As a young infantry soldier in the Korean War, I fought directly against the communist Chinese army. As an army aviator, I fought against communists again during the Vietnam War.
Even after the wars on the battlefield ended, the countries ruled by communist dictators have been our enemies.
Communist China has continued to be our most dangerous enemy. It has stolen billions of dollars’ worth of our technology, and manufactured deadly fentanyl that has been smuggled into the United States to profit both communist China and Mexican criminal cartels and to addict and kill many Americans. It has used its military forces, its fiscal policy, its economic and diplomatic efforts, to harm the United States as much as it can.
The revelation that a U.S. taxpayer-funded government agency was willing to donate our taxpayers’ money to communist China, to what appears to be a biological warfare laboratory, seems to be a criminal act of aiding the enemy.
Even if the deadly Wuhan virus, which has killed 3 1/2 million people globally and more than 600,000 Americans, escaped from the lab by accident, there is no question that the Chinese communist dictator for life, Xi Jinping, made a deliberate decision to spread it around the world after their desperate attempts to contain it to Wuhan failed. These attempts reportedly even included dooming the infected to death by welding shut the doors of their apartments.
To limit the spread within China, the communist rulers stopped all air traffic between Wuhan and other areas of China. Their deliberate decision to allow international airlines to continue to spread the virus to other countries, and their failure to warn other countries of its deadliness, constitutes a declaration of biological warfare against the world.
All Americans should demand a thorough investigation of the act of aiding our enemy by donating our taxpayers’ money to what has long been identified by our intelligence agencies as a biological warfare laboratory.
The officials of the government agencies who made the decision to aid the enemy should be held accountable and brought to justice.