The World Health Organization (WHO) has finally admitted that it is likely COVID-19 may have leaked from a lab in China.
Since beginning the global Covid pandemic over two years ago, government officials and medical institutions have blasted the lab-leak argument as a “conspiracy theory.”
The CDC, WHO, and Dr. Anthony Fauci have repeatedly shot down the theory that Covid-19 leaked from the virology lab in Wuhan, China (the only Level 4 lab in Asia).
Big Tech and the mainstream media have called for outright censorship of anyone trying to discuss the evidence.
Social media platforms have banned, smeared, and discredited anyone who dares question the theory.
The WHO, an avid protector of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), has dismissed any assertions that China’s government was involved in the development of Covid-related viruses through gain of function research.
Now, suddenly, the WHO is willing to give the theory a serious look.
The United Nations health body now even admits there are several important pieces still missing from the puzzle of the origins.
While it is hard to say why this sharp change of attitude has occurred, it is now very difficult to deny the facts.
Evidence has been mounting for some time that the virus was at the very least coaxed into existence through mutation processes if not outright engineered.
Covid-19 is a 96% match to a virus sample collected and held at the Wuhan lab for several years.
This same virus strain does not naturally exist anywhere near Wuhan, only in the lab, and the 4% discrepancy could be explained by research into gain of function.
Such research is now a confirmed FACT and was funded by Dr. Fauci, the NIH, NIAID, and related institutions for years.
The only “evidence” to support the wet market theory of Covid’s origin comes from the Chinese government.
The CCP has a vested interest in lying about the situation and still has yet to release any accurate data on covid deaths within the country.
The claim was essentially debunked by Chinese researchers when multiple cases of early infections were discovered among people who had no contact with the market in Wuhan.
Extensive evidence now supports the lab leak theory.
The argument was made by the independent media during the entire course of the pandemic, yet many paid the price for raising questions.