After adamantly denying any military involvement in the Wuhan lab incident where the pesky Coronavirus is claimed to have been unleashed, this wasn’t the case. As is their custom, the Chinese lied. The Commie regime said the military had no ties with the lab whatsoever, yet it’s been discovered that for over a decade, military leaders have been crowding the hallways of the Institute where it’s located. They’ve been working on a government-backed project.
Scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology worked side-by-side with members from the National Natural Science Foundation of China between 2012 and 2018 on a “hush-hush” project. The government sent in a team of five experts both military and civil in hopes their research would lead to “the discovery of animal pathogens [biological agents that causes disease] in wild animals.”
In addition to working with the lab at WIV, the team made their presence known at various tucked-away military labs, as well as storm-trooping into some privately held ones that had no other option than to participate, or else… The team finally struck pay dirt when things all came together in, you guessed it, Wuhan. Or ground zero, if you prefer.
The Wuhan lab is anything but a room full of disorderly arranged test tubes and bunsen burners. It’s light years beyond and has a P4 biosafety level rating, the highest possible. Because of this rating, it’s the safest place for the government to store its huge collection of bat viruses in its repository.
Since the Chinese pride themselves on having the largest collection of these types of germs in Asia, here’s an unlocked clue to what they did. They blamed COVID-19 on some poor guy chowing down on a bat at a wet market.
But get this. China’s own research team published an article in 2020 saying the novel coronavirus, sometimes called the China virus, is “96 percent identical at the whole-genome level to a bat coronavirus.” Read that again if you have to.
One of the key players in the discovery was Chinese virologist Shi Zhengli. Because of her hard work and dedication to the project, the Chinese Foreign Affairs Ministry has affectionately crowned her with the title of “Bat Woman.” She and the ministry have denied any military involvement.
Shi also claims that none of the researchers became infected. “There is ‘zero infection’ among staff or students with SARS-CoV-2 [2019 novel coronavirus] or SARS-related viruses.”
However, this has been proven to be untrue. The U.S. State Department did a little snooping of their own and found out otherwise. They reported that “several researchers inside the WIV became sick in autumn 2019, before the first identified case of the outbreak, with symptoms consistent with both COVID-19 and common seasonal illnesses.” How ’bout ‘them’ fried bats?
The State Department went on to report how “The WIV has engaged in classified research, including laboratory animal experiments, on behalf of the Chinese military since at least 2017.” This could be for no other purpose than to use as a biological weapon. It’s all the germs are good for.
Shi has tremendous incentive to lie, which she did at a webinar this past March by saying, “I don’t know of any military work at the WIV. That information is incorrect.” She stopped short of revealing how the Chinese military Medical team was using the same lab as her for developing vaccines for the very virus they initiated.
This would indicate a plot to infect their own citizens first, thereby covering up the virus’s intentional release, followed by quickly, and out of world view, vaccinating those who hadn’t already dropped dead. Their clever ploy would allow time for the virus to spread worldwide, and as far as anyone was aware, no antidote had as yet been developed. It doubled as a perfect method for population control. Win-win.
So the cat’s officially out of the to-go bag at a Chinese restaurant. They did it. It’s odd how the old guy the Chinese government said was gnawing on a bat rib has never had his name released. One would have thought their scientist would have ripped the poor guy’s body to shreds in the name of research.
They haven’t released it because there is no name and there never was. Since this go-’round didn’t quite go as planned, the Chinese government has undoubtedly sent their military experts back to the lab to work back on the next big event.
Now ya’ know.