Twitter still considers telling it a banworthy offense, and Facebook is dubbing it “misinformation” and a “conspiracy theory.” But the narrative that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) did, in fact, escape from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, has actually become mainstream news.
Joining a handful of other media outlets that are reporting it as well, Fox News published a story the other day admitting that “patient zero” in the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis was an employee at the Chinese lab, and not some random person who picked up the virus at a Wuhan “wet market.”
As you may recall, Zero Hedge was banned from Twitter for exposing the truth about patient zero nearly three months ago. The Jack Dorsey empire had decided that this story didn’t need to be told, and that anyone who tried would be punished.
Fast-forward to today, and we now have Fox News openly admitting that “multiple sources” – not just internet “conspiracy theorists” – have confirmed that the original story about the Wuhan wet market that was perpetrated by the communist Chinese regime is, in fact, false, and not based on actual events.
“According to ‘multiple sources who have been briefed on the details of early actions by China’s government,’ the initial transmission of the virus was bat-to-human, and that the ‘official’ story amplified by the MSM – namely that the virus originated at the Wuhan wet market – was a coverup by Chinese officials ‘in order to deflect blame from the laboratory, along with the country’s propaganda efforts targeting the U.S. and Italy,” the Fox News report reveals.
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As to why China was handling the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at its lab in the first place, Fox says that “official sources” have supposedly confirmed it to be not about bioweaponry, but rather about China “demonstrate[ing] that its efforts to identify and combat viruses are equal to or greater than the capabilities of the United States.”
Whether this is actually true, or perhaps Fox is just engaging in a little bit of “narrative shaping,” remains unclear. But one thing seems to be undeniable, at this point: The Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) didn’t come from some random bat at a meat market.
According to The Washington Post, which is also now spreading this new narrative, the U.S. Embassy received two cables back in 2018 warning about “inadequate safety” at the Wuhan lab, which was said to be conducting “risky studies” on bat coronaviruses.
These cables, claims the Post, have “fueled discussions inside the U.S. government about whether this or another Wuhan lab was the source of the virus.”
General Mark Milley, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, has also confirmed that the federal government now has a “keen interest” in the theory that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) originated at the Wuhan lab, but that “we don’t know for certain.”
President Donald Trump has directly indicated that there’s more to the story about the Wuhan lab than the American people are being told. When asked by a Fox reporter whether the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) may have leaked from there, he answered:
“More and more we’re hearing the story … we are doing a very thorough examination of this horrible situation that happened.”
Trump was then asked if he ever discussed with Milley any concerns about alleged lax safety protocols at the Wuhan lab, to which Trump responded, “I just don’t want to talk about it.”
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