(READ) Classified docs from State Dept. give more credence to Covid-19 Chinese lab leak

The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic recently reviewed classified State Department documents that credibly suggest Covid-19 originated from a lab related accident in Wuhan, China.

Many experts said this was the case from the start of the pandemic but were censored by the US government, media, and social media.

The lab and research at issue, controversial “gain of function” studies to develop new vaccines, were funded with US taxpayer money via Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

The documents also strongly convey that the Chinese Communist Party attempted to cover-up the lab leak and that the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) maintains a relationship with the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA), according to the members of Congress.

Of course this is no surprise since it has long been known that all research in China is looked at with a civilian and a separate military purpose in mind.

Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) is requesting the State Department rapidly declassify this information and share it with the American people.

These documents were previously released in an unclassified and highly redacted Freedom of Information Act production, first obtained and reported on by US Right to Know — a nonprofit working to expose government failures that threaten public health.

The redacted documents showed what the members of Congress call numerous, highly suggestive subject lines including: “Initial Outbreak Could Have Been Contained in China if Beijing Had Not Covered it Up” “Xi Lied to Obfuscate His Role in the Cover-Up” “PLA Contractor Involved in the Construction of the Wuhan Institute of Virology” “PLA Presence at WIV Continued After Construction Completed” “Official Chinese Websites Show Robust Cooperation between WIV and PLA” “Cyber Evidence of PLA Shadow Labs at WIV and Bioengineering University.” 

It isn’t clear what the documents contain. They could be referring to news reports that the State Dept. found worrisome since it might expose the alleged US role in the pandemic.

“We write to you today to request that you immediately take steps to declassify this information such that the American people have a more complete picture of the government’s evidence regarding the origin of the Covid-19 pandemic.” 

Rep. Brad Wenstrup, (R-Ohio)

View the highly-redacted State Department documents here and here

Read Chairman Wenstrup’s letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken here.

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3 thoughts on “(READ) Classified docs from State Dept. give more credence to Covid-19 Chinese lab leak”

  1. Richard Sinnott

    I don’t doubt that GOF work was done at Wuhan Lab, but if the release had been accidental, how could Event 201 be held at Johns Hopkins with such timing?

    It wasn’t accidental, it was deliberate. Plandemic all the way.

  2. At the earliest onset of COVID the containment was bungled. I still want to know what CCP President Xi meant when he referred to the “Two Army Officers” when he was asked about it.

  3. Is this really big news, or just another source that verifies something that does not need more verification.
    There is sufficient data to do something, but all we see is pseudo ‘legislative action’ to prevent this from occurring in the future. (Not that our representatives give a sh…).

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