Census Bureau: U.S. companies sent millions of dollars of medical equipment to China in January, February

Records show American companies sold millions of dollars worth of essential medical supplies to China in January and February. The latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau revealed U.S. companies sold more then $17 million worth of face masks, about $13 million worth of surgical garments and $27 million worth of ventilators to China to help it tackle the spread of the coronavirus.

Fla. entrepreneur warns of Chinese control of critical minerals

The coronavirus pandemic has focused attention on the risks posed by China’s control of critical supply chains, especially for medicines needed to treat Americans. One America’s John Hines spoke with Florida businessman David Wilcox, who said our national security is also at risk because China controls rare earth minerals used in U.S. defense systems.

Report: China concealed severity of coronavirus

China reportedly hid and is still concealing the extent of the coronavirus outbreak in the country. According to U.S. officials, a classified intelligence report to the White House revealed China intentionally under-reported both the total number of cases and the number of deaths from COVID-19.