China rewrites COVID history, purges 300 studies linking virus to Wuhan lab

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(Natural News) The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is on a purging spree trying to scrub all links between the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) and the Wuhan Institute of Virology laboratory where it originated from everywhere such evidence exists.

According to the latest reports, the CCP has already removed some 300 studies from the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), a database full of studies pertaining to infectious diseases. The WIV, it is important to note, regularly relied upon studies housed within the NSFC to conduct research about animal-to-human transfer of coronaviruses, including COVID-19.

As reported by The National Pulse, every study linked to Shi Zhengli has also been removed from the NSFC. Shi, as you may recall, was dubbed the “Batwoman” in reference to her many excursions to collect coronavirus samples from bat caves.

“The purge follows the Wuhan lab altering its database of viral pathogens in December 2019 as COVID-19 began to spread,” wrote Natalie Winters.

CCP’s scorched-earth tactics ensure all tracks are covered

What the CCP is doing is actively rewriting the history of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) to vindicate the communist Chinese regime of any wrongdoing. If successful, the world will quickly forget, as many already have, that the Chinese virus came from China.

“They do not want anyone to blame them for what they’ve done in causing the spread of the pandemic,” writes Chastity Mansfield for NoqReport. “More importantly, this tells us that there are things in the studies that could be used to either implicate them for carelessness or more egregious wrongdoing.”


A common CCP tactic is to flood the world with fake data and information to cover its tracks. Poisoning the narrative in this manner has repeatedly proven to be successful at thwarting public opinion so people believe the lie rather than the truth.

Even if there is just one data point in a single study that implicates the communist Chinese regime in wrongdoing, the dictatorship will purge hundreds of others just to be sure the incriminating evidence is destroyed.

“By deleting the one important study in a batch of 300, it makes it challenging, perhaps impossible, to isolate the data that points the finger at them,” Mansfield further explains about the tactic.

To the CCP, it’s all about saving face

The CCP is never wrong, if you listen to the regime’s propaganda. And most people are, seeing as how the CCP controls Western media, including social media. Virtually everything that the masses take in as “news” is first curated by the CCP to reinforce the regime’s narratives.

This is why independent news outlets are being targeted for removal from social media and even their own web hosts. Big Tech has become an extension of the communist Chinese propaganda machine, and anything that does not conform will be purged.

Keep in mind that communism, whether Chinese or some other “brand,” will destroy your life and even end it, if necessary, to maintain total control over people. This is what is right now manifesting before our very eyes in response to the Capitol “siege” and the subsequent punishing of all those deemed to have been “complicit” in the false flag incident.

“If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the past year, it’s that the Chinese Communist Party will do anything to save face, even if that means the death of a massive number of people,” NoqReport warns. “It’s a lesson we should have learned long ago.”

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