According to several major news outlets, three U.S. intelligence officials have confirmed the existence of a classified memo sent to the White House last week which confirms that China has been lying about both their total COVID-19 cases and deaths.
Some estimates suspect that as many as 42,000 people have died from COVID-19 in China with upwards of half a million infected. That is a shocking number when compared to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) official estimate of just ~3,300 deaths and ~81,000 cases.
The more egregious crime against the world was the inaccurate and incomplete information provided early on in the outbreak. It has been reported that China dragged their feet in providing the genome sequence to other countries. The Communist regime of Xi Jinping also declined repeated offers for U.S. assistance which would have also helped America prepare.
Adding insult to injury, several shipments of chinese medical shipments have been found to be faulty or even contaminated with COVID-19. Hundreds of thousands of testing kits sent from China to Spain were found to be accurate just 30% of the time. Then, thousands of masks sent from China to the UK were found to be contaminated with the coronavirus.
Fox News TV host Tucker Carlson debunked the official narrative from China on his show, revealing that Chinese scientists confirmed that the animal suspected of carrying the virus (horseshoe bat) was not sold in the Wuhan animal market as the government claimed.
Furthermore, Tucker pointed out that there are no known colonies of the bat within 500+ miles of Wuhan where the virus originated. The conclusion of the Chinese scientists? That the virus “likely came” from one of two government labs in Wuhan.
The revelation actually makes China’s motive clear – why would they engage in a cover-up unless they were knowingly at fault and have something to hide?
International anger and frustration over China’s conduct from beginning to now is starting to boil over with UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has tested positive for the illness, saying that there will be a “reckoning” when all of this is over.
The United States currently has over 200,000 confirmed cases and more than 4,500 deaths from COVID-19.