This entire story would look so different if only we had honest media, instead of one that kept regurgitating talking points that could just as easily have dropped from Xi’s own mouth.
Sites like ours were blacklisted by certain Big Tech advertisers for daring to ask simple questions about whether it was more than a mere coincidence that ground zero for the outbreak that shut down the world just happened to spring out of a neighborhood that featured one of the world’s few (allegedly) high-security virus facilities.
The official outbreak site (the wet market) was literally only a few hundred yards away from the Wuhan Institute for Virology. But asking questions about that connection was verboten.
Websites and social media accounts were throttled or shut down over such ‘misinformation’. Twitter and Facebook dutifully issued corrections and warnings any time someone wrote on that topic. TV talking heads and print media circled the wagons and definitively called it a ‘debunked conspiracy theory’ only to stealth-edit headlines a year later when their debunking becomes debunked, and it becomes safe to ask such questions now that their preferred party is firmly grasping the reigns of political power.
Three different stories published earlier today highlight just how wrong the official narrative has been. And we’re saving the best (or worst) for last.
We’re not supposed to question Little Lord Fauci’s integrity, even when stories pop up about him telling foreign leaders that the virus probably escaped from a lab in Wuhan.
The former head of the Food and Drug Administration, Scott Gottlieb, has said Dr. Anthony Fauci told world leaders in the spring of 2020 that the coronavirus may have escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China.
U.S. researchers around that time still were considering whether the virus came from a lab break, and Fauci told the health leaders gathered that the newly identified strain of the coronavirus ‘looked unusual,’ according to Gottlieb.
The disclosure from the former FDA chief comes as an increasing number of mainstream scientists and media figures no longer are parroting the line from the Chinese Communist Party that the virus came from a bat. —DailyMail
Biden’s administration has been shamed into reopening a Trump-era investigation into the origins of the virus — that they had recently closed — now that the official CCP talking point about the origin is no longer being parroted.
Fauci has sworn up and down that he can assure us that the origins followed expected evolutionary hops, and yet Dr. Stephen Quay and Richard Muller have penned an essay showing their reasons for believing that there is compelling evidence for genetic markers pointing to gain of function manipulation.
COVID-19 has the genome sequencing ‘CGG-CGG’ – one of 36 sequencing patterns. That combination is commonly used by scientists in gain-of-function research, but is otherwise considered extremely ‘rare’.
The experts assert that no naturally occurring coronavirus – such as SARS or MERS – has ever had a CGG-CGG combination. —DailyMail
As damning as those stories are — and to the degree that they call Fauci’s white labcoat high-priestly executive judgment into question — they don’t hold a candle to the next new wrinkle in the saga.
The Chinese Liberation Army filing a patent for the vaccine BEFORE the virus was declared a pandemic. Seems a little sketchy, no?
The plot thickens further when we consider that the military scientist who filed the patent is no longer alive to discuss his work — dying under what is being called ‘mysterious circumstances’. And who did he collaborate closely with? The ‘bat lady’ herself.
Yusen Zhou, who worked for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA), lodged the paperwork on behalf of the Chinese political party on February 24 2020, according to The Australian newspaper.
That date was just five weeks after China first confirmed human transmission of the coronavirus.
Zhou is also said to have ‘worked closely’ with scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), including Shi Zhengli – the deputy director of the lab who is famous for her research on coronavirus in bats.
Their relationship is likely to strengthen speculation that the virus leaked from the lab and that China was aware that it was spreading between humans long before they alerted the international community.
Zhou mysteriously died less than three months after he filed the patent. The New York Post claims his death was only reported in one Chinese media report, despite the fact he was one of the country’s most prominent scientists.
Zhou had previously worked on research linked to the US institutions, including the University of Minnesota and the New York Blood Center, the newspaper reported. –DailyMail
There’s a line from the Batman films that seems to describe the story arc of Fauci’s meteoric rise to fame surprisingly well. ‘You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.’
What will the media say if Fauci is exposed as a fraud covering up some unspeakable horrors either to cover his ass or for personal or political gain?
Will they be made to pay any price for elevating him to semi-divine celebrity status? Or will he be one more in a long line of useful idiots trotted out to push a liberal narrative and give a veneer of expertise and neutrality as they find new and creative ways to undercut the credibility of Republicans — even when those same Republicans are later proven right on the facts of the issue?