COMPELLING: Mark Levin interviews former NY Times science writer on the origins of COVID

Last night Mark Levin interviewed former New York Times writer Nicholas Wade, who has recently written extensively on the origins of COVID, and in the interview Wade explains the reasons why the Wuhan ‘lab leak’ theory must be looked into again:

You should really watch the full interview because it’s terrific, but I’ll cut to the chase for those of you who are short on time.

Fauci’s organization, NIAID, gave grant money to an intermediary, EcoHealth Alliance, for the purpose of testing and creating more coronaviruses. Wade indicated this is a legitimate role of the NIAID, especially after the previous SARS epidemic, and that Fauci had a duty to create more virulent coronaviruses in a lab so they could then determine what to do about them.

Peter Daszak, the president of Eco Health Alliance, then gave the money to the Wuhan virology lab, which we later found out was operating at a much lower degree of safety than what it necessary for this kind of work.

Finally, when the epidemic actually happened, Daszak penned a letter in the Lancet journal saying it could only have come directly from animals and not from a lab, and declaring that he had no conflict of interest on the matter. But he DID have a conflict of interest – a huge one in fact – because he would have been seen as at least partially at fault if the virus had come from the Wuhan lab. This conflict was not made known to the readers of the Lancet.

Thus it was Daszak’s opinion (and that of another mentioned in the video) which the media ran with, declaring everyone who favored the lab leak as conspiracy theorists.

I’ll note that neither Levin nor Wade came to any conclusion in this interview about the origins, but the case for investigating the ‘lab leak’ theory is extremely compelling and, if you ask me, will be the final conclusion once all of the facts are laid bare. It’s just common sense once you understand all of this.

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