China analyst Gordon Chang warned the coronavirus will not be the last virus from the Chinese Communist Party, and the next will be designed to kill entire civilizations.

Gordon Chang was on the War Room with Steve Bannon and he shared the following about China’s actions related to the coronavirus.

“We’ve obviously got to do something and the reason is this is not the last pathogen that will come from Chinese soil,” Chang told War Room on Saturday.

“Xi Jinping now knows he can spread disease virtually without cost,” Chang said.

Chang said the United States must establish deterrence, because the next virus will be far worse — and China will be immune.

“China is working on pathogens that will leave the Chinese alone,” Chang said. “The Chinese will be immune. But they will sicken everyone else.

“China is working on civilization killers,” he said. “This could leave China as the only viable society.”

Frank Gaffney, cofounder of the Committee on the Present Danger: China, said what’s worse is American taxpayers are paying for their own demise.

The CCP’s illegal gain of function research, which makes viruses more lethal and more contagious, in Wuhan, was funded by the National Institutes of Health.

“A guy named Fauci [was] responsible for a $3.7 million grant in 2015,” Chang said.

Chang said it is “indefensible” that this research, which is illegal in the U.S., was outsourced to China.

“This is what totalitarians societies do. And so, when they felt they had this outbreak, they felt they had to do something. I will speculate. I think that when they realized that this was an accidental release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, they wanted to prevent the world from knowing about this.”

Gordon Chang said during the interview.

At the 2021 CPAC conference, Gordan Chang, author of, “The Coming Collapse of China” discussed a wide range of China issues: the true state of the pandemic in China; if the Chinese Communist Party’s vaccine diplomacy will backfire; and the environmental case for manufacturing products in the U.S. not in China.

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