Covid 19: “Lab Leak” theory, the only valid explanation

From the beginning of the p@ndemic, Fauci was adamant that the new C0VlD virus was a “natural evolution” that jumped from an animal to humans.

Initially, the blame was placed on Chinese “Wet Markets,” open-air marketplaces where meat is sold, and often butchered onsite. 

 In fact, in April of 2020 Fauci called for China to shut down its wet markets.


 Later that month, he scoffed at then-president Trump’s concern that the virus could have come from the Wuhan lab, saying that C0VlD’s mutations were “totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human.” 

Shortly after that, Fauci doubled down on his stance, saying he was “very, very strongly leaning toward this could not have been artificially or deliberately manipulated” 

For over a year, the press was eerily silent about the origin of C0VlD-19… 

And then, in May of 2021, 18 scientists published a paper that said a lab leak was a “viable explanation.” 

The Wall Street Journal published a report about Wuhan Lab workers being hospitalized as early as Nov. 2020 with “C0VlD-like” symptoms. 

Instead of admitting he could have been wrong, Fauci called the lab-leak theory “nonsense.”

This month, after no 2 years of searching and finding absolutely no sign of an animal-to-human crossover, Harvard scientist Dr. Alina Chan stated that it is “reasonable” to believe that COVID was genetically engineered in China.”  

Coverups from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and those with financial interests in the institute were also exposed, further demonstrating that there was more going on than meets the eye.

 In June of this year, in an effort to whitewash his previous stance, Fauci said of the possibility of a lab leak, “We’ve always said ‘keep an open mind and continue to look.’”

 In the meantime, after a year of social media censorship and derisive comments about the lab-leak “conspiracy theory,” evidence is finally forcing the powers that be to admit that they may well be wrong… 

 And Fauchi’s backtracking is raising eyebrows on both sides of the fence.

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