Biden Campaign Prove They Are In China’s Back Pocket After Comment On Fox News
During an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “The Story,” Biden Campaign Senior Adviser Symone Sanders proved that they are in the back pocket of the Chinese Communist Party.
Sanders accused the President of using “a racial slur” during his Wednesday press conference.
Sanders said, “Testing is still a real issue. We were happy to see the Trump administration and the president come out to the podium today and enact a number of sweeping changes. But the reality is, we have to ensure that we are doing what’s best for the American people. That means testing. That means being as innovative and creative as we can. But that also means being transparent.”
She added, “[I]f the Trump administration is getting the number of tests out that they said are going to get out, then that is amazing. But the reality is, we have not seen the tests that the Trump administration promised in the field and we have not seen those results yet. Now, results could be coming. … And some of what he said today was good. But the reality is, he also stood at the podium and called the coronavirus, COVID-19, what I would suggest is a racial slur.”
Host Martha MacCallum followed up and mentioned that other viruses are named after where they originate and gave examples like the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).
Sanders responded that despite China refusing to allow American scientists into the country to research the virus claimed that Trump’s name for the virus is “offensive.”
China has undergone a major campaign to blame the United States for the coronavirus and the media and politicians that are in their back pocket are using political correctness to shift the blame. The truth is China knew about the virus, covered it up, and didn’t warn the rest of the world until it was too late.
Fox News’ Martha MacCallum calls out Biden senior advisor Symone Sanders for trying to score political points on the coronavirus: “let’s be serious” pic.twitter.com/N1huVInB2m
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) March 19, 2020