What really happened at the Wuhan lab?

In nine seasons as “Walker, Texas Ranger,” I investigated hundreds and hundreds of crimes. If I were still filming the show, this crime would take the cake.

Despite being 18 months into the coronavirus pandemic, we the people still don’t know the origins of it. But I don’t believe for a minute someone in the U.S. government doesn’t know. It’s high time for Mr. Biden and other U.S. officials to come clean and settle this matter with the American public.

Most discussions regarding the origins of the coronavirus center around China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is strangely and highly protected by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the World Health Organization.

Speculations about the inception of SARS-CoV-2 at the Wuhan lab are well founded and documented. Here are just a few facts we know:

Australian virologist Danielle Anderson was the only foreign scientist (the world is aware of) that had undertaken research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s BSL-4 lab. She arrived in 2016 and left the facility in November 2019 right at the time of the outbreak. I don’t know what shuttled her away at such a perfect time, but it seems as choreographed as other covert elements of this Chinese viral saga.

Being there only three short years, Bloomberg News reported that Anderson said, “Entering and exiting the facility was a carefully choreographed endeavor. … Departures were made especially intricate by a requirement to take both a chemical shower and a personal shower – the timings of which were precisely planned.”

Though Anderson doesn’t subscribe to malicious intent origins, she said the Wuhan lab is so large that she didn’t know what everyone was working on at the end of 2019. She also confessed that if presented with evidence, she “could foresee how things could maybe happen. I’m not naive enough to say I absolutely write this off.”

She also conceded that “it would be theoretically possible for a scientist in the lab to be working on a gain of function technique [i.e. genetically manipulating a virus to give it new functions] to unknowingly infect themselves and to then unintentionally infect others in the community.”

Her personal conclusion was that: “The pandemic is something no one could have imagined on this scale,” but then confesses again: “The virus was in the right place at the right time, and everything lined up to cause this disaster.” “Everything lined up” by chance? By itself?

Could such “perfect timing and orchestration” be far more than an accident or coincidence? Is there an agency that could have caused it? According to China’s most famous political prisoner and defector, Wei Jinsheng, who is still in touch with top governing insiders in the Communist country, the Chinese military has sinister plans afoot.

In the must-read amazing and insightful new book and exposé, “What Really Happened in Wuhan?” by the award-winning Australian investigative journalist Sharri Markson, Wei Jinsheng is just one of many Chinese whistleblowers who unveil the Communist COVID-19 plot. He even warned U.S. intelligence and political officials about the coronavirus in October 2019, but received no response.

In Chapter 21, titled “Military Games,” Markson explained: “Wei, a former Communist Party insider from one of the 500 founding families, is a seven-time nominee for the Nobel Peace Prize and the winner of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Human Rights Award, the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the U.S. National Endowment for Democracy Award and Sweden’s Olof Palme Memorial Prize … Known as the godfather of the [Chinese] Democracy Movement, Wei’s voice is credible and he deserves to be heard.”

Wei explained, “In September [18th] 2019, the Chinese government held a large-scale ‘anti-coronavirus exercise’ in the airport and hospitals of Wuhan, which was equivalent to a military exercise. … The exercise included epidemiological investigation, medical investigation and temporary quarantine.”

“In Wei’s opinion, it’s possible there was a deliberate release of the coronavirus during the [October 2019] Military World Games to test the biological warfare, and send the virus back around the world through the visiting athletes.” (This is same month that U.S. satellite surveillance images captured all the Wuhan hospitals’ parking being overwhelmed to capacity!)

Wei is not alone in his Chinese suspicion. In June of this year, many Republican members of the U.S. Congress launched their own investigation.

The Washington Post reported, “More than 9,000 international athletes from more than 100 countries traveled to Wuhan, China – and many of them later got sick with COVID-19-like symptoms. But there has never been a real investigation into whether the virus that causes COVID-19 was already spreading at the Wuhan Military World Games. Now, multiple U.S. lawmakers are demanding the U.S. government begin one.”

“The State Department’s only consideration of the Wuhan Military World Games came when the Chinese foreign ministry began citing the event in its own propaganda in March 2020. The Chinese asserted that U.S. Army personnel might have brought the virus to Wuhan from Fort Detrick in Frederick, Md., where the U.S. Army bioresearch program is based. That didn’t make sense because the first outbreak was in Wuhan, not Maryland. …”

“We were aware in the administration of the Chinese government’s misinformation campaign accusing the U.S. military of bringing covid to Wuhan at those games, which obviously we didn’t take seriously and didn’t consider to be a good-faith effort to get to the bottom of it,” David Feith, a former State Department official said. “To the extent there are now or there were all along credible reports of sick athletes from those games, we should certainly chase them down and learn more.”

“If the Biden administration is as serious as it claims to be regarding investigating the pandemic’s origins, it must go back and test all the U.S. military personnel who were in Wuhan for antibodies and then attempt to trace any outbreaks that might have come from their trip to the games. Other countries with athletes who got sick must do the same. It’s true, the value of the data may have waned over time, because antibodies dissipate and tracing is more difficult. But it’s still worth trying, and there’s no honest argument for ignoring this issue.”

Investigative journalist Markson asked, “What would be the motive for such [a Chinese military viral] attack?” Defector Wei answered: “If everything goes well without being discovered, then in the future, they can engage in vaccine diplomacy, expand the circle of friends and fight against the West.”

In September 2020, Nature documented “China’s coronavirus vaccine shows military’s growing role in medical research“: “The largest armed force in the world, China’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA), is not known for its cutting edge medical research. But since 2015, it has ramped up recruitment of scientists, and investment in the field as part of its strategy to modernize its military. Now, the coronavirus pandemic is showcasing the PLA’s growing expertise in medical research, including a major role in developing the coronavirus vaccine that was the first in the world to be approved for restricted use.”

The Halloween nightmare in the Wuhan chronicles is that the U.S. has also been funding China’s gain of function research on the coronavirus for years through the National Institute of Health, and therefore (as hard as it is to hear) enabled the creation of the global pandemic. Richard Ebright, board of governors professor of chemistry and chemical biology at Rutgers University and laboratory director at the Waksman Institute of Microbiology, recently confirmed this fact to Newsweek as “unequivocally” true – something Dr. Anthony Fauci denied (and therefore lied) before Congress.

Just this week, Yahoo News even reported, “NIH Admits to Funding Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan, Says EcoHealth Violated Reporting Requirements”: “A top NIH official admitted in a Wednesday letter that U.S. taxpayers funded gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses in Wuhan and revealed that EcoHealth Alliance, the U.S. non-profit that funneled NIH money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, was not transparent about the work it was doing.”

If you’re ready to go further down the Wuhan rabbit hole, I encourage you to watch Sky News Australia’s hour-long special investigation with Sharri Markson, who interviews former President Trump and U.S. intelligence about their thoughts on the lab as well. Also, please read The Intercept’s recent full investigative report, “NIH Documents Provide New Evidence U.S. Funded Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan.” And please also watch this important interview with Dr. Bryan Ardis about critical treatment information regarding the coronavirus.

There’s one thing I know: It’s only a matter of time before the Wuhan smoking gun is found. We should pray that it is discovered before another viral shot is fired from the Chinese chamber, with even more devastating and disastrous national or global effects.

As satirist Douglas Adams said, “If it looks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, we have at least to consider the possibility that we have a small aquatic bird of the family anatidae on our hands.”

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