The Wuhan Virology Lab COVID-19 (2019-nCoV) Conspiracy is now looking more like fact than fake news.
For almost a year the Democrats and their fake news media cohorts were screeching “We are not just battling a pandemic. But also Trump, and the Republicans insane Coronavirus conspiracy theories.”
Of course, China gave them their marching orders to squash any idea that the novel Coronavirus pandemic began when it escaped from the Wuhan Virology Lab.
But when you start looking at the evidence it starts looking less like a conspiracy theory, and more like fact!
Top 10 Reasons Why COVID-19 Was Created, Escaped From The Wuhan Virology Lab
10. The COVID-19 Pandemic Started Across The Street From The Wuhan Lab
The official story is that the Coronavirus was started in a seafood market in Wuhan.
Chinese scientists have suggested that some unlucky shoppers ended up becoming patient zeros.
You’ve probably already heard that explanation before, But there’s a good chance it’s a lie because it simply defies logic.
First, the real patient zeros infected with COVID-19 had no connection to the market. In fact, while they lived close by, none of those patients ever actually stepped foot inside the market.
Second, the market was a seafood market, and nobody was selling bats.
Third, Even China’s scientists have started backing away from this theory.
To quote one directly:
“It seems clear that [the] seafood market is not the only origin of the virus… But to be honest, we still do not know where the virus came from.”
9. The Wuhan Lab Was Studying Bat Coronaviruses
Scientists inside the Wuhan Virology Lab were actively conducting research on coronaviruses in bats.
In fact, it had been a major project for the city, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology took great pride in.
They were at the forefront in researching the causes of SARS, and it was their researchers who had proven that the last SARS outbreak originated in bats.
Researchers had been gathering bats infected with the coronavirus since at least 2012, and they were focusing on ones that could spread their illness to human beings.
And, SURPRISE! They were doing it right across the street from the place where the pandemic started.
8. COVID-19 is a 96% Match For One Of The Wuhan Virology Lab Bat Virus’.
The coronavirus has been called the “novel” Coronavirus because it’s unique.
It’s different from past diseases, like SARS. About 30% different, to be exact. And that’s not just a number we pulled out of our asses.
COVID-19 isn’t just similar to bat coronaviruses in general — it’s similar to a very specific strain of bat coronavirus carried by bats in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Not every bat coronavirus has that 96% match — in fact, when another lab compared Coronavirus to their own bats, the closest match they could find was 88%. And those bats weren’t local.
If you were living in Wuhan and you really wanted to find one of those bats, you’d either have to go to the virology lab or to the place those bats had come from Yunnan and Zhejiang, China. Those cities are a little over 550 miles away.
7. An Infected Bat Bled On A Researcher Shortly Before The Outbreak
While it’s unlikely that the Wuhan Institute of Virology deliberately plagued its own people, somebody could have been infected by accident.
Imagine if a bat attacked a researcher and, in the chaos, spilled its blood and urine onto his bare skin.
You don’t have to imagine it, because that’s exactly what happened.
According to a report by Chinese researchers Botao and Lei Xiao, a researcher named Junhua Tian described these exact experiences in an interview with the Changjiang Times.
Junhua Tian claims he quarantined himself to keep from spreading these diseases. But even if this was true, it’s still a very real possibility that the virus still could have escaped.
One thing we’ve learned since the outbreak is that people can show no symptoms at all and still be infected.
Plus, we also know that some have almost no symptoms. And even if they beat the Coronavirus they can still carry the virus.
6. SARS Escaped From A Beijing Lab Twice
If COVID-19 did escape, it wouldn’t be the first time a deadly virus got out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
In fact, it didn’t happen once, it happened twice…IN THE SAME MONTH!
On April 4, 2004, a postgraduate student working at a virology lab in Beijing was diagnosed with SARS.
She was unaware that she was infected, and walked out of the Wuhan lab and very nearly caused a second outbreak of SARS.
And just two weeks later, another postgraduate student working at the exact same lab did the exact same thing.
In case you were wondering the Wuhan Institute of Virology definitely had postgraduate students on staff when the Coronavirus outbreak happened.
This is important because…
5. The Wuhan Virology Lab Was Testing A Virus That Matches COVID-19
Shortly before the breakout, the Wuhan Lab placed a job posting asking for postgraduate students to help study the coronavirus in humans and bats.
That’s not exactly out of the ordinary — but the description in the job posting is a little disturbing.
It says that they were particularly interested in molecular mechanisms that let coronavirus lie dormant for a long time without symptoms.
That’s one of the distinguishing traits of 2019-nCoV is the fact that people can go around without any apparent symptoms and still spread it.
322 of the people on the Diamond Princess cruise ship tested positive without symptoms.
There’s proof that those asymptomatic people can spread the disease.
In fact, one woman is confirmed to have infected at least five people without showing any symptoms of her own.
4. Researchers At The Lab Had Recently Created A New Coronavirus
The staff at Wuhan Institute of Virology didn’t just work on cures.
They also spent some developing new, super viruses of their own.
In 2015, two researchers at the Institute participated in an international experiment led by American scientist Ralph Baric.
The goal? Create a new coronavirus with the ability to infect human beings.
If that sounds like a weird goal to you, you’re not alone. A significant part of the scientific community was outraged by this experiment.
3. COVID-19 Has Eerie Similarities to HIV
According to a controversial study out of India, some aspects of 2019-nCoV had “uncanny similarities” to HIV.
Full disclosure — this study’s gotten a fair degree of scrutiny.
Some scientists have questioned whether it used enough data to be statistically significant, and they’ve put it through the wringer enough that, at this point, the study’s authors have withdrawn their work.
But while their work might be unproven, that doesn’t necessarily make it wrong.
HIV drugs are proving to be remarkably effective in treating patients showing low white blood cell counts.
This is something that doesn’t happen with any other form of coronavirus.
2. The Communist Chinese Government Ordered A Lockdown On Information
Infectious disease specialist Daniel Lucey got the chance to review the documents and data China had in its possession when COVID-19 broke.
Lucey told the press that China’s official story just didn’t make any sense:
“China must have realized the epidemic did not originate in that Wuhan Huanan seafood market”
Perhaps he was right. Perhaps somebody in Wuhan knew that the story didn’t add up even when they first announced it.
On Jan. 2, 2020 — the day after the Huanan seafood market was blamed for the disease — the Wuhan Institute of Virology sent out a disclosure strictly “prohibiting disclosure of information” on 2019-nCoV.
But. thankfully some scientists have spoken up anyway.
A good part of this article, for example, draws from a study by the National Natural Science Foundation of China called “The possible origins of 2019-nCoV coronavirus”.
It might not surprise you to find out that, shortly after that study was released, the communist government did its best to pull it off the internet.
Long before President Trump ever said it, China was using its vast influence to stop the media from calling the virus the “Chinese virus” or the “Wuhan flu”.
Of course, the media called former President Donald Trump a racist, for doing the very same thing they had been doing for almost a month.
1. China Suddenly Tightens Up Biolab Security
The biggest smoking gun of them all came straight out of the mouth of President Xi Jinping.
On Feb. 14, 2020, President Xi gave a speech on the need to contain COVID-19.
Chinese, he said, needs to “learn our lessons… so we can strengthen our areas of weakness and close the loopholes exposed by the epidemic.
While Xi was never completely explicit about how those loopholes were to be closed, he did announce his plan to push through a new law for “biosecurity at laboratories” specifically targeting the use of biological agents that “may harm national security”.
The very next day, the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology followed up on Xi’s speech with a new directive entitled: “Instructions on strengthening biosecurity management in microbiology labs that handle advanced viruses like the novel coronavirus.”
Amazingly, There’s only one microbiology lab in all of China that handles advanced viruses like the novel coronavirus… The Wuhan Institute of Virology.