Trump signs a trade deal with china. In this deal there are requirements and stipulations that china would stop the counterfeiting of Goods. This has been seriously crippling our economy and our nations inventors.

Why would an American business consider following up on an idea or creation of a product or item just to be smacked right out of the market in 30 days of its release by a chinese counterfeit copy that is made, produced and sold for 50% less or lower? see here

American companies went to Trump and explained the problem, he was immediately on board with fixing the problem. All of this “ending the counterfeiting” went into the China Trade Deal here.

NOTE: The trade deal including the counterfeit policies were going to stop the chinese government’s millions of dollars made off of the sales of these counterfeits. If you think that the chinese government wasn't making money off of this you are f*cking crazy.

                                      “Was the virus really a coincidence”?

The trade deal was signed January 15, 2020. President Xi Jinping warned the chinese public of the virus on the seventh day, Jan. 20. But by that time, more than 3,000 people had been infected during almost a week of public silence, according to internal documents obtained by The Associated Press.
                                                           “TIMELINE”
December 27:

Zhang Jixian, a doctor from Hubei Provincial Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine, tells health authorities that the novel disease that was then affecting some 180 patients was caused by a new coronavirus, the South China Morning Post reported.

December 31:

The Citizen Lab at the University of Toronto discovers that Chinese authorities began censoring certain Internet terms from social media, such as Wuhan Unknown Pneumonia, SARS Variation, Wuhan Seafood Market, and other keywords that condemned the government's handling of the outbreak.

January 1:

CNN features a story about Dr. Li Wenliang, one of eight doctors in Wuhan who warned about the spread of the virus on social media in late December. He not only ended up contracting COVID-19 but was labeled a "rumor-mongerer" by Wuhan police, after being detained for making false statements.

He was also forced to write a self-criticism saying his warnings “had a negative impact," according to The Wall Street Journal.

January 3:

China’s top health officials at the National Health Commission follow the Hubei Health Commission and issue a gag order directing that Wuhan pneumonia samples be moved to testing facilities or destroyed.

The National Health Commission also orders institutions not to publish any scientific information related to the virus, Caixin Global reported.

WHO HAUNTED BY JANUARY TWEET SAYING CHINA FOUND NO HUMAN TRANSMISSION OF CORONAVIRUS

January 5:

WHO releases a statement characterizing China's initial Dec. 31 notice about a “pneumonia of unknown etiology.”

The agency wrote: “Based on the preliminary information from the Chinese investigation team, no evidence of significant human-to-human transmission and no health care worker infections have been reported."

January 6:

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) offers Beijing technical expertise to help with the virus. Beijing ignores the offer for over a month, along with additional offers of assistance from Heath and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar and other senior U.S. officials, according to The New York Times.

January 14:

The chief of the WHO's emerging diseases unit reports that “it is possible that there is limited human-to-human transmission, potentially among families, but it is very clear right now that we have no sustained human-to-human transmission," Reuters reported.

The WHO also sent out a tweet claiming that Chinese authorities had conducted a preliminary investigation that found no evidence of human-to-human transmission of the coronavirus.

The Jan. 14 tweet came less than two months before WHO declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic.

January 21:

One week later, a WHO delegation concludes a two-day field visit to Wuhan and notes that “data collected through detailed epidemiological investigation and through the deployment of the new test kit nationally suggests that human-to-human transmission is taking place in Wuhan.”

January 23:

Chinese authorities lock down Wuhan, after letting some five million people leave the city without any medical screening in the weeks prior, The Wall Street Journal reported.

                                                            “get the picture”?