The WHO team supposedly investigating the origins of Covid-19 folded up faster than a cheap card table and headed home. As expected, they “downplayed the possibility that the virus leaked from a lab.” They blame the spread on animals.
WHO wants more time
The World Health Organization team had a nice 12-day vacation sightseeing in China. The last thing they wanted to see was evidence that Covid-19 leaked from a Wuhan lab, so they didn’t. They don’t recommend the bat soup though.
They had a look around a few hospitals and poked their noses into the labs their “translators” let them into so they could conclude with a clear conscience that it’s not likely that the virus leaked from a lab. WHO is of the opinion that more probably, it “spread from an animal to humans.” At least that’s what food safety and animal diseases expert Peter Ben Embarek claimed on Tuesday.
Both the health experts and China have “faced strong criticism from around the world” over the way they dragged their feet in the beginning. Then on top of that, China “blocked WHO investigators from entering Wuhan for months.”
They didn’t get into the area until mid-January. They blame it on the bats. They aren’t real sure though so they want more time to ponder it. A lot more time. Enough until everyone forgets what it is that they’re doing.
According to Embarek, “our initial findings suggest that the introduction through an intermediary host species is the most likely pathway and one that will require more studies and more specific, targeted research.” Expect it to take years. For now though, the WHO says you can forget about all those bio-warfare tinfoil hat conspiracy theories.
No, it wasn’t custom built on orders of George Soros who didn’t manage the program through Harvard University while Jeffrey Epstein wasn’t busily entertaining more Harvard scientists. The findings suggest “that the laboratory incidents hypothesis is extremely unlikely to explain the introduction of the virus to the human population.”
Just forget about lab leaks
Embarek advises activists in the new post-constitutional America just to forget all about their crazy ideas and have a sip of the Kool-Aid.
“Therefore it is not a hypothesis that we advise to suggest future studies into the understanding of the origin of the virus.” The WHO animal expert got picked to give the group’s assessment at the end of their visit.
The world class Wuhan Institute of Virology was kind enough to collect “extensive virus samples,” the WHO explains. They can understand how that started “allegations that it may have caused the original outbreak by leaking the virus into the surrounding community.”
China does not want to hear things like that spoken out loud. They “strongly rejected that possibility,” and have been working overtime to advance “other theories that the virus may have originated elsewhere.”
After the whole WHO group of experts from 10 countries got done with their deep dive, they are certain it started in bats, then went through another animal, like a “pangolin or bamboo rat, which is considered an exotic delicacy by some.”
From there it made it’s way into humans. One other possibility that they came up with is that it has something to do with the frozen food trade.