This article was originally published by Tyler Durden at ZeroHedge. The most ‘credible’ theory about the origin of COVID-19 is that it escaped from a Chinese laboratory, according to US National Security Adviser Matthew Pottinger, who made the comment during a Zoom meeting with UK officials. “There is a growing body of evidence that the lab […]The post Top US Official Says ‘Growing Body Of Evidence’ Shows COVID-19 Leaked From Chinese Lab first appeared on SHTF Plan - When It Hits The Fan, Don't Say We Didn't Warn You.
The US State Department released an official fact sheet on Friday highlighting previously-undisclosed evidence that COVID-19 was intentionally created in Communist China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). The corporate press and institutional medical establishment have derided dissident scientists and doctors who entertained the “lab-leak hypothesis” as dangerous conspiracy theorists for […]
An intelligence report conducted by private analysts and presented to the US Senate intelligence committee suggests that there may have been a "hazardous event" at the Wuhan Institute of Virology between October 6 and 11, during which time roadblocks were put in place to prevent traffic from coming to the facility, according to the report obtained by NBC News.
A new documentary film by Epoch Times in collaboration with NTD (New Tang Dynasty Television), both based in New York, details additional concerning – and potentially horrifying – facts that the Wuhan coronavirus is a biological experiment that either escaped or was deliberately released (see at end of article). This comes as UK ministers are expressing doubt that the coronavirus originated from Wuhan’s Hunan Seafood market and rather insist that there is credible evidence it came from Wuhan’s lab, which also had U.S. funding.
All over the world, starting with China – the suspected origin of the COVID-19 outbreak – governments are increasing surveillance of citizens using their smartphones. The trend is taking off like wildfire; in China citizens now require a smartphone application’s permission to travel around the country and internationally.