(NEW) Tucker Carlson: COVID LAB LEAK BOMBSHELL
- Wuhan scientists collaborated with the Chinese military in risky coronavirus experiments before the pandemic.
- Evidence suggests the lab leak theory, with the Covid-19 virus possibly escaping after an accident.
- Researchers experienced Covid-like symptoms in November 2019, supporting the theory of a lab leak.
- Chinese authorities’ lack of transparency and cover-up raise concerns about their involvement.
- The investigation reveals the risks and dual-use capabilities of gain-of-function experiments.
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In a recent report by The Telegraph, disturbing claims have emerged regarding the activities of scientists in Wuhan, China, prior to the Covid-19 pandemic. These allegations suggest that risky experiments involving the coronavirus were conducted by Chinese scientists in collaboration with the military, potentially leading to the creation of mutant viruses. The implications of these investigations are profound, shedding new light on the origins of the pandemic and raising concerns about the potential military applications of such experiments.
The Secret Project and Collaboration with the Chinese Military
According to a comprehensive investigation by The Sunday Times, Chinese scientists were involved in a classified project at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, working in conjunction with the country’s military. Intercepted communications and scientific research suggest that the institute was engaged in increasingly dangerous experiments on coronaviruses collected from bat caves in southern China. These findings challenge the initial belief that the outbreak was of natural origin, giving credence to the lab leak theory, which has gained support even from the FBI.
The Wuhan Institute of Virology ceased sharing its research findings publicly in 2016, coinciding with the discovery of a new type of coronavirus in a mineshaft in Mojiang, Yunnan province. Astonishingly, the fatalities associated with this new virus were not reported. It is speculated that military secrecy, driven by the pursuit of dual-use capabilities in virological biological weapons and vaccines, played a role in the cover-up. US investigators believe that the classified program aimed to make the mineshaft viruses more infectious to humans, potentially leading to the creation of the Covid-19 virus, which subsequently leaked from the lab due to an accident.
Suspicious Illnesses and Proximity to the Outbreak
Evidence gathered by investigators indicates that researchers involved in these experiments experienced Covid-like symptoms as early as November 2019, a month before the pandemic came to global attention. This discovery strengthens the theory that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was conducting advanced coronavirus research, making it highly plausible that the virus responsible for the global health crisis originated from this lab. Moreover, analysis reveals that the initial outbreak was geographically closer to the institute’s laboratory than to the previously suspected wildlife market.
The Chinese government has obstructed foreign experts seeking to investigate the pandemic’s origin, impeding efforts to definitively identify the source. However, evidence suggests that the Wuhan Institute of Virology was involved in Covid-19 vaccine research prior to the outbreak. Testimonies from contacts associated with the institute confirm that vaccine-related work was underway in the fall of 2019, further complicating the narrative surrounding the virus’s origins and raising concerns about the potential dual-use capabilities of these experiments.
The Cutting-Edge Experiments and the Risk of Bioweapons
Groundbreaking experiments conducted by virologist Ralph Baric at the University of North Carolina involved fusing different pathogens to develop a universal vaccine against Sars-type viruses. While these experiments aimed to advance scientific understanding, they raised significant ethical concerns due to their potential for enhancing virus potency and transmissibility. Baric himself acknowledged the sinister applications of this “gain of function” work, highlighting the risks of bioweapons targeted at humans, animals, or crops, which could have devastating consequences for human civilization.
As early as 2012, scientists and activists began raising concerns about the inherent risks associated with coronavirus research. Calls were made to halt experiments involving live Sars coronaviruses due to the high likelihood of accidental releases from laboratories. The need for caution became evident, as even a minor probability of escape could result in major outbreaks or a pandemic. Unfortunately, evidence suggests that experiments continued, indicating a potential prioritization of scientific progress over public safety.
By 2017, the Wuhan Institute of Virology had made significant strides in its research on Sars-like coronaviruses discovered in the Shitou cave. The institute created mutant viruses by combining these pathogens, raising alarm bells regarding the safety protocols implemented. Much of this research took place in biosafety level 2 (BSL-2) laboratories, which had lighter precautions compared to the stricter guidelines enforced in the United States. The disparity in safety measures is concerning, as it leaves room for potential accidents or breaches that could result in the release of dangerous pathogens (lab leak).
The Creation of a Mutant Virus and its Lethal Potential
During a particularly hazardous experiment, the Wuhan Institute fused lab-grown mutant viruses, known to infect human cells, to simulate the natural fusion that occurs in bat colonies. Injecting these mutant viruses into mice with human-like lungs yielded shocking results. One particular mutant, formed by combining WIV1 with SHC014, proved to be three times more lethal than the original WIV1 virus, resulting in a 75 percent mortality rate among the mice. This accidental creation of a highly infectious super-coronavirus, had it escaped the lab, could have had catastrophic consequences.
As the world gradually emerged from lockdowns, investigators from the US State Department gained access to secret intelligence regarding China’s activities leading up to the Covid-19 outbreak. Although much of the information remains classified, the investigators’ report revealed that experiments were conducted on the RaTG13 virus from the Moijang mine, and covert military research involving laboratory animal experiments was carried out at the Wuhan Institute of Virology prior to the pandemic. These findings shed further light on the clandestine activities and the lack of transparency that surrounded this research.
Investigators also discovered evidence suggesting that the Wuhan Institute was involved in “serial passaging” experiments, where lab animals were infected with viruses to observe the most harmful strains. The most virulent strain would then be selected for further experiments, accelerating the natural mutation process. Allegedly, serial passaging experiments were conducted on the RaTG13 virus, raising concerns about the potential consequences of hastened virus evolution. The lack of transparency and potential risks associated with this research are deeply troubling.
The Power Shift and Vaccine Development
Investigators suspect that the Chinese military took a keen interest in developing vaccines for these viruses, potentially with the intention of weaponizing them and altering the global power balance. Notably, military scientist Zhou Yusen, who collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, swiftly produced a patent for a Covid vaccine in February 2020, shortly after the pandemic was publicly acknowledged. The timing and circumstances surrounding this development raise questions, particularly since evidence suggests that Covid-19 vaccine-related work was already underway at the lab before the outbreak (lab leak). The untimely demise of Zhou, under suspicious circumstances, adds further intrigue to the situation.
As investigations continue, it becomes increasingly evident that the Wuhan Institute of Virology played a significant role in the creation, propagation, and subsequent cover-up of the Covid-19 pandemic. The allegations of risky experiments, collaboration with the military, and the potential weaponization of viruses raise grave concerns about the ethics and transparency surrounding such research. It is imperative that we demand greater accountability, international cooperation, and stringent safety protocols to prevent similar crises in the future