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Lockdowns Return to China in Second Wave; China’s Supplies to Drug Cartels Cut off by Virus

2020-04-21 00:18
Drug cartels in Latin America have seen their operations crippled by the new coronavirus, the CCP Virus. Reports say that their ability to produce drugs have been impacted, given that many of the synthetic drugs such as fentanyl come from China, and many of the precursor chemicals for drugs like methamphetamine also come from China. The case brings the Chinese regime’s programs for “drug warfare” into the spotlight. As warned, the “second wave” of infections may have arrived in China. The CCP has renewed lockdowns in Henan Province and Harbin Province, and there are reports of people collapsing in the streets similar to what was seen in Wuhan, which was the epicenter of the virus. And the UK has joined other nations including the United States to investigate whether the CCP Virus originated in the Wuhan Institute of Virology. These stories and more in this episode of Crossroads.