As the world is deeply saddened by the loss of innocent lives to the CCP virus, President Trump has said that China could have stopped the pandemic and suggested that the US would seek damages. One of his tweets sent on May 13 is a signal for the US to freeze the Chinese Communist Party’s oversea asset according to persons familiar with the matter.
The US will finish the compilation of the CCP oversea asset in three weeks before the asset freeze starts. President Xi is already aware of this upcoming asset freeze.
The CCP’s counter attacks will be met with decapitation type of response.
This breaking news was announced by YouTuber Lude, whose YouTube channel is followed by the friends of the Whistleblower Movement. He said he got the information from a ‘very reliable source’.
Last month, President Trump said: “We’re doing very serious investigations … We are not happy with China. We believe it could have been stopped at the source. It could have been stopped quickly and it wouldn’t have spread all over the world.”
President Trump responded to questions about a German newspaper editorial calling for China to pay Germany $165bn, suggesting he would also seek damages.
“Germany is looking at things, we are looking at things,” he said. “We are talking about a lot more money than Germany’s talking about.”
“We haven’t determined the final amount yet,” Trump said. “It’s very substantial.”
Chinese dissident Mr. Miles Guo has warned the US that the Chinese Communist Party is unleashing the CCP virus on purpose to cripple the US. So Americans should take immediate action against the CCP before getting more viral attacks.
Five witnesses including Chinese scientists and military officer provided evidence to world leaders to convict the CCP of making and spreading the virus.
The COVID-19 Accountability Act
U.S. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham proposed legislation on Tuesday to authorize President Trump to impose sanctions on the CCP if it fails to give a full account of events leading to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
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