I don’t know how much more obvious it can get.
This was more likely than not a lab leak, and the only question left now is to ask, was it intentional?
Video provided by SkyNews shows researchers inside the Wuhan lab handling bats, and it really sheds light on earlier lies that were told by Chinese authorities and the mainstream media.
I wonder how long it will be before the first domino falls on the Wuhan lab leak scandal.
Take a look through these reports, I think you’ll find them revealing to say the least:
Fox News gave us a glimpse into the blistering report:
A Sky News Australia reporter joined “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Monday to share newly released video which appears to show the Wuhan Institute of Virology experimenting on bats and “humanized mice” with viruses, as well as tape of researchers going out into the field to capture bats.
The video comes after more than a year of claims from the scientific community that allegations the Chinese lab was conducting research that led to the coronavirus pandemic, was a “conspiracy theory.”
Host Tucker Carlson noted, there is now a growing list of supposed “conspiracy theories” that are instead being potentially proven true as new evidence emerges.
Carlson pointed to British-born zoologist Peter Daszak, whose New York non-profit “EcoHealth Alliance” reportedly funded gain-of-function research on coronaviruses in Wuhan, China.
‼️Archives Reveal Wuhan Lab 'Captured Bats From The Wild' For Lab Experiments, Filed Patents For Bat Cages Despite Denials. https://t.co/spTpOuZEA0
— 🗽American🇺🇸Made🇺🇸Man🚶♂️ (@Robert4LMAD) June 15, 2021
Jon Stewart stuns liberals: Crushes media's denials of Wuhan Lab theory on late night television in hilarious fashion. Watch:🔻 pic.twitter.com/LIEe1wsIGX
— Becker News (@NewsBecker) June 15, 2021
The New York Post reported earlier that scientists at the lab were bitten by bats:
As one scientist was shown handling samples with bare hands, the narrator noted how the risk of injury “still exists,” and that team members got a rabies vaccine before each field sampling, the Taiwan report said.
However, the lab’s now-notorious “bat woman” leader, Shi Zhengli, dismissed the fears in a since-deleted article, claiming that “this job is not as dangerous as everyone thinks,” Taiwan News noted.
“The odds of directly infecting humans is very small,” she reportedly wrote before her lab become the focus of worldwide attention because of the coronavirus pandemic that as of Thursday has killed more than 3.5 million people worldwide.
“In most cases, only ordinary protection will be utilized,” she admitted at the time of their risky research, the outlet said.
The video was aired by Chinese TV to showcase the lab’s work as well as celebrate its “bat woman” director, Taiwan News has said.