Most mainstream news outlets announced late last week that they would stop broadcasting news in Russia after the Kremlin passed a bill that made spreading “false” information about the invasion of Ukraine or calling for sanctions on Russia a crime.

CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, BBC, and Bloomberg all said they would not broadcast in Russia until further notice. Some of the outlets said they would still have journalists in Russia for now.

Putin has not yet signed the Kremlin’s bill into law, but is expected to do so.

The Washington Post and Wall Street Journal said they would not suspend operations in Russia right now.

The Post said that it was seeking clarity about the new rules and would be cautious about what they reported. In other words, they would cower before Russia and do what they want, just like Biden.

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