US Claims Chinese Scientist Created Coronavirus as Trump Order Them Arrested

US Claims Chinese Scientist Created Coronavirus as Trump Order Them Arrested
US Claims Chinese Scientist Created Coronavirus as Trump Order Them Arrested. The United States Of America has arrested Hovard University professor after been deceptive over participation in the Chinese fund recruitment program and likewise arrested another Chinese national for partaking in the research of the deadly virus that gets the entire world panic.

As culled from the video below by Tontrends, United States Department Of Justice revealed the latest information on their moves to ensure that any suspected culprit behind the inception and widespread of the Covid-19 face the law.

Before we get to debunking, let’s note who is spreading rumors about the origins of the virus.

First, several prominent US conservative pundits and politicians — known to regularly spew nonsense (and bash China) — have been politicizing the bioweapon rumor for weeks.

“It probably is a ChiCom laboratory experiment that is in the process of being weaponized,” right-wing radio host and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient Rush Limbaugh said of the virus on February 24. “All superpower nations weaponize bioweapons.”

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) has repeatedly suggested before Congress and on Fox News that the virus could have come from the lab.

Former White House strategist Steve Bannon went on Fox News to defend Cotton and imply that the Chinese Communist Party was still hiding something about the origin of Covid-19. “The mainstream media and far left [are] saying, ‘Oh, he’s a conspiracy theorist,”’ Bannon said. ”All he’s saying: It’s incumbent upon the Chinese Communist Party and President Xi [Jinping] to come out and give all information … this is all Cotton’s saying.”

“Conspiracy theories about manmade viruses are not new. We saw this with HIV — the rumor that the US made it and introduced it into Africa. But they are really dangerous kinds of things to get spread around,” Gerald Keusch, a professor of medicine and international health and associate director of Boston University’s National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories, told Vox.

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