Its Shorenstein Center, which published a report recently claiming that Dr. Li-Meng Yan's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) studies are bunk, has longstanding ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), working on its behalf to spread propaganda and lies against those who criticize the regime.
Entitled "The Media Manipulation Casebook," the Harvard Shorenstein Center report claims that Li-Meng's allegations that the Chinese virus was cooked up in a Chinese lab are false. A closer look at who funded the report, however, reveals the CCP itself as the culprit.
According to Li-Meng, Chinese germs were created by none other than China. They did not randomly appear in bats at a wet market, but rather were concocted on purpose to apparently used as a bioweapon.
The CCP obviously does not approve of this narrative, which is why it instructed the Shorenstein Center to lambast Li-Meng's work as "misleading" and "masquerading as science."
The Washington Post, which is also a mouthpiece of the CCP, joined the fun by amplifying the report. The Post, it turns out, has been wined and dined by communist China many times over the years in exchange for "favorable coverage" of the regime.
One prominent example of this is the fact that the Post failed to report on the Shorenstein Center's decades-long ties to the CCP. Instead, the Post is pretending as though the Center is neutral.
That Harvard, the Post, and many other CCP mouthpieces are still trying to claim that COVID-19 was random rather than a CCP creation is anomalous considering it is widely recognized at this point that the virus is a bioweapon.
Biologist Bret Weinstein, for instance, recently told Bill Maher on his show that the likelihood of the lab theory origin of COVID-19 being true is about 90 percent.
The Shorenstein Center claims the opposite, as does the author of its report, Joan Donovan. Donovan works as the Research Director of the Shorenstein Center, and part of her job appears to be covering up the "hundreds of millions of dollars in gifts and contracts from foreign donors," primarily Chinese, that Harvard has received.
Several CCP advisers, including Steven Dong, are recognized as "fellows" at the Shorenstein Center, even though they openly serve communist Chinese interests rather than American interests.
Dong's bio indicates that he "holds professorships of political communications at the National School of Administration and the Chinese Communist Party's Central Academy of Socialism." Dong has also "been invited by the State Council Offices over the years to lecture to more than 20,000 senior Chinese officials."
Another Shorenstein Center fellow, Li Xiguang, is a former Senior Editor at the Chinese state-run media outlet Xinhua. Xiguang is a professor at Tsinghua University, which boasts a journalism school that promotes "Marxist Journalism."
"We should be committed to a firm and correct political orientation," says the school dean. "Our School has been actively exploring the theory and practices of Marxist Journalism, namely, to applying the Marxist theory in observing the world, selecting and handling news production."
Communist China's influence over Harvard was seen recently with a student petition calling on anyone associated with President Donald Trump who graduated from the school to have his or her degree revoked because of the Capitol "insurrection." The propaganda is alive and well at Harvard, in other words.
"From how the Washington Post has one-sidedly reported the Shorenstein's claims without citing their extensive CCP-links, the words of Xi Jinping himself ring true: 'High-end science and technology is a national weapon in modern times,'" reports The National Pulse.
More related news about Chinese germs can be found at Pandemic.news.
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