The coronavirus outbreak began in China.
Millions of Americans are demanding the President hold the Chinese accountable for this global catastrophe.
And now Donald Trump dropped the hammer on China with one startling announcement.
There is no debate that the coronavirus outbreak originated in China.
But what was an open question was where in China the outbreak began.
The official Chinese government story is that the virus outbreak originated in a Wuhan wet market as the disease jumped from animals to humans after residents ate bats.
Many Americans viewed this claim with skepticism considering how many lies the Chinese government was caught telling about this virus and instead pointed to lax security at the Wuhan Institute of Virology as the most likely point of origin.
During a Fox News virtual town hall, President Trump said the debate was over and that the outbreak began at the Wuhan laboratory.
“I don’t think there is any question about it,” President Trump stated.
The President also told Fox News that his administration “will be giving a very strong report on what we think happened, and I think it will be very conclusive.”
The President was not the only administration official to declare the virus came from a laboratory.
On ABC’s This Week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo stated in no uncertain terms that the outbreak originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology and that the Chinese lied and covered up this catastrophic failure.
“We have said from the beginning, this virus originated in Wuhan, China. We took a lot of grief for that from the outset. But I think the whole world can see now,” Pompeo told ABC. “Remember, China has a history of infecting the world and they have a history of running sub-standard laboratories.”
“These aren’t the first times that we have had the world exposed to viruses as a result of failures in a Chinese lab,” Pompeo added.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.