On Sunday, March 28, 2021, a 65-year-old Asian woman was brutally attacked on her way to church in New York City in what many believe was a racially motivated attack. The woman is still in hospital.
CBN provides the details:
A 65-year-old Asian woman remains in the hospital after she was brutally attacked by an unknown assailant in New York City’s Hell’s Kitchen on Monday. The woman was reportedly on her way to church.
WCBS-TV reports the attack happened on West 43rd Street just before noon. The video that captured the alleged assault shows a man kicking the woman to the ground and stomping on her head several times as she lays on the sidewalk.
Police said he made several anti-Asian statements as the woman lay on the ground. Witnesses told the television station the man said, “You don’t belong here,” before he ran off.
But there is more to this story. Apparently, the man murdered his mother with a knife. READ: Man Who Brutally Beat 65-Year-Old Asian Woman Is Convicted Murderer On Parole
Many believe it was part of an increase in attacks on Asians who are being blamed for the COVID pandemic.
While China’s Communist regime initially blamed its people for the COVID outbreak, pointing to a nearby wet market, most now believe it leaked out of the Communist regime’s level 4 virology lab in Wuhan as reports emerge of the lab’s workers falling ill in the fall of 2019. READ: Opinion: Did covid-19 escape from a Wuhan lab? The WHO report can’t be the final word.
The Chinese people are as much a victim of this tyrannical communist regime as the rest of the world.
Of course, the World Health Organization (WHO) is still playing defence for the China’s President for life, Xi Jinping.
But WHO’s defence is a bit porous. Apparently, the Communist regime would not allow anyone to access the virology lab’s data.
A study by W.H.O. and Chinese experts released Tuesday had judged the Wuhan lab-leak hypothesis highly unlikely, saying the virus behind Covid-19 had probably jumped from bats to humans via an intermediary animal, as Breitbart News reported.
The report also initially appeared to back China’s firm rejection of theories the pandemic may have been triggered by a leak from a virology lab in Wuhan, the central Chinese city where the virus first emerged.
But W.H.O. chief Tedros reopened the lab leak theory, with AFP reporting he raised concerns about the level of access China provided to the experts during their visit to Wuhan in January.
“In my discussions with the team, they expressed the difficulties they encountered in accessing raw data,” Tedros said, while calling for “timely and comprehensive data sharing” in future investigations.