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Media, Big Tech, and folks in power like Dr. Anthony Fauci went all-in to squash any thought of the virus being the result of a lab leak or any of the other theories people were postulating about it.

It’s now a year later, and the veil over the subject has been ripped away, with media finally reporting on it all. Our own Scott Hounsell has been doing bang-up reporting and you can see his latest here on the cover-up.

Now, polls are showing that finally hearing the evidence that is out there is having an effect on Americans.

According to the latest Economist/YouGov survey, most Americans now believe that the virus was developed in a Wuhan lab. 58% now believe it, as opposed to 49% a year ago. Even a year ago, with media all declaiming against it, people were sifting through everything and many were still believing it.

Wuhan virus, most agree.

58% believe China made the virus in a lab, and 24% say it was ‘released on purpose.’ Sound familiar…https://t.co/j0BqPTWxdc pic.twitter.com/tTuWMEtG2C

— Paul Bedard (@SecretsBedard) June 3, 2021

Since Biden has now okayed a further look into the question (after quietly trying to shut down an investigation of it in the State Department), that has also seemed to green-light the issue for more Democrats to accept it as well. 43% of Democrats are now on board with the idea that it may have started in a lab.

Independents told the tale again, with 65% of Independents now believing it.


— Dr. Nickarama (@nickaramaOG) June 3, 2021

The bat theory has taken a real hit, with only 13% believing that it was spread by bats as the Chinese initially said.

From Washington Examiner:

“When it comes to the more specific circumstances of the virus’ emergence, 24% think it was created in a laboratory and was released on purpose, 18% think it was lab-created and escaped by accident, while a further 12% think it was a naturally occurring disease that was being examined in a laboratory but was released

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