The world was rocked by the rapid spread of the infamous and infectious coronavirus. Let’s not forget that this deadly pathogen originated from the province of Wuhan in China. Isn’t it an interesting coincidence that Wuhan is also the site of a top secret biological weapons development lab? One can only wonder if something so deadly might have come from this warfare lab.
Whether the pathogen is manmade or not, the solution to the problem is still the same. Closing our borders and ending our permissive visa policy is the only effective way to protect our citizens against the invasion of deadly viruses like this one. Quarantines within the United States are only effective if the disease does not continue to enter from other countries. It didn’t take long for experts to admit we couldn’t contain the virus within China, so the only meaningful approach is to keep the virus out of the United States. This requires tightening our border security and our visa policy.
President Trump did this early on in this crisis by stopping flights from China. And he did it again when he stopped flights from Europe.
The only option in these times of crisis is to is to understand what’s at stake. And one decision that we have to be willing to make is to limit the vast amount of migration here, especially from regions which do not share Western standards of cleanliness or who are already facing the deadly disease.
I’ll be the first to admit, this is a bold move. Our nation has been saddled with too many spineless politicians whose idea of a bold move is having steak for supper rather than caviar. That’s not the kind of leadership we need to take on these threats that come here because of globalism. Instead, we need bold leadership and bold leaders who will make the tough decisions necessary to put the American people first. President Donald Trump has already demonstrated his willingness to take this stand and take these risks. It’s not about scoring political points. It’s about protecting We the People. That’s what we need to fight ebola, the Wuhan coronavirus, and other deadly contagions.