The International Olympic Committee has always been corrupt, but the genocide games are really bringing out the best of every dirty player colluding with Communist China from NBC to the IOC.
NBC Today anchor Savannah Guthrie has received pushback on Twtter over her characterization of a reported Uyghur that co-lit the Olympic flame at the end of Friday’s opening ceremony at the Winter Olympics in Beijing.
The reported Uyghur, Dinigeer Yilamujiang, along with Zhao Jiawen, lit the flame.
Guthrie described what happened as a “provocative” move and “a statement” by Chinese President Xi Jingping, calling it “an in-your-face response to those Western nations, including the U.S., who have called this Chinese treatment of that group genocide and diplomatically boycotted these games.”
The video was then taken down. Apparently at the request of the IOC.
The International Olympic Committee or its representatives successfully lobbied Twitter to remove a viral clip showing a Uyghur athlete lighting the Olympic flame with commentary from NBC’s Savannah Guthrie amid U.S. allegations of Uyghur genocide, the Big Tech company said.
The video was disabled by Twitter by Saturday morning, and it now says that “this media has been disabled in response to a report by the copyright owner.”
Despite all the cash NBC paid, it doesn’t own its own commentary at the Olympics. And the IOC is owned by the ChiComs. But so is NBC.
Rep. Mike Waltz (R-FL) claimed on Saturday that NBC refused to air a 30-second ad critical of U.S. companies sponsoring the 2022 Beijing Olympics, or what he dubbed the “Genocide Games.”
In a tweet, Waltz said NBC “refused to air” the ad “unless we censor U.S. corporate logos of the Genocide Games sponsors.”
Logos featured in the ad included Procter & Gamble, Visa, Coca-Cola, Airbnb, Intel, and Nike — all of which except Nike are listed as top sponsors by the International Olympic Committee. Nike, however, is providing apparel for Team USA.
All companies that are big on social justice.
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