China Must Pay $60 Trillion in COVID Damages, Trump Demands

The pandemic of the novel coronavirus has been terrorizing humanity for nearly two full years now; with the emergence of the delta and omicron variants, it shows no signs of abating.

The losses inflicted upon all of humanity by this practically Biblical plague are stunning and devastating. There is no doubt the blame for the pandemic lies with the authorities of Communist China, which at first tried to covered up the initial outbreak.

Thus, the Chinese leadership completely failed to stop the outbreak, allowing it to quickly turn into a pandemic. China caused unfathomable COVID-19 devastation far away from its borders, especially in the United States and the rest of the West.

Reparations of ‘Upwards of $60T”

Against this backdrop, President Trump has been just about the only major political figure calling for holding Communist China accountable. Trump is insisting that Beijing pay America and the rest of the world reparations for inflicting COVID-19 upon us.

Speaking on Fox News Sunday, President Trump estimated Communist China must pay at least $60 trillion in reparations to the rest of the world combined for causing the COVID-19 pandemic.

Trump once again insisted China must be held accountable for its role in the worldwide spreading of the coronavirus. “China has to pay,” Trump declared, adding that Beijing is obliged “to do something.”

According to Trump, a proper estimation of the worldwide damages caused by COVID-19 would most probably be “upwards of” $60 trillion.

Trump also demanded that Beijing do something in order “to make up” for inflicting the COVID-19 pandemic upon everybody. He emphasized this calamity caused by China isn’t just absolutely horrible because of what it has done so far, but also because “it doesn’t stop.”

Pandemic’s Origin is ‘Obvious’

So far, the pandemic killed a total of over 5.3 million people around the world, with more than 800,000 in the United States alone.

However, that is just the official tally by Johns Hopkins University, based on government data from around the globe. The number of fatalities in many countries, mostly dictatorships such as Russia, China, Iran, and many others is most probably underreported.

While health authorities in China first detected COVID-19 during November 2019 and in the city of Wuhan, they didn’t notify the UN’s World Health Organization, allowing the virus plenty of time to spread around the globe.

In his comments to Fox News Sunday, President Trump declared the origin of the coronavirus to be “so obvious” that anybody who thinks otherwise is just “kidding themselves.”

He was referring to the hypothesis that coronavirus somehow got leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. China’s communist government has adamantly denied hypotheses to that end and claimed a “natural” origin of the pandemic.

With Trump very likely to run for president again in 2024, there are high chances that communist China may be held accountable for its role in the COVID-19 pandemic.