Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn: COVID-19 May Be A ‘Weaponized Operation’ By China


Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (ret.), National Security Advisor Designate speaks during a conference on the transition of the US Presidency from Barack Obama to Donald Trump at the US Institute Of Peace in Washington DC, January 10, 2017. (Photo by CHRIS KLEPONIS / AFP) (Photo by CHRIS KLEPONIS/AFP via Getty Images)

Lieutenant General Michael Flynn (ret.) speaks during a conference. (Photo by CHRIS KLEPONIS/AFP via Getty Images)


General Michael Flynn said he believes COVID-19 is a ‘weaponized operation’ of the Chinese Communist Party against the U.S.

In a recent interview, President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser highlighted the House Intelligence reportthat said COVID-19 was likely a result of a leak from the Wuhan lab. He added that the U.S. government must disclose to the American public what it knows about virus experiments in China.

“The people in this country are demanding answers. I believe what we are going to find out is that this was a weaponized operation by the nation of China with some collaboration with other countries,” mentioned Flynn.

Flynn also stressed how millions of Americans lost their businesses and livelihoods because of the COVID-19 shutdown and are now demanding full accountability from the Biden administration. Joe Biden has since reached out to the U.S. Intelligence Community in efforts to look into the origins of the pandemic and has asked they redouble their efforts. He is expecting a new report in 90 days.


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