The COVID origin drama continues to unfold, as W.H.O. struggles to get their story straight. It seems like the United States had it right, when the State Department revealed, months ago, that the virus was being studied in a Wuhan lab. Thanks to low safety standards, it was released to the public, sparking the global pandemic.

But in recent days, the World Health Organization, apparently at the behest of China, conducted an investigation into where the virus came from. They quickly drew the conclusion that the virus did not come from the Wuhan lab. So, we can all just pack up and go home. Nothing to see. And there’s certainly no reason to hold China accountable for a virus that nearly destroyed society.

Now, a W.H.O. official is casting serious doubts on that claim, when he admitted there is no evidence the virus came from the wild.

World Health Organization adviser Jamie Metzl stated that while it is possible that the coronavirus outbreak started in the wild and then jumped to humans, there is no evidence to prove this so far.

Metzl said the W.H.O.’s report “is entirely inadequate. They’ve done a thorough job of investigating the first hypothesis that you mentioned, that it jumped from bats to other animals to humans, and that’s possible. But they’ve entirely discounted, without any significant inquiry, the very likely possibility that COVID-19 began from an accidental lab leak.” [Source: Breitbart]

How interesting. Metzl says that W.H.O. did a “thorough job” trying to prove their theory that the virus randomly jumped from bats to other animals to humans, possibly at the wet markets. But there is yet no evidence of that. And he throws the group under the bus for “entirely discounting” the possibility that COVID came from the Wuhan lab.

That’s pretty suspicious, if you ask me. Why isn’t W.H.O. looking into all possibilities objectively, as good researchers should?

Pressuring might be growing, because now, the head of the organization is casting doubts on China’s narrative.

On the same day the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) finally released its report into the origins of coronavirus and posited the theory China may not be responsible, the organization’s chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus revived a claim it could have leaked from a lab in Wuhan as all options remain open…

“In my discussions with the team, they expressed the difficulties they encountered in accessing raw data,” Tedros said, while calling for “timely and comprehensive data sharing” in future investigations.

Tedros also said although the experts concluded the laboratory leak was the “least likely” hypotheses, this theory needed to be probed further. [Source: Breitbart]

We all know why W.H.O. originally claimed the lab leak was the “least likely” hypothesis, even though they didn’t even bother to investigate it. It’s because they were bowing to the demands of China, who desperately want to shift blame for this pandemic.

If the virus really did leak from a lab, then China is 100% responsible for the global pandemic. They could be held responsible by the international community for all the pain and hardship we’ve gone through. It would mean China was reckless, dishonest, and cruel—for running a slipshod lab and then trying to cover up the outbreak for months.

Now word is coming out that the E.U. is joining the United States to call for a new probe into the origins of the virus. Pressuring is only growing for the truth to come out. China might not be able to hide it for much longer.

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