Former President Donald Trump and other prominent conservatives were roundly ridiculed in the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic by suggesting that the virus originated at a state-run laboratory in Wuhan, China.
As it turns out, however, recently unveiled evidence indicates they might have been on to something.
“I don’t think we will ever know”
British intelligence operatives are now reporting that their re-assessment of the situation reveals the Wuhan lab leak theory is “feasible.”
The Sunday Times of London included a bombshell revelation from U.K. intelligence sources in its weekend update, which came as a mounting body of evidence points to the Wuhan Institute of Virology as a possible source of the outbreak.
“There might be pockets of evidence that take us one way, and evidence that takes us another way,” one British spy revealed. “The Chinese will lie either way. I don’t think we will ever know.”
For its part, China’s communist regime has taken extensive measures to remain tight-lipped about its possible involvement in COVID-19’s origin.
The New York Post indicated that China is unhappy with the recent interest U.S. officials have taken in the issue with some members of the state-run media threatening that America could meet its Waterloo moment as a result.
New evidence reignites debate
U.K. intelligence sources made their revelations after many in the mainstream media wrote off Trump and others in the GOP as conspiracy theorists for expressing skepticism.
The World Health Organization published a report along with China that contained four hypotheses regarding the origins of the pandemic virus. Not only what the lab theory deemed “extremely unlikely,” the conclusion asserted that bat-to-human transmission was likely to blame.
Both U.S. and British officials have recently demanded that the WHO take a new look at the situation as new evidence begins to shift the overarching narrative.
For example, the Wall Street Journal recently published an alarming report about a number of researchers at the Wuhan lab who fell ill as far back as November 2019 with symptoms linked to a COVID-19 infection.
In a recent Fox News Channel interview, former Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb asserted that China is known for accidental lab leaks, pointing to at least six SARS-type viruses that have reportedly escaped under such a scenario.