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Dr. Xiangguo Qiu, her biologist husband and her students have not returned to work at the National Microbiology Lab in Winnipeg, after being escorted out in July. RCMP are still investigating what was described by Public Health Agency of Canada as a possible 'policy breach.' (CBC) Look here up. She’s disappeared and possibly enjoying that waterfront at Club Gitmo. Even Uncle Joe can touch or save her. So where we go
Anthony S. Fauci told Congress last week that, despite growing support for the case that the pandemic emerged from the Wuhan lab, he still believes it came from nature. “I have always said that the high likelihood is that this is a natural occurrence,” Fauci said, “and I still maintain that.” Like so many things Fauci has told Americans about the pandemic, it looks increasingly like he could be proven wrong. Not only is there still zero evidence to support the theory that the virus emerged from nature, there are mounting signs that it did not. In the 15 months since the pandemic began, despite an exhaustive search, no intermediate host — an animal that caught the virus from bats and then spread it to humans — has been found. Nicholas Wade — a science reporter for nearly 50 years at Science, Nature and the New York Times — points out in his exhaustive report for the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists that during the SARS1 epidemic, the intermediate host (civet cats bred for human consumption) was identified in just four months. Is it possible the virus jumped from bats to humans without an intermediate host? Perhaps. But a bat coronavirus is known to have directly infected humans only on one known occasion — in April 2012, when six people cleaning bat guano from a mine in China’s Yunnan province fell ill. However, it’s implausible that bats infected people in Wuhan. The city is more than 900 miles from the bat caves of Yunnan, and the bats’ range is just 30 miles. Moreover, temperatures in Wuhan in the winter of 2019, when the pandemic hit, would have sent the bats into hibernation. But what if a person infected in Yunnan brought the virus to Wuhan? As Wade explains, that individual “must have traveled … without infecting anyone else. No one in his or her family got sick. If the person jumped on a train to Wuhan, no fellow passengers fell ill.” That scenario is also highly unlikely.
originally posted by: markovian
Ofcourse its falling apart even if they where telling the truth it's just way to suspect
A lab doing research on coronavirus in the same city a huge corona virus outbreak happens goes nooo it wasent us the locals where eating bats .... yea no ones buying that
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: Waterglass
There were actual people that thought this wasn't a deliberate attack by China?
Go figure. . . .
originally posted by: DBCowboy
a reply to: IAMTAT
Just hold on there Mister Raycist!
Stating the obvious fact that it came from China when Taiwan even warned about it coming from China though the WHO didn't listen to Taiwan because they are snooty and belong to China is RAYCIST!
I was briefed by my Fed POC last year when this all began that at a level above Special Agent in the USA in any agency that said Covid-19 was man made.
These assholes have destroyed the world’s economy, the best president this country has ever seen was removed from office by cheating and fraud on a massive scale that used the virus as a vehicle to help them remove him.
Was it a plan?
originally posted by: MiddleInsite
I guess the Trump administration was ill prepared for it then, huh?
Maybe they should have been looking out for something like this?
a reply to: DBCowboy