NBC's 'Today' Uses Genocide Barbie to Excuse Chinese Human Rights Abuses

NBC’s ‘Today’ Uses Genocide Barbie to Excuse Chinese Human Rights Abuses

NBC morning display, Lately fortuitously presented a pant interview to Eileen Gu, the American youngster who defected to China to compete within the Olympics, giving her every other alternative to wave away China’s horrific file of human rights abuses.

Gu, sometimes called “Genocide Barbie,” seemed at the Wednesday morning version of the display and sat prim and peppy as she instructed host Hoda Kotb that “there’s no wrong or right” when Kotb hinted that folks really feel she is representing a country this is committing genocide, torturing prisoners, jailing Christians, and enslaving whole populations.

In fact, Kotb didn’t come proper out and accuse China of anything else, leaving the viewer to catch what she was once inferring. However, even worse, Kotb simply sat there and willingly let this teenage turncoat say that there’s “no wrong or right” about genocide.

After asking Gu if she wishes a “thick skin” for the complaint she has confronted, this vacuous opportunist responded, “Absolutely, I mean people always have their own opinions. But, for me what I try to stick to is that I know, there’s no wrong or right. There’s only intention and I’m trying to make the world a better place in my own way.”

So, China’s act of murdering thousands and thousands of other folks as a result of they don’t agree to China’s communist best isn’t flawed or proper? Is it simply an opinion? And Gu proudly status up as a consultant of that regime is someway simply an effort to “make the world a better place?” And Hoda Ktob had not anything to mention to that conceit?

Newsbusters’ Curtis Houck took to his Twitter account to blast NBC for giving this younger Olympian an excuse to wave off China’s crimes towards humanity as simply her paintings to “make the world a better place.”

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