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WATCH: Ex-CDC Director On Wuhan Virus: “It Was Educated On How To Infect Human Tissue”


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There is about a 99.987% chance that Covid-19 originated inside of a laboratory in Wuhan.

All of us have been saying this since day 1, and almost everyone except for the most brainwashed leftist religionist now concurs: it did not come from natural processes.

Everyone except for those sick souls and the architect of the ‘pandemic’—Anthony Fauci.

Fauci is obviously trying to protect his miserable hide, but come on, at this point, his rhetoric is just further eroding public trust in the institutions…

Will people ever trust the CDC or public health ‘experts’ ever again? Because from where I’m standing at least 50% of the country doesn’t—and that’s my low estimate.

Even former CDC director, Robert Redfield, has come out to denounce the idea that this virus was a natural occurrence, in Redfield’s own words: “it was educated on how to infect human tissue”.

Redfield, who also cannot escape criticism, recently fired back at Fauci for his continued insistence that this virus was natural:

Redfield sat down with Fox News and told the network:

He compared COVID to previous coronaviruses that became epidemics, like the Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) from a decade or so ago, noting neither contagion truly “learned” to transmit human-to-human in the same way.

“So it’s really exceptional that this virus is one of the most infectious viruses for man. And I still argue that’s because it was educated how to infect human tissue,” Redfield said.

 

According to The Epoch Times:

The same Wuhan laboratory, he added, was the subject of a 2014 report amid claims that researchers performed research on bat-borne viruses that could impact humans.



 

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