COVID-19 probably came from a lab. (And Fauci knew it)

Every time Tony Fauci, the mainstream media or any scientist made a statement about COVID-19 being from natural origin, they were referring to these two articles:

Every brave scientist who spoke up about the possibility of a lab-origin was called a “Conspiracy Theorist” based on these two studies alone. The science was “settled” because of these two articles, we were told. The articles definitely looked official, like prominent scientists wrote them. The science quoted in the articles looked fishy, though. Other scientists were asking how the certainty of a natural origin was obtained: how did anyone know for certain the virus wasn’t from a laboratory, when we were so early in the pandemic? The Lancet article had a ghost-writer! The writer was a man named Peter Daszak. (Peter Dazak, British bio-weapons expert, getting millions of dollars from the US military and from Tony Fauci).

Francis Collins was blogging about these articles as if they were truth. Tony Fauci was quoting these articles. Tom Cotton, Meryl Nass and others saw through it. There was also a letter from Kristian Anderson to Francis Collins, Jeremy Farrar and Tony Fauci thanking them for writing it. 

Back in 2017, Darpa was looking for people to study potential pandemics and Peter Daszak (who works with Fauci) applied, with Project DEFUSE. Darpa rejected that plan because the gain-of-function research was dangerous. This is the DEFUSE Project documentation. Here is a video with that information: DASZAK ADMITTED FAUCI FUNDING FOR WUHAN CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH… IN 2017!

Fauci’s emails revealed a lot.

China stated that the virus could have come from a U.S. lab:

” Fort Detrick has long been engaged in coronavirus research and modification. After its shutdown in 2019 because of serious safety incidents, disease with symptoms similar to COVID-19 broke out in the U.S. The team of Professor Ralph Baric in the UNC possesses extremely mature capability in synthesizing and modifying coronavirus. From January 2015 to June 2020, the UNC reported to the National Institutes of Health 28 lab incidents involving genetically engineered organisms. Six of them involved coronaviruses including SARS, MERS and SARS-CoV-2. However, instead of finding out what happened in its own labs first, the U.S. keeps slinging mud at others.”

The Chinese Embassy

Just six years ago, nobody was denying that gain-of-function research was happening, on a bat coronavirus:

“The only impact of this work is the creation, in a lab, of a new, non-natural risk,” agrees Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist and biodefence expert at Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. Both Ebright and Wain-Hobson are long-standing critics of gain-of-function research. In their paper, the study authors also concede that funders may think twice about allowing such experiments in the future.

“Scientific review panels may deem similar studies building chimeric viruses based on circulating strains too risky to pursue,” they write, adding that discussion is needed as to “whether these types of chimeric virus studies warrant further investigation versus the inherent risks involved”.

Nature: Engineered bat virus stirs debate over risky research (2015)