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(Natural News) One by one, mainstream media outlets everywhere are nodding in agreement that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) may have come from a laboratory after all, the latest being the Wall Street Journal.
Writers Steve Quay and Richard Muller reported that the Biden regime has suddenly switched course and is now asking the intelligence community to look more closely into the theory that the Chinese Virus may have “leaked” from a laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology rather than emerged naturally at a Wuhan wet market.
For much of 2020, the media denied the lab origin theory, calling it a wild “conspiracy theory” and banning all talk of it on platforms like Facebook and Twitter. In recent weeks, however, the narrative has shifted and suddenly even Anthony Fauci says that the Wuhan Flu might have originated in a lab.
We know that Fauci was secretly funding illegal gain of function research at the WIV, where scientists were being paid to genetically modify bat coronaviruses to create bioweapons. Once this became public, Fauci’s tune about the Chinese Virus changed dramatically.
Now, the media is blaming “amateur sleuths” for blowing the lid on the scandal, the details of which become more disturbing by the day.
Certain “fingerprints” inside the Wuhan Flu point to manipulation, the “experts” now admit, which suggest the virus did not just randomly transfer from bats to humans by chance.
The Chinese Virus could not have emerged naturally
It would take something like gain of function technology to make a bat coronavirus transmissible into humans – either that or the virus was injected through vaccines. There is no other way for a bat coronavirus to naturally pass from animal to person.
Author: Ethan Huff
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