An overwhelming 81% of 13,000 people polled felt that China owes the rest of the world “reparation” for the pandemic as pressure rises on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over the Virus’s origin.

Only 11% of respondents in a huge National Pulse reader poll, which was subjected to an attempted hijacking by Chinese Communist bots, agreed the CCP owed no compensation for the virus and its effects on the global economy. 8% were uncertain.

A dramatic increase in activity in mid-June, which included attempts to inject malicious code into The National Pulse website, represented a larger effort to tamper with the survey findings.

Last month, former President Trump again lashed out at the Chinese regime for its responsibility in spreading the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus and reiterated that it must make reparations to the world.

What is most striking is that in this new statement, he no longer refers to “China” when he calls for global reparations but to the “Chinese Communist Party.”

“We were right about the China Virus from the beginning, and now the entire world sees it. This is why the Chinese Communist Party should pay $10 trillion in global reparations for what they allowed to happen, the worst event in world history,” he said in the statement, dated June 10.

The statement calls for a redo of the initial flawed WHO report on the Wuhan laboratory and urged a transparent investigation. “It is now unanimous, and I have been proven right (once again) that the initial World Health Organization Report on the Wuhan Lab was flawed and must be redone, this time by a truly transparent investigation,” he said.

Trump also criticized Anthony Fauci for his role in the pandemic and for supporting the Chinese regime. “Dr. Fauci likes to say it’s “science,” when in fact it’s just science fiction!” he added.

The former president’s comments come after thousands of Fauci’s emails were released following Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. The emails—among other things—show that Fauci learned that the coronavirus could have originated at the Wuhan lab while publicly denying the theory.

During his first public speech in three months at the North Carolina Republican State Convention on Saturday night, Trump suggested that any country owing China money should cancel its debts as a “down payment” on reparations. And the United States should place 100% tariffs on incoming Chinese goods, reports The Independent.

“We demand reparations from the Communist Party of China. China must pay. They must pay,” the former president said during the speech.