Whether those documents point to covid originating in a bioweapons laboratory in Wuhan, China, or at Fort Detrick in Maryland, the Biden regime wants the three-letter agencies to come clean about what they know within the next 90 days – and no later than that.
"We need to get to the bottom of Covid-19's origins," Resident Biden said about the need for everything to be declassified before the next three months have elapsed, noting that any released material should also "include potential links to the Wuhan Institute of Virology."
"In implementing this legislation, my administration will declassify and share as much of that information as possible, consistent with my constitutional authority to protect against the disclosure of information that would harm national security," Hunter's dad further promised.
(Related: Last fall, a whistleblower from the Pentagon said released evidence proves that the Fauci Flu originated in a laboratory.)
Both the House and the Senate unanimously passed the bill, which was originally sponsored by Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.). That Biden actually signed it shows how the tides have turned in terms of this being a bipartisan effort to unveil the truth to the world.
Biden's signature will force Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Avril Haines to declassify any and all information the U.S. intelligence community has in its possession pertaining to how covid appeared on the world stage.
With low confidence, the Energy Department just last month made the assessment that covid originated in a Chinese lab. The Communist Chinese Party (CCP) denies this, but American politicians insist it is the truth.
Up until now, figuring out covid's true origins has generated a highly politicized debate. Leftists say it came from bat soup while conservatives mostly followed the narrative that the CCP cooked it up in a lab. Soon, we should know a whole lot more about what the U.S. government knows one way or another.
Haines' job from here on out will be to create a report from the declassified information and submit it to Congress for review. Then, the American people will learn whatever it is that has been hidden in the shadows, hopefully putting this entire saga to rest by giving it context and a much-needed explanation.
In the comments on a story about all this, someone joked that giving the likely culprits in the scamdemic three full months to produce the "evidence" is like the police telling criminals that they have 90 days to hide all evidence of criminal activity before they come to search and prosecute.
"'Hi, this is the police: we think you are the atrocious fiend,'" this person wrote using a hypothetical quote of what may actually be happening here with this new legislation. "'We'll be by to search your house in 90 days.'"
Another wrote that this new legislation basically amounts to telling the "swamp," as former President Donald Trump infamously called them, to investigate itself.
"I'll save you 90 days of waiting: blah, blah, blah."
Another suggested that whatever gets released will be heavily redacted regardless, likely still leaving much to the imagination concerning how covid came about, and by whose hands it came.
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