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GOP Senators Call For China Travel Ban To Prevent Mystery Illness Spread

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A group of five senators has written to President Biden demanding a travel ban on China due to a spike in an unknown respiratory illness in the country.

They cite China’s history of lying about public health crises and call for immediate action to protect Americans.

The senators pointed to the effectiveness of Trump’s travel ban on China as a model for such action. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

The letter, signed by Sens. Marco Rubio, JD Vance, Rick Scott, Tommy Tuberville, and Mike Braun, calls for Biden to immediately restrict travel between the U.S. and China.

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, the CCP’s obfuscation of the truth, and lack of transparency, robbed the United States of vital knowledge about the disease and its origin,” the lawmakers wrote.

“That means we should immediately restrict travel between the United States and [China] until we know more about the dangers posed by this new illness,” they continued.

“A ban on travel now could save our country from death, lockdowns, mandates, and further outbreaks later,” warned the Republicans.

“If history is any indication, we have cause to be concerned,” declared the senators.

They noted that China has reported an increase in a mystery illness, which it claims to be pneumonia caused by known pathogens, and that it is a special hazard for children.

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