Biden’s National Security Adviser: China Hasn’t Made ‘Sufficient Original Data’ Available on CCP Virus Spread

White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has not provided the United States with enough data on the spread of the CCP virus inside the country in 2019 and 2020. “We do not believe China has made available sufficient original data into how this pandemic began to spread both in China and then eventually around the world,” Sullivan said on CBS News’ “Face the Nation” on Sunday. The CCP has been criticized for its unwillingness to provide information about the origins of the virus and its moves to silence whistleblowers, doctors, and others when the virus spread through Wuhan last year. “We believe both the WHO and China should step up on this matter,” Sullivan added, referring to the World Health Organization, while adding that “a scientifically-based investigation” is required “to have access to all of the data and to not merely know what …

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