During the Coronavirus Task Force press conference today, President Trump announced a freeze on World Health Organization funding:

The president went on to call the WHO “China-centric” and said, “they called it wrong,” referring to the coronavirus outbreak that started in China. Health officials alerted the WHO in early December of 2019 about the coronavirus. It wasn’t until March 11th (see below) that the WHO announced the pandemic.

The president then announced  a hold on funding: “And we’re going to put a hold on money spent to the WHO.”


The WHO failed to tell the world about the spread of the coronavirus. At the very least, the funding should be frozen during the investigation into their response to the virus.

During the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, Chinese doctors and citizens tried to warn the world but were punished, jailed, and even disappeared. The Chinese government did everything they could to cover up the coronavirus spread. The actions they took are criminal. One thing, in particular, the Chinese government let 5 million people leave the country after the Chinese New Year celebrations (see below).


While the media and politicians try their best to blame President Trump for the spread of the coronavirus, they’re ignoring the cover-up by the Chinese government that allowed the coronavirus to spread. THE INFORMATION BELOW IS AVAILABLE TO OUR MEDIA, BUT THEY HAVE CHOSEN TO IGNORE THE TRUTH.


The head of Emergency at Wuhan Central Hospital disappeared after she tried to warn the world:

Just two weeks ago Dr. Ai Fen, director of the emergency at Wuhan Central hospital, went public in the Chinese magazine, Renwu, saying she had been disciplined and silenced in December 2019 after alerting her superiors to the unknown virus afflicting her patients:

“If I had known what was to happen,” she said. “I would not have cared about the reprimand. I would have f**king talked about it to whoever, wherever I could.”

President Xi ordered her interview erased from the internet. She has now disappeared, her whereabouts are unknown.

In the beginning: Mid-November in Wuhan, China, and cases of a strange new flu start surfacing. In a sprawling city of 11 million people, the coronavirus, our invisible brutal enemy was born – festering at least a month and a half before the world was told.

“Not allowed to release their findings” – An independent newspaper in Beijing reported that testing labs that had cracked the code and identified the mystery flu as a new coronavirus strain were ordered to hand over or destroy their samples.

In December 2019, people were dropping like flies in Wuhan, and there was clear evidence of human-to-human contagion of the mysterious new virus. Once again, China said it had the situation under control.

Also in December, another Chinese doctor sounded the alarm on the new virus:

The Chinese doctor who sounded the alarm trying to warn others, Dr. Li Wenliang, later died of the coronavirus. Li Wenliang was hospitalized on January 12 after contracting the virus from one of his patients. He was confirmed to have the coronavirus on February 1st.

In December, he posted in his medical school alumni group on the Chinese messaging app WeChat that seven patients from a local seafood market had been diagnosed with a SARS-like illness and were quarantined in his hospital in Wuhan.

“I only wanted to remind my university classmates to be careful.”

Li, a 34-year-old doctor, working in Wuhan, the central Chinese city at the epicenter of the deadly coronavirus outbreak, told his friends to warn their loved ones privately. But within hours screenshots of his messages had gone viral…without his name being blurred.

“When I saw them circulating online, I realized that it was out of my control, and I would probably be punished.”

Soon after he posted the message, Li was accused of rumor-mongering by the Wuhan police. He was taken into the police station and charged with “spreading rumors online.” Li was even forced to sign a letter stating that he made false comments about the virus, the BBC reported

He was one of several medics targeted by police for trying to blow the whistle on the deadly virus in the early weeks of the outbreak.

Health officials alerted the WHO about the coronavirus in late December last year, but no reports were made to other countries, according to National Review reports.

Taiwanese officials warned the WHO in December, but China waited until January 20th to report human to human transmission of coronavirus. Taiwan’s vice president and former health minister said that “an opportunity to raise the alert level both in China and the wider world was lost” when the Taiwanese warning wasn’t heeded by the WHO.


In January President Xi Jinping made a decision that would ultimately condemn the world: allowing 5 million people to leave the epicenter of the virus without being screened:


This morning, during a House Oversight Committee hearing, Dr. Anthony Fauci, a leading scientist on the Trump administration’s coronavirus task force, issued a strong warning about efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

“Bottom line: it’s going to get worse,” Fauci told the lawmakers, adding, “I can say we will see more cases, and things will get worse than they are right now.”

STAT News – The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak a pandemic.


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