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The past several weeks have witnessed an unraveling of the COVID-19 narrative potentially indicating a massive cover-up of the virus’s origin. Two distinguished researchers released a study that refutes claims by the World Health Organization (WHO) that the virus had a natural origin.

The study, to be published in the Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery, indicates the virus that causes COVID-19 was man-made — engineered in a lab by creating unique spike proteins and attaching them to the virus in a manner that does not occur in nature. The researchers concluded it is likely the virus was engineered at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) during coronavirus gain-of-function experiments up to a year before the first outbreak.

Also, according to a previously undisclosed U.S. intelligence report as reported in the Wall Street Journal, three individuals who worked at WIV were treated for COVID-19-type symptoms in local hospitals in November 2019, three weeks earlier than the first reported cases of the virus according to the Chinese government. This, combined with reports that the Wuhan lab was unexpectedly closed for weeks in October 2019 for what appears to be a major decontamination effort, paints a damning picture.

With the emergence of this new information, the Biden administration has called for an intelligence review of the virus’s origin, after shutting down a Trump administration investigation into the virus’s origin just a few weeks prior. So the man-made origin theory, which was previously “debunked” and censored in both social media and new outlets, is looking more likely than not to be true.

Pretty clear to me that Covid-19 came from a lab leak. WSJ reporting today that lab workers at the Wuhan Instit. of Virology became sick enough in Nov 2019 to seek hospital care. Keep in mind that doctors at that same hospital were detained by the police! https://t.co/D3fNPzH9im

— Marty Makary MD, MPH (@MartyMakary) May 23, 2021

In addition to the changing narrative on the virus’s origin, a raft of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails obtained via open records request by The Washington Post provided a series of new revelations. Namely, Fauci

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