The Chinese Communist Party Sent Thousands of Bad Wuhan Coronavirus Tests to Europe

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Posted: Mar 26, 2020 11:35 AM
The Chinese Communist Party Sent Thousands of Bad Wuhan Coronavirus Tests to Europe

Source: (Xie Huanchi/Xinhua via AP)

For weeks the Chinese Communist Party has been pumping out propaganda in an effort to absolve themselves of responsibility for the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic. 

Online, communist officials continue to falsely accuse the United States military of starting the virus. In countries completely destroyed by the disease, China is trying to save face by delivering poorly made medical supplies. Last week communist officials flew to Italy to deliver medical aid and asked to be celebrated for it. The media happily helped them accomplish this goal. 

But as expected, the goods China has been delivering are beyond faulty. In Czech Republic, the Chinese Communist Party offloaded hundreds-of-thousands of bad Wuhan coronavirus tests. An astounding 80 percent of them gave inaccurate results. Worse, China charged the Czech government rather than"gifting" them as the communist party publicly claimed. From Taiwan News:

A Czech news site on Monday (March 23) revealed that 80 percent of the much-touted traunch of Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid test kits "donated" from China are faulty, forcing healthcare workers to rely on conventional laboratory tests.

On March 18, as is the case with many of its other quasi charitable acts, Chinese state-run mouthpieces used the verbs "supplied" and "delivered" to give the impression that the communist regime was donating 150,000 portable, rapid COVID-19 test kits to the Czech Republic. In fact, the central European nation's Health Ministry paid some 14 million crowns (US$546,000) for 100,000 test kits, while the country's Interior Ministry footed the bill for another 50,000, reported Expats.cz.

Meanwhile back in Washington, lawmakers on Capitol Hill plan to hold China accountable for their dishonestly. Yesterday Republican Congresswoman Elise Stefanik and Senator Josh Hawley introduced a resolution to investigate the Chinese government.