David Wagner

In a recent Podcast with Mediate, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta went against the popular opinion of his CNN colleagues, by supporting former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield’s opinion that the SARS-CoV-2 most likely came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. CNN commentators disapproved of Redfield’s opinion, insisting his theory lacked evidence, but Gupta felt that Redfield had a sound perspective.
CNN’s Sanjay Gupta Expresses Support for Wuhan Lab Outbreak Theory
In a recent Podcast with Mediate, CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta went against the popular opinion of his CNN colleagues, by supporting former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield’s opinion that the SARS-CoV-2 most...
People walk past an H&M store in Beijing on April 5, 2021. A Xinjiang cotton boycott has led China’s communist state to blur the brands involved on television.
Chinese Censors Blur Western Brands Over Xinjiang Cotton Boycott
Several major Western fashion brands recently announced a boycott on Chinese cotton from Xinjiang over concerns about the use of forced labour in the persecution of Uyghur Muslims in the region. The brands faced major...
Iran is looking to China for help against crippling U.S. sanctions.
China and Iran Sign 25-Year Agreement in Effort to Reduce US Influence
As this year marks the 50th anniversary of relations between Communist China and Iran, the two nations signed a 25-year deal that China referred to as the “Comprehensive Cooperation Plan.” The deal is estimated to...
As pharmaceutical companies are being held responsible for their role in the opioid crisis, CEOs of these corporations are shirking personal responsibility and continue to collect high wages, even bonuses.
Opioid Crisis Costing Pharmaceutical Companies Billions in Settlements, CEOs Financially Unaffected
As pharmaceutical companies are being held responsible for their role in the opioid crisis, CEOs of these corporations are shirking personal responsibility and continue to collect high wages, even bonuses. While companies have had to...
“Timing the SARS-CoV-2 index case in Hubei province,” a recent study published by ScienceMag, indicates that the SARS-CoV-2 infections may have first emerged in Hubei as early as October 2019.
SARS-CoV-2 Infections May Have First Emerged in Hubei as Early as October 2019: Recent Study
“Timing the SARS-CoV-2 index case in Hubei province,” a recent study published by ScienceMag, indicates that the SARS-CoV-2 infections may have first emerged in Hubei as early as October 2019. As both Chinese and Americans...
With a growing concern among the U.S. public about how much power Big Tech companies have, some concerned politicians and experts are in the process of trying to rein in the conglomerate.
Biden Administration Poses to Check Big Tech with FTC, NEC Nominations
With growing concern among the U.S. public about how much power Big Tech companies have, some concerned politicians and experts are trying to rein in the conglomerates. President Joe Biden’s administration recently nominated and appointed...
A Georgia Tech professor and a research director at a partially Chinese-state owned company have been accused of conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and wire fraud for helping Chinese nationals obtain visas under false pretenses.
Georgia Tech Professor Indicted for Conspiracy and Fraud, Helping Chinese Nationals Work at Partially Chinese-State Owned ZTE USA
A Georgia Tech professor and a research director at a partially Chinese-state-owned company have been accused of conspiracy to commit fraud, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and wire fraud for helping Chinese nationals obtain visas...
A security guard stands outside of the Security and Exchange Commission offices August 14, 2002 in Washington, DC
Implementation of Law by the US Securities and Exchange Commission Poses Problems for Chinese Tech Companies
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) implemented measures through the Holding Foreign Companies Accountable Act (HFCA) to kick foreign companies off American stock exchanges if they do not comply with U.S. auditing standards. The...
Although Facebook has been banned in China, the company recently exposed hackers who used the social media platform to lure Uyghur’s into downloading malicious software used for surveillance.
International Uyghur Community Targeted for Cyber-Espionage Through Facebook
Although Facebook has been banned in China, the company recently exposed hackers who used the social media platform to lure Uyghurs into downloading malicious software used for surveillance. According to Facebook’s Mike Dvilyanski, Head of...
Chinese state media will not be airing the Oscars next month due to conflicts with Directors Anders Hammer and Chloe Zhao, who are nominated for awards.
Chinese State Tries to Influence Hollywood by Banning Oscars From Airing
Chinese state media will not be airing the Oscars next month due to conflicts with Directors Anders Hammer and Chloe Zhao, who are both nominated for awards. The ban comes because the two have earned...
The U.S. and Japan have agreed to work together to prevent Chinese military aggression towards Taiwan.
Japan, US to Cooperate on Defending Taiwan From Beijing Aggression
The U.S. and Japan have pledged to prevent military aggression by Communist China towards Taiwan, the democratically governed island Beijing sees as a rightful part of its territory.  U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin brought up...
The National People's Congress of China passed electoral reforms that give Beijing the power to ensure that only loyalists will be elected in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Electoral Reforms Ensure Only Loyal Chinese Patriots Can be Elected
The National People’s Congress of China passed electoral reforms that give Beijing the power to ensure that only loyalists will be elected in Hong Kong. Many believe that the move is stepping away from democracy...