Small Businesses Suffering From Closures Are Suing Those Responsible For An INSANE Amount

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Many non-essential businesses have closed their doors during the pandemic. But its the small, local businesses that are suffering the most and are folding under the pressure of COVID-19. So they have banded together and have decided to sue the pants off China for trillions of dollars.

In California, a group of small businesses, including Cardiff Prestige Property, Little Saigon Chamber of Commerce, First Premier X and a handful of others, just filed the lawsuit against the City of Wuhan, the People’s Republic of China, and the country’s Health Commission.

According to the documents that were obtained by TMZ, these small businesses have claimed that the Chinese government knew much earlier than reported that they were dealing with a “new” and potentially deadly virus, but chose to keep it quiet and tried to cover it up.

This coalition is aiming to make this a class-action lawsuit by inviting other similarly affected businesses across the country. The lawsuit also alleges that it could be possible that a bio-weapons lab near Wuhan could be responsible for the infected bat that ended up in the wet market that ultimately started a global pandemic.

The lawsuit is pretty simple, it claims that since China was well aware of the pandemic way earlier than February, even as early as November, then it had a responsibility to give proper warning to the World Health Organization and other nations, but they didn’t.

As a direct result of this, the businesses say China has affected entrepreneurs dearly. The group is asking for a total of $8 TRILLION in damages they say they and many other small businesses have or will continue to suffer from due to government-ordered closures.

Even President Trump has voiced similar accusations about China, saying it should have been more open about the magnitude of the problem.

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