Former President Donald Trump and former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo reaffirmed that they believe COVID-19 originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the former Director of National Intelligence said the time is right for declassifying more evidence.
A classified report by U.S. intelligence agencies allegedly yielded ‘inconclusive’ results about COVID’s origins after Communist China refused cooperation.
Former CDC Director Robert Redfield said we must investigate the virus’s origins because “it affects how we approach the problem.”
“My informed opinion is that the lab leak theory isn’t just a ‘possibility,'” Ratcliffe said. “More like a probability, if not very close to a certainty.”
A bill that would have declassified intelligence pertaining to the origins of the COVID-19 virus was shot down by House Democrats Wednesday.
Fauci knew COVID-19 likely came from the Wuhan lab. He knew the virus “looked engineered.” And he knew all this on February 1, 2020.
“The American people can’t count on the Administration or Democrats…to take meaningful action to find the truth and demand justice,” McCarthy wrote.
The right shouldn’t be taking a victory lap. They should be asking why media and Big Tech were allowed to smear everyone who believed in the possibility of a lab leak as crazy conspiracy theorists.
HHS announced Tuesday the agency’s inspector general would be investigating the NIH grant program over its funding of the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
‘There’s a novel respiratory coronavirus overtaking Wuhan, China. What do we do? Oh, you know who we could ask? The Wuhan novel respiratory coronavirus lab,’ Jon Stewart joked.
After more than 3,200 pages of his emails were made public, Dr. Fauci owes the American people real answers from a real interviewer.
The question Americans should ask is not just what else may emerge from this cover-up, but what are we prepared to do about what we now know.
Sen. Josh Hawley blasted Fauci on Friday, calling for his resignation and a complete congressional investigation into the origin of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The treasure trove of Anthony Fauci’s emails this week peels back the curtain on a government bureaucrat operating as a government bureaucrat. The truth isn’t pretty.
Dr. Anthony Fauci knew about U.S. funding for the gain of function research occurring at the Wuhan lab in China but downplayed its role in the COVID-19 pandemic, new emails show.
The highest-paid federal employee, best known for COVID flip-flops and fudging the numbers, is now going to pontificate about truth and service in an autobiography where he’s the hero? What a joke.
After 15-months, The Washington Post stealth edited a headline claiming Sen. Tom Cotton’s “conspiracy theory” on the origins of COVID-19 was “debunked.”
Gov. Ron DeSantis continued his proactive approach with a new law this week aimed at safeguarding residents from big tech speech controls.
Fauci wrote in 2012 that gain-of-function research was worth its risk of a pandemic — just before the NIH circumvented a U.S. ban to fund the Wuhan lab.
When Kennedy asked whether it’s possible that the lab lied, or failed to report such research, Fauci conceded that ‘it’s impossible to guarantee.’
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