90 Miles From Tyranny : ‘Vox’ Busted Colluding With Chinese to Influence American Politics

Saturday, October 13, 2018

‘Vox’ Busted Colluding With Chinese to Influence American Politics

Leftist website and Democratic party shill “Vox” was just busted colluding with the Chinese to spread propaganda and influence American politics:
Explanatory media website Vox has been receiving money from a Chinese communist government-backed front organization.

A recent Vox blog post by foreign editor Yochi Dreazen titled, “The big winner of the Trump-Kim summit? China” discloses at the bottom of the piece that the reporting was subsidized by the China-United States Exchange Foundation.

“This reporting was supported by the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF), a privately funded nonprofit organization based in Hong Kong that is dedicated to ‘facilitating open and constructive exchange among policy-makers, business leaders, academics, think-tanks, cultural figures, and educators from the United States and China,'” the post states in a note at the bottom.

CUSEF, as first noted by Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin, is a front organization backed by the Chinese government and established to spread the party’s propaganda.

Of course ‘Vox’ has been in the forefront of leftist outlets screaming about Trump’s alleged ties to Russia.

Now they’re caught in a web of their own making:
Vox’s ties to CUSEF are receiving increased scrutiny in light of efforts to lawmakers to counter China’s promotion of propaganda in the U.S. media.

In the Senate’s 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, a sprawling yearly funding bill, lawmakers specifically target “efforts by China to influence the media, cultural institutions, business, and academic and policy communities of the United States to be more favorable to its security and military strategy and...


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1 comment:

  1. What seems to be the problem? Senator Feinstein assures us that the Chinese are our friends, and have only our best interests in their hearts.

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