China’s latest Coronavirus propaganda about the Trump administration politicizing the COVID-19 pandemic obliterates the Democrats narrative being spewed by their fake news cohorts that President Trump was slow to respond to the pandemic.
Xinhua the Chinese State run news agency called on President Trump, and the United States to stop politicizing the COVID-19 pandemic.
But the reasons Xinhua stated to supposedly disprove that the accusations about China suppressing what was happening in Wuhan during the first days of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Amazingly also destroys the mainstream media’s Trump-hate narrative that President Trump didn’t react quick enough in addressing the coronavirus pandemic.
Hysterically, the Xinhua News Agency who is notorious for spewing Chinese propaganda were more accurate than what the United States News media have been spewing.
Xinhua asked ‘If the United States was misled or lacked sufficient information in the early days, then how could…’
- The CDC Centers issue precautions against the novel coronavirus-related disease on Jan. 15th.
- Why did the United States announce a decision on Jan. 25 to close its consulate in Wuhan and withdraw all its staff?
- Why did it, on Feb. 2, (actually Jan 31st) ban the entry of Chinese nationals and foreign nationals who had been in China over the last 14 days?
Here is the full statement Coronavirus propaganda posted by Xinhua:
BEIJING, April 17 (Xinhua) — The United States should stop politicizing the COVID-19 pandemic and focus on defeating the virus and boosting the economy, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said Friday.
Zhao made the remarks at a daily news briefing after U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper reportedly said that it is “difficult to believe information from the Communist Party of China” and that “they have been misleading the United States and opaque.”
Zhao said China had taken the most comprehensive, rigorous and thorough prevention and control measures in an open, transparent and responsible way since the COVID-19 outbreak and had actively promoted international cooperation on controlling the pandemic.
“If the United States was misled or lacked sufficient information in the early days, how could the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issue precautions against the novel coronavirus-related disease on Jan. 15? Why did the United States announce a decision on Jan. 25 to close its consulate in Wuhan and withdraw all its staff? Why did it, on Feb. 2, ban the entry of Chinese nationals and foreign nationals who had been in China over the last 14 days?” Zhao asked.
Smearing China cannot help the U.S. side to cover up facts and shifting blame cannot drive the virus away, Zhao said, noting the international community could only win the battle against the pandemic through concerted efforts.
“We urge the U.S. side to focus more on defeating the virus and boosting the economy at an early date,” he said. Enditem
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