The CCP is clearly engaged in a massive whitewashing campaign that aims to conceal the fact that the WIV had been studying animal-to-human transmission of bat coronaviruses prior to the global pandemic. Those with the pull to do so have also been altering databases, destroying virus samples, and spreading lies and propaganda to try to keep the whole thing under wraps.
According to the New York Post's Miranda Devine, citing an intelligence analyst from the United Kingdom (UK) who supposedly discovered this via open-source methods, those at the top of the food chain at the WIV have been working overtime under the cover of darkness to distance the research facility as far away as possible from the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19), even though the cat is already out of the bag.
"Days before the Wuhan wet market was bleached, whistleblowers were punished and virus samples were destroyed, someone at the high-security Wuhan Institute of Virology censored its virus database in an apparent attempt to disassociate the laboratory from a novel coronavirus outbreak that would become a global pandemic," she writes.
These alterations reportedly occurred just two days before a gene sequencing lab is said to have been ordered by the Health and Medical Commission of the Hubei Province, where Wuhan is located, to destroy samples of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and withhold all information about it from the public.
These alterations were "substantial," news reports claim, and they occurred one day before the CCP notified the World Health Organization (WHO) about an outbreak involving a cluster of pneumonia cases in Wuhan. And none other than Shi Zhengli, the "batwoman" who was directly involved in these experiments, has been identified as the primary contact for this now-altered database.
Zhengli, it turns out, had been working on so-called "chimeric" coronaviruses that are capable of infecting animals as well as humans. She was supposedly attending a conference in Shanghai when she was summoned back to Wuhan to deal with the pneumonia outbreak, and apparently also to scrub the facility's database of all evidence linking it to the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
"Most of the changes were to delete the keywords 'wildlife' or 'wild animals,'" Devine explains in her report. "This is significant because global health researchers say the virus jumped from bats to humans via another wild animal – the crucial 'missing link' in the COVID-19 transmission chain."
Prior to this, Zhengli had actually bragged about how her database was "unique" because it contained data on virus variants found in other wild animals. And it would appear that this is the reason why her database had to be scrubbed, and evidence destroyed, because it implicates the WIV in unleashing the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) upon the world.
"It looks like a rushed, inconsistent effort to disassociate the project from the outbreak by rebranding it," the UK intelligence source who spoke to Devine is quoted as saying. "It's a strange thing to do within hours of being informed of a novel coronavirus outbreak."
"If the WIV had found the missing link between bat virus RaTG13 and SARS-CoV-2 [the coronavirus that causes COVID-19] from an animal vector, it would have been in Shi's database," this same source added.
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