Covid-19 Man-Made, Republicans Pissed Over The Level Of Democratic Corruption

Republicans respond to the report by the Energy Department Assessment that COVID ‘Likely’ leaked From Wuhan Laboratory. Republican senators replied to a news article stating that the U.S. Energy Department had assessed the lab leak idea as “probable” by asserting that the conclusion confirms what many have long thought.

According to a confidential intelligence analysis from the Energy Department, the virus presumably spilled from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the article containing the information was published by the Wall Street Journal on February 26. Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) tweeted on Sunday that the government has finally caught up with what Real America has known all along.

The comments were made as Republican legislators intensified their inquiries into the origins of COVID-19 and charges of government and tech industry suppression of the discussion.

According to the report, the Energy Department, which was previously ambivalent on the matter, has joined the FBI to support the lab leak theory. The Journal reports that many individuals who have reviewed the study have stated that the Department’s conclusion was reached with “poor confidence.”

On Sunday, Jake Sullivan, national security advisor for the White House, said on CNN  in response to the news that the intelligence community does not yet have a “definitive answer” on the topic.

With the outbreak of the pandemic in 2020, Republican MPs have been vociferous about the assumption that the virus spilled from the Wuhan laboratory. Several health experts and historical media sources first disregarded the hypothesis, dubbing its proponent’s racists and conspiracy theorists.

Some lawmakers also accused Anthony Fauci, former director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), of conspiring with large tech companies, such as Facebook and Twitter, to censor stories about the lab leak theory through what these companies describe as a “crackdown on misinformation.”

Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-Missouri) noted in another blog post that Fauci was aware of this immediately but disregarded it due to financing for the Wuhan lab. They were aware of the subsequent events; when Fauci spoke, Big Tech suppressed. Schmitt said that as attorney general, he revealed this conspiracy. Schmit added that he would endeavor to guarantee that this sort of suppression never occurs again.

Rep. Andy Biggs (R-Arizona) stated on Twitter on Sunday that many people understood this from Day One. Regrettably, they were suppressed by Big Tech and Big Government.

Republicans and Fauci opponents have voiced concerns about the NIAID’s support of the Wuhan Institute of Virology through the non-governmental group EcoHealth Alliance, including for gain-of-function research. The NIAID awarded EcoHealth around $3.4 million in funding.

Gain-of-function research makes the virus more lethal by increasing its pathogenicity, capacity to cause disease and injure the host, or its transmissibility and ease of spreading.

Fauci defended the choice to provide money to EcoHealth, but the NIH disputed the grants were for gain-of-function research. Evidence continues to accumulate that COVID originated in the Wuhan laboratory. Additionally, emails have been discovered indicating that Dr. Fauci was told that the virus appeared man-made and originated in a laboratory, but he may have concealed this information. “Why? We need answers and accountability,” the official House Oversight Committee Twitter account tweeted.

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