Did China Try To Kill the U.S. Economy?, 3035
Good evening, I’m still reporting on the coup.
Sen. Tom Cotton, this morning on Maria Bartarimo’s show on Fox, explained what our best intelligence knows about the origin of the COVID-19 outbreak, and then, what they did to maximize the damage to the U.S. economy.
President Trump – was asked whether he thought the Chinese deliberately let loose the SARS-COV-2 virus during his regular CoronaVirus Task Force presser 8 days ago.
I think Trump is being generous, but that’s his job. He’s going to have to be the one to help China admit its mistakes and back away from the coupsters, return to being an open and honest participant in the world of sovereign nations, or it’s full speed ahead to war with China – a war China could not win at this point as long as Russia sides with the West.
Tom Cotton has been at the absolute forefront of determining the facts about China’s role in this so-called pandemic.
[insert to: “… food market.”]
Yes, but the left is determined to rewrite history by ridiculing anyone who tries to stand on the simple facts that the majority of early COVID-19 victims had zero contact with the wet market, so it just is impossible that it could have come from there.
[insert to: “… contained within China.”]
Wow! There you have it in a nutshell of only 80 seconds.
The interview continued with Cotton discussing China’s record of intellectual property theft – of which I have been the victim.
For those who have not followed this channel for years, a Chinese author took my Money Masters script, published in 1996, and copied the text of the first 2/3rds of the documentary, nearly word-for-word, then added a few chapters on the end, which proposed the time-worn gold backed money solution instead of the original monetary reform solution – a return to sovereign money.
He made it into a book and it became a bestseller in China about 2010. We estimate that he made about $5 million dollars profit on that book.
We investigated how we would try to sue this person, but ten years ago, it was nearly impossible. It may be worthwhile after this COVID-19 debacle has settled down.
If anyone knows a good intellectual property litigation attorney who has a successful track record in winning such cases in Chinese courts, I’d like to hear from you at my email address in the description box below.
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of American freedom. Good day.
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