I am having a déjà vu moment. Three years ago, the COVID-19 Wuhan lab-leak story was a fringe theory and disinformation.
Those of us who spoke out early into this Plandemic, including me, were vilified and punished for questioning the narrative and marveling at the fact the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) is coincidentally only five miles from the wet market. That laboratory is the only declared site in China capable of working with deadly viruses.
“We were banned from social media for talking about the possibility of a Wuhan lab leak,” Ben Shapiro recently remarked. “We were chastised by the fact-checkers. We were ripped up and down by advocates for The Science. And it turns out it was probably true, of course.”
Was the Wuhan wet market tale a lie from the get-go – a script passage arguably modified from the 2008 Globalist-issued film Contagion and then slapped against the world?
What do I mean by that?
“We made that Movie ON PURPOSE” with “honesty” and “good science,” was what Dr. Larry Brilliant, former Google, and World Health Organization employee told a panel at the Aspen Institute following the film’s release.
But in this movie we call life, it’s on purpose with dishonesty and scientism.
Consider that now in 2023, the mainstream news is suddenly having a field day. Even Bill Maher went scorched earth on the “wet market” Covid theory. Meanwhile, the CCP warned China-based Tesla owner Elon Musk against sharing the lab leak theory on Twitter.
But before we proceed, let’s recap:
Early on, “the experts,” said that the currently sampled viruses support the seafood market outbreak as the zoonotic origin.
So why are they doing damage control now by saying it’s a lab leak, albeit accidental? Or is there an agenda afoot?
Interestingly, in the now infamous March 2020 Nature Medicine paper “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2” they slipped in a short passage that conveniently served the Overton Window for whenever they were ready to move the goal post of “Truth.”
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