Lawmakers introduce bill that would let Americans sue China over ‘Wuhan Virus’

Lawmakers introduce bill that would let Americans sue China over ‘Wuhan Virus’
Tom Cotton (Image: YouTube screen grab)

[Ed. – Don’t expect Democrats to sign on unless the bill is changed to one that lets Americans sue Donald Trump over the virus.]

Sen. Tom Cotton and Rep. Dan Crenshaw have introduced legislation that would allow Americans to sue China in federal court over the death and economic damage wrought by the “Wuhan Virus.”

“By silencing doctors and journalists who tried to warn the world about the coronavirus, the Chinese Communist Party allowed the virus to spread quickly around the globe,” Cotton (R-Ark.) said in a statement.

“Their decision to cover up the virus led to thousands of needless deaths and untold economic harm. It’s only appropriate that we hold the Chinese government accountable for the damage it has caused,” he added.

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Crenshaw (R-Texas) said Americans “need to hold the Chinese government accountable for their malicious lies and coverup that allowed the coronavirus to spread across the world.”

“The communist regime expelled journalists, silenced whistleblowers, and withheld vital information that delayed the global response to the pandemic,” he added.

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