Donald Trump Jr. tweeted out the latest monologue from Tucker Carlson about China and the coronavirus. He recommended that it would be the “most important couple of minutes of TV to ever effect you.”

The most important point that Carlson makes below is this one:

“It’s clear how China sees this pandemic: not simply, or even primarily, as a public health disaster in which thousands are dying, but as part of a larger geopolitical struggle for control of the world. Most Americans don’t perceive that, or understand the profound gravity of the stakes involved. How could they? Our leaders have lied to us about it for years.”

Carlson goes through the lies that China told from the beginning of the pandemic. He calls out China for lying but also calls out the American media and politicians for enabling the lies.

“The first reflex of the Chinese government is always to lie to hide failure and avoid embarrassment.”

The Chinese pointed to the wet markets and then the Italian armed forces personnel. That didn’t work, so they blamed the virus on the American military.

In the meantime, the Chinese government destroyed evidence and may have killed whistleblowers. Several of the whistleblowers are still missing.

The Chinese government locked down Wuhan but then let Chinese citizens travel around the world, spreading the virus.

Tucker Carlson calls out the American media and the New York Times for completely ignoring the news about how the virus was spread:

As of today, says someone in a position to know, there is an “almost unanimous” agreement in American intelligence-gathering agencies that the virus is currently destroying much of the world originally emerged from a lab in Wuhan.

Government officials in this country have believed that for some time. They’ve been unable to interest our media in writing about it. In recent weeks, analysts from the CIA, National Security Agency and others have briefed staff at The New York Times about the origins of this virus. The newspaper has still not reported their findings.

While our media ignores this vital information, the Chinese propagandists are busy pointing fingers claiming racism for calling the virus the “Chinese” or “Wuhan” virus. Our media and politicians fell right in line with the Chinese to push the narrative of “racism” and “xenophobia” if Trump calls the virus the “China or Wuhan” virus.

The most important point that Carlson makes is this:

“It’s clear how China sees this pandemic: not simply, or even primarily, as a public health disaster in which thousands are dying, but as part of a larger geopolitical struggle for control of the world. Most Americans don’t perceive that, or understand the profound gravity of the stakes involved. How could they? Our leaders have lied to us about it for years.”

 

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