CHINA'S DEADLY WEB OF COVID LIES!
National Enquirer|May 25, 2020
BEIJING HID WHERE OUTBREAK BEGAN, HOW VIRUS SPREAD & REFUSED KEY HELP FOR VACCINE - EXPERTS

China destroyed evidence of what went on at the wuhan lab, according to the report

CHINA lied to the world that COVID-19 could be transmitted between humans and “disappeared” whistleblowers during a frenzied monthlong cover-up, according to a leaked bombshell report by a group of five top intelligence agencies that includes the U.S.

What’s more, the Chinese government hindered an urgent race to develop a vaccine by REFUSING to hand over samples of the virus to frantic researchers in the U.S. — where more than 73,000 have died and 1.2 million have been infected with the deadly disease.

In a desperate bid to conceal the killer outbreak, China also recklessly allowed more than 430,000 potential virus carriers to fly to the U.S. and spread the infection, according to a top biological weapons expert.

“It’s all part of the coverup! They were trying to act as if there was no reason to worry,” Dr. Francis Boyle — a professor of international law at the University of Illinois College of Law who drafted the U.S. Biological Weapons Anti-Terrorism Act of 1989 — told The National ENQUIRER.

“Allowing people to leave China shows grave indifference to human life! It is sufficient to constitute homicide!”

According to the official Chinese narrative, the outbreak began in late December after it was transferred to humans from a bat sold at a wet market in Wuhan.

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