The Chinese Government is paying the price for the lies they’ve told the world.
There will be a huge reckoning for their communist government when the crisis is over.
A new discovery in the coronavirus genetics terrifies the Chinese government.
The Chinese government learned about the coronavirus in November 2019, yet in January 2020 they were still insisting that the coronavirus wasn’t passed transmissible through human contact.
And WHO being a weak agency that has become a Chinese puppet has promoted their misinformation.
The Chinese Communist government’s primary goal at the beginning was to keep the outbreak a secret, punishing doctors who reported seeing patients with SARS like symptoms.
When China finally shut Wuhan down, in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus, 5 million out of the city’s 11 million inhabitants had already fled.
Questions have consistently been asked as to the origins of the novel coronavirus.
The wet market the Chinese government has claimed to be the source of the coronavirus is just a few miles away from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
While there has been much speculation on the subject until now there hasn’t been any cold hard facts to back up the theory.
But now a closer look at the coronavirus DNA is making the theory far more plausible because the coronavirus that has emerged bears no resemblance to the strains of coronavirus that are found in the bats around Wuhan.
As Richard H. Ebright, a top coronavirus expert, told the Daily Caller:
When asked specifically if he[Ebright] believes the virus could have leaked from Shi’s lab in Wuhan, Ebright said: “Yes.”
“A denial is not a refutation,” Ebright said. “Especially not a denial based on ‘nature punishing the human race for keeping uncivilized living habits.’” …Wuhan Institute of Virology reported in early 2017 that after five years of surveying they had discovered 11 new strains of SARS-related viruses in horseshoe bats from China’s Yunnan Province. The virologist said at the time that the 11 strains contained all the genes to make a SARS coronavirus similar to that of the 2003 outbreak.
Shi contributed to a study published in February reporting that the novel coronavirus is 96.2% identical to a viral strain that was detected in horseshoe bats from the Yunnan Province.
However, two Chinese researchers noted in a separate paper in February that the horseshoe bats that are known to carry the nearly-identical viral strain live 600 miles away from Wuhan. The researchers also cited testimonies from nearly 60 people who lived in or visited Wuhan saying that the bat “was never a food source in the city, and no bat was traded in the market.”
Given China’s deceitful conduct from the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak serious questions need to be asked regarding how the virus made the jump into the human population.
America and the international community at large needs to seriously begin to invest in domestic manufacturing for all essential goods at the very least.
And if it turns out that China is completely responsible for the coronavirus outbreak there will be consequences that China will have to pay.