China threatens Missouri

In April, the state of Missouri became the first to file a lawsuit against China seeking financial relief from the damage done to the state’s economy and people thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I represent 6 million Missourians. We’ve got over 6,000 cases now, over 200 deaths. It’s a tremendous impact,” Schmitt said in April. “The human toll of people losing loved ones, not being able to visit family suffering from the virus, [and] not attending funerals. That’s not even mentioning the economic impact. People living paycheck to paycheck can’t feed their families now. All because the Chinese government lied about this.”

In April, the state of Missouri became the first to file a lawsuit against China seeking financial relief from the damage done to the state’s economy and people thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

“I represent 6 million Missourians. We’ve got over 6,000 cases now, over 200 deaths. It’s a tremendous impact,” Schmitt said in April. “The human toll of people losing loved ones, not being able to visit family suffering from the virus, [and] not attending funerals. That’s not even mentioning the economic impact. People living paycheck to paycheck can’t feed their families now. All because the Chinese government lied about this.”

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Apparently, that didn’t sit too well with the ChiCom government in Beijing.

In response, Hu Xijin, editor-in-chief of the state-controlled China Times, reported that “Beijing is already preparing to take the necessary punishment measures against some members of the US Congress, the state of Missouri, and relevant individuals and entities.”

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