More signs point to coronavirus being engineered in Wuhan lab

Thursday, May 21, 2020
By Paul Martin

by: Isabelle Z.
Thursday, May 21, 2020

Last month, a Pew Research Center survey found that three in ten Americans believe the new coronavirus was most likely created in a lab. For some, it may just be a hunch, but the evidence is quickly piling up to support this theory. Although we may never be able to know for certain given that modern genetic engineering enables such viruses to be created without any sign of human manipulation, some experts insist it’s a very good possibility.

The fact that those who are privy to classified information about the virus believe it was made in the lab should be our first clue. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told ABC This Week there was “enormous evidence” the outbreak started in a Chinese lab, although he didn’t share any of it.

When asked if he had seen anything that made him think the Wuhan lab was the source of the outbreak, President Trump said: “Yes, I have. Yes, I have.”

And although Chinese authorities insist the virus didn’t escape from a lab, they have not permitted WHO investigators or other foreign experts to look into it, nor have they been willing to share any samples taken from the animals at the Wuhan wet market where they maintain the outbreak originated.

So let’s get this straight: The Chinese authorities want us to take them at their word when they say this virus didn’t come from one of their labs, and they won’t let investigators in to verify what they’re claiming. That doesn’t sound the slightest bit suspicious, does it?

If you were being accused of starting this deadly pandemic and you knew you were innocent, wouldn’t you be gathering all the evidence you could and shouting it from the rooftops? Wouldn’t you invite everyone into your lab to see for themselves that you had no part in this?

It’s pretty clear they have something to hide.

Wuhan Institute of Virology carries out risky gain-of-function research

he lab at the center of this controversy is the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is an affiliate of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and is run by the country’s central government. It’s a BSL-4 lab, which means it’s designed to study the most dangerous pathogens in the world.

It was set up in the wake of the SARS epidemic to help prepare the country for future outbreaks of infectious disease, and it’s used to research and develop antiviral vaccines and drugs for new pathogens. It’s just eight miles away from the wet market where the outbreak was supposedly started.

The lab has been carrying out gain-of-function research for several years. This is a type of research wherein scientists study viruses and determine how they could be modified to make them more deadly or more easily transmissible. This, in theory, could enable scientists to come up with countermeasures for the viruses that could pose the biggest threats to humanity.

It’s a highly controversial type of research that was banned in the U.S. during the Obama administration after a series of safety incidents showed just how dangerous it can be. Pathogens have escaped from labs before, with hundreds of incidents involving unintended exposure to controlled biological agents occurring each year.

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