When the US virus death toll has surpassed 50 thousand, what does that mean to Americans?


The US virus death toll has reached 52,296 by Thursday, according to data  from Johns Hopkins University, in what’s the world’s deadliest Covid-19 outbreak.

More than 3,000 deaths came in the last 24 hours, and there are now over 870,000 confirmed cases nationwide.

The battle death in North Korea was 33, 739 and Vietnam War 47,434, close to the death doll of 53,402 during the First World War.

The US is top of the grim league table for reported coronavirus deaths,  but that’s not the whole picture.

Anger is now growing in the United States and the grim is not yet going to stop.

Negative views of China have continued to grow,  according to a new Pew Research Center survey of Americans conducted in March. Roughly two-thirds now say they have an unfavorable view of China, the most negative rating for the country since the Center began asking the question in 2005, and up nearly 20 percentage points since the start of the Trump administration. Positive views of China’s leader, President Xi Jinping, are also at historically low levels.

More and more people across the world have joined the lawsuits against China, claiming the CCP regime must pay for the calamity it has unleashed on the world.

Sean Hannity of Fox News said to Secretary of State Michael Pompeo during their interview, “And I look at this –when they stopped travel from Wuhan to the rest of China, from China to Wuhan, but they left it open internationally, then they scooped up all of the protective gear and now profiteering, and then they kept the virus and lied to the world, and it hurt all of us, and all these people dying, when you said to me you would have helped them, I am so angry words cannot describe my anger.”

Whether it is Donald Trump or Joe Biden,  or anyone else to be elected to be the next president, he must follow the opinion of the US public: that is to hold the CCP regime accountable with real actions.

When the whole world is angry at the evil Chinese Communist Party, does anyone still think that the Communist regime there has a way out?

Everything has already started.

By Cloudy Seagail


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