Coalition of small U.S. businesses sues China for $8 trillion alleging coronavirus cover-up

A group of U.S.-based small businesses has filed an $8 trillion lawsuit against China, alleging that the nation’s communist government knew as early as mid-November that COVID-19 was a new, deadly virus, but covered it up.

TMZ reports:

    A group of small businesses in California — including Cardiff Prestige Property, Little Saigon Chamber of Commerce, First Premier X and others — just filed the lawsuit against the People’s Republic of China, the City of Wuhan and that country’s Health Commission. . . .

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    The lawsuit — which this coalition is aiming to make a class-action by inviting similarly affected businesses across the U.S. — also alleges it’s possible a bio-weapons lab near Wuhan could be responsible for the infected bat that ended up in a wet market … ultimately starting the pandemic.

The group is seeking $8 trillion in damages to recoup lost businesses it has lost or will lose as a result of China’s alleged nefarious actions.

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