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US Probe Finds 'Circumstantial Evidence' That Virus Did In Fact Start in Chinese Lab

The investigation into the origins of the Coronavirus has found "circumstantial evidence" that a Wuhan, China, laboratory released COVID-19 on the world.

The U.S. probe said that China's explanations for the origins of the deadly virus are not as credible as the evidence which points towards the lab being the original source.

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"There is circumstantial evidence to suggest such may be the case," the still-evolving report compiled from "open sources" states, per the report. "All other possible places of the virus' origin have been proven to be highly unlikely."
The document does not yet have more concrete, definitive evidence with which to officially blame the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) or the Wuhan branch of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, but President Donald Trump promised in Monday's coronavirus task force briefing at the White House that the findings would be coming out soon.
The circumstantial evidence in the analysis points to WIV bat coronavirus researcher Shi Zhengli, and Dr. Wu Xiaohua's online campaign exposing COVID-19 is among the 50 in Shi's database.
Dr. Wu's website claimed Shi used lab animals in testing, one of which might have been point of origin for the global pandemic. Also, per the report, Dr. Wu report WIV animals have been sold as pets – potentially carrying the virus – and dead lab animals "were not properly disposed of, and lab workers were known to boil and eat laboratory-used eggs," according to the Times.

Since the outbreak began, China has tried convincing everybody that the virus began in a wet market in Wuhan. They claim that the virus jumped from an infected bat to another animal and then eventually to human beings. But the wet market in Wuhan actually does not sell the bats that carried coronavirus. Those were sold 100 miles away.

The initial findings of the investigation are now saying that the first human believed to contract the virus did not get it from the market. Her name is Huang Yanling, and she has mysteriously disappeared. She worked for the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), but she is the only employee who has had all her information scrubbed from WIV's website.

U.S. officials conducting the investigation added, "The most logical place to investigate the virus origin has been completely sealed off from outside inquiry by the CCP [Chinese Communist Party]."

China's actions throughout the entire course of this pandemic have been a disgrace. Yet Democrats are still trying to defend them.

Rest assured, once the investigation is finalized President Trump will make sure they are held accountable for their actions.


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