It doesn’t really matter what any of these people say about anything. Right now, China is trying to blame the US for this virus, claiming it is a bioweapon released on them, and the US is doing the same to China.
But the fact that “experts” can disagree so wildly about the nature of this virus definitely points to how idiotic it is to appeal to “experts.”
When someone says “trust the experts,” you need to respond with “which ones?”, because they’re all saying something different.
A study found the coronavirus was taken to an animal market in Wuhan, China, by a person already infected with the disease, according to a report.
“The publicly available genetic data does not point to cross-species transmission of the virus at the market,” said Alina Chan, a molecular biologist, and Shing Zhan, an evolutionary biologist, the Mail on Sunday reported.
In their paper, the two said they were “surprised” to discover the coronavirus was “already pre-adapted to human transmission.”
But they said all routes for animal to human transmission – including from bats – must be examined.
“The possibility that a non-genetically engineered precursor could have adapted to humans while being studied in a laboratory should be considered,” the paper said.
It was written by Chan and Ben Deverman, scientists at the Broad Institute, a research facility affiliated with Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Zhan, from the University of British Columbia.
The development adds to the growing criticism that the Chinese ruling Communist Party downplayed the severity of the outbreak and failed to report accurate numbers of the virus in the country.
“We need to get to the bottom of many things in relation to COVID-19,” said Bob Seely, a member of the British Parliament. “We need to know where this virus began, why we were told at one time there was no human transmission, and what was the role of the Chinese Communist Party.”
President Trump, who has blasted Beijing for a lack of transparency in its response to the pandemic, has claimed the coronavirus began in a Wuhan lab.
I am still trying to work through my understanding of this series of events. But basically, it is 100% clear that the US had this brutal program ready to roll out before anyone ever heard of the coronavirus.
So, what that means is that they had to have control over the series of events in China, somehow. Either that or they were just waiting for a random flu to pop up so they could roll all of this stuff out, but that seems unlikely.
Most likely, the virus did come from a lab and was released by the US in China.
That doesn’t mean it is anything more than the flu. It just means that they needed control of the trigger for this event, so they released a benign coronavirus in China to kick things off.