The details of the origin of this outbreak are becoming more vivid by the day. I have written a few articles about how the virus may have originated in a Wuhan wet market where exotic fair was sold to the Chinese people. Nearly from the inception there was a different theory of origin that was widely suppressed by the media gatekeepers, which was that the virus was created in a Wuhan virology lab.
This alternative theory has a number of appeals to it. First, it is being suppressed by the gatekeepers, which is a reliable sign that it is correct. Secondly, while the wet market could be the avenue through which the virus transferred from animal to human, it does sound as if the Chinese government flippantly reasoned, “Well, this is how the SARS outbreak started, so it’s definitely how the Coronavirus began as well.” Thirdly, and closely related to the previous point, China has lied about everything in regards to this virus, so if the CCP is stating that it started in a wet market, we can reasonably assume that explanation is bullshit.
But, it is at the final three points where the damning evidence comes to the forefront. The fourth point of consideration is that the coronavirus is markedly different from other SARS viruses in that it is highly infectious. Why? Because it has a “mutation” that makes it a have a strong-resemblance to HIV and Ebola. According to virologists, this mutation is highly unlikely to have occurred naturally. Rather, it would be far more plausible that this virus was designed. Next, consider the following in weighing the official narrative of the virus originating in specific wet market in Wuhan vs. its origination in a Virology lab.
The “official channels” have maintained for four months that this virus originated in a wet market in Wuhan, not at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is the world’s Mecca of studying emergent SARS coronaviruses that originate in bats. A lot of speculation by the media has gone into supporting this case, as well as the solid support of the Chinese government, but the case is obviously garbage. I grant that wet markets for exotic harvested wild meats are a great vector for something like this, but set that aside for a moment.
There are between a hundred and a thousand wet markets in China. There are well over a thousand wet markets in Vietnam. There are well over a thousand wet markets in Thailand. There are hundreds or thousands of wet markets in Laos, hundreds or thousands more in Cambodia, hundreds or thousands more in Burma and Myanmar and Malaysia. Nobody knows for sure, but it’s completely reasonable to estimate the total number of wet markets in East Asia being at least ten thousand.
But only one of these ten thousand or more wet markets is two blocks from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Kind of puts it all into perspective.
And if that is not the nail in the coffin of the wet market theory, consider the final point: The Wuhan Institute of Virology specialized in the study of SARS in bats.
But, in a twist of fate, this outbreak cannot be laid exclusively at the feet of the Chinese. I mean sure, the lack of containment of this virus, even assuming that they did not release it on purpose, is the fault of the CCP. But wouldn’t you know it, in a story that broke over the weekend that the United States under the Obama administration helped fund the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
According to public documents compiled by the White Coat Waste Project and shared with Fox News, The Wuhan Institute of Virology has been involved with research funded by $7.1 million worth of U.S. government grants from the National Institutes of Health as it has participated in projects in collaboration with U.S. institutions. One grant for research on bat coronaviruses has received $3.7 million and another grant involving injecting viruses into mice’s brains got $3.4 million.
President Trump, during a press conference yesterday, vowed to end such funding immediately.
It gives us a perspective of just how treasonous past presidential administrations have been when they were funding the bioweapons labs of our enemies. It certainly makes these types of criticisms seem incredibly hypocritical.
Really, Joe? You were the Vice-President in the administration that funded the virus that is causing the world so many problems right now. As the world is slowly moving past this outbreak, let’s not allow the American public to forget who was responsible for it come November.