Regardless of how much hot air the screamingly rabid American media expels while accusing President Trump of being a fascist, it’s doubtful that many of the Fourth Estate understand what fascism truly is.
Case in point, a Chinese reporter has just gone missing mere days after showing a somewhat minor example of disrespect during a press conference held regarding President Xi Jinping and his ruling communist dictatorship .
As it turns out, Liang Xiangyi, reporter for the Shanghai First Financial news service, has pretty much had her fill of Zhang Huijun, correspondent for National Television, during the questioning of delegates at the big Commie round-up better known as the National People’s Congress .
After seeing Zhang drone on and on and on and on how great the Communist Party has been for China, and then adding how wonderful Xi has been, Laing obviously had enough.
As the Hong Kong Free Press noted, Zhang specifically was singing the praises of China’s massive road infrastructure plan had “dragged on for 45 seconds, Liang grimaced, glanced sideways to give the woman dressed in red a disbelieving once-over, and concluded with a majestic, head-turning eye-roll.”
As the HKFP also cited, government censors sprung into action then and there. Laing has yet to be seen on the air since The Great Eye-Roll of 2018.
It’s bad enough when the President of the United States refers to your publication as “the failing New York Times.” But when your White House correspondent is made to look the fool in front of the entire nation, that’s something else entirely.
Case in point: While conducting his daily press briefing, White House Press Secretary and Communications Director Sean Spicer gave quite the etiquette lesson to Times reporter Glenn Thrush.