It is rather astonishing how the idea of a lab leak from the Wuhan research lab is now suddenly a real possibility.
When the Trump administration floated the idea, the media, Democrats, and medical experts all dismissed it as a conspiracy theory.
Since Trump left office, major publications have retracted and/or corrected stories, White House officials have conceded it may be a possibility, and now the biggest concession of all has been made.
The World Health Organization (WHO), the organization initially responsible for investigating the outbreak’s source, is saying it dismissed the idea far too early.
After the WHO allegedly investigated the incident, it quickly defended China and the lab, but now it is walking everything back, which should be VERY concerning.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has now openly admitted that China was far from transparent and cooperative during its investigation.
So, to be clear here, the organization responsible for investigating these matters is now openly admitting that it released the results of an investigation that actually never really took place.
If China did not provide the information, then the WHO just made up its conclusion.
Tedros, on the idea of this being an accidental leak, stated, “I was a lab technician myself, I’m an immunologist, and I have worked in the lab, and lab accidents happen. It’s common.”
In what world is this acceptable? I guess it would be one where Donald Trump is president, and literally, everyone in the world but his own supporters want him out of office.
Source: The Blaze