Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox. Sign up here.A young mom from New Mexico has found herself at the center of China’s propaganda campaign after a notorious Chinese diplomat retweeted her messages in an attempt to further sow misinformation about coronavirus.Lijian Zhao, a Chinese politician serving as deputy director of the Foreign Ministry Information Department, is heading a propaganda campaign to shift the blame for the worldwide coronavirus onto the United States, Italy and other countries. A vendor sells meat to customers at a market in Beijing on Jan. 15. (Getty Images)CHINA’S CORONAVIRUS BLAME GAME SHIFTS TO ITALYHe made headlines last week after taking comments from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention out of context, claiming the U.S. Army purposefully brought the coronavirus to China.The State Department has vehemently denied that claim, and the World Health Organization’s investigative report on the COVID-19 pandemic, which was published in February, found the novel disease originated in meat markets the city of Wuhan, the capital of Hubei province in China in November.CLICK HERE FOR FULL CORONAVIRUS COVERAGEZhao’s latest effort to spread misinformation was highlighted Wednesday after a woman identified only by her first name, Beatrice, told

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