The tables have finally turned against China. The authoritarian regime is now being investigated for its role in spreading the coronavirus. This should have happened months ago, but as they say, it’s better late than never.
It has always been absurd to believe that the Wuhan lab leak theory wasn’t based in fact. More evidence points to the idea that COVID-19 leaked from the Wuhan Virology Lab than some random bat spreading the virus in a wet market.
It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes to conclude that a lab that was developing and studying coronavirus would be the source of the leak and the beginning of the pandemic.
The frustrating thing is that so many people—the WHO, the bulk of the scientific community, Dr. Fauci, and entire nations—all bought the B.S. bat origin story and laughed at those who dared use logic and posit that the coronavirus originated in the Wuhan lab.
But the days of taking Beijing’s word are over. In a rare piece of bipartisan legislation, the House of Representatives is set to announce a commission to investigate the origins of the coronavirus and will also allow families of Americans killed by COVID to sue the Chinese government.
Fox News reported, “U.S. House members plan to introduce two bipartisan bills Friday that address the origins of the coronavirus pandemic and would allow victims’ families to sue China. The first bill, the ‘Made in America Emergency Preparedness Act,’ would establish a 9/11-style bipartisan commission to investigate how the pandemic started. It is being introduced by five Democrats and five Republicans.
The second bill, dubbed the ‘Never Again International Outbreak Prevention Act,’ calls for allowing families of coronavirus victims to sue China by stripping sovereign immunity from it and any other countries ‘that have intentionally misled the international community on the outbreak.’ It will be introduced by U.S. Reps. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., and Conor Lamb, D-Pa.”
It is nice to see some bipartisanship take place on Capitol Hill for a change. However, count me as skeptical that this commission will come to any conclusions or that the members on the commission will work well together.
I want to be wrong on this one, however. This is too important of an investigation to put party ahead of country and of the entire world that was devastated by the China Virus.
This should have been an issue that the two parties should have come to a consensus on much earlier, but at least it is happening.
China needs to be punished for it crime against humanity. At best they simply covered up the virus, and at worst, they both covered up the virus and knew that the virus was leaked from the Wuhan lab.
Either way, China needs to face the consequences for it actions. If it is confirmed that the virus was leaked from the lab and they covered it up—which it seems almost certain at this point—then the international community needs to come together and impose economic sanctions the likes of which have never been imposed in history.
This would be the greatest manmade disaster in human history. American companies should be punished for working with the Chinese communists and forced to take their operations either back here to the US or another country—any country but China.
If we have to pay more for goods, then so be it. This is about more than money—this is about basic human dignity, and those who lost lives due to the actions of the Chinese Communist Party.
China has long been America’s biggest enemy, and too many people were willing to turn a blind eye because they were benefitting economically from China.
Those days must be over, and hopefully for once, Congress does the right thing, uncovers the truth , and then makes China pay for their crimes against humanity.