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Fauci appears in forum with Chinese Communist Party health expert preaching ‘global solidarity’

Dr. Anthony Fauci, chief medical adviser to President Biden, appeared in a webinar recently alongside a leading health official from the Chinese Communist Party.

During the webinar, put on by the University of Edinburgh, Fauci and Dr. Zhong Nanshan, a top official on China’s National Health Commission, discussed their hopes and fears about the future of public health and agreed that “global solidarity” is the most important factor in confronting the coronavirus pandemic as well as any dangerous pathogens that may come in the future.

“We have to maintain the spirit of solidarity, cooperation, and collaboration, and build global health security agendas and networks, so that we’re all in it together, every single country,” Fauci said during the event, in response to Zhong’s call for “global solidarity.”

Fauci added at another point: “We have been successful in the past by global cooperation with smallpox, with polio, with measles. There’s no reason in the world why we cannot do the same thing with COVID-19 by a combination of cooperative public health measures and the application of science.”

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Zhong, who has been described as “China’s Fauci,” spewed Chinese Communist Party propaganda about the origins of the virus and the amazing success of the Chinese response to the pandemic during his opening remarks.

The Chinese official conveniently started his timeline of coronavirus in China on Jan. 20, more than a month after the virus had started spreading in Wuhan while reports about its dangers were being silenced by the Chinese government. Fauci sat silently.

Then, Zhong produced a chart showing how the United States has had the world’s worst response to the virus, while China remarkably has had the best. Again, Fauci said nothing, despite the U.S. intelligence community’s understanding that China’s numbers are “fake.”

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In fact, Fauci would later highlight the importance of Wuhan-style lockdowns to “suppress” the virus, saying, “To emphasize something that both of us said: If we do not completely suppress this, we will continue to be challenged by variants which have a way of coming back to bite us.”

Fauci stressed the great need for “a multi-year, decades[-long] commitment, and that is to make and strive for essentially access to quality healthcare for everyone in the world, so that health is really a human right in many respects.”

In his coverage of the event, national security reporter Jordan Schachtel noted that while the webinar received comparatively little U.S. press, it was received with praise by government officials and state-run media in China. Here are a few examples:

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Sen. Dianne Feinstein defends China, says it is ‘growing into a respectable nation’ and shouldn’t be blamed for the coronavirus

Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) said Thursday that China is “growing into a respectable nation” during a speech cautioning America against holding the communist country accountable for misleading the global community at the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

“We hold China as a potential trading partner, as a country that has pulled tens of millions of people out of poverty in a short period of time, and as a country growing into a respectable nation amongst other nations. I deeply believe that,” Feinstein said during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

The senator’s comments fly in the face of numerous reports indicating that the Chinese Communist Party engaged in a cover-up of the origins and dangers of the coronavirus in the crucial early days and weeks of the outbreak, often silencing doctors and journalists attempting to get the truth out.

A study released earlier this year found that if interventions in China has been “conducted one week, two weeks, or three weeks earlier, cases could have been reduced by 66 percent, 86 percent and 95 percent respectively” and significantly limited the disease’s spread around the world.

Also, Feinstein’s comments come amid a flood of damning reports that portray human rights abuses carried out by the communist government, namely the mass detention and forced sterilization of Uighurs, a Muslim ethnic minority in China’s Xinjiang region.

Disturbing drone footage originally posted last year on YouTube showed large groups Uighurs blindfolded, bound, and with shaved heads being forced onto trains.

The Washington Free Beacon reported that Feinstein made the remarks in a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing during which representatives debated a bill that would strip sovereign immunity from China.

The bill, called the “Civil Justice for Victims of COVID Act,” was sponsored by a group of Republican senators and would allow individuals to sue the Chinese government over its “reckless actions or omissions causing the COVID-19 global pandemic in the United States.”

The outlet also noted that Feinstein has “benefited from her husband’s relationship with China.”

“She pushed for expanded trade relations with China as her husband’s company was partnering with business ventures in the country,” the Free Beacon reported, adding that Feinstein has “said that a ‘firewall’ existed between her political career and her husband’s business interests.”

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President Xi Jinping says China is strengthening its military and preparedness as tensions with US escalate

Chinese state media is reporting that President Xi Jinping is calling on his country to strengthen its armed forces and military preparedness amid the coronavirus pandemic, as tensions between the United States and China continue to escalate during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to the state media report, Xi stated that the Chinese military’s role in battling COVID-19 proves that they “have once again proven themselves to be heroic forces that can be fully trusted by the Party and the people.”

More significantly, Xi reportedly “ordered the military to think about worst-case scenarios, scale up training and battle preparedness, promptly and effectively deal with all sorts of complex situations and resolutely safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests.”

Jinping’s remarks come as China is facing international scrutiny for its handling of the coronavirus outbreak and its actions in curtailing freedom in Hong Kong.

China faces increased calls for an independent multinational inquiry into the origins of the coronavirus, and also into whether the Chinese government played a role in covering up the existence of the virus in the early stages of the outbreak, or allowed it to spread throughout the global community.

The Chinese government claims to welcome such an inquiry, but with the United States threatening “severe” action (including sanctions or worse) in retaliation for China’s actions in the early stages of the coronavirus outbreak, Xi’s remarks can easily be interpreted as saber rattling directed toward Washington, D.C.

Additionally, China faces increasing domestic unrest at home, as its anti-democratic crackdown on Hong Kong threatens to cause another wave of violent protests to erupt in the key city. Also, President Donald Trump has threatened sanctions against China for its actions against Hong Kong.

Multiple outlets have reported that China plans to engage in large-scale military exercises in the South China Sea later this summer, which could further escalate tensions with the United States as such exercises are seen as threats toward the independence of Taiwan, which China still claims as a rogue province.

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China admits it destroyed early coronavirus samples but says it did so for ‘safety’

China has admitted that it destroyed early samples of the novel coronavirus, but said it did so for safety reasons. The acknowledgment by a Chinese official is a response to comments made earlier this week by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

A Chinese official publicly stated that the destruction of early samples was for “biosafety” and not part of a cover-up of the coronavirus outbreak.

“Based on comprehensive research and expert opinion, we decided to temporarily manage the pathogen causing the pneumonia as Class II — highly pathogenic — and imposed biosafety requirements on sample collection, transport, and experimental activities, as well as destroying the samples,” China’s National Health Commission’s Liu Dengfeng told reporters, according to the South China Morning Post.

“If a lab does not have the necessary conditions to store samples, they should destroy the samples on-site or send them to professional storage institutions,” Liu said. “Those are strictly enforced rules.”

Chinese public health laws say that labs that do not meet certain standards must either transfer samples to a qualified depositary for safekeeping or destroy them. China’s National Health Commission reportedly ordered the samples to be destroyed on Jan. 3.

“The remarks made by some US officials were taken out of context and intended to confuse,” Liu said in reference to Pompeo.

China made the statement in response to accusations made by Pompeo on Monday. Pompeo questioned why China wouldn’t share early COVID-19 samples that were taken in Wuhan back in December.

“The Chinese Communist Party tried to suppress information about this virus, about where it began, about how it started, about how it was being transmitted from human to human, indeed employed the World Health Organization to further that storyline,” Pompeo told Christian radio program “Focus on the Family.”

Last month, Pompeo said, “China didn’t share all of the information it had. It censored those who tried to warn the world, it ordered a halt to testing of new samples, and it destroyed existing samples.”

“The CCP still has not shared the virus sample from inside of China with the outside world, making it impossible to track the disease’s evolution,” Pompeo added.

Additionally, China refused to allow the World Health Organization to participate in an investigation into the origins of COVID-19, according to Dr. Gauden Galea, the WHO’s representative to China.

“We know that some national investigation is happening but at this stage we have not been invited to join,” Galea said.

“WHO is making requests of the health commission and of the authorities,” Galea added. “The origins of the virus are very important, the animal-human interface is extremely important and needs to be studied.”

President Donald Trump questioned China’s proclamation that coronavirus originated from wet markets in Wuhan. Trump said he has a high degree of confidence that coronavirus originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Trump added that the WHO is a “public relations agency” for China.

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Chinese constitutional scholar detained and questioned after criticizing the government online

A Chinese constitutional scholar was temporarily “taken away” and questioned by police Sunday after posting an open letter criticizing the Chinese communist government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

In the widely circulated letter — which was viewed by the South China Morning Post but has since been removed from social media sites — Zhang Xuezhong, 43, reportedly called on China’s legislature to carry out political reforms such as instituting freedom of speech.

He wrote that in the absence of a modern constitution, China’s governance was backward and that “the outbreak and spread of the COVID-19 epidemic is a good illustration of the problem.”

Zhang also slammed the Chinese government’s police state tactics such as silencing early whistleblowers amid the outbreak.

“Twenty-two days before the [lockdown] in the city, Wuhan was still investigating and punishing citizens who had disclosed the epidemic, including Dr. Li Wenliang … showing how tight and arbitrary the government’s suppression of society is,” he wrote.

He was ‘taken away’

A day after posting the letter on his WeChat, Zhang was removed from his Shanghai home by police, according to friends.

“He was taken away on Sunday night. Three police cars came to his house,” said Wen Kejian, a close friend of Zhang who is also an independent political analyst.

Another friend, who remained anonymous confirmed that Zhang had been taken into police custody, but said that “he [was] mentally prepared after his open letter.”

In his WeChat post, Zhang wrote, “The best way to fight for freedom of expression is for everyone to speak as if we already have freedom of speech.”

While allegedly in police custody, the SCMP reported that calls and texts to Zhang and the Shanghai municipal police bureau went unanswered.

He is now back home

Roughly 24 hours after being taken into custody, Zhang was reportedly allowed to return home, friends close to him confirmed, saying that “his physical condition seems all right.”

Late Monday, Zhang posted a message to friends on his WeChat thanking them for their support.

“I saw so many friends expressing concern for my current situation. Thank you very much. I am now at home and all is well. Good night everyone. I need to get some sleep first, apologies for not being able to reply to your messages,” Zhang wrote.

The outlet noted that Zhang, a former political science and law professor at East China University, is a “regular contributor to overseas publications and a well-known critic of China’s political and legal system.”

Zhang was reportedly removed from his post at the university in 2013 due to his critical stance against the government. After that, he worked as a defense lawyer for activists before having his license revoked by authorities last year.

The Chinese government has been accused of attempting to cover up the facts surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic since the outbreak started in Wuhan late last year. Since then, the virus has infected more than 4 million people worldwide, resulting in over 285,000 deaths.

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Bill Gates praised China’s COVID response, trashed America’s, then had his words immediately used by Chinese propagandists

Billionaire Microsoft founder Bill Gates recently defended the communist Chinese government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, arguing that they “did a lot of things right at the beginning.” As for America’s response to the virus — he said that it was “particularly poor.”

His stunning comments came during an interview with Fareed Zakaria on CNN Sunday.

What did he say?

“How would you respond to the charge that the Chinese covered this up, they essentially deceived the rest of the world, and as a result, they should be held in someway responsible for this?” Zakaria asked Gates during the interview.

“Well, I don’t think that’s a timely thing because it doesn’t affect how we act today. China did a lot of things right at the beginning,” Gates said in response. “Like any country where a virus first shows up, they can look back and see where they missed some things.”

“Some countries did respond very quickly and get their testing in place and they avoided the incredible economic pain, and it’s sad that even the U.S., that you would have expected to do this well, did it particularly poorly,” Gates went on to claim.

Gates went on to call criticisms of China “a distraction.”

That’s not right at all

Gates seems to have forgotten that Chinese authorities have been lying about the virus since the start of the outbreak late last year in Wuhan.

They censured and reprimanded early whistleblowers who sought to inform the public about the dangers of a novel coronavirus spreading within Wuhan. Health care workers were silenced and citizen journalists went missing. It wasn’t until December 31 that China finally reported the virus to the country’s World Health Organization office.

Officials claimed that the outbreak started in a Wuhan wet market where bats were sold, but is becoming more and more likely that the virus accidentally originated in a Wuhan virology lab. Officials claimed for weeks that the virus could not spread between humans despite very early evidence of human-to-human transmission. For at least 6 key days, they peddled the lies.

Even after the virus spread worldwide, the Chinese government continued to lie about the extent of the outbreak within its own country. Officials have gone so far as to blame the U.S. for the pandemic, claiming that the U.S. military developed the virus and infected China and Europe.

Chinese state propaganda

Almost immediately after the interview, Gates’ remarks in defense of China were promoted by Chinese state propagandists.

Chen Weihua, China Daily’s European Union bureau chief, posted the clip on Twitter, writing, “Bill Gates blasts Trump’s blame game on China as a distraction.”

(H/T: The Daily Wire)

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China pressured the EU to change a report about their pandemic coverup — and they did

A bombshell report from Reuters documented China’s successful effort to soften a report from the European Union that would describe their “disinformation campaign” about the coronavirus pandemic.

The Reuters report cited four diplomatic sources and was published on Friday.

The sources said that the European report on the Chinese coverup was set to be released on April 21 when Chinese authorities heard about it and persuaded the E.U. to postpone its release and edit its contents.

Reuters reviewed correspondence from a senior Chinese official warning that “if the report is as described and it is released today it will be very bad for cooperation.”

In one example of the changes made, the excised portion of the report clearly blames China for a disinformation campaign:

“China has continued to run a global disinformation campaign to deflect blame for the outbreak of the pandemic and improve its international image. Both overt and covert tactics have been observed.”

In the edited version that was published publicly by the E.U., China’s role is reduced significantly, with the disinformation campaign being attributed to “state-backed sources from various governments, including Russia and – to a lesser extent – China.”

A later note adds the tidbit of “significant evidence of covert Chinese operations on social media.”

Many have accused China of covering up their culpability in the spread of the global pandemic, including Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) who said that he believed China seeded cases in other countries in order to maintain their relative global power.

Here’s more about China’s culpability for the pandemic:

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Chinese journalist who disappeared for weeks after reporting on the coronavirus cover-up resurfaces in video praising police

A Chinese citizen journalist who went missing for nearly two months after exposing the COVID-19 outbreak in Wuhan has resurfaced in a video praising police for its “civil” and “legal” treatment of him.

Li Zehua, 25, was one of several citizen journalists who went missing in Wuhan after refusing to stay silent about the virus. He was previously last seen on Feb. 26 when he documented his own arrest. After being cut off on the road by a white SUV, Li uploaded a video of him calling a friend to explain the situation and then later started a livestream that ended when two agents entered his apartment.

In the new video, uploaded Wednesday, Li claims that he was arrested by police and subsequently forced to quarantine for several weeks due to his possible exposure to the virus by visiting “sensitive epidemic areas,” according to a translation of the video by the Guardian.

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He had to turn over his electronic devices to a friend during the quarantine, in which he was monitored by security guards and only able to watch the evening newscast from state broadcaster, China Central Television. Yet, Li expressed his thankfulness to the authorities who detained him.

“Throughout the whole time, the police acted civilly and legally, making sure I had rest and food. They really cared about me,” he said, adding that he was finally released on March 28 and since then has been spending time with his family.

The Guardian also noted that Li spoke much more patriotically than he had before his arrest.

“May God bless China and the people of the world unite,” Li said in the video.

Before his arrest, the Guardian noted, Li “reported on a local neighborhood committee’s efforts to cover up new infections and interviewed sick residents. He visited a crematorium where a worker said people were being paid more to transport bodies.”

Li worked as an anchor for Chinese state television before resigning in February and traveling to Wuhan to cover the coronavirus outbreak.

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China is using Trevor Noah’s videos from ‘The Daily Show’ to bash Trump in their propaganda

The communist Chinese government is utilizing video from comedian Trevor Noah in order to bash President Donald Trump in their propaganda, said a New York Times report.

The report documented some of the ways that the Chinese government is downplaying how bad coronavirus hit Wuham, where it originated, while exaggerating the decimation in Italy and Spain.

Among the propaganda tools used in China to mislead their citizens is video of Noah from “The Daily Show” giving a scathing criticism of the response to the pandemic by Trump.

“The website of Global Times, a tabloid controlled by the Communist Party, added Chinese subtitles to a video from Mr. Noah’s show that featured President Trump and many Fox News personalities, showing how for weeks they played down the risks of the coronavirus,” said Li Yuan, the New York Times’ Asia tech columnist.

Yuan added that these videos were propagated with disturbing headlines, such as “Blood is on their hands and they should all be sued!”

She offered her personal recollection of being subjected to Chinese propaganda as a child.

These tactics aren’t new. Many Chinese children of my generation read a newspaper column for students called “Socialism Is Good. Capitalism Is Bad.” Each week, it described the wonders of China alongside the hardships of capitalist societies. The lesson: Socialist China takes care of its people, while people in the United States go hungry and the elderly die alone.

Even if the stories were true, they didn’t represent the full picture. Chinese children like me pitied Americans even when almost all of China lived in poverty. How much would we have envied them if we had known that most could eat meat whenever they liked?

The report goes on to document how many writers and vloggers have vanished in China when they tried to report on the real situation against the government’s wishes.

On Monday, Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said that the evidence pointed to China purposely seeding coronavirus cases in other countries in order to strengthen their relative global power.

Here’s more about Chinese culpability for the pandemic:

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EXPOSED: WHO director accused of coronavirus cover-up linked to radical TERROR group in Africa

YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki recently said any content that goes against the World Health Organization’s recommendations during the coronavirus pandemic will be removed from the platform to prevent the spread of false information. So apparently it won’t matter how well researched and documented the information is, if the WHO doesn’t like it, it won’t be up to the American public to decide whether to watch or listen.

“What I’m about to tell you is going to be banned, most likely, on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. And every place else, because it goes against the WHO,” explained Glenn Beck on Wednesday’s radio program. “But three weeks ago, I called for a full audit of the WHO.

“At this point, you know about their assisted cover-up with the overlords of the Chinese Communist Party to try to hide the fact that China is directly responsible for the coronavirus pandemic. And President Trump has rightly halted all US funding to the WHO until we can find out what the heck is going on over there, who is involved, and how deep this is,” he continued.

Everything Glenn and his research team discovered about WHO Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus’ is well documented, and his connections, not only to the Chinese Communist Party, but also to radical terror groups in Africa is truly shocking. Suddenly, it all makes sense why the WHO has backed China so adamantly throughout the communist nation’s attempts to cover up their culpability in this coronavirus pandemic.

“And this is the guy that everybody in the world, including our media, is claiming is acting in good faith when he covers up for China over the coronavirus,” Glenn added.

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MSNBC’s Katy Tur under fire for tweeting and deleting: ‘Kim Jong Un is brain dead’

MSNBC’s Katy Tur apologized after tweeting that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is “brain dead” following a surgery.

CNN announced on Monday that Kim recently had a surgery and had suffered complications as a result.

What are the details?

To her 724,000+ Twitter followers, Tur wrote, “North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is brain dead, according to two US officials. He recently had cardiac surgery and slipped into a coma, according to one US current and one former US official. @NBCNews confirms and adds to CNN scoop.”

Following apparent questions — and swift backlash — over the tweet, Tur deleted the tweet.

“I’ve deleted that last tweet out of an abundance of caution,” she admitted. “Waiting on more info. Apologies.”

At the time of this writing, Tur has not tweeted further on the alleged status of Kim Jong Un.

The North Korean leader has reportedly not been seen in public since April 11.

You can read more about Monday’s late-breaking story here and here.

What else?

On Monday night, CNN’s Jim Sciutto said, “I’m told by a U.S. official with direct knowledge that the U.S. is monitoring intelligence that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is in grave danger following a surgery.

“Now we should note that Kim, he recently missed the celebration of his grandfather Kim Il Sung’s birthday on April 15,” he added. “This raised speculation about his wellbeing, about his health.”

The Los Angeles Times later announced, “The Daily NK, a Seoul-based website that gathers information from informants inside the isolated nation, reported Tuesday that Kim underwent ‘a cardiovascular surgical procedure’ and was now mostly recovered.” The Times noted, however, that it was it was “impossible to immediately verify the report, which the Daily NK said was based on one person inside North Korea.”

On Tuesday, national security adviser Robert O’Brien appeared on Fox News and promised that the U.S. is “keeping a close eye” on the reports.

“We’re monitoring these reports very closely,” O’Brien said. “As you know, North Korea is a very closed society.”

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Tom Cotton accuses China of intentionally seeding coronavirus cases in other countries to maintain power

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said that he believed China purposely seeded the coronavirus in other countries in order to maintain their relative global power.

Cotton made the stunning accusations in an interview with Pat Robertson at CBN News.

“I think it’s pretty clear that China is culpable for unleashing this pandemic on the world,” said Cotton.

“First off, as you just reported, all the evidence, circumstantial to be sure, but all the evidence right now points to these laboratories in Wuhan as the most likely source for this virus. Perhaps it was an accidental breach that resulted from Chinese incompetence, but still they knew the risks, they knew the shortcomings in those labs,” he explained.

“But even worse, by late December, early January, once it became clear to the Chinese communist party leaders that this virus was highly contagious and deadly and was being transmitted from humans to humans, they continued to encourage travel outside of China to the rest of the world,” said Cotton.

“I believe that was a deliberate decision that was designed to seed cases around the world so China wouldn’t be the only nation that suffered a relative decline of its power,” he claimed.

“That’s why I think China is culpable for this pandemic,” Cotton concluded, “and why there has to be consequences for them.”

Robertson was stunned at the accusation from Cotton against China, prompting the senator to list the many human rights violations of the communist government, including concentration camps against religious minority groups.

“They force women to have abortions, they harvest organs from political prisoners. And of course their communist forebears in the Chinese communist party, going back to the 1940s, are responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of their own people,” said Cotton.

“Those kinds of people would think of nothing of putting this virus outside of China’s borders, if that’s what it took to maintain China’s relative power in the world,” he concluded.

Robertson highlighted the growing possibility of a military conflict over Chinese aggression in the South China Sea. Cotton dismissed any military conflict but said that China had to face some
punitive consequences for their actions.

Here’s the interview with Cotton:

Sen. Tom Cotton Tells CBN About China’s Suspect Role in the Coronavirus Pandemic

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President Trump redirects World Health Organization funds to Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse

The White House Budget Office instructed federal agencies to redirect the money normally intended for the World Health organization to groups that perform similar work such as the Red Cross and Samaritan’s Purse.

The move indicates that President Donald Trump intends to make his temporary halt on funding to the WHO permanent, the New York Post reported Thursday.

The Post report noted that “Trump administration officials have ceased ‘voluntary’ contributions from agencies including USAID, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Health and Human Services — totaling about $300 million-$400 million a year.”

The president on Tuesday announced that he would suspend U.S. funding of the United Nations relief organization due to its role in parroting China’s lies and misinformation about COVID-19 in the early stages of the global pandemic. The WHO repeated without scrutiny the Chinese government’s dubious claims that the disease was not spread as a result of human-to-human transmission, and failed to call the communist government out when it had become apparent they were misleading the global community about the virus.

The U.S. was the largest donor to the organization, accounting for roughly 10% of the WHO’s yearly $4.8 billion budget.

Aside from its role in repeating misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic, Trump administration officials have reportedly taken issue with the WHO’s sizable travel budget and penchant for supporting liberal policies such as climate change and abortion.

According to the Associated Press, the annual WHO travel budget is about $200 million, dwarfing many of its health programs. In 2016, the WHO spent $71 million on AIDS and hepatitis, $61 million on malaria and $59 million on tuberculosis.

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Republican bill will allow American citizens to sue China for coronavirus coverup

A Republican lawmaker announced on Thursday that she would be sponsoring a bill to allow Americans hurt by the coronavirus pandemic to sue China for their lies and coverup leading to the spread of the pandemic.

Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) tweeted that she and Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) were introducing the bill.

“[Sen. McSally] & I are introducing the Stop COVID Act to make China liable for unleashing COVID-19 on our country,” she tweeted.

“Americans victimized by Chinese Communist Party lies & deceit deserve the opportunity to take China to court in the U.S. & demand compensation,” she explained.

Many have criticized the communist government of China for not warning the world quickly enough about the extent of the coronavirus threat that originated in Wuhan.

“The Chinese government must be held accountable for the pain its inflicted across the U.S.,” said McSally in a tweet. “Our legislation will allow Americans to file lawsuits against Beijing for its role in perpetuating the coronavirus.”

Blackburn also derided the World Health Organization for pushing Chinese “propaganda” about the pandemic and for criticizing President Donald Trump for his response.

While many believe the “wet markets” in Wuhan originated the virus, some reports suggest that it sprung from a virology laboratory instead.

Other lawmakers have been clamoring for China to face some retributive punishment over their role in covering up the pandemic, while critics of the president have accused him of using these issues as way to deflect from his culpability.

Here’s more about China and coronavirus:

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Democratic senator says Trump, not China, is to blame for the coronavirus crisis

Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut was hit with a wave of criticism after he said that China was not to blame for the coronavirus crisis in the United States.

Murphy made the comments in an interview with Anderson Cooper on CNN Wednesday.

He was describing a closed door meeting at the White House in February about the coronavirus where he claimed the administration was not taking the threat seriously.

“They were just incredibly confident that they had beaten coronavirus, at that time there were only a few cases here, they were reflecting what the president said in those clips because they thought that the travel bans had kept it out of the United States,” Murphy said.

“We told them that they needed money, and they needed money fast in order to buy supplies, in order to hire more staff, and they told us that they didn’t need any funding, that they had everything that they needed, and I walked out of that closed door briefing uhm, just with chills running down my spine, because many of us on both sides of the aisle knew what this virus had done in China,” he explained.

“We knew it was a matter of time before it arrived here, and it was just shocking how cavalier the administration was,” he claimed.

“This was at a time when the president really, you know, viewed this as a hoax, he said so on TV, and the reason that we’re in the crisis that we are today is not because of anything China did, it’s not because of anything the WHO did, it’s because of what this president, and it’s because he didn’t take this virus seriously,” said Murphy.

“We weren’t gonna be able to keep every case out of the United States,” he concluded, “but we didn’t have to have tens of thousands of people dying.”

Murphy immediately received criticism on social media, and he offered a clarification on his comments.

“Watch the whole interview. I didn’t ‘defend China’. I made the accurate point that no matter how badly China screwed up, 100,000 Americans didn’t need to die,” Murphy tweeted.

“It has been Trump’s botched response that has caused our outbreak to be this catastrophic,” he added.

Also on Wednesday, a Fox News report documented claims from more sources that China had originated the virus in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.

Here’s the video of his comments:

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Breaking: Sources claim coronavirus originated in Wuhan lab as a result of China trying to surpass the US

A Fox News report provided more evidence that the coronavirus originated in a laboratory from Wuhan, China, and provided a motivation relating to China trying to surpass the United States.

The report relied on multiple sources telling Fox News they had access to knowledge about China’s early reaction to the spread of the virus and documents relating to the pandemic.

According to the report, the virus spread as a result of Chinese efforts to challenge the United States in their ability to identify and combat viruses.

One of the sources said it may be the “costliest government coverup of all time.”

The report however refuted speculation that the pandemic was an intentional bio-weapon spread to damage the United States and other rivals of China.

The sources claim that the virus was transmitted from a bat to a human at the Institute of Virology lab in Wuhan.

While some experts have theorized that the virus might have originated in the “wet markets” in Wuhan, others have noted the coincidental close proximity of the laboratory to the outbreak.

The report also corroborated accusations that the World Health Organization collaborated with China in order to cover up their culpability in the lethal global pandemic.

President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he would be halting payments to the WHO based on numerous mistakes the organization made as the virus spread from China to the rest of the world.

Here’s more about the Fox News report:

Sources: Coronavirus pandemic may have started in Chinese laboratory

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Leaked State Department cables add weight to the theory that COVID-19 started in a Wuhan virology lab

In 2018 — nearly two years before the start of the global coronavirus pandemic — U.S. officials in China sent warnings to Washington expressing safety concerns over a Wuhan facility’s research into coronaviruses in horseshoe bats, adding weight to the theory that the novel virus originated in a lab and not at a Wuhan wet market.

The news broke in a report Wednesday by Josh Rogin of the Washington Post, who said that he obtained access to the first of two diplomatic cables sent from State Department officials who had visited the Wuhan Institute of Virology in January and March 2018.

According to Rogin, in January 2018, the U.S. Embassy in Beijing sent American science diplomats to the Wuhan lab, which had in 2017 become the first lab in China to achieve BSL-4 clearance, or the highest level of bioresearch safety. That clearance — granted by a Chinese accrediting agency — allowed researchers at the lab to study the world’s most dangerous pathogens.

What did the cables say?

Evidently, what the U.S. officials discovered during their visits concerned them so much that they proceeded to send two Sensitive But Unclassified cables back to Washington. In the first cable, according to Rogin, the officials warned that inadequate safety measures and risky research could result in a new SARS-like pandemic.

“During interactions with scientists at the WIV laboratory, they noted the new lab has a serious shortage of appropriately trained technicians and investigators to safely operate this high-containment laboratory,” states the Jan. 19, 2018 cable.

“Most importantly,” the cable states, “the researchers also showed that various SARS-like coronaviruses can interact with ACE2, the human receptor identified for SARS-coronavirus. This finding strongly suggests that SARS-like coronaviruses from bats can be transmitted to humans to cause SARS-like diseases. From a public health perspective, this makes the continued surveillance of SARS-like coronaviruses in bats and study of the animal-human interface critical to future emerging coronavirus outbreak prediction and prevention.”

The cable also noted that the U.S. officials met with Shi Zhengli, a virologist known as “bat woman” for her virus-hunting expeditions into bat caves and subsequent research on coronaviruses in bats. In November 2017, just months before the visit from U.S. officials, Shi’s team at the Wuhan lab published research showing that horseshoe bats she had collected were likely from the same gene pool as the ones that spawned the 2003 SARS epidemic.

Anything else?

The information represented in the diplomatic cables appear to corroborate other evidence quickly amassing that points to the Wuhan Institute of Virology as the origin point — though that evidence is, at this point, still circumstantial.

In early April, TheBlaze reported on suspicious job postings coming from the Wuhan lab in November and December 2019 that indicate researchers were in fact studying coronaviruses in bats. What’s more is that the second of the two postings also seemed to indicate that researchers were seeking additional help to control their confirmed discovery of new viruses.

A Google translation of the Dec. 24 posting said: “Long-term research on the pathogenic biology of bats carrying important viruses has confirmed the origin of bats of major new human and livestock infectious diseases such as SARS and SADS, and a large number of new bat and rodent new viruses have been discovered and identified.”

At the time of the posting, China had reported an onslaught of “mystery pneumonia” cases plaguing Wuhan. In the coming weeks, Chinese officials would finally admit that these cases were the result of a new coronavirus infecting its population.

Additionally, the article noted that a research paper published on Feb. 6 by the South China University of Technology suggested that virus most likely came from an animal known as the intermediate horseshoe bat. Only horseshoe bats are not naturally found within 900 kilometers of Wuhan and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could not confirm the oft-repeated claim that horseshoe bats were sold the wet markets in the city.

What does it mean?

The evidence seems to indicate that Chinese researchers in Wuhan were indeed studying coronaviruses in bats not unlike the SARS-CoV-2 virus that is responsible for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in the years prior to the outbreak in late 2019.

The cables allegedly sent in early 2018 demonstrate that U.S. officials from the U.S. Embassy in Beijing were not only knowledgeable about such research but concerned about the potential that such dangerous research could result in a SARS-like pandemic such as the one plaguing the world right now.

Though no official government intelligence has yet confirmed the notion that the virus originated in a Wuhan virology lab, according to Rogin, the theory has standing among many national security officials in the Trump administration. The cables, one senior official allegedly said, adds further weight to the theory.

“The idea that it was just a totally natural occurrence is circumstantial. The evidence it leaked from the lab is circumstantial. Right now, the ledger is on the side of it leaking from the lab is packed with bullet points but there’s almost nothing on the other side,” the official reportedly said.

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WHO official says she suspected human-to-human transmission ‘right from the start’ — but the WHO repeated China’s lies for weeks saying the opposite

A World Heath Organization official said that she suspected human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus “right from the start,” a claim that runs counter to the guidance that the organization was giving to the rest of the world during the early moments of the pandemic.

The WHO has been heavily criticized by the Trump administration and others for repeating China’s lies since the start of the pandemic as the Chinese Communist Party attempted to cover up the extent of the outbreak.

“Right from the start, from the first notification we received on the 31st of December, given that this was a cluster of pneumonia — I’m a MERS specialist, so my background is in coronaviruses and influenza — so immediately thought, given that this is a respiratory pathogen, that of course there may be human-to-human transmission,” Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove said Monday during a WHO press briefing.

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That wasn’t the WHO’s story in January

If Dr. Kerkhove truly was confident that COVID-19 would spread through human-to-human transmission “right from the start” as she now claims, then the WHO had a funny way of disseminating that information.

On Jan. 12 — nearly two weeks after being notified about the outbreak — a WHO news release assured that “based on the preliminary information from the Chinese investigation team, no evidence of significant human-to-human transmission and no health care worker infections have been reported.”

“At this stage, there is no infection among healthcare workers, and no clear evidence of human to human transmission,” the news release added.

The day after, on Jan. 13, the WHO doubled down on the claim, and then on Jan. 14, they tripled down on it.

There were warning signs in December

Reports that the virus was spreading among Wuhan health care workers were already being circulated late last year. In December, doctors in Taiwan reportedly learned from colleagues in mainland China that medical workers were contracting the disease — which is a significant indicator of human-to-human transmission.

Additionally, an early study published in the Lancet on Jan. 2 found that only 27 of the 41 confirmed coronavirus cases in Wuhan had connections to the wet market where the virus purportedly started (though that claim is also highly dubious).

The Chinese Communist Party was attempting to control the information, however. Chinese citizen journalists and doctors, such as Li Wenliang and Ai Fen, who were attempting expose the truth about the highly contagious disease were reprimanded and silenced, and some even went missing.

Yet despite China’s suspicious censorship activity and compounding evidence that human-to-human transmission had begun, the WHO joined China in misleading the global community for weeks about the virus. Taiwanese officials even alerted the WHO about the human-to-human spread, but they were ignored.

The Daily Caller notes that “by the time the WHO acknowledged evidence of human-to-human transmission, which they did on Jan. 22, the U.S. had already detected its first coronavirus case.”

So why did the WHO “run interference” for China? Here’s one possible reason.

(H/T: The Daily Caller)

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Did coronavirus REALLY come from bat soup? Scientists in China release study linking origins to Wuhan lab

During his latest Wednesday night special, Glenn Beck explained why a study released by two Chinese scientists indicates that it’s far more likely the coronavirus originated from the Wuhan Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and not from bat soup as the Chinese Communist Party has been telling their own citizens — and the rest of the world.

Several Western governments have come to the same conclusion. Yet, despite all the evidence, the Chinese government continues to pump out propaganda, not only lying about the origins of the virus, but also trying to blame this pandemic on America.

The full episode of “GlennTV” is available now on

Watch this clip to see Glenn make his case — and check out Glenn’s new book, “Arguing with Socialists,” in stores today.

CORONAVIRUS NOT FROM A BAT: Scientists in China Release Study Blaming WUHAN LAB for Pandemic

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FCC commissioner unleashes vicious Twitter thread asking China to ‘un-disappear’ people who spoke out against the communist regime’s handling of coronavirus

Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr launched a vicious Twitter thread response against Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying Thursday night, listing off several Chinese whistleblowers who were reportedly silenced by the communist government after speaking out about the coronavirus.

“Could you un-disappear them so we could speak?” Carr blasted as he listed off the various whistleblowers in the thread, which included doctors Ai Fen and Li Wenliang and journalists Li Zehua and Ren Zhiqiang.

Hua had posted a tweet Thursday morning urging cooperation between the U.S. and Chinese governments in order to combat the coronavirus pandemic.

“Welcome to China anytime and talk to anyone in the streets to enjoy the freedom,” she
wrote, adding in another tweet that “China [was] the 1st to report and share virus data with [the World Health Organization] and other countries.”

“When will Washington invite joint international expert team to the US for investigation?” she asked.

Then this happened:

In the last tweet in his thread, Carr asked Hua if her offer to come to China anytime and talk to anyone “still stands.”

“Or has it suddenly disappeared as things tend to do over there?” he asked.

The Chinese Communist Party has come under intense scrutiny since the start of the global coronavirus pandemic in Wuhan late last year, leading to speculation that Chinese officials were engaged in a cover-up of the outbreak. Questions still remain about the nature of the origin of the virus.

Early whistleblowers about the virus were repeatedly censured, reprimanded, or in some cases, went missing.

In early April, U.S. intelligence officials concluded in a classified report that the Chinese government was still underreporting the extent of the outbreak in the country.

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AG Barr: China is in a ‘full-court blitzkrieg’ against the US — ‘and we are focused on it’

U.S. Attorney General William Barr believes China — not Russia — is America’s biggest geopolitical threat and claimed Wednesday that China is currently “engaged in a full-court blitzkrieg” against the U.S.

In an interview with Fox News’ Laura Ingraham, Barr spoke plainly about the nature of China’s aggressive actions against the U.S., which he says includes wide-scale technology theft and concerted efforts to influence elections.

“This virus originated in China, we still don’t have all the data, we still don’t really know about patient zero in China,” Ingraham said. “A lot of that data is being withheld still from the United States, and top medical people are saying that. What about the Justice Department getting involved more, I guess obviously, to the American people in this battle against the ongoing propaganda machine of China in the United States at our universities, in businesses — hey, in the White House Press Room the other day.”

“Yes, the Department is heavily engaged in that. In fact, that’s one of our highest priorities in the counterintelligence realm, counterespionage realm, and protection of trade secrets is our activity’s directed to defend against the Chinese,” Barr said in response.

“The Chinese are engaged in a full-court blitzkrieg of stealing American technology, trying to influence our political system, trying to steal secrets at our research universities and so forth — and we are focused on it,” the attorney general asserted. “We have something we call the China Initiative. We’ve brought a lot of indictments, but it’s something that we also have to expose by letting the business community understand exactly the nature of the threat.”

Ingraham also asked Barr who he sees as the greatest threat to the American election process — China or Russia.

“In my opinion it’s China,” Barr responded. “And not just to the election process, but I think across the board there’s simply no comparison. China is a very serious threat to the United States geopolitically, economically, militarily, and a threat to the integrity of our institutions given their ability to influence things.”

China, long-considered an American adversary, has come under intensified scrutiny since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, which originated in Wuhan, China, late last year.

By all accounts, the communist government in China has been less than forthcoming about the origins and the nature of the global pandemic that has now infected nearly 1.5 million and killed nearly 90,000 people worldwide.

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Over 380,000 travelers entered the US from China in January while the Chinese government was downplaying the coronavirus

More than 380,000 people entered the United States on flights from China in the month of January while the Chinese government was downplaying the severity of the coronavirus.

In January, over 1,300 flights from China arrived in U.S. airports, according to data gathered by the New York Times. Most of the flights touched down in major population centers such Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, and Seattle.

That number doesn’t even include travelers who arrived from China on itineraries that first stopped in a different country, a spokeswoman for the Department of Homeland Security told the Times. She estimated that these indirect fliers accounted for about one quarter of travelers from China.

To make matters worse, during the first half of the month, while Chinese officials were minimizing the dangers of the outbreak, no travelers from China were screened for potential exposure to the virus. The Times report noted that travelers weren’t screened until mid-January, and by that time roughly 4,000 people had entered the U.S. directly from Wuhan, where the outbreak began late last year.

In December, reports began to circulate about an onslaught of “mystery pneumonia” cases hitting Wuhan. Many within the country believed the cases to be the result of a new SARS-like virus. One scientist, Dr. Li Wenliang, along with several others, tried to warn people on social media about the potential for an outbreak, but the Chinese Communist Party quickly silenced them.

It wasn’t until New Year’s Eve that China informed China’s World Health Organization office about the unknown illness, and even then, the only action that was taken was to close the wet market in Wuhan that was said to be the virus’ origin point. Over the following weeks, Chinese officials clamped down on information, reported no new cases, and insisted there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission — all the while allowing people to leave the country.

When the truth about the virus began to come out, President Trump ordered a ban on travel from China. That was on Jan. 31. At the time, the move was criticized by Democrats and the mainstream media, but in reality, it was likely too late to stop the initial spread of the virus.

On Jan. 20, the U.S. announced its first confirmed COVID-19 case, but the virus was likely circulating in the country for weeks prior.

A study released in March found that if preventative measures in China had been “conducted one week, two weeks, or three weeks earlier, cases could have been reduced by 66 percent, 86 percent and 95 percent respectively — significantly limiting the geographical spread of the disease.”

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The TRUTH about face masks and COVID-19: Here’s what they’re not telling you

For weeks now, our political leaders and the media have been repeating the World Health Organization’s claim that non-medical-grade face masks don’t work when it comes to preventing the spread of COVID-19. So, why are infectious disease experts now reconsidering their guidelines?

According to the New York Times, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, said the guidance on wearing non-medical masks is “being critically re-reviewed, to see if there’s potential additional value for individuals that are infected or individuals that may be asymptomatically infected.”

In actuality, they didn’t trust the American people to do the right thing and prioritize healthcare workers to receive masks first, opined Glenn Beck on the radio program Thursday. But they do work, and “if we’re going to open the country up, we are going to all have to wear face masks,” he said.

Listen to the clip to hear more details:

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE: Face Masks DO Work, US Cases Per Capita, and WHO Lies for Communist China

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MSNBC praises China for coronavirus response and warns Trump not to antagonize them

Progressive cable news network MSNBC praised China for their response to coronavirus and warned President Donald Trump against antagonizing the communist country in a segment on Rachel Maddow’s show.

Despite skepticism from many experts that the official statistics from the communist Chinese government, Maddow and her guest New York Times science and health reporter Donald McNeil, propagated the doubtful propaganda on her show Tuesday.

McNeil claimed that Trump should stop insulting China because he may need to beg them for help later.

“In China, there are forty thousand doctors and nurses and respiratory technicians, went from all over China to Wuhan and helped the Wuhan doctors fight the virus,” said McNeil.

“There’s no more virus in Wuhan,” he claimed.

“Those doctors have all gone home, there’s been victory parades for them, gratitude, flowers and everything. They’re heroes. They have skills in fighting COVID-19,” McNeil continued.

“I don’t see why we couldn’t hire for our pandemic a lot of those doctors, nurses, and respiratory technicians,” he added.

“The bottleneck I fear,” McNeil speculated, “is that the Trump administration is so afraid to admit that it might need help from outside, that it would refuse them visas, but again, that would cost lives, I think that would be a mistake.”

McNeil went on to use “reporting out of China” to claim that Chinese President Xi Jinping offered Trump help during a phone call.

“I think it’s not a good idea to keep insulting China and baiting them because if you look far enough down the road, President Trump may have to go to them with his hat in his hand, because we’re gonna be able to design a great vaccine, but I don’t know if we’re gonna be able to run our vaccine plants if too many are sick,” McNeil continued.

“I’m not quite sure, we may need vaccine from China, and they, out of anger, could simply say, ‘sure, it’ll be ten thousand dollars a dose,’ and that’s the free market working with you on the bad end of the stick,” he said.

“We don’t wanna face that,” he concluded.

Maddow offered no pushback on McNeil’s claims.

On Wednesday, U.S. intelligence officials confirmed reports that China had misreported the numbers of deaths from coronavirus by purposely not counting asymptomatic persons who tested positive.

Here’s the Chinese propaganda segment:

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