Why are US media so quick to blame Russia for #Covid-19?

The US media have a tendency to go with the script.

But it’s not always true.

So we’re breaking down the myths about #Civid-18, including the many lies we’ve been told about it.

We’ll take a look at what’s really going on here, and why we’ve heard so much about #CoVid-15, but first, here’s the thing: The world is not at war with Russia.

As the world braces for the coronavirus pandemic, the US and its allies have been accused of being at war for decades, with Russia being blamed for a number of devastating crimes.

The US and Britain, which is allied with Russia militarily, have fought three wars against Russia over the past 60 years, including a series of proxy wars in Afghanistan, Ukraine, Georgia, and Syria.

The two countries have also clashed on the global stage in the form of the Cold War.

In fact, as we’ve seen recently, the two sides are close allies and share a common enemy in North Korea.

But this does not mean that the US has no business accusing Russia of doing horrible things.

In reality, it’s a completely legitimate, common, and common-sense approach to investigate this crisis.

First, it is not true that the virus has been eradicated in the US, because it hasn’t.

According to the World Health Organization, there are still about 200 million people living in countries with the virus, including more than 2.4 million Americans.

And the virus still spreads in many parts of the world, including in Europe and Asia.

But the virus is now very much a global threat.

This is especially true in places like the US.

In terms of the numbers, the virus remains the leading cause of death in the United States, with the disease responsible for almost all deaths, including that of US troops in Afghanistan.

And despite the US’ efforts to quell the virus by reducing its incidence in hospitals, the number of infections continues to increase in many countries.

That is the US government’s attempt to hide the fact that the country is suffering from an epidemic.

The world has seen how the US media has used this information to paint Russia as a villain.

The media has repeatedly shown that the United Kingdom and the United State have been at war since at least 2001, when US troops invaded Iraq and the US invaded Afghanistan.

Russia is now the world’s number one source of infection, and has been for decades.

And while Russia has denied any involvement in the outbreak, it has repeatedly denied its involvement in any of the attacks that have claimed thousands of lives and caused the world to fear for its future.

The United States and the UK are the only two countries to have declared a war on Russia.

And they have been doing so for decades: The US government has repeatedly made it clear that it considers Russia an enemy, despite the fact the country has never engaged in a major war.

Even after the 2014 Crimean annexation, when the US military began to intervene militarily in eastern Ukraine, the country was portrayed as a regional threat.

That was the backdrop to the ongoing conflict in eastern Syria, with US forces conducting airstrikes and supporting the Free Syrian Army, which has been fighting against the Assad regime for years.

The story of the United Nations’ investigation into the #CoVi spread has also been spun to the same effect.

As we’ve previously explained, the #CIVID17 report was rushed to the news agenda by the media, and was presented as an urgent, public health crisis that required immediate action.

But there is a deeper truth at work here: The media have been using a simple narrative to paint a false picture of Russia.

They’ve used the narrative of a nation of terrorists and the threat of nuclear war to justify their efforts to blame it for the virus.

They have also tried to justify the US-UK military intervention in the country, claiming that it was needed to contain a nuclear-armed country that is not in the West.

As you can see from the examples above, the media have tried to use the same logic to discredit Russia.

That’s not surprising.

We have a history of doing the same thing.

But as we explained in a previous article, it does not work like that.

First of all, it doesn’t work because it’s false.

Russia has never attacked the United Sates or the West, nor has it attacked the European Union.

This has been the case for centuries.

In this way, the narratives that the media use to paint the US as a country of terrorists are not based on fact but on propaganda.

It is propaganda because it tries to convince the public that the world is in danger.

It’s propaganda because we know that our leaders and our government are not honest.

They’re lying.

This kind of propaganda can be used to justify military interventions and aggressive wars.