US President Donald Trump lashed out at China on Saturday, saying Beijing’s lack of transparency led to his administration’s late response to the coronavirus outbreak.
“I wish China would have told us how bad the situation was before we had to read about it. Because they were having a big problem and they knew it,” Trump said at a news conference on Saturday at the White House.
“China was very secretive and that’s unfortunate,” Trump said.
Trump has pivoted this week to emphasize the outbreak’s start in China, repeatedly using the term “Chinese virus,” which has been criticized by the fake news media as fuelling racism against those of Chinese and East Asian descent.
It seems that the mainstream media’s campaign is working for now.
WND reported that diversity officials for the University of California system have banned using “Chinese virus” to refer to the pandemic that originated in the communist nation, instructing students, staff, and faculty to discourage others from using the term as well.
“Be an ‘up-stander,’ and discourage others from engaging in such behavior,” the officers said.
The Council of Chief Diversity Officers issued a statement instructing everyone in the system to “reject racism, sexism, xenophobia and all hateful or intolerant speech, both in-person and online.”
The statement cites resources from within the University of California system, including a Joint Statement from the Vice-Chancellor – Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, and the Interim Vice Chancellor – Student Affairs at UC Davis titled “Rejecting Coronavirus Xenophobia.”
That statement said: “A core of our mission at UC Davis Health is, of course, to advance health. Yet, health, privilege and bias are often intertwined. In recent weeks, we have seen an example of this in the alarming rise in bigotry and xenophobia against Asian communities. For many Asians, the racism is not new, but it has been emboldened as Asians are scapegoated for the coronavirus epidemic. This is doubly painful as Chinese communities also bear the weight of most of the lives lost.”
So this would force many of the major universities that are located in California to ban the use of the term “Chinese virus”.
The list includes :
California Institute of Technology
University of California–Berkeley
The University of Southern California,
University of California–Davis
The list is huge I know many of our readers would say big deal it’s just California!
But remember not everyone in California is a brainless Democrat, there are American patriots that live there and fight for what America stands.
And their children have to put up with universities that protect the communist regime in China.
What is wrong with these people?
The first outbreak took place in Hubei Province, China, and even a few years ago many scientists would have innocently called it the Wuhan virus or even the Chinese flu, as was the convention. Early in the news coverage, Time called it the Wuhan Coronavirus.
After President Trump used the term Chinese Virus, everyone started calls for racism.
It seems that more universities and more states might follow this example.
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