CORONAVIRUS

REVEALED: China STORED 2,000 Animal Viruses Close To Wuhan Wet Market 

CHINA stored 2,000 animal viruses including a bat virus at an unsecured lab three miles from Wuhan wet market, it has been claimed. 

The Washington Times revealed that the Chinese Communist Party discovered a whopping 2,000 new animal viruses and stored them. 

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The viruses included the deadly bat virus that is suspected to have started Coronavirus. 

The Chinese studied the viruses at an unsecured lab close to Wuhan – that saw 40,000 deaths from COVID-19, but the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) claimed just over 3,000 had died. 

The discovery has lead to questions that the deadly coronavirus escaped from the lab to the wet market where dead dogs, cats, scorpions and bats are sold in the open. 

A Republican politician from Texas told The Washington Times “This is one of the worst cover-ups in human history, and now the world is facing a global pandemic,” 

He also said China should be held accountable for its actions – that have lead to a global pandemic. 

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TWO scientists have claimed that Covid-19 is like a Nazi bioweapon which either escaped or was deliberately released from the Wuhan BSL4 laboratory.

Dr Paul Cottrell from Harvard University and Francis Boyle Professor of International Law at the University of Illinois agree that the structure of the virus cannot have happened zoonotically.

“If you add it all up the probability it is like .0001% chance that all of these things could have been zoonotic. You can see the big ‘copy and paste.”
stated Dr Cottrell.

“You don’t even have to have a molecular biology degree you just see the genomes and you can see the copy and paste.”

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