After President Donald Trump held the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) accountable at the U.N. for allowing the CCP Virus to affect 188 nations, it responded by avoiding the charge and attacking the United States.
CCP Ambassador Zhang Jun denied on Sept. 22, the role he played in spreading the CCP Virus around the world, and instead accused the United States of spreading a political virus and weakening the U.N.
In his speech, President Trump addressed the U.N. General Assembly, saying that it was the duty of the U.N. to hold the CCP responsible for the falsehoods it perpetrated causing the avoidable damage from the pandemic.
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) September 22, 2020
“In the earliest days of the virus, China locked down travel domestically while allowing flights to leave China and infect the world,” Trump began. “China condemned my travel ban on their country, even as they canceled domestic flights and locked citizens in their homes,” as he continued to enumerate the facts.
“The Chinese government [CCP] and the World Health Organization—which is virtually controlled by China—falsely declared that there was no evidence of human-to-human transmission,” Trump added. “Later, they falsely said people without symptoms would not spread the disease. The United Nations should hold China accountable for its actions.”
The CCP has been accused internationally for the irregular handling of the CCP Virus, based on the facts listed by Trump and many others. For these reasons, several countries have insisted that it be investigated by the U.N., but the CCP has used its veto power on the Security Council to prevent this.
A Chinese virologist who took refuge in the United States and now fears reprisals from the CCP revealed that she has scientific proof that the CCP Virus was created in a laboratory in Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the pandemic, the New York Post reported on Sept. 11.
Dr. Li-Meng Yan stated that the CCP Virus “comes from the laboratory, the laboratory in Wuhan, and the laboratory is controlled by the government of China [CCP].”