You won’t believe what they’re doing now.
According to Breitbart News, Sen. Tom Cotton slammed the New York Times stating that they can “run explicit Chinese Communist propaganda, but they can’t run op-eds from Republican senators.”
Cotton said, “So, I guess the New York Times op-ed page now will run explicit Chinese Communist propaganda, but they can’t run op-eds from Republican senators. Let’s take a closer look at this author. He was a Chinese national. He immigrated here. He even naturalized to the United States, swore allegiance to our nation, and said he wanted to be an American citizen, but then he left and went back to China and renounced his citizenship, apparently because he didn’t like George W. Bush’s policies.”
He added, “There’s no doubt that this is just another effort by the Chinese Communist Party to exercise influence operations through the organs of American culture and media. It’s disappointing to see the New York Times run propaganda like this, but it’s not terribly surprising.” You can watch a clip of Cotton’s remarks here.