Presidential candidate Joe Biden jumped into the spin over President Trump calling the coronavirus the “Chinese virus.” The political hack media and leftist politicians are pushing the narrative that anyone who uses the word “Chinese or China” virus is “xenophobic.”

Joe Biden appealed to the left by claiming Trump is “xenophobic and fear-mongering.” How does this ridiculous spin help anyone during this crisis? Biden should tone down the finger-pointing rhetoric.

Biden also says President Trump should “be honest, take responsibility, and do his job.” This is irresponsible and wrong because so many people, including the president, are working very hard around the clock to stop the virus that came from China. President Trump is exactly who we need in office right now and for the next four years. It’s easy to criticize if you’re sitting on the sidelines.

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Another hack NBC’s Richard Engel went full-on propagandist in his comments about China:

“This is a virus that came from the territory of China but came from bats. This is a bat virus, not a China virus. It doesn’t speak Chinese. It doesn’t target Chinese people. It targets human beings…”

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Another reporter just can’t seem to figure out why President Trump is calling this the “Chinese virus”…

While China promotes a full-on disinformation campaign and kicks our reporters out of their country, American reporters are shilling for the Chinese?

The left is shameless is their effort to put politics before the country during this crisis.


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