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Xu Qiaoxin’s “extremely vicious flank” earns 8.7 million in government bids and pays taxes! Zhou Yukou responded | Politics | New Head Shell Newtalk

The famous mouth is Zhou Yukou.Photo: Flip through Zhou Yukou’s Facebook

Kuomintang city councilor Xu Qiaoxin once again bombarded senior media person Zhou Yukou to speak on behalf of the Green Camp this morning (12). She said, “Zhou Yukou’s pocket money is open to the public! Hmm, sister has received 8.7 million from taxpayers in four years. NT dollars are really fragrant!” Said Zhou Yukou, “We take the money paid by our taxpayers in May every year, and lead the party two million yuan each year for petty use. Can we not do the work of the ‘extremely vicious flank’?” Zhou Yukou responded: “With the public and private institutions , enterprises, project signing and contract signing are open, transparent and law-abiding!”

Xu Qiaoxin wrote to Zhou Yukou on Facebook today: “Why is it that my sister is not a good person, and she has to be so vicious as a flank, humming on TV every day? Isn’t this the way to continue #leading the party’s pocket money. No? Long-winded, the following is a list of Zhou Yukou’s rumors that the government bids for technology media in the past four years total more than 8.7 million (NTD 8,706,000). On average, the government squeezes out about 2 million each year to put it into the pockets of flanking companies to ensure safety. These are also It’s just the records on the books!”

Xu Qiaoxin sneered: “The National Development Council entrusted Zhou Yukou to “publicize major policies in the post-epidemic era”. What do you think she understands about epidemic prevention policies? In addition to leaking government secrets every day through channels that don’t know where it came from (Chen Shizhong didn’t dare to check her), there was also a Besides Chen Shizhong’s madness on her broadcast, what anti-epidemic policy will she promote? Another one is more urging, “Development of a Preliminary Investigation Plan for a Featured Pop Music Story Hall”, when will sister know pop music again? “

Xu Qiaoxin questioned: “An unprofessional media person who spreads rumors every day accepts tenders and does things that he doesn’t understand. All he takes is the money we pay taxpayers in May every year, and he receives 2 million from the party for petty use every year. Can you do a good job of the “extremely vicious flank”? Oh, by the way, her “big money master” is so coincidental. Like our Kaohsiung Nuan Nuan City, they are all state-owned institutions such as Taipower and CNPC. What a coincidence Oh.”

Former Taoyuan City Councilor Wang Haoyu escorted Zhou Yukou under the post and said: “Sister Kou, it’s not a public office, of course you have the freedom to set up a media company, this is a democratic society. Everyone can set up a media company to win the government’s bid, you It’s okay! Unless there is something illegal in it, is there no one to attack the Kuomintang to run a media company?” Xu Qiaoxin retorted: “I know what you mean, I think she gets too little pocket money, the party should ask for it. Post a little more.”

Zhou Yukou was previously criticized by the internet celebrity “House God” Zhu Xueheng for being a “very vicious flank”. Zhu Xueheng was given the sanction of non-prosecution, and he also shared Xu Qiaoxin’s bitter post in the fan group “Qiaoxin’s old card pocket money topic. Pension card money. , you and I both pushed it!” Zhou Yukou posted a statement on Facebook at around 1:30 p.m. to clarify: “Putting a statement: The signing of projects and contracts with public, private institutions, and enterprises are open, transparent, and law-abiding!”

The statement of “Fangyan” mentioned: “Since its establishment, Fangyan Technology Media Co., Ltd. has combined the media with modern technology to operate the “Fangyan” online platform, which has won the support of readers. Advertisers are the source of revenue and financial management is stable, and we will continue to abide by this principle in the future to develop a broad market.”

“Fangyan” statement stated that the company’s shareholders are all private individuals, and its clients include public and private institutions and enterprises. The signing of projects and contracts are open, transparent, law-abiding, and follow the professional ethics of the media; among them, government units and state-owned enterprises The cooperation case, the negotiation and signing process, and other media such as Lianhe Daily, China Times, TVBS TV station, etc., are consistent with the reasonable and legal model, welcome to check.

Kuomintang city councilor Xu Qiaoxin once again bombarded senior media person Zhou Yukou to speak on behalf of the Green Camp this morning (12). She said in a Facebook post: “Zhou Yukou’s pocket money is public! Hmm, sister has received 8.7 million from taxpayers in four years. Taiwan dollar is really fragrant!” Directly pointed to Zhou Yuko, “The taxpayers pay in May every year, and the party leads two million yuan each year for petty use. Can you do the work of the “extremely vicious flank” well?” Zhou Yuko responded: “With the public and private Institutions, enterprises, project signing and contract signing are open, transparent and law-abiding!”

Xu Qiaoxin wrote to Zhou Yukou on Facebook today: “Why is it that my sister is not a good person, and she has to be so vicious as a flank, humming on TV every day? Isn’t this the way to continue #leading the party’s pocket money. No? Long-winded, the following is a list of Zhou Yukou’s rumors that the government bids for technology media in the past four years total more than 8.7 million (NTD 8,706,000). On average, the government squeezes out about 2 million each year to put it into the pockets of flanking companies to ensure safety. These are also It’s just the records on the books!”

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