(RightWingAmericans.Com) – Hillary Clinton appears to be more interested in attacking President Donald Trump than helping those working towards consensus, as the federal government hashes out a deal to save the American economy. The failed Democratic presidential candidate recently issued comments that were so counterproductive (and untrue) that the Chinese Communist Party shared them!
Clinton made the misleading claim on twitter that President Trump is using “racist rhetoric to distract from his failures to take the coronavirus seriously early on,”
Trump’s use of the term “Chinese coronavirus” has been widely criticized as “racist” by Democrats and other bad-faith actors like Hillary Clinton as part of a political plot to hurt the president’s re-election chances. The reality, however, is that “Chinese” isn’t a race and the virus did come from China.
However, the claim is helpful to the Chinese government as it shifts the blame away from them…even though they tried to cover up the outbreak for many weeks instead of informing the rest of the world.
Clinton’s tweet ended with, “Don’t fall for it. Don’t let your friends and family fall it.”
Don’t fall for what, Hillary?
Her comments were very quickly screencapped and distributed by several Chinese media outlets, using her claims to legitimize their propaganda that the United States is actually to blame for the outbreak. Even the Chinese Ambassador to South Africa, Lin Songtian, used the tweet to advance Chinese propaganda. The man, who is paid by the Communist Party of China, retweeted a post from China News with the comment, “It is true.”
It is true. Justice always speak loudly. https://t.co/kZjcYccFPg
— Chinese Ambassador to South Africa (@AmbLINSongtian) March 20, 2020
Clinton likes to pretend that the president was much too cosy with the Russians in 2016, but in 2020, she is teaming up with literal communists who suppressed information about a deadly virus outbreak.
What makes her think she has the moral high ground here?
Clinton’s claim is unsubstantiated. It may be an entirely valid opinion for someone to have, but that doesn’t make it objectively true.
For anyone interested in the facts, however, it’s worth noting that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recognized the virus just six days after China finally announced they were investigating the outbreak.
That’s pretty quick.