China refutes 24 'lies' by U.S. politicians over coronavirus

China refutes 24 ‘lies’ by U.S. politicians over coronavirus


Beijing: China has long rebutted 24 “absurd allegations” made by some major US politicians on the handling of the new coronavirus outbreak.

In the past week, the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has devoted most of its press conferences to reject accusations from US politicians, especially Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, accusing China of concealing information about the new coronavirus and its origin A laboratory in Michigan, USA. Wuhan

A 30-page, 11,000-word article published on the Ministry ’s website on Saturday night was repeated and expanded in the rebuttal at the press conference, and first cited the 19th-century American President Abraham Lincoln (Abraham Lincoln) )the opinion of.

It said in the preamble: “As Lincoln said, you can always fool some people, sometimes fool everyone, but you can’t fool everyone all the time.”

The article also cited media reports that Americans had been infected with the virus before the first case was confirmed in Wuhan. There is no evidence that this is the case.

Enthusiastic about overthrowing the US proposal that the virus was created intentionally or leaked from the Wuhan Virus Research Institute in some way, the article said that all the evidence shows that the virus is not artificial and that the institute cannot synthesize a new coronavirus.

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