One of the great things about President Trump is his total lack of fear in speaking his mind. And what’s usually on his mind about a given subject is right in line with what the majority of us folks in the real world think too. Take, for example, how he’s really ripping into China over the massive role they played in causing the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump recently posted a tweet where he accused the communist country of “incompetence” due to its failure to report the full facts to the global community and warn them of the true dangers of the coronavirus, which led to hundreds of thousands of unnecessary deaths that could have been prevented.
Here’s more from The Washington Examiner:
“Some wacko in China just released a statement blaming everybody other than China for the Virus which has now killed hundreds of thousands of people,” he said. “Please explain to this dope that it was the ‘incompetence of China’, and nothing else, that did this mass Worldwide killing!”
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) May 20, 2020
China and the United States have been engaged in a war of words as Chinese Communist Party officials have attempted to deflect blame for the infectious disease outbreak, which has ravaged global economies and killed more than 300,000 people worldwide.
President Trump didn’t drop names concerning which Chinese officials his tweet was referring to, but it just happened to come a day after Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Zhao Lijian told reporters that the United States is trying to shift the blame for this mess over to China.
This is the same guy who back on March 26 said the US military is responsible for bringing the virus to China, which almost all of the evidence points to being false. What did you expect from a communist country? If the guy goes against the official narrative he might end up taking a dirt nap.
Bottom line is China is responsible for the outbreak. They need to be held accountable for their actions, or lack thereof. What that looks like, I don’t know exactly. But money paid out to countries who experienced massive economic destruction would be a good first step.