FBI director Christopher A. Wray said Tuesday that covid-19 “most likely” originated from a lab incident in Wuhan, China, his first public comments on the agency’s position on the origins of the coronavirus. They come as Republican leaders have reignited probes into the possible source of the pandemic, with GOP House leaders holding a roundtable Tuesday to review the government’s response and scheduling a hearing for next week to delve into the virus’s origins.
“The FBI has for quite some time now assessed that the origins of the pandemic are most likely a potential lab incident in Wuhan,” Wray said Tuesday in an interview with Fox News. “The Chinese government, seems to me, has been doing its best to try and thwart and obfuscate the work here, the work that we’re doing, and that’s unfortunate for everybody.”
Wray’s statement follows a Department of Energy analysis for a new government-wide intelligence assessment, first reported by the Wall Street Journal, that a lab accident in Wuhan was most likely responsible for the deadly pandemic.
Evidence points to poorly equipped lab in Wuhan as real source of coronavirusHeadline from April 2020 – news.com.au
The U.S. Energy Department recently concluded that the COVID-19 pandemic most likely arose from a laboratory leak in China. This represents a shift in position for the Energy Department which had previously stated that it was undecided about the origin of the pandemic – making it the second major U.S. department, after the FBI, to conclude that the virus originated in a Chinese lab. This is a critical catalyst that requires both a retrospective admission from key U.S. officials and prospective actions against China by the U.S. president.
If you want to come to your own conclusion as to the source, read the below article that reveals Tony Fauci’s communications and emails in 2020. He knew what happened and paid off the scientists that would have exposed his secret.