China “intentionally” obscured pandemic severity to hoard medical supplies, US Intelligence alleges

China Intentionally Obscured Pandemic Severity To Hoard Medical Supplies - We The World Magazine

In a recent report obtained by The Associated Press claim, China intentionally hid the extent of the pandemic back in January allegedly to hoard supplies to sell to the world. 

According to the 4-page Department of Homeland Security intelligence documents, while veiling the severity of the virus from the world, China increased the exports of medical supplies and decreased imports of the same. 

The report further goes on to accuse that China, for the most of January hid the contagious nature of the virus from the World Health Organization. The report states exports of surgical gloves, gowns, face masks, cotton swabs, thermometers, ventilation among others,  increased dramatically. 

China accused of hiding COVID-19 severity and hoard medical supplies
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According to the report, these differences in China’s import and export ranges are not within the normal range, and there’s a 95% probability. According to media outlet POLITICO, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who made headlines for saying China must be held accountable for the outbreak, hinted about the confirmed reports in an ABC News talk show on Sunday, May 3rd. 

“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.” 

  • Mike Pompeo via ABC NEWS


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