Insights from Quadrant

The sunny side
of an epidemic

At The American Thinker, columnist Gordon Wysong considers the good that will come from the Wuhan virus:

…China’s stealth war against America has been exposed, inadvertently, but it is no longer flying below the radar.  The overt threat to cut off shipments of antibiotic medicine and medical supplies, and the delay in shipping that may actually be taking place, has brought the issue to the people of America.

To say there is anger over such threats and actions is to understate the consequences.  Here is China, willing to send America a virus and then debilitate its supply chains to exacerbate the effects.  No longer is this a stealth war.  The American people are on to them, and no rebuttal will return the status quo…

Wysong’s piece can be read in full here.

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