Published: April 15, 2020  Updated: April 15, 2020 at 10:13 am EST

On Tuesday, President Trump requested a review of The World Health Organization for “severely mismanaging and covering up” the spread of COVID-19. According to tweets posted by the WHO in January, they praised China for their part in protecting the world from the virus, and they did not suspect that the Coronavirus could transmit from human-to-human.

“Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in Wuhan, China.” The aforementioned is a tweet that was published by the World Health Organization on January 14th, 2020, just three months before America would reach eighty thousand cases of the Novel Coronavirus.

During Tuesday’s press conference, Trump said, “Had the WHO done its job to get medical experts into China to objectively assess the situation on the ground and to call out China’s lack of transparency, the outbreak could have been contained at its source with very little death.”

The bottom line is, there is public evidence that the World Health organization did not follow through while investigating the potential for the Coronavirus to spread across the world. Also, the World Health Organization praised China for its transparency about the outbreak.

In reality, China covered up the origin of the virus, how bad it was, and they are still issuing coverups today. Beijing is now censoring Chinese scientists’ papers on the Coronavirus, squelching research that exposes the Communist Party’s brutal bungling as COVID-19 grew into a pandemic.

Fudan University and the China University of Geoscience in Wuhan had to delete online notices of forthcoming papers thanks to the crackdown, which requires preclearance by the central government.

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The Ministry of Education directive is crystal-clear: “Academic papers about tracing the origin of the virus must be strictly and tightly managed.”

Why? “I think it is a coordinated effort from [the] Chinese government to control [the] narrative and paint it as if the outbreak did not originate in China,” one Chinese researcher told CNN. “And I don’t think they will tolerate any objective study to investigate the origination of this disease.”

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