Actor Robert Davi unloads on ‘drunken whore’ politicians who’ve sold their souls to China

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Actor and singer Robert Davi unloaded a fiery rebuke of Democrats as “drunken whores” who have allowed China to take advantage of Americans.

The Trump-supporting actor posted a video calling out Democrats for turning a blind eye, and even conspiring with the Chinese government in securing U.S. intellectual property, offering up a theory on the spread of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I am apoplexed about the Democratic Party,” Davi said at the start of his two-minute monologue.

He immediately slammed House Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff who recently announced his plans to investigate what warnings from health and intelligence experts President Trump had allegedly not paid attention to as the COVID-19 outbreak began to spread.

“Schiff, you want to do an investigation? Democratic Party, you want to do an investigation? Do it on yourselves!” Davi said, also naming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer.

“Do it on yourselves, on your negligence,” he added, blaming Democrats for policies that “are not protecting the American people and the world.”

The 68-year-old entertainer who has appeared in more than 130 films then recounted how vials of Ebola genetics were brought from a Canadian lab more than a decade ago.

In 2005 a gentleman crossed the border from Canada, from a microbiology lab in Canada, taking 22 vials of Ebola genetics. He brought it into North Dakota,” Davi continued. “Luckily! Luckily the Border Patrol – yes, the enemy of the Democrats… – they found him.”

He pointed out how a Democrat judge “gave him a slap on the wrist.”

“And now that gentleman, he works for the World Health Organization. How interesting,” Davi said.

“And the lab he took it from…in Canada, is the same lab that sent – or was smuggled – genetic novel coronavirus to Wuhan,” he said, referring to the Chinese city where the COVID-19 pandemic is thought to have originated.

“It was sent to Wuhan, China. Do you understand?” the actor continued.

“Yet the intellectual property rights of our people are being raped continually,” Davi pronounced. “That’s what’s happened. That’s what the politicians are, a bunch of drunken whores that said to China, ‘take me, have your way with me,’ because that’ what they’re doing with intellectual property.”

He slammed them for “having their way with America, taking out from America,” as he warned of a “bigger plan” in place.

He urged viewers to read a speech by General Chi Haotian, former Vice-Chairman Of China’s Military Commission, from December, 2005.

At the time, Chi Haotian had said, “whether we can forever represent the Chinese people depends on whether we can succeed in leading the Chinese people out of China.”

“Only countries like the United States, Canada, and Australia have the vast land to serve our need for mass colonization,” he said, adding  to “focus” on “developing lethal weapons that can eliminate the mass populations of the enemy countries.”

With the coronavirus pandemic raising speculation about whether the disease was created as a bio-weapon, there is renewed interest in the speech from the former defense minister.

“Has any politician told you? Has any Democrat told you? And why aren’t they protecting the borders if they know this? Why aren’t there more protections?” Davi demanded in the video.

“Money, not morality, is the principle commerce of civilized nations,” he concluded. “China wants control of American intellectual property.”

According to the United Nations World Intellectual Property Organisation, China has surpassed the United States in international patent filings, becoming the world leader and shifting the U.S, out of the top position it enjoyed for more than four decades.

In a partial U.S. and China trade deal signed in January, steps were taken to protect trade secrets of American businesses that were operating overseas. With the outbreak of the novel coronavirus and criticisms of the Chinese government for initially mishandling the crisis, relationships between the two nations have been under renewed strain.

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to correct that the cited 2005 speech was by China’s former defense minister General Chi Haotian.

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