Chinese virologist says CCP released COVID-19 intentionally on the world

A Chinese virologist who fled the CCP in April 2020 said Monday that not only did COVID-19 come from a Chinese lab in Wuhan, but China released the virus on the world intentionally.

Dr. Li Meng Yan said that the admission that the virus leaked from a Chinese lab is only the first step to recognizing the truth about how the pandemic happened.

“Maybe for people who don’t have this kind of biosafety lab 3 or 4 experience on coronavirus, maybe it’s easy for them to accept the accident lab leak. However, I’m a scientist, working in [a]¬†research lab using coronavirus. And I can tell you, based on the print protocol and also the other surveillance system, it would be impossible for the lab leak [to] accidentally happen in such [a] lab and cause the Wuhan outbreak and also the pandemic,” Yan said.

Yan was one of the first to report instances of human-to-human transmission of the COVID-19 virus in China in January 2020 to authorities there, but was quickly silenced because at the time China was claiming that the virus did not spread from human to human.

First step

She suggested as far back as September 2020 that China released the virus intentionally, and told Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that she still believes the release was intentional.

“So definitely now we just reached the first step. It was from China’s lab, and we need to pursue the truth of origin, and we need to keep going on,” Yan said.

Yan doesn’t think the government intentionally caused the Wuhan outbreak, which saw residents being boarded into their houses and crematories working around the clock, according to surveillance in the area.

I don’t think the outbreak in Wuhan was intentional. I would say it was because [the] CCP government and the military scientists underestimated the transmissibility,” she added. “That’s why finally it got out of control and the cost [was] a local outbreak. However, we should know that [the] CCP government intentionally let it go all over the world to kill millions of people all over the world later.”

Was China trying to destroy the West?

Yan’s comments dovetail with suspicions by some on the right like Carlson that China released COVID-19 as a biological weapon against Western economies to try to destroy them and elevate its own economy.

While the U.S. economy did weaken temporarily, China seemed to also underestimate both the strength of the economy before COVID-19 and the global nature of economics.

Most of the impacts of COVID-19 on the economy have been global, and have impacted China just as much as the West.

If China gets away with having brought about a pandemic without having any consequences for it, COVID-19 could be just a test run for future attacks of a similar nature, or worse.

COVID-19 has killed almost 7 million people around the world, according to estimates. China needs to be held accountable for these deaths and to make restitution of some kind.

If that doesn’t happen, we can expect a lot more of the same.

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