CBS Relents, Covers Horrors of Disney Filming Mulan Near China Concentration Camps


[See Newsbusters for more.] Journalism in 2020 may be a sad state of affairs, but ABC News continues to lead the pack in dragging down the profession’s reputation. Over the last month, Good Morning America has aggressively promoted the live action version of Mulan, produced by ABC’s parent company, Disney. The network repeatedly hyped its debut on Disney+. Yet, when ugly news broke that the movie filmed near brutal Chinese concentration camps, ABC censored the story.  As the MRC's Nicholas Fondacaro reported on Tuesday, all three networks spiked the revelation. On Wednesday, CBS This Morning broke ranks with reporter Elizabeth Palmer explaining that the movie filmed in the Xinjiang: “Xinjiang is heavily policed with surveillance cameras everywhere. This is where the Chinese Communist Party runs so-called re-education camps where it's detained more than a million local people, including Muslim Uyghurs and forced them to relinquish their language and religion.” 

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