Monday, May 4, 2020

Pompeo Reveals Intel Network Has 'Significant' Evidence That Virus Came from Wuhan Lab and 'intentionally concealed' Coronavirus Severity

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said Sunday that U.S. officials have “enormous evidence” the coronavirus outbreak first started in a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
Pompeo appeared Sunday on the ABC program “This Week,” and was interviewed by Martha Raddatz.
Raddatz said intelligence officials are saying China “concealed the severity of COVID-19 from the international community in early January while it stockpiled medical supplies. In terms of international concealing, I assume you think they did that intentionally to keep as many masks for themselves as possible.”
“Will there be some sort of retaliation?” she asked.
“So, Martha, you’ve got the facts just about right. We can confirm that the Chinese Communist Party did all that it could to make sure that the world didn’t learn in a timely fashion about what was taking place. There’s lots of evidence of that. Some of it you can see in public, right? We’ve seen announcements,” Pompeo said.
LINK: China 'intentionally concealed' coronavirus 
severity, DHS report says
“We’ve seen the fact that they kicked journalists out. We saw the fact that those who were trying to report on this – medical professionals inside of China – were silenced. They shut down reporting. All the kind of things that authoritarian regimes do. It’s the way the Communist Party has operated. This is classic communist disinformation effort,” Pompeo said.
“That created enormous risk, and now you can see hundreds of thousands of people around the world, tens of thousands in the United States, have been harmed. President Trump is very clear: We’re going to hold those responsible accountable and we’ll do so on a timeline that is our own,” he said.
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