Jinping Xi, The President of China, with other Chinese officials have angered the global leaders over the handling of the coronavirus disease pandemic. Photo credit: thehill.com
Political commentator Darren Grimes argued that China will have to expect and prepare for an international response and consequences of coronavirus when the disease outbreak is over.
Mr. Grimes disclosed this while having a talk on TalkRadio with Dan Wootton.
Grimes insisted that the British government and other global leaders were outraged at China’s handling of the coronavirus disease disaster and are undeniably hopping mad at the way in which China has allowed the global spread of this virus.
He defiantly claimed that China had gotten them exactly where they wanted them to be.
Mr. Grimes noted that American politicians are currently looking at ways to hold China to account and face the consequences of the spread of coronavirus through the world.
The US, France, and British governments and other countries are investigating the assumed secretive origin of the coronavirus disease outbreak (COVID-19), believing that the disease outbreak started in a secretive Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) Lab
These government authorities further criticized China’s cover-up of the extent of the coronavirus disease outbreak in China.
Mr. Darren Grimes hinted that many global leaders and other people could not criticize China for whatever thing that needed their being criticized because of the world’s dependency on them.
He further expressed the thought that once this coronavirus pandemic comes to an end, many global leaders would seek greater resilience and national capacity to protect their countries from such dangers henceforth.
Mr. Grimes noted that US Senator Josh Hawley of Missouri has introduced a bill that would lead to coronavirus lawsuits in US courts against China, insisting that the countries of the world most impacted by the coronavirus disease pandemic would be looking to China for reparations and expect China to face the consequences of the coronavirus outbreak.