The National Pulse:
A signatory of the controversial Lancet journal letter – which prematurely dismissed the theory that COVID-19 traced its origins to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – was privately telling colleagues that it was impossible to “definitively state that the virus could not possibly have come from that lab,” internal emails have revealed.
The news confirms that while the general public were being told to believe something under penalty of censorship, those demanding such beliefs were, in fact, not convinced of their own claims.
The February 2020 Lancet statement – which concluded that COVID-19 occurred naturally, in animals – was leveraged by politicians, scientists, and the corporate media to silence further discussion over the origins of the virus, and the now infamous Wuhan laboratory in China.
Mounting evidence and accounts from intelligence officials across the world suggest the virus actually traces its origins to the Chinese Communist Party-run lab.
Charles Calisher – professor of microbiology at Colorado State University and the top of nearly 30 individuals who signed the Lancet letter – emailed several others scientists on April 19th, 2020, just weeks after the statement’s publication.
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