Pelosi’s Visit to Taiwan Blocked by Virus, the CCP Issues Another Threat and Sends Military Planes to Invade Taiwan and Japan

On April 7, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced her visit to Japan on April 10. She will meet with Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, and will adjust her schedule to visit Taiwan afterwards. However, Nancy was then diagnosed as positive for the CCP Virus, and the congressional delegation she led to Asia was postponed as a result.

Following the announcement of her visit to Taiwan, the CCP warned the U.S. that Taiwan would have a “destructive strike” if Nancy visited the country. Zhao Lijian, the spokesman for the CCP’s Foreign Minister, said that the U.S. should bear all the consequences of the CCP’s attacking Taiwan. Hu Xijin even suggested a war on the day of Nancy’s visit, saying that the CCP’s PLA could shoot down planes of Taiwan or launch devastating strikes against Taiwan troops with missiles.

At the same time, four military aircraft of the CCP attacked Taiwan’s southwestern airspace. One of them, a Shaanxi Y-9 electronic warfare aircraft, violated Japanese airspace by flying into Pacific airspace east of Taiwan. Both Taiwan’s military and Japan’s Defense Ministry confirmed the case. They all sent military aircraft to emergency liftoff and dispatched the CCP’s invading aircraft.

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