Chinese Communist Party “Journalist” Denied Access to WH Briefing Because He Had a Fever

On March 14, 2020, the White House started taking the temperatures of reporters who entered the press briefing that President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were holding.

This is a sensible measure given the increasing spread of the Wuhan flu.

During this process, they found one person who they didn’t recognize who ended up having a fever. The man received three tests within a period of 15 minutes. Each time he was tested, his temperature was over 100.

In the process, they picked up one person who they didn’t recognize who had a fever. The man was tested three times over a period of fifteen minutes and was over 100 each time.

Raheem Kassam, the editor-in-chief of the National Pulse, commented, “A Chinese Communist Party-employed ‘journalist’ just attempted to gain entry to the White House press briefing room while running a fever.”

The Trump administration is correctly taking the Wuhan flu pandemic seriously by implementing these measures.

The U.S. will not only need to restrict travel from China but entertain other diplomatic and economic restrictions against the country.

China is clearly a geopolitical foe that is subverting American interests on all fronts, hence the need for a firm response.