Christmas time is supposed to be the happiest time of the year for everyone. It is not exceptional for Steve Bannon. Obviously, the New York Times thinks otherwise. It published an article titled ” Bannon’s Work With Wanted Chinese Billionaire Began Shortly After He Left White House” one day before Christmas, and its utter ill intention was to ruin Bannon’s jolly holiday spirit. Unfortunately, the simple add-up of all the bias and misinformation in this article can’t convince a thing at all. Bear with me, and let’s go hunt its self-made “loopholes.”
Hole #1: Guo Wengui (aka Miles Guo) is “wanted Chinese billionaire.”
This claim is false. We all know that the Interpol issued so-called “red notice” on Guo, since the CCP regime could not find single proof and legal evidence to charge against him. Only through Interpol, the authoritarian CCP regime can wave it as a weapon to persecute its political dissidents like Guo Wengui. Interpol has been a laughing stock to the western countries of the rule of law, because the institution itself does not have any justified legal authority. It is even more sarcastic that Meng Hongwei, the former Chinese boss of Interpol, has been kidnapped back to China in 2018 and subjected to trial and indicted in 2019.
Hole #2: The photo of Guo Wengui and Steve Bannon
The author and editor must have made this article in a rush that they made apparent mistakes about the description of the photo. They claimed that this photo was taken last month, however, we know this photo was taken at the press conference about Wang Jian’s death on November 20th, 2018. It was that day when Guo and Bannon declared to initiate the Rule of law Foundation and Rule of Law Society to help those victims under the persecution of the CCP regime.
Hole #3 : ” Almost immediately after ending his White House employment, Stephen K. Bannon, …forged a lucrative financial relationship with …a mysterious Chinese billionaire …”
This claim is false too. We know that Steve Bannon left the white house around August 18th, 2017. Guo first met Bannon for lunch in Washington in early October 2017. It is almost two months away since Bannon’s departure. It doesn’t’ make any sense that they can forge immediate financial relationships even before they meet each other. The author must have drawn this conclusion out of her bizarre logic and imagination.
Hole #4 : ” China’s government had already accused Guo Wengui of money laundering, bribery and rape when he and Mr. Bannon developed a mutually beneficial relationship that began with a $150,000 loan to Mr. Trump’s onetime confidant, according to a memo written in May 2019 and obtained by The New York Times”.
This is NOT the first time that the New York Times kept voicing those CCP allegations against Guo. These so-called crimes are simply the retaliation for Guo’s exposing massive corruption and scandals of those high-ranking top Chinese officials, including vice president Wang Qishan. Readers can not be convinced by the New York Times’s so-called conclusion that was simply justified by its own evidence created by the New York Times.
The intention of this New York Times article is not to celebrate the holiday but to ruin Steven Bannon’s Christmas party. The reason is simple because CCP fears him and hates him. It is undeniable that Steve Bannon and Miles Guo have become the formidable anti-CCP team, who have pledged to take it down in 2020. Bannon has fiercely denounced the CCP on many occasions that the Chinese Communist Party is not a political party but an illegitimate and thuggish regime. It behaves like a thug and enslaves the 1.4 billion Chinese people. CCP can’t represent its most decent and hard-working people.