(ModernSurvival.org) – It’s no surprise that the novel coronavirus pandemic has led to a spike in suspicions over its origin. Did so much death and carnage really come from someone eating a bat in a wet market in China? Rumors have circulated around the web that the virus actually did come from China… via a virus lab located in Wuhan — the epicenter of the virus.
DailyMail has uncovered information that gives these rumors a massive dose of legitimacy. According to documents they uncovered, the Wuhan Institute of Virology has been doing experiments on strands of the coronavirus. These experiments were conducted on mammals, including bats, sourced from Yunnan (roughly 1,000 miles away from Wuhan). Genome sequencing of COVID-19 has traced the virus back to the bats from caves in Yunnan.
As if that isn’t bad enough, The Mail discovered that the lab received over $3 million in funding from the US National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Documents obtained by the Daily Mail confirm that Communist China had been harvesting, developing, and testing novel coronaviruses on mammals using grant money from the U.S. government under former President Obama. https://t.co/AajaiHG8SO
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To top it all off, Doctor Cao Bin, from the Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital, has provided evidence that many of the original cases of coronavirus came from people who had no contact at all with the seafood market where the virus supposedly originated. Nor had they been in contact with any other infected individuals.
So was the coronavirus caused by someone eating a bat, as has been the official narrative, or did it come from the laboratory in Wuhan? The evidence against China seems to be stacking up with each passing day.
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