Skip to comments.More Anti-Trump Propaganda flowing out of the Main-stream Media - This times it's China.
Posted on 12/04/2018 9:14:49 PM PST by vannrox
It started with the Washington Post...
The story (or narrative) from The Washington Post was about the "successful trade talks" between Donald Trump and Xi Peng in China. WaPo claimed that it wasn't true. They went on to say that the talks were all nonsense and confusion.
They went ahead, quoting a former U.S. government official (unnamed, of course, but implied that he was an expert who was said to have been in contact with Chinese officials. This "expert" claimed that Beijing are puzzled and irritated by the Trump administrations behavior, and widespread confusion across media claiming the 'truce' as a nothingburger.
Well, that did not sit well with the Chinese. For them, they viewed the discussions (and relationship with Trump), to be very "special". In response, China's Ministry of Finance has denied any confusion or negativity exists.
Meanwhile, The WaPo report went to claim the unknown former US official said:
You dont do this with the Chinese. You dont triumphantly proclaim all their concessions in public. Its just madness,
China says trade meeting with U.S. is very successful and is confident to implement the results agreed upon at the talks, according to a statement on Ministry of Commerce website.
A reporter asked: We know that the Chinese economic and trade team has returned to Beijing. What is your comment on this meeting?
A: The meeting was very successful and we have confidence in the implementation.
Q: How is China prepared to promote the next economic and trade consultation?
A: The economic and trade teams of the two sides will actively promote the consultation work within 90 days in accordance with a clear timetable and road map.
Q: What are the priorities for China?
A: China will start from implementing specific issues that have reached consensus, and the sooner the better.
DJT is meeting the expectations of the voters, even though the American media is doing everything that it can to make all his efforts seem like a joke made by a bumbling fool.
Just who are these "experts" that the Media uses? What are their names?
Or Bill Kristol?
Or John Kasich?
Can't be DiFiChiSpy, though, she's still in office.
The KKKrat Media would leak operational details in a heartbeat to make him look bad.
"Whoops! We 'accidentally' revealed that Normandy is the target, and that the US Navy has broken the Japanese fleet secret codes. Our bad! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!"
The Chinese delegation went on a tour of other South American countries after the G-20. They have not gone back to China yet. So, there is no expectation of them responding to the G-20 talks at this time. But that does not stop the propaganda from the WP from spewing forth. Those with stocks should send Bezos a bill for their stock losses.
It may be time to consider the degree to which Google is controlled by the Chinese government outside the confines of China.
If the media is looking for a specific narrative, and they are not going to name sources, it’s more convenient to just make it up.
The Chinese are duplicitous and they are taking us for a ride. Our team suspects this but doesn’t know how to handle it. That is why there have been contradictory statements. You can tell by these vague and non-specific statements coming out of Beijing, which may be the reason for Trump’s “tariff man” tweet.
For a state-controlled economy, they can open soybean and auto imports as agreed overnight.
We need some down-and-dirty players in our team if we are going to get anywhere.
My guess is that it’s John Kerry.
The crazed Democrats are somewhat, sort of crashing the fake markets, while the economy continues to increase. Fuel prices are still falling, BTW. Gas is below $2 in some parts of the South and the Midwest.
And we get a Dow Jones drop of 800 based on Washington Post propaganda.
Did Jeff Bezos sell short?
The media is the deep state.
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