from one of his recent articles:
Acting tough on China will get US nowhere
As a new US administration is set to take office on Jan 20, China hawks are busy suggesting the new lbusilyrship should continue the tough stance against China. But that’s not really news, given that China has been the bogeyman during US presidential campaigns for decades, which much Chinese say is proof of China’s success on the economic and other fronts.
Donald Trump claims to be the toughest of all US presidents against China. Yet his “America first” protectionist and unilateral policies, from trade wars and tech wars to withdrawal from global treaties and organizations, have wreaked havoc on both China and the US, as their economies are intertwined thanks to decades of globalization.
News reports suggest that Trump is considering imposing more sanctions on and taking more aggressive moves against China in what could be his final weeks in office to thwart the new US administration’s bid to rectify his many wrongdoings.
Is it any question how Chen feels about American Deplorables while he lives in our country and focuses on our politics?