Nigel Farage, the leader of the Brexit movement, used his Twitter account to sarcastically “thank” China for the cancellation of Christmas due to an alleged second wave of contagion in the UK that led to the government implementing strict quarantine measures. A “journalist” from China Daily was quick to vulgarly attack the British politician only to end up being ridiculed.

Chen Weihua, editor of China Daily, official propaganda spokesman for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), responded, “Nigel Farage is a Trump’s puppet. A big joke in Europe. … Wear a mask and stop talking [expletive].”

Farage wasted no time in answering him.

Farage has been a major critic of the CCP’s invasive policies in Europe and the UK, perhaps one of the few politicians in Europe, to hold the CCP publicly accountable for the pandemic.

Farage led the Brexit grassroots movement to get the UK out of the European Union, a mission that has not yet been delivered under the Boris Johnson administration because of pressure from EU globalist bureaucrats who continue to threaten them with fines and economic consequences.

In an interview with Breitbart, he reflected on the toll the pandemic has taken on Europe and the world, “The West’s supply chains have become too dependent on China.”

Speaking of how much the Chinese Communist Party has infiltrated the West, he said, “I have pointed out before that many members of our big business class, of the civil service, and indeed of our political class are increasingly in the pay of China.”

But Farage seems not to be alone in his opinion. A poll conducted by the Henry Jackson Society found that 83% of the British think that CCP should be judged internationally for its responsibility on the CCP Virus.

Chen Weihua, a history of a typical communist bully

A compilation of publications by the CCP’s propaganda spokesman reveals that Chen often engages in attacks on those who criticize or repudiate the perversity of the CCP, without showing any manners or respect for the position of those to whom he responds.

When Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-Tenn.) criticized the CCP for lying and cheating, Chen wrote, “This is the most racist and ignorant U.S. senator I have ever seen. A lifetime [expletive removed].”

On other occasions he called President Trump a “insane and stupid lunatic” and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo a “[expletive removed] face.”

Chen perfectly represents the Chinese Communist Party for what it is, a gang of violent thugs, ready to attack and silence those who dare to criticize it and think differently.