Ever since the COVID-19 crisis occurred, I have been reading information about its origin. The official story claimed it arose in an animal-to-human transmission at a meat market or from bats. More recent scientific evidence has been debunking the official story and explaining how it arose from a scientific lab that was doing risky experiments and lacked adequate safety. Here are some articles:
This informative article was published in Politico, a mainstream political periodical. It reports that in 2018, American diplomats warned of risky Coronavirus experiments in a Wuhan Lab, but the Trump regime failed to listen.
28 members of Congress demand that the Department of Health and Human Services come clean on the apparent Wuhan lab origins of COVID-19. This information came from www.organicconsumers.org:
The Washington Post, which until recently had regularly dismissed the theory that the COVID-19 pandemic resulted from a lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, finally published an editorial board column embracing the lab leak hypothesis and calling for investigation into the research lab that was funded in part with U.S. tax dollars from Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institutes of Health.
The Post’s about-face comes as mounting evidence, including from the U.S. State Department, indicates that the pandemic most likely was caused by a leak or a release from the badly-managed, accident-prone lab in Wuhan, China.
At the time of the outbreak of SARS-CoV-2, the lab was carrying out controversial “gain-of-function” experiments on coronaviruses to make them more infectious and virulent. Dr. Fauci and the NIH, unfortunately, have played a major role in funding the Wuhan lab experiments and subsequently attacking scientists, investigators, and government officials who have pointed out that the most likely cause of the COVID-19 pandemic was a lab accident.
Interesting, factual article about COVID’s origin — and the possibility of escaping from Wuhan’s lab, etc.:
This fascinating article supports theory that COVID-19 came from a lab, where it had been worked on for humans. The article I linked here is long but fascinating and worth reading. It debunks the most common theories about COVID-19 coming from a meat market in Wuhan or from bats. Also, the researcher has debunked the pangolin theory by exposing the sloppy research underlying it. https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2020/09/09/alina-chan-broad-institute-coronavirus/
I have read additional articles from various other reputable sources. Contact me if you want me to forward them to you.