NBC’s “Today” uses the Barbie of genocide to excuse human rights abuses in China

NBC morning program, Today happily offered an interview with Eileen Gu, the American teenager who defected to China to compete in the Olympics, giving her another chance to foil China’s horrific record of human rights violations.

Gu, also known as “Genocide Barbie”, appeared on the Wednesday morning edition of the show and sat down steadfast and spirited as she told host Hoda Kotb that “there is no right or wrong” when Kotb hinted at the fact. that people think it represents a nation that is committing genocide, torturing prisoners, incarcerating Christians and enslaving entire populations.

Obviously, Kotb did not come out and accused China of nothing, leaving the viewer to grasp what he was inferring. But worse still, Kotb sat there and voluntarily let this teen turncoat say that “there is nothing right or wrong” about genocide.

After asking Gu if she needs “thick skin” for the criticism she has faced, this vacuous opportunist replied, “Absolutely, I mean people always have their own opinions. But for me what I try to do. sticking to me is that I know there is no right or wrong. There is only intention and I am trying to make the world a better place in my own way. “

So, is China’s act of killing millions of people for not conforming to the Chinese Communist ideal wrong or right? Is it just an opinion? And is Gu proudly standing up as a representative of that regime somehow simply an effort to “make the world a better place?” And Hoda Ktob had nothing to say to that presumption?

Newsbusters’ Curtis Houck used his Twitter account to sue NBC for giving this young Olympian an excuse to dismiss China’s crimes against humanity as just her job to “make the world a better place.”

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