In a shocking move, Chinese President Xi Jinping has announced that he will be censoring the news of the recent Kansas City Royals-Atlanta Braves trade of left-handed pitcher Richard Lovelady. According to Chinese officials, the Chinese President is concerned that the news could lead to political unrest in the country.
The Royals had initially agreed to trade Lovelady to the Braves in exchange for cash considerations, but the trade was suddenly reversed after it was revealed that the Braves had manipulated evidence in the agreement in order to gain an unfair advantage. President Xi Jinping is now concerned that news of the trade could spark an outcry from Chinese citizens, who have long been concerned with the issue of corruption in their government.
In an effort to prevent the spread of news of the scandal, Chinese officials have announced that the story of the Royals-Braves trade will be banned from all media outlets in China. They have also released a statement saying that anyone caught spreading news of the trade will be subject to severe punishment.
President Xi Jinping has also released a statement regarding the decision to censor the story, saying, “We will not allow our citizens to be influenced by foreign news that may threaten the stability of our nation. We must take steps to ensure the safety and security of our citizens, and this is one of those steps.”
It remains to be seen how Chinese citizens will react to the news of the trade, and how the Royals and Braves will handle the fallout. In the meantime, however, it appears that Chinese citizens will not be able to access any news of the trade in their own country.
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