The Left Will Go Nuts Over President Trump's Covid-19 Nickname: Kung Flu

The Left Will Go Nuts Over President Trump’s Covid-19 Nickname: Kung Flu

President Trump won't let China off the hook, as he goes down the list of nicknames for the virus which has caused a global pandemic.


President Donald Trump won’t let China off the hook for Covid-19, even if the mainstream media won’t hold the communist dictatorship to account. 

The virus, of course, was the elephant in the room as President Trump kicked off his first campaign rally in months in Tulsa, Ok. 

As reported byABC, he resurrected his most criticized nickname for the virus yet:

Trump brought up the virus’s origins in China, much to the amusement of the crowd.

“COVID-19. That name gets further and further away from China as opposed to calling it the Chinese virus,” he said to a loud applause.

He also later referred to it as the “kung flu.”

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Calling the President racist for linking the virus to its country of origin, has been a constant point of attack for the lamestream media since the outbreak began earlier this year:

Members of the media have continuously tried to box him in as a racist because he wanted to make sure the world knew who was responsible for a pandemic which virtually brought the world to a standstill. 

As reported by Fox News:

President Trump on Wednesday continued to call COVID-19, the "China virus," and said he doesn't think labeling the novel coronavirus is racist or puts Asian-Americans at risk.

"No, not at all," Trump said during the noon press conference. "I think they probably would agree with it, 100 percent. It comes from China."

Trump has been under pressure from China as well as some Democrats to stop using the term "China virus" or "Wuhan virus." They believe the term stigmatizes China and borders on being racist. But instead if stopping, Trump has upped his use.

"I always treated the Chinese Virus very seriously," Trump tweeted Wednesday morning, commenting on news coverage about his response to the global pandemic that's killed 7,374 people so far. Trump's tweet was one of three he sent out Wednesday morning where he referred to COVID-19 the "Chinese Virus."


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The social media stratosphere will likely be set on fire following tonight's use of the term "Kung Flu."

The "racist" narrative will likely be brought back in full force.

The virus started in China. The virus was hidden in China, and China sent infected citizens out into the world by the scores and have yet been made to answer for their blatant disregard. 

The Left will explode over a joke and continue to let the guilty communist regime off the hook. 

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