The Chinese “Wet Markets” Reopen Across The Country

Reports have emerged that “wet markets” which have long been recognized as a “major pandemic threats” reopens across China.  

Loading...

Reports have emerged that “wet markets” which have long been recognized as a “major pandemic threats” reopens across China.

These “wet markets” are where things from bats to cats and dogs are slaughtered and sold.

 

Last night on Fox, Tucker Carlson discussed these “wet markets” being reopened. He said that many people believe that the coronavirus originated at the “wet market” in Wuhan.

He said:

“That’s a place where consumers buy the meat of wild animals to eat including bats. Wild animal wet markets have long been recognized as a major pandemic threat. As coronavirus spread, China announced it would crack down on them, obviously, but it looks like the crackdown didn’t last long. According to Daily Mail, across China, wet markets are reopening and selling the same animals that they did before.
In the city of Guilin dogs and cats — dogs and cats are both for sale as food. In Dongguan, a stand selling traditional Chinese medicines advertises things like lizards, scorpions, and yes, bats.
Again, we have known for more than a decade that wet markets are a disease time bomb. This is not the first virus to emanate from them. But it looks like even after a global crisis, China continues to threaten the rest of us with wet markets."
Loading...

China Reopens Wet Markets, the Suspected Cause of COVID-19

“The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus,” said a Daily Mail correspondent who observed the markets reopening in Dongguan. “The only difference is that security guards try to stop anyone taking pictures, which would never have happened before.”

CNBC host Jim Cramer posted a video on Twitter of live scorpions for sale at a Chinese wet market.

 

“I want to revenge shop,” an excited customer at one of Wuhan’s major shopping streets told Fox Business Tuesday.

China has more than 8,200 cases of the virus and 3,305 deaths. However, those figures are under increased scrutiny due to the country initially hiding the outbreak from the world. The National Review has identified dozens of instances in which China was less than truthful to the world about the virus in its borders.

I support putting animal abusers to sleep and you ? I think you will be proud to wear this T-shirt : Order this t-shirt here: https://teechip.com/atm1-CH and https://teechip.com/atm2-CH

I support putting animal abusers to sleep Ladies T-Shirt front   I support putting animal abusers to sleep Ladies T-Shirt front

Loading...
YOU MAY LIKE
Loading...
SUGGESTED NEWS
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Loading...
Scroll