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Coronavirus 'cover-up' is China's Chernobyl - White House adviser

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Too little and too late --  the story of the U.S. and the Trump Admin's failed response to the CV pandemic. The virus originated in China, but it came to the U.S. mostly via Europe, where the U.S. didn't impose any travel restrictions until mid-March.




One final viral infusion: Trump’s move to block travel from Europe triggered chaos and a surge of passengers from the outbreak’s center


Epidemiologists contend the U.S. outbreak was driven overwhelmingly by viral strains from Europe rather than China. More than 1.8 million travelers entered the United States from Europe in February alone as that continent became the center of the pandemic. Infections reached critical mass in New York and other cities well before the White House took action, according to studies mapping the virus’s spread. The crush of travelers triggered by Trump’s announcement only added to that viral load.




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So now we got the Chernobyl cover-up, the coronavirus cover-up and the JFK cover-up. Everybody happy now?

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On 5/25/2020 at 10:47 AM, Jack Mountain said:

The US is the new Thailand. Foreigner did it ....

As it has been pointed out, by the end of February a WHO team including US nationals had already accessed Wuhan and produced a report. Frankly, shouts of "China's Chernobyl" and debate about whether it was deliberately released from a laboratory (unlikely), leaked from a laboratory because of poor "virus security", (rather credible), or was introduced by bats in a "wet market" adjacent to the laboratory (a remarkable coincidence) are just an attempt to deflect attention from the Orange Buffoons utter inability to cope, because he is, as ever, concentrating on his image (and how he perceives it) rather than the task in hand.

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