Lab Leak Most Likely Origin of Covid-19 Pandemic, US Energy Department Now Says. By Sharri Markson.
Now two US intelligence agencies have concluded that Covid-19 most likely leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. They are the FBI and the Department of Energy.
Another two agencies, including the CIA, are undecided while four say it’s more likely that the virus arose naturally.
None of these agencies has a high degree of confidence in their position. …
We might be able to answer this question with more confidence had censorship and political correctness not stymied research on this topic three years ago.
It’s stunning to think there has still not been a thorough, bipartisan investigation in the style of the 9/11 Commission, which interviewed over 1200 people in 10 countries, reviewing half a million pages of documents. …
It’s nonsense to say there is no evidence to suggest the virus leaked from a laboratory.
The evidence is not definitive, it is not conclusive, but it is overwhelming.
Consider the research Wuhan scientists were undertaking to make bat coronaviruses more lethal and more transmissible, the concerns over safety protocols held by its own laboratory director, the cover-up at the laboratory itself in November 2019 and the way the CCP reacted when the virus began to spread.
There’s certainly more evidence linking the Wuhan Institute of Virology to the start of Covid-19 than there is evidence to support the theory that the most infectious virus in a century simply arose naturally.
Another backflip. Another conspiracy theory is turning out to be “true”.
Gradually the truth will emerge, safely after the heat has gone out of the issue.
Vaccine harm might be harder to admit safely after the fact, because it is increasingly being noticed and is ongoing. Especially if reports of a large drop in fertility of the population prove true. Explaining away 15% non-covid exceeds deaths is one thing, but explaining away a demographic dearth and less-than-full schools in 2030 is really going to tax the propaganda powers of the narrative spinners.
hat-tip Stephen Neil