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ChiComs Fear ‘Crime Of The Century’ Will Be Exposed: Chang

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May 6, 2020 |

Fox News – Foreign affairs journalist Gordon Chang told “Hannity” Tuesday that the Chinese Communist government is very concerned about the possible exposure of their wrongdoing and incompetence in the handling of the coronavirus.

Chang said:

“[T]hey know that something really wrong is going to be exposed … Their actions have been malicious in terms of deliberately taking actions that would inevitably lead to the spread of the virus outside of China’s borders, so this is the crime of the century.”

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Earlier Tuesday, the European Union said its member states will co-sponsor a resolution calling for an independent investigation into the origin and spread of COVID-19. Chang said such pronouncements from the international community will lead to China’s leaders feeling “cornered.”

“Chinese leaders … know they have no defense, and so, therefore, they are acting belligerently,” Chang said. “This is a very dangerous period.”

Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., who joined Chang for the segment, told Hannity that “calls for an international investigation like the European Union will now make, that Australia’s already made, are going to be met with deaf ears in China, and it’s only going to raise the stakes for making China pay for this pandemic … Read more. 

Gordon Guthrie Chang (born 1951) is a Chinese American columnist, blogger, television pundit, author and lawyer. He is widely known for his book The Coming Collapse of China (2001), in which he claimed that the hidden nonperforming loans of the “Big Four” Chinese state banks would likely bring down China’s financial system and its communist government. Chang lived and worked in Mainland China and Hong Kong for almost two decades, most recently in Shanghai, as Counsel to the American law firm Paul Weiss and earlier in Hong Kong as Partner in the international law firm Baker & McKenzie.

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