90 Miles From Tyranny : Beijing Biden Signs Executive Order To Ban The Term ‘China Virus’

Wednesday, January 27, 2021

Beijing Biden Signs Executive Order To Ban The Term ‘China Virus’

Policing language AND facts now

The latest of Joe Biden’s THIRTY SEVEN executive orders signed in the first week of his presidency states that the term ‘Chinese virus’ or ‘China virus’ is now banned.

Yes, this is real.

The White House website confirms that Biden signed this EO.

CBS News reported ‘Biden to address racism toward Asian Americans during pandemic with executive action’.

The report notes that “The Biden executive order is also expected to direct federal agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to examine whether there are xenophobic references like “China virus” in any existing policies, directives or government websites published by the Trump administration.”

NBC News lists all the executive actions Biden has instigated thus far, with the last being the ban on the term ‘China Virus’. The report notes that “additionally, the order directed the attorney general to work to prevent discrimination and hate crimes.”

Given that literally anything is now being touted as a ‘hate crime’, that could mean...

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  1. So which China virus is he talking about?

  2. If I want to call it "the China virus" because it came from China, so be it. I will, just like Irish whiskey, Italian pizza, Swedish meat balls, Russian vodka, Omaha steak, Maine lobster, Biden bullshit !

  3. well, maybe it's an insult against the virus.

  4. Joe Biden at the little boys desk with his minder watching, checking his instructions written on his arm. The desk in the oval office was too big, this desk is just right.

  5. Let's just call it the "Wuhan Virus".
    How about "CCP DNC Virus". "Voter Fraud Virus" ? "Fauci Gate Virus".... " NWO virus"

  6. As an accommodation to the China people who have been offended by the "China virus" term we should fly the China flag over the White House.

  7. But keep the flag pole and shove it up Biden's ( can we say that here? )

  8. Since our elected government has no authority to command my vocabulary, I assume this is just for "official" communications. In which case, I take it as a personal challenge to use the term "China virus" as much and as often as I can, inserting it into as many conversations as possible. They shouldn't get away with disappearing a perfectly good factually descriptive term, 1984-style, without backlash.

  9. Dear Joey,

    Kindly get fucked.


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