Former State Department Investigator Claims COVID Could Have Come From Chinese Bioweapon Research Accident

Something? Not something? It wouldn’t be the first time a virus was released unintentionally from the Wuhan facility. The whole “someone ate a bat or pangolin or something and created a whole new virus” was always a little sketchy, especially when it targeted the elderly and people with pre-existing conditions, but not the very young. And spread around the world very quickly. And one that has quickly created multiple variants in short order. The WHO and the China lovers keep searching for clues to avoid blaming China. Of course, in fairness, it could just be some bad circumstances. But

Former top State Dept investigator says COVID-19 outbreak may have resulted from bioweapons research accident

As top U.S. officials prepare to meet their Chinese counterparts for their first face-to-face meeting during the Biden administration, the State Department’s former lead investigator who oversaw the Task Force into the COVID-19 virus origin tells Fox News that he not only believes the virus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, but that it may have been the result of research that the Chinese military, or People’s Liberation Army, was doing on a bioweapon.

“The Wuhan Institute of Virology is not the National Institute of Health,” David Asher, now a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute told Fox News in an exclusive interview. “It was operating a secret, classified program. In my view, and I’m just one person, my view is it was a biological weapons program.”

Asher has long been a “follow the money” guy who has worked on some of the most classified intelligence investigations for the State Department and Treasury under both Democratic and Republican administrations. He led the team that uncovered the international nuclear procurement network run by the father of Pakistan’s nuclear program, AQ Khan, and uncovered key parts of North Korea’s secret uranium enrichment. He believes the Chinese Communist Party has been involved in a massive cover-up during the past 14 months.

“And if you believe, as I do, that this might have been a weapons vector gone awry, not deliberately released, but in development and then somehow leaked, this has turned out to be the greatest weapon in history,” Asher said during a panel discussion at the Hudson Institute: The Origins of the COVID-10: Policy Implications and Lessons for the Future. “You’ve taken out 15 to 20 percent of global GDP. You’ve killed millions of people. The Chinese population has been barely affected. Their economies roared back to being number one in the entire G20.”

There is that one thing, that, supposedly, Chinese were barely effected. Which could be mule fritters, China could be hiding the numbers. Or, did they have vaccines ready after a leak? Was it designed to not effect Chinese? COVID barely touched Vietnam, Cambodia, South Korea, Mongolia, and Taiwan, nations with people’s closest genetically to Chinese. Again, it could just be happenstance.

At first, China said the COVID19 virus originated in the Wuhan Seafood Market – but the problem with China’s theory: the first case had no connection to the market. Last fall the US obtained intelligence that indicates there was an outbreak among several Wuhan lab scientists with flu-like symptoms that left them hospitalized in November of 2019 – before China reported its first case. Asher and the other Hudson Institute panel experts said that in 2007, China announced it would begin work on genetic bioweapons using controversial “gain of function” research to make the viruses more lethal.

Realistically, we may never know. But, remember, sometimes the most simple explanation is the correct one.

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6 Responses to “Former State Department Investigator Claims COVID Could Have Come From Chinese Bioweapon Research Accident”

  1. bob sykes says:

    Covid is a pretty poor excuse for a bioweapon. After a full year, only 8.9% of the US population caught the disease, and only 0.16% of the US population died from it. The real damage is caused the the lockdowns.

    • Hairy says:

      Countries like Vietnam never felt it was fake news
      Masks and wuarsntines eefecmanfated early no one HSS died from covid in 3 months
      500000 in the USA died 2 or 3 times that will never fully recover

    • MrToad says:

      That’s what I was thinking too. If it did come from a lab, it seems more like a euthanasia type disease that targets the elderly and less healthy. That seems right up Communist China’s alley.

      I don’t think the Communist Chinese were anticipating that the US would shut down the entire country and make the Communist Chinese Flu a political issue but we did. And to Communist China’s benefit.

      I think that now, the political left has to come up with something better than “just kidding, we can re-open now”. If they don’t, they’ll enrage a whole bunch of people who are already mad over Fauci & Brix’s clearly false “two weeks to flatten the curve” garbage a year ago.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:

        The white supremacists are already enraged because their Great White Hope was trounced last November.

        Since President Biden was inaugurated, new Covid cases have dropped by two-thirds and 10s of millions of Americans have been vaccinated against the Trump Plague.

        Most new cases are nuCons who think the Trump Plague is a hoax. Karma.

  2. Hairy says:

    Especially since it targets people with preexisting conditions?
    Teach don’t most viruses do this ? Why would possibly think this woukd be different ?

  3. Elwood P. Dowd says:

    It is still unclear where the virus originated. If SARS-CoV-2 escaped from the Wuhan laboratories, it was unlikely to be part of a bioweapons research since there is no evidence of genetic manipulation of the virus.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-03-04/where-are-we-in-hunting-for-the-coronavirus-s-origin-quicktake

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