The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is ordering large amounts of medical supplies from Chinese manufacturers, arousing fears that the country is preparing for a second wave of the CCP virus.
One expert says the virus is behaving very differently in northeastern China. He notes three major differences from the outbreak in Wuhan.
China has kicked off its most important annual political meetings in Beijing. Authorities are also tightening their grip, suppressing ordinary citizens seeking redress from state governments.
A pro-democracy local official in China was recently forced into a mental hospital by authorities after she went to Beijing to distribute leaflets appealing for democratic reforms in China.
And the CCP has launched another round of efforts to infiltrate the Hong Kong’s legal system, with CCP officials planning to introduce a new national security law in the National People’s Congress in Beijing, bypassing the Hong Kong legislature. Trump has said that the United States will react strongly if the law is enacted.