‘Even the World Health Organization knew it was serving up a steaming pile of bat guano in March when it released that “investigation” into the origins of Sars-Cov-2.
Remember the report? The one that was such a whitewash that it actually backfired? The one that said it was MORE LIKELY that the bat coronavirus had somehow appeared in China through “frozen food” than that it had leaked from the giant Chinese lab studying bat coronaviruses in Wuhan?
Think I’m lying?
Here’s what it said:
“The potential for SARS-CoV-2 introduction via cold/ food chain products [was] considered possible…
A laboratory origin of the pandemic was considered to be extremely unlikely.”
Anyway, I jes’ noticed something funny about the report. Right there on the cover page. Seems the WHO didn’t want all the credit:
But hey, you can trust China. It has no reason to lie about its potential role in the deadliest epidemic in a century!
Maybe I’m wrong, but I’m thinking this was the WHO’s way of saying, don’t believe a word of this crap. As we’ve seen before, the truth sometimes leaks out around the edges in Geneva.’https://alexberenson.substack.com/p/fun-fact