Watch: Pelosi Claims Blaming China For The Coronavirus Is A ‘Diversion’
Globally the Wuhan virus that originated in China – as of the writing of this post – has killed at least 329,186 and resulted in at least 5,034,458 cases. However, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi claims that blaming the coronavirus on China is just a diversion.
In American almost 100,000 people have died, we have insane unemployment, and businesses are closing their doors for good. But according to “Ice Cream Eating Pelosi” who told everyone it was “safe” to go to Chinatown claims holding China accountable is a “diversion.”
China has refused to give the United States any samples of the coronavirus collected on their soil and recently announced they destroyed the original samples for “safety” reasons.
Business Insider Daily reports:
Liu Dengfeng, an official with the Chinese National Health Commission’s science and education department, said in a Beijing briefing on Friday that the samples were destroyed to “prevent the risk to laboratory biological safety and prevent secondary disasters caused by unidentified pathogens.”
He insisted that this was not done to cover-up or hide samples from other countries, but was done strictly for biosafety reasons.”The remarks made by some US officials were taken out of context and intended to confuse,” Liu said.
China lied about the virus and tried to cover-up what was happening and House Speaker Pelosi claims blaming China is a “diversion.”
In January they pressured the World Health Organization to lie to the globe saying the coronavirus was not being transmitted from human to human when in reality they had been dealing with a full-blown pandemic for a month. But, Nancy Pelosi says blaming China is a “diversion.”
Speaker Pelosi calls China a “diversion.”
In reality the Chinese Communist Party:
– Exports deadly fentanyl to the US
– Builds military bases in disputed territory
– Steals American intellectual property
– Covers up COVID-19
Doesn’t sound like a diversion to me. pic.twitter.com/MPo6L2UaBe
— Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (@GReschenthaler) May 20, 2020