Monday, July 15, 2024

WaPo’s Taylor Lorenz Cheers China’s Draconian Response to Protests

'Fifty percent porn, 50 percent protests... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) Responding to a Washington Post article, disgraced journalist and notorious doxxer Taylor Lorenz applauded China’s extreme COVID lockdown policies amid uprisings within the Eastern nation.

China has been implementing extreme lockdown measures in the midst of their biggest surge yet, as most of their citizens have not come into contact with the virus.

“After months with only occasional hot spots in the country, most of its 1.4 billion people have never been exposed to the virus,” the WaPo article reads.

The CCP is even going as far as welding residents into apartment buildings as a form of quarantine.

Lorenz responded to the article in a tweet, supporting the harsh treatment, alleging that natural immunity does not exist and claiming that the United States has killed millions of its citizens by not adopting these policies, the Post Millennial reported.

“There is no lasting ‘natural immunity to COVID,” she tweeted. “You can get covid over and over again [because] there are so many endlessly evolving strains and antibodies wane.”

“Also, choosing not to kill off millions of vulnerable people (as the US is doing) isn’t a ‘critical flaw.'” she concluded.

Lorenz has long been a proponent of strict lockdowns; she constantly discusses “long COVID” and the issues brought up by lack of quarantining on her Twitter feed.

Anyone who disagrees with her is promptly invited to “shut the f*ck up.”

Lorenz was unavailable for comment.

Restrictions in China have been so rigid that an iPhone factory was shut down. Residents of a Shanghai apartment building were locked inside to quarantine in their homes. The building burned down, resulting in the deaths of several residents.

This and several other occurrences have led to mass protests throughout the country.

China is attempting to hinder protest updates by spamming social media platforms with long-dormant accounts.

The influx of posts coming from China flooded the search results with advertisements for escort services.

“Fifty percent porn, 50 percent protests,” said one U.S. government contractor and China expert, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss intelligence issues. “Once I got 3 to 4 scrolls into the feed” to see posts from earlier in the day, it was “all porn.”

The World Economic Forum also came out in favor of China’s COVID restrictions, with leader Klaus Schwab calling them “a very attractive model for… a number of countries.”

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