A report published in one of the top medical journals, the Lancet, suggests that the COVID-19 virus may have actually come from a laboratory in the United States.
While the U.S. government has desperately tried to hide the fact that the virus originated from a lab in the first place, this new report could expose why they fought so hard to cover up the true origin.
The new paper suggests that Sars-Cov-2 could have leaked from a US lab as a result of either a natural spillover or a laboratory incident, contradicting Dr. Fauci’s opinion that the virus occurred naturally as a result of “wet markets” in China.
The report states that “independent researchers have not yet investigated” US labs, and that the National Institutes of Health has “resisted disclosing details” of its work.
Despite having spent two years gathering the evidence to stake the claim, economist professor Jeffrey Sachs, who authored the report, has been attacked for even daring to suggest this may have been the case.
The Lancet faced a similar amount of backlash for refusing to delete the piece as the cancel culture vultures threw a temper tantrum.
During a podcast hosted by Robert F Kennedy, Jr, Sachs said he was “pretty convinced” that COVID “came out of a US lab of biotechnology, not out of nature.” Earlier in the year Sachs made a similar comment while speaking at a conference in Madrid.
Despite the efforts to silence his research, Sachs told the Telegraph that he stands by his initial conclusions.
“Everybody has signed off on the final text. The question of a possible laboratory release mostly involves the question of US-China joint work that was underway on Sars-like viruses,” he said.
While there has been a plethora of evidence suggesting the virus did in fact leak from the Wuhan lab, China’s draconian response to the pandemic doesn’t entirely make sense when that’s considered.
A number of so-called “experts” have attacked Sachs and the Lancet for going against the herd by sharing this information.
“This may be one of the Lancet’s most shameful moments regarding its role as a steward and leader in communicating crucial findings about science and medicine,” Prof Angela Rasmussen, a virologist at the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization in Canada said.
Prof David Robertson, of the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Virus Research, added: “It’s really disappointing to see such a potentially influential report contributing to further misinformation on such an important topic.”
“It’s true we’ve details to understand on the side of natural origins, for example the exact intermediate species involved, but that doesn’t mean there’s… any basis to the wild speculation that US labs were involved,” he claimed.