Top Republicans continue to claw away at the facade currently concealing the truth behind the global pandemic. This once-in-a-century event nearly collapsed the global economy, destroyed small businesses, and cost millions their lives. Still, about the origins of COVID-19 has remained a forbidden topic, especially in the Mainstream Media, who continue to hold water for Communist China.
However, the tides are turning and Republicans demand answers.
On Monday, a group of House Republicans released a report following a smattering of overwhelming evidence proving Trump’s original “lab leak theory” which states a man-made strain of coronavirus emerged from a lab in Wuhan, China.
China claims the virus began in the animal population and eventually mutated to infect human beings.
The report also cited “ample evidence” that Wuhan Institute of Virology scientists — aided by U.S. experts and Chinese and U.S. government funds — were working to modify coronaviruses to infect humans and such manipulation could be hidden.
Rep. Mike McCaul, the top Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, released the report by the panel’s Republican staff. It urged a bipartisan investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic that has killed 4.4 million people worldwide.
China denies a genetically modified coronavirus leaked from the facility in Wuhan – where the first COVID-19 cases were detected in 2019 – a leading but unproven theory among some experts. Beijing also denies allegations of a cover-up.
Other experts suspect the pandemic was caused by an animal virus likely transmitted to humans at a seafood market near the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“We now believe it’s time to completely dismiss the wet market as the source,” said the report. “We also believe the preponderance of the evidence proves the virus did leak from the WIV and that it did so sometime before September 12, 2019.”
The report cited what it called new and under-reported information about safety protocols at the lab, including a July 2019 request for a $1.5 million overhaul of a hazardous waste treatment system for the facility, which was less than two years old.
In April, the top U.S. intelligence agency said it concurred with the scientific consensus that the virus was not man-made or genetically modified.
U.S. President Joe Biden in May ordered U.S. intelligence agencies to accelerate their hunt for the origins of the virus and report back in 90 days.
A source familiar with current intelligence assessments said the U.S. intelligence community has not reached any conclusion whether the virus came from animals or the WIV.
Author: Nolan Sheridan