Amid the claims from several countries against the Chinese regime over the poor quality of the personal protective equipment (PPE) it sold them, it was learned that it charged Italy for the equipment Italy had previously donated to China.

Italy donated tons of PPE to the Chinese regime in solidarity with its people at the beginning of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus outbreak, and then received back only part of the same equipment, being forced to pay for it, according to Spectator.

“It’s so disingenuous for Chinese officials now to say we are the ones who are helping the Italians or we are the ones who are helping the developing world when, in fact, they are the ones who infected all of us,” a senior U.S. administration official said.

Spain found that 640,000 masks it bought from the Chinese regime were defective, and the Netherlands recalled 1.3 million of them for the same reason.

These facts are aggravated even more by the the Chinese communist regime’s lack of transparency in the face of the outbreak of the CCP Virus in its territory.

Not only did it conceal the appearance of the dangerous infectious agent for nearly two months, preventing the world from protecting itself in time, but it also persecuted the doctors who warned of the enormous risk involved.

Then, in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO), Chinese leader Xi Jinping disguised the disastrous effect that now causes tens of thousands of deaths around the world by saying that it was not transmitted from person to person.

The CCP then launched an international campaign blaming the U.S. military for the spread of the CCP Virus, and then went on to say that it would donate PPE to affected countries in an attempt to improve its already tarnished international image.

“The disinformation that China has put out is crippling responses around the world. … We’re operating on some level with a hand-tied behind our back,” added the senior Trump administration official quoted by the Spectator.

Even now, the veracity of the information provided by the Chinese regime is in doubt, because several indications indicate that the cases of infection and deaths caused by the CCP Virus are much more numerous than those reported.

“Of course, they should be helping. They have a special responsibility to help because they are the ones who began the spread of the coronavirus and did not give the information required to the rest of the world to plan accordingly,” said the official.

In the face of the Chinese regime’s mishandling of the shocking contamination, it is being sued several times over.

Some believe that the CCP Virus was developed as a biological weapon, which is why one of the lawsuits claims $20 billion in compensation.

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