China’s Communist Party can’t get away with dumping blame for the epidemic

On May 26, President Biden ordered the intelligence community to submit a report on the origin of the Chinese Communist virus (COVID-19) within 90 days. Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate also unanimously passed the COVID-19 Origin Act of 2021, which requires the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to submit a declassified report on the origin of the virus to Congress within 90 days. Fearing being held accountable, the Chinese Communist Party immediately dumped the blame again, though it has long been hard to escape culpability for deliberately concealing the epidemic that led to the global plague pandemic.

Senator Hawley said, “This administration, for its part, should hold the people accountable to the country that caused the outbreak” and that “this country’s lies about the virus that turned the disease into a global pandemic prevented our country and many other countries from responding to it in a timely and effective manner,” “I’m referring, of course, to China (the Chinese Communist Party).”

On May 27, Biden said again that a full investigation report would likely be released, and on May 23 media reported that three researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research had been hospitalized in November 2019 with symptoms that may be consistent with COVID-19. This reignited speculation that the virus may have come from a laboratory, and the new U.S. President Joe Biden, who had not previously focused on the outbreak’s recovery, may have felt the pressure. As the U.S. epidemic is stabilizing, it should have been the responsibility of the U.S. government to bring the outbreak recovery back on the agenda.

The focus of public opinion now seems to be more on whether the virus originated in nature or from a laboratory. The Chinese Communist Party has naturally denied the possibility of a laboratory leak, even denying that the virus originated in China, and has previously tried to use the WHO to cover it up. Now WHO Director-General Tan Desai, however, sees that the tide is turning and is reluctant to endorse the Chinese Communist Party, and says he is prepared to go to China again to investigate.

Whether medical experts, politicians or ordinary people, they really should know the truth of the matter. Unfortunately, it has been more than a year since the global pandemic of the plague, and the truth about where the virus came from and when human-to-human transmission started happening is still being covered up by the Chinese Communist Party.

Whether the virus came from a laboratory or from nature, the Chinese Communist Party has concealed the epidemic. After the WHO panel of experts left China more than three months ago, the panel’s chief expert, Peter Ben Embarek, revealed that the CCP showed 174 cases found in and around Wuhan in December 2019, which he believes were likely only severe cases, when more than 1,000 people may have been infected in Wuhan. “Of the infected population, about 15 percent ended up as severe cases, while the vast majority were mild cases,” he said, worrying that the CCP virus had likely spread in China well before mid-December.

Embarek also said that 13 different strains of the virus had emerged locally in Wuhan in December 2019, and the discovery of so many different variants could indicate that it had been spreading for a longer period of time. He was also exposed to the first case and said “he had no connection to the (South China Seafood) market.”

Regardless of where the virus came from, the fact that human-to-human transmission had already occurred in Wuhan in December 2019 is irrefutable. on December 30, eight doctors, including Ai Fen and Li Wenliang, the director of emergency medicine at Wuhan Central Hospital, blew the whistle and were admonished and silenced by the Chinese Communist Party police. It was not until January 20, 2020, that the CCP was forced to admit that people were passing people on, and the city of Wuhan was sealed on January 23.

On January 18, 2020, the Wuhan city government still allowed a 10,000-family banquet to celebrate the New Year attended by more than 40,000 families. After Wuhan was forced to seal the city, on January 28, the Wuhan Health Care Commission website stated that “the number of fever clinic visits increased day by day, exceeding 15,000 during peak hours” and that “from January 22 to 27, the city’s fever clinics received a total of 75,221 fever patients “.

The U.S. immediately evacuated people from Wuhan at that time; on January 31, the U.S. announced a customs closure on China. However, 5 million people had already left Wuhan before the city was closed. Some media outlets counted at least 430,000 people arriving in the United States by air from China in January 2020.

The Chinese Communist Party deliberately concealed the epidemic and caused the global plague pandemic, and the Chinese Communist Party is the culprit. The evidence to hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable has been conclusive, and the world has every reason to hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for concealing the epidemic, no matter where the virus came from.

The world should be watching the United States, and it is of course the U.S. intelligence community that really has the power to hold the most evidence. Russia and North Korea were the first to seal their borders on China, so perhaps they knew the truth earlier and may have known more facts in some areas, and the intelligence services of other countries would have worked hard to gather evidence, but U.S. intelligence should undoubtedly have the most comprehensive information.

In addition to intelligence, the U.S. is also the most powerful in initiating and organizing the pursuit of blame against the CCP, or rather, the CCP is most fearful of the U.S. In a May 27 press conference at the CCP Foreign Ministry, spokesman Zhao Lijian responded with another denial, still trying to dump the blame on the U.S., which Xinhua immediately echoed.

In the four months since the new U.S. administration took office, it has not clearly expressed its accountability for the CCP’s concealment of the epidemic, which is one of the main reasons for the CCP’s top brass to misjudge and confront the U.S. openly.

Now, in the face of the CCP’s aggressive confrontational posture, the new U.S. administration has finally begun to focus on the investigation of the source of the virus, which should be considered a good start. While investigating the source of the virus, the U.S. and the rest of the world should not lose sight of the fact that the Chinese Communist Party’s concealment of the epidemic is the key to its spread. Western countries are uniting against the CCP, and accountability for the epidemic should be on the agenda as soon as possible.

The U.S. government needs to give an explanation not only to the American people, but also to the Chinese people and the people of the world if the U.S. still wants to lead the world. With more than 169 million people infected and more than 3.52 million lives lost in 192 countries around the world, the criminal Chinese Communist regime can no longer be allowed to get away with this epidemic.

Investigating the origin of the virus is to prevent a similar tragedy from happening again. The plague has not yet passed, and the CCP is still spreading lies and posturing for confrontation, even attempting to tie the entire Chinese population to the war chariot and to renew the life of the CCP. Nowadays, countries should see that the only way to avoid the re-emergence of the concealed epidemic is to dismantle the Chinese Communist regime. Only then will the Chinese stop suffering and Americans and the rest of the world will have real peace of mind!