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    09 Feb '21 06:20
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
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    09 Feb '21 06:22
    Pretty convenient that the USA wants a new trade deal and oooops China releases a virus πŸ™„
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    09 Feb '21 06:54
    That rabbit hole was abandoned by the rabbits years ago. It's finished.
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    09 Feb '21 07:10
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    The Chinese are smarter than that.
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    09 Feb '21 07:17
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    IF they did a bad job.

    They would have spread the virus in the USA directly with people knowing what they do nobody would ever suspected a source other than in the USA.

    So the answer is OF COURSE NOT!
  6. Zugzwang
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    09 Feb '21 07:331 edit
    @ponderable said
    IF they did a bad job.

    They would have spread the virus in the USA directly with people knowing what they do nobody would ever suspected a source other than in the USA.

    So the answer is OF COURSE NOT!
    First of all, the origins of Covid-19 remain unknown and under scientific investigation,
    though most Western media have long ago arrived at cocksure conclusions.

    Even IF Covid-19 really did originate in the USA (I know of no evidence of that),
    many Americans would still blame the Chinese (a perpetual scapegoat in US politics).

    Donald Trump has loudly blamed China for various things that American intelligence
    professionals blame on Russia, yet many Americans apparently prefer to believe Trump.
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    09 Feb '21 09:53
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    No.
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    09 Feb '21 11:18
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    No - They were too fearful of those Jewish space lasers starting wildfires in central China, as well as Mexico paying for that border wall, because it might rival their great wall.

    Get a grip, will ya!
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    09 Feb '21 13:27
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    No one stole it from him and the Chinese didn’t conspire against him.

    He lost the election because he is a fat, repellent, divisive, narcissistic, infantile, thin-skinned, racist, sexist, dangerous, lying orange ashole.
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    09 Feb '21 13:52
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    No.
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    09 Feb '21 14:12
    @gratis-pawn said
    Did China release covid to block a Trump re-election?
    R U DUMB OR DUMBER?
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    09 Feb '21 14:16
    @gratis-pawn said
    Pretty convenient that the USA wants a new trade deal and oooops China releases a virus πŸ™„
    Even more convenient that out of a billion and a half people China only had 4600 deaths from Covid.....almost like it was designed to not hardly bother asians.
  13. Subscriberkevcvs57
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    09 Feb '21 14:37
    @dood111 said
    Even more convenient that out of a billion and a half people China only had 4600 deaths from Covid.....almost like it was designed to not hardly bother asians.
    Or possibly a well ordered society under centralist control which is much more likely to follow lockdown, mask wearing and social distancing rules.
    Your part of the gang that thought it was a hoax, some of your gang still do, but now you want to demonise the Chinese for not being as idiotic as you / us.
  14. Zugzwang
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    09 Feb '21 16:18
    @dood111 said
    Even more convenient that out of a billion and a half people China only had 4600 deaths from Covid.....almost like it was designed to not hardly bother asians.
    Covid-19 deaths have greatly increased in Japan (6476) and Korea (South) in the past few months.

    In March 2020, China's government released figures showing that China then had
    the most deaths, more than all other countries combined, in the world.
    China's government did not censor that data even though it could not have known
    that so many other governments would respond much worse to the pandemic.

    In March 2020, China had about 100 times more deaths than the USA.
    Now the USA has more than 100 times more deaths than China.
  15. Zugzwang
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    @kevcvs57 said
    Or possibly a well ordered society under centralist control which is much more likely to follow lockdown, mask wearing and social distancing rules.
    Your part of the gang that thought it was a hoax, some of your gang still do, but now you want to demonise the Chinese for not being as idiotic as you / us.
    Kevcvs57 replied to Dood111.

    Taiwan has a lower death rate per capita than the People's Republic of China.
    San Francisco's Chinatown (very crowded and poor) has the lowest death rate
    among neighborhoods of its size in San Francisco.

    At that time, locking down was a new strategy, which was ridiculed by many Western 'experts'.
    Many Chinese griped (who would not?) about the hardships imposed by lockdown.
    China's lockdown may have been applied unfairly at times, but it succeeded in its
    overall aim of breaking the chains of transmission early and allowing recovery.
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