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CNN Praises Communist China for Viewing Second Amendment with 'Horror & Bewilderment'

'News' network attacks American gun rights while praising Chinese for having no rights

 on 21st September 2021 @ 3.00pm
cnn is praising china for viewing america s gun rights with  horror © press
CNN is praising China for viewing America's gun rights with 'horror'

Leftist "news" network CNN has heaped praise on China's Communist dictatorship for stripping their people of gun rights while applauding the Chinese regime for viewing America's Second Amendment with "horror" and "bewilderment."

On Monday, CNN published an “analysis” of the differences between America and the repressive Chinese Communist Party (CCP) views regarding gun rights.

The leftist outlet appeared to use CCP propaganda as its reference for the "success" of China's restrictive policies.

"China’s gun control policy is broadly popular among the public," CNN claimed.

However, accoridng to CNN, the Chinese people, "like many in the international community," view America's gun rights "with bewilderment and horror.”

The article begins by reporting on a fatal shooting in China’s Wuhan city, before commenting: “The fatal shooting shocked many in China, which has some of the world’s strictest gun control laws — so much so, that some people thought initial reports were about yet another American shooting.”

china has some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the world © press
China has some of the most restrictive gun control laws in the world

"The two countries stand on opposite ends of the spectrum of gun control, with the right to bear arms legally protected and vehemently defended in one, and a near-total ban on civilian firearm ownership in the other,” the authors state.

"The difference is stark when it comes to public safety," the piece continues.

"Despite being the world’s most populous country, with 1.4 billion residents, China only records a few dozen gun crimes a year.

"And more broadly, violent crime has continued falling, reaching its lowest level in 20 years in 2020, according to state-run news outlet Xinhua.

"Meanwhile, the US reports hundreds of mass shootings with four or more victims every year, with more than 475 such incidents recorded so far in 2021 — not to mention many more gun deaths like suicides.”

The article goes on to compare the American Revolution to the Communist Chinese war against the nationalist government in the late 1940s:

“The two countries’ opposite approaches are especially striking given both nations were born from armed insurrection — the US winning its independence in the Revolutionary War in 1783, and the Chinese Communist Party establishing the People’s Republic of China in 1949 after a lengthy rebellion against the Nationalist government.”

"By 1996, a national gun control law had been promulgated by the National People’s Congress, China’s rubber-stamp legislature," the authors note.

"Under the law, only a few groups of people are allowed to own guns, including law enforcement, security personnel, government-approved sports shooters, and government-approved hunters. 

"The Communist Party’s grip has only grown tighter under President Xi Jinping.”

"China’s gun control policy is broadly popular among the public," the authors claim.

the current u s regime is more in tune with communist china s agenda © press
The current U.S regime is more in-tune with Communist China's agenda

In July, a media outlet run by the Communist Chinese government tweeted a cartoon mocking the U.S. Second Amendment. 

American Military News reported:

The Chinese media outlet Xinhua News tweeted, “How a gun-happy nation spends its #FourthofJuly weekend,” with a pair of U.S. political figures sharing a toast “To freedom,” with a third gun-wielding figure adding “… of shooting!” The blood-splattered gun-wielding figure also danced by a gravestone marked “Death from firearm.”

Chinese cultural ambassador Zhang Heqing shared the tweet, writing, “With gun violence happening almost every day, how much could the human rights be guaranteed?

"Can that also be called the so-called freedom?”

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