Covid-19 A Result of Lab Manipulation? Suspicions Grow…

Well, our “experts” continue to disappoint…

Why is it that so many of those we’re relying on aren’t being straight with us? Sure, we’ve come to expect that from politicians and the media, but scientists, too?

The chorus declaring that there’s no way that covid-19 could have originated in a lab appears blind to the troubling growing pile of concerning data.

A sudden lockdown of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in October 2019, where gain of function research on bat coronaviruses was being conducted, is being completely ignored.

The arguments refuting lab origination are easily punctured. So easily, we wonder how they’re being put forth with a straight face.

The jury is still out on this question, but it’s clear that enough questions persist that we should all be able to agree that more data is needed before declarative conclusions should be offered on either side.

As usual, we are left to our own to do our own inquiry, think critically, and make up our minds on our own, versus blindly accept what we’re being told/sold.

So we’ll keep producing these daily videos for as long as you and other viewers ask us to surface the data we’re looking at, so that you can develop an informed opinion on what’s truly going on.

      
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6 Responses to Covid-19 A Result of Lab Manipulation? Suspicions Grow…

  1. It’s totally logical and very conceivable that the Covid-19 virus was a weaponized virus produced by the people’s republic of china that “got loose” when the conversations between our US President and his counterpart in China became a little “rocky”. It doesn’t take a lot of imagination to understand that Xi Jinping could just have “flexed some muscle” to bring his US counterpart to his knees to show him “just who he was messing with”. I think our gov’t may have let their guard down in this instance and don’t expect anything but political BS from the WHO…one opportunity to listen to them as a body will convince anyone that they can’t be trusted to be independent.

  2. Matt says:

    The proverbial $64,000 question that I would like to ask is: why the hell are all the supposed experts in the “westernized” nations categorically denying, or should we say flat out lying about what mounting evidence indicates is the highly likely origin of this virus?

    Clearly, when they do make their assertions the use one of two tactics; either saying “there is no evidence”, which doesn’t disprove anything even if it is true, or two engage in a bunch of techno-babble that sounds plausible to those not educated in the subject but is easily disproved.

    Again, WHY ARE THEY LYING?

    • David says:

      They are lying because the United States and Australia funded the Wuhan lab after the research was shut down at UNC-CH.

      • Matt says:

        Interesting. It makes you wonder EXACTLY what they were researching at UNC-CH. Given SARS and MERS it makes sense to actually research and study these kinds of viruses. Especially, and specifically how they might mutate, even in a common animal host, to become dangerous to humans. I would even go as far to say that doing this research at a place like UNC would be better and safer than in a dubious place like China. If this is what they were researching, why would the NIH (which, remember, is largely a cover for black op type stuff) shut it down claiming it’s too dangerous?

        Clearly, what IS dangerous is making chimera SARS viruses and then inserting a furin cleavage site coupled with an ACE2 spike protein -- something that is found in viruses that are genetically far removed from SARS viruses. The only reason I can see that one would do something like that is to weaponize it because you’re making it highly effective against people.

        I can see why the western “researchers” would absolutely not want to be associated with a bioweapon that got unleashed on the planet, even if accidentally(*). The fact that they are lying instead of saying “hey -- introducing that PRRA protein sequence was China’s doing, it’s their fault” tells us something important. It also makes you wonder about China’s claim that this was released and started by the US.

        * -- The PP video had a really interesting part about the use of cell phone based traffic analysis around the so called Lab. I am inclined to believe the validity of the data as it’s basically how Google Maps and Waze work. It is highly suspicious that the area around the “lab” was closed down to traffic sometime in the beginning / middle of October. As Chris says, “Something happened”.

        • David says:

          I don’t have to wonder. I published the PDF outlining their work to modify the spike protein of SARS-COV to make it infectious in a mouse. That was paper was published in 2015.

          • Rabbi Will McCubbins says:

            Exactly right! They suceeded too. Thats why so many ‘isolated’ people catch this thing. Its being carried by more than humans.

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