[Bombshell Exclusive Analysis] From Macron’s Infection to U.S. Signals Major CCP Extermination

  • Editor: Victor Torres
  • Translator: Ranting

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At 1 a.m. EST Thursday, the Department of State posted a tweet with a picture-President Trump said, “America is a sovereign nation and our first priority is always the safety and security of our citizens.”

The tweet was followed by several tweets from the Department of State and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo himself, basically targeting the Chinese Communist Party, and in rather strong terms – the Department of State called the Chinese Communist Party an evil dictator. According to Pompeo, it has taken the United States and the free world too long to understand the trajectory of the Chinese Communist Party.

The series of tweets included a call between Pompeo and Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne followed by an offer to strengthen the role of the Quad.

Paradoxically, the tweet at the beginning of the article was posted again in its original form by the U.S. Department of State in the afternoon local time.

News of Macron’s infection with the Chinese Communist Party virus, which has affected and quarantined numerous European dignitaries, was reported early Thursday morning EST.

I wonder what the you think of it?

My guess is that the CCP’s viral weapon attack on European leaders has triggered shock and outrage in the Western free world.

When the United States first learned of Macron’s infection with the CCP virus, it released a message of protection for American citizens and strong condemnation of the Chinese Communist Party, and even expressed its intention to strengthen the role of the Quad, a military alliance commonly known as “Asia NATO.

The Chinese Communist Party has played a big game this time, and the General Accelerator has once again given full throttle to the U.S.-led Western coalition that may be getting underway.

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