At his May 1 coronavirus press conference, President Trump said that he had seen classified evidence that covid-19 was created in a Chinese lab, and he also said that the World Health Organization was functioning as China’s public relations firm.
What’s important about the latter statement is that it means that not only will the WHO lie to make China look good, but that the medical opinions they issue may not actually be intended for the good of the world’s health, but in fact intended to hurt other nations in order to make them weaker and China stronger, on a relative basis. It’s already been established that China installed the president of the WHO as a means of obtaining total control of it, and weaponizing it, such weaponization being exactly what they’ve done in terms of the U.S. lockdown, the terms of which were dictated to Fauci by the World Health Organization. Fauci then advised Trump that those terms were the way to go, and Trump did as Fauci recommended. So, obviously, China used its mouthpiece, the World Health Organization, to talk us into a lockdown that would devastate our economy, in order to put themselves in a stronger position in their economic war against us.
China is at war with the United States. The terms of our lockdown were written in Beijing. The lockdown is devastating our economy. It’s not a coincidence. China used the WHO to push the lockdown in an act of economic warfare against the United States.
Excerpted From Zero Hedge:
“Have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that the [Wuhan lab] was the origin?
“Yes, I have… Yeah I have, and I think the WHO should be ashamed of themselves because they are like the public relations agency for China.”
“They shouldn’t be making excuses when people make horrible mistakes, especially mistakes that are causing hundreds of thousands of people around the world to die,” the president continued. “I think the World Health Organization should be ashamed of themselves.”
“What gives you a high degree of confidence that this originated in the [Wuhan lab]…”
“I can’t tell you that… I am not allowed to tell you that.”
Earlier during the same event, Trump was asked whether Chinese President Xi Jinping should be held responsible for the coronavirus outbreak.
“I don’t want to say that, but certainly it could have been stopped,” the president said.
“I wish they stopped it. The whole world wishes they stopped it.”
— Pomp 🌪 (@APompliano) April 30, 2020