Military Games as “super-spreader event,” threatening Chinese narrative
Jun 23 Written By Keean Bexte
The most important story I have ever broken is finally getting some traction.
Months after I first reported that the Liberal government attempted to cover up a critical pneumonia outbreak and quarantine of military personnel following the Wuhan Military World Games, US lawmakers are now demanding an investigation into the event.
Documents that I obtained revealed an explosive secret letter sent to military members by Trudeau’s Surgeon General in which the government wrung its hands about the “significant media attention” an exposure to COVID-19 while in China could cause.
Wouldn’t it be terrible if the Trudeau government caused China to be embarrassed?
“We are not aware of any 2019 NCOV cases among CISM MWG participants,” claimed the letter dated to January 22, 2020.
This unconvincing claim flew in the face of military athletes reportedly “pissing and shitting themselves in the showers,” while going through uncontrollable coughing fits, as per my senior source within the Canadian Armed Forces.
“We are confident that the number of suspected 2019 NCOV cases as well as the number of countries reporting suspected cases will increase in the next 30 days. The increase in case count will continue to generate significant media attention and public concern particularly as travel peaks during the first week of February due to the Chinese New Year.”
Except the reality is that the military never tested the 176 Canadian soldiers for COVID-19 upon returning to Canada. That is exactly what US Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.) and Sen. Roger Marshall (R-Kan.) are asking of the Pentagon and Health and Human Services Department.
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