Report: China's Wet Markets Are Still Selling Bats, Dogs And CatsChris Menahan
Apr. 01, 2020
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Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday highlighted a report from the Daily Mail revealing how Chinese wet markets are still selling bats, cats and dogs for people to eat.
From The Daily Caller, "Tucker Carlson: 'China Continues To Threaten The Rest Of Us With Wet Markets'"
Chinese wet markets, where all sorts of unusual animals — from bats to cats to scorpions — are sold to consumers as food, have long been considered a breeding ground for exotic viruses. Despite the fact that such markets were considered ground zero for the novel coronavirus outbreak, reports emerged over the weekend that wet markets have been reopened in major cities across China.
From The Daily Mail, "Will they ever learn? Chinese markets are still selling bats and slaughtering rabbits on blood-soaked floors as Beijing celebrates 'victory' over the coronavirus":
Terrified dogs and cats crammed into rusty cages. Bats and scorpions offered for sale as traditional medicine. Rabbits and ducks slaughtered and skinned side by side on a stone floor covered with blood, filth, and animal remains.Many of these disgusting practices have come to America.
"New York City has over 80 wet markets (animal markets) that sell live animals to the public and slaughter them on site," the animal rights group Their Turn reported on Monday. "Like the wet market in China where COVID-19 jumped from animal to human, NYC's wet markets are a petri dish for infectious diseases."
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