Medical reports show the timing of the scientists’ illness and their hospital visits correlate with the reported presence of the virus before it was known to the public. This breakthrough further proves that COVID-19 likely escaped from the Wuhan lab despite China’s insistence that it occurred naturally.
Even Dr. Anthony Fauci admits now he is “not convinced” the virus spread naturally, backtracking on previous claims:
A year ago, AFLDS questioned the origins of COVID-19, and we were censored and silenced by social media companies, with our posts being removed.
— Dr. Simone Gold (@drsimonegold) May 24, 2021
The stunning report comes on the heels of a meeting scheduled to take place by decision-makers at the World Health Organization to strategize next phases of an investigation into the origins of COVID-19.
Members of the Biden administration claim they are working closely with WHO to support an “expert-driven” investigation into the origins of the pandemic that will apparently be “free from political interference or intervention.”
“We’re not going to take on prejudices about an ongoing study by the World Health Organization into the origins of COVID-19, but we’ve been clear that scientifically-credible theories should be evaluated by international researches.”
Many countries have voiced their concern over the recent report, including Norway, Canada, and England. They call for further investigation and full access to data related to the outbreak which caused economic devastation worldwide.
The Chinese embassy in Washington comment on the findings, but Communist leaders in China are leading a charge to discredit the theories proposed by U.S. intelligence officials.
“The U.S. continues to hype the lab leak theory. Is it actually concerned about tracing the source or trying to divert attention?”
Since the onset of the pandemic, The Trump administration voiced their suspicions of the origins of the virus, suggesting it likely escaped from the Wuhan lab. Beijing categorically denies all wrongdoing.
Author: Valerie Dohm