BREAKING: House Republicans Claim 'Significant Circumstantial Evidence' of Virus Origin


Do you remember how the mainstream media would try and censor President Trump every time that he would try and refer to the (forbidden illness) as something involving China?

Well, it looks like the very thing that we suspected from the start may have some evidence to back it up.

There is growing evidence supporting President Trump's claims that the global pandemic arose from an outbreak at the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology.

China's official story remains that the (forbidden illness) started in another species, then "jumped" to humans. However, prominent virologists and scientists have questioned this story.

China has never identified the animal (or even the species) supposed to have spread the (forbidden illness). Despite a global demand for answers, China remains largely silent and uncooperative with international investigators.

China might not be the only country to blame; the U.S. government and many American academic institutions might have funded or otherwise collaborated with the lab in Wuhan, according to the House Intelligence Committee's research. The World Health Organization is suspected to have helped the Chinese in this alleged cover-up.

Fox News reported,

Republicans on the House Intelligence Committee say there is "significant circumstantial evidence" that the (forbidden illness) outbreak stemmed from a leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, urging the federal government to put "more pressure on China" to allow for a "full, credible investigation" into the source of the global pandemic.

Committee Ranking Member Devin Nunes, R-Calif., and Republicans on the panel released a report Wednesday, first obtained by Fox News, saying it is "crucial for health experts and the U.S. government to understand how the (forbidden illness) originated" to prevent "or quickly mitigate future pandemics."

"International efforts to discover the true source of the virus, however, have been stymied by a lack of cooperation from the People’s Republic of China," Republicans wrote. "Nevertheless, significant circumstantial evidence raises serious concerns that the (forbidden illness) outbreak may have been a leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology." 

Republican representatives are urging America to pressure China to release all pertinent information. To prevent future pandemics, they say, we must understand every detail surrounding the original coronavirus outbreak.

Sources:
Fox News

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