The Washington Post presented a piece Tuesday basically throwing doubt on the prospect that the origins of the Wuhan coronavirus pandemic will ever be discovered – because they’ve now reviewed records showing that classified military research was indeed performed at the lab and that some records would be sealed by the Chinese government for up to 20 years.
Interesting timing, this piece. The house of cards built by Dr. Anthony Fauci and his COVID-19 zealots appears to be tumbling. Republicans on oversight committees are calling for further data and information connected to Fauci’s emails, and even President Joe Biden is asking for an investigation into COVID’s origins and the lab leak theory.
Now legacy media, including The Hill and the Wall Street Journal, are unearthing evidence that points to SARS CoV-2 or COVID-19 being the result of a lab leak, and not occurring in nature as previously surmised. Why, when even President Biden is on board with investigating the origins, does the Washington Post feel the need to throw cold water on causation ever being uncovered?
The writer of the WaPo article insists on painting the narrative that any tenacious effort on isolating the origins of COVID-19 is misguided, at best, and bound to fail, at worst.
Some of the reasons the piece outlined:
China didn’t have a high threshold on keeping the information classified anyway, and these protocols were set up long before the so-called leak.
The secrecy may help to explain why efforts to confirm or disprove the lab-leak theory of the pandemic’s origins have made little progress. President Biden has ordered U.S. intelligence agencies to “redouble their efforts” to determine the source of the virus — exactly the sort of operation the Wuhan lab prepared for more than a decade ago with the setting up of systems to handle confidential information.
Starting in 2014, China updated its State Secrets Law implementation regulations. The regulations provided guidance for those working with sensitive information and intelligence. Between March and October of that year, these regulations and protocols were refined and heightened with the new oversight and directives from
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