Efforts to discover the true origin and reason for the COVID-19 pandemic that wrecked economies around the world and left millions of dead in its wake have intensified in recent months, especially as more signs point to a Wuhan, China-based lab as a likely culprit.
According to Fox News, President Joe Biden’s national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, promoted the president’s efforts to rally the international community during his G-7 summit trip to increase pressure on China to allow investigations into the virus to take place, going as far as claiming that the communist nation will face “isolation” from the world if it doesn’t play nice.
“A common voice”
It was during an interview on Fox News’ Fox News Sunday that Sullivan heaped high praise on the president’s efforts to bring other nations together to help convince China that allowing investigations into the pandemic’s origin.
“What Joe Biden did in Europe this week was rally the democratic world to speak with a common voice on this issue for the first time since Covid broke out,” Sullivan said.
Not surprisingly, given he’s a Democrat in the Biden administration, Sullivan took a shot at former President Donald Trump, suggesting that the former president wasn’t able to make as much progress on the issue as Biden has, though many strongly disagree with the notion that Biden is somehow tougher on China than Trump.
“President Trump wasn’t able to do it. President Biden was. He got the G-7 to endorse a statement saying in unison that China must allow an investigation to proceed within its territory,” Sullivan added.
What Sullivan conveniently failed to mention is the documented fact that Trump was brutally tough on China in the early stages of the pandemic, even shutting down travel from the communist nation to the United States — a strategic, life-saving move that Democrats and Biden’s mainstream media allies continually labeled as “xenophobic,” and “racist.”
Sullivan’s spin machine
The national security adviser droned on about Biden’s supposed progress in ramping up the pressure on China to cooperate, adding that it will leave China with an ultimate choice.
“Either they will allow, in a responsible way, investigators in to do the real work of figuring out where this came from, or they will face isolation in the international community,” Sullivan said.
In contrast, Trump, who blamed China for the pandemic long before it was even remotely acceptable to make such claims in the media, called on China to pay countries around the world, with the U.S. at the top of the list, a total of at least $10 trillion in pandemic-related reparations for how it mishandled the virus, according to the New York Post.
“The time has come for America and the world to demand reparations and accountability from the Communist Party of China,” Trump said during a recent speech in North Carolina. “We should all declare within one unified voice that China must pay.”
While Biden and his administration’s lackeys threaten China with “isolation,” — which is a total joke — it was Trump, from the beginning, who knew that the pandemic is China’s fault and has continually insisted that the communist nation make up for its disastrous mistakes.