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Pompeo: China Trying to Infect World with New COVID Variant – US Must Ban Incoming China Travelers


China got away with its first BIG laboratory-manufactured coronavirus pandemic in 2020. So did Dr. Fauci who helped fund the gain of function research. There was never any repercussions for creating the virus or for allowing the virus to spread and then lying to the global community about their role in the deadly pandemic.


So why not try it again? Chinese officials know they own the World Health Organization. The WHO Chief Tedros Ghebreyesus is under their thumb. And the formerly American tech giants gladly censor any truths or discussions that put blame on the Xi Jinping or the Chinese Communist Party.


On Sunday, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that China is plotting to infect the entire world with a new strain of the coronavirus in the new year.

Pompeo called on the US and global leaders to immediately shut down travel from China.


The Daily Mail reported:

Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo insists the U.S. – and the world – should shut down accepting travel from China right after the Communist country announced it would be easing travel restrictions in the New Year.
He warned that Chinese President Xi Jinping has a plot to infect the world and spread a new COVID-19 variant after ‘the whole world has been through hell.’
China, which has the most stringent COVID-19 restrictions still in place, announced last month that it would start allowing travel out of and into the country following three years of ‘zero COVID’ policies.
Several countries, including the U.S., immediately said Chinese travelers would be required to test negative for coronavirus before boarding flights.
‘It sounds like we might have as many as 1 million Chinese people infected. Fifty percent of their population traveling,’ Pompeo told Cats Roundtable host John Catsimatidis in a Sunday interview.


Author: Jim Hoft



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