CHINA SYNDROME

Premier Xi knew about the corona virus way before January 20, in fact he was made aware of it on January 7. BY then the virus was out of control. There had to be someone to blame and there was. Xi rolled a couple of heads for a show of force. That was to save face.

The Wuhan food market that carried everything from dogs to cats, beetles to bats and fish to ferrets was to be that fall guy. However, the genesis of the virus was eventually blamed on a lonely bat. ,

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Did coronavirus originate in Chinese government laboratory? Scientists believe killer disease may have begun in research facility 300 yards from Wuhan wet fish market

By ROSS IBBETSON FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 08:22 EST, 16 February 2020 | UPDATED: 11:00 EST, 16 February 2020

MailOnline US - news, sport, celebrity, science and health stories

(click here) Chinese scientists believe the deadly coronavirus may have started life in a research facility just 300 yards from the Wuhan fish market.

A new bombshell paper from the Beijing-sponsored South China University of Technology says that the Wuhan Center for Disease Control (WHCDC) could have spawned the contagion in Hubei province.

‘The possible origins of 2019-nCoV coronavirus,’ penned by scholars Botao Xiao and Lei Xiao claims the WHCDC kept disease-ridden animals in laboratories, including 605 bats. 

As we said before, believing the Communists is not something we take at face value. For now the statistics indicate that 70,000 are affected and almost 2,000 have died. Look for exponential numbers in the coming days.

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Fallout From ‘China Syndrome’ Has Already Begun

Coronavirus outbreak likely caused by illegal pangolin trade, study shows By AARON REICH   FEBRUARY 21, 2020 02:02

The Jerusalem Post - Israel News

Pangolins are the most illegally trafficked mammal in the world, second only to humans, and are especially popular in China and Vietnam, where their meat is considered a delicacy.

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