Natural News) A stunning list of media outlets that have accepted “sponsored trips” from communist China to suppress the truth (and terrorize their own audiences with fake news lies) has now been published by The National Pulse.

As TNP explains:

The effort, according to the U.S. government report, aims to “to co-opt and neutralize sources of potential opposition to the policies and authority of its ruling Chinese Communist Party” and “influence overseas Chinese communities, foreign governments, and other actors to take actions or adopt positions supportive of Beijing’s preferred policies.”

Dubbed “familiarization trips,” the criteria for participants included “effectiveness and opportunities for favorable coverage” in order to secure “favorable” coverage”…

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Here’s the full list:

Vox
Slate
Boston Herald
Boston Globe
Huffington Post
The Atlantic
Fox News
New York Times
NPR
CNBC
Newsweek
Los Angeles Times
Baltimore Sun
Chicago Tribune
The Guardian
The New Yorker
The Financial Times
Foreign Policy
The Philadelphia Inquirer
New York Magazine
Yahoo Finance
National Journal
Washington Post
Forbes
Bloomberg
Minneapolis Star Tribune
U.S. News & World Report
San Francisco Chronicle
Philadelphia Inquirer
Harvard Business Review
The Hill
Chicago Magazine
MSNBC

“Private dinners” with communist Chinese propagandists were also attended by these media outlets:

From TNP:

In addition to CUSEF-sponsored travel, outlets also met with CUSEF officials and the BLJ CEO in various U.S. cities including New York, Washington, D.C., and Chicago. Often times, the meetings were described as “private dinners” in FARA filings.

Washington Post
Associated Press
TIME Magazine
New York Times
CBS
Forbes
PBS
The Atlantic
The Economist
CNBC
Wall Street Journal
Financial Times
National Journal
NPR
Politico
Chicago Tribune
Bloomberg
BBC
Los Angeles Times
Quartz
Agence France Presse
McClatchy Newspapers
Congressional Quarterly
Businessweek
CNN
The Hill
Reuters
ABC
Nation
Yahoo!
Newsweek

Read more stories at The National Pulse.