Gowdy Suggests U.S. hit China “where it hurts the most,” deduct our pandemic costs from debt to them

Appearing on Fox News, Trey Gowdy weighed in on The Trump administration reportedly weighing legal action over alleged Chinese hoarding of protective medical gear.

Gowdy suggested the Trump admin hit China “where it hurts the most” by not allowing their students to study abroad and deducting money from what we owe China.

Trey Gowdy:

There are international entities, whether it’s the United Nations, the World Health Organization, there’s the International Court of Justice, there are actually treaties that govern the interactions of countries as it relates to infectious disease. But those are toothless.

You’ve got the American courts, but you have to get around the Foreign Sovereign Immunity Act, and if you get around that, you’ve got proof problems. I mean, how is an individual American supposed to get information from China when the rest of the world cannot?”

The Trump administration doesn’t need to go to court to hold China accountable. You can hit them where it hurts the most. You can ostracize them on the world stage, quit letting their students come here and study, you can make them a pariah, but most importantly you can start deducting the amount of money we owe them and other countries owe them, deduct our costs including the loss of life, but all of the other costs, start deducting that, and then see what China’s reaction is.

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