posted on May, 20 2021 @ 12:11 PM
a reply to: Lucidparadox
I don't think that anything that comes out of China, be it statements from officials or stats release concerning their response and the status of
COVID in their country, can be trusted. So, saying that "China performed better in response" is very loosely based on reality since we can't confirm
that reality to be true.
Also, there's this reality: After 17 months of testing animals, there is zero evidence supporting hte theory that COVID-19 was a natural mutation that
let it jump from bats to humans, and conveniently, the Wuhan lab not only closed its database because of thousands of attempts to hack its system, but
the lab director for the section of the Wuhan lab said that requests for making Wuhan's database acceptable to investigators is "definitely not
So, while there is a lack of evidence so far proving that the Wuhan lab leaked the virus (intentionally or otherwise), there is also the same lack of
evidence so far proving that the claims that it was a natural progression from bats to humans is a viable theory as well, and at least the latter of
the two has had a chance to have a thorough investigation. And there have been worse things done intentionally by countries with questionable ethics
in their governments than covering up the leak of a virus that has killed millions of people, so the idea that this politician couldn't have been
using double-talk or being direct about a "biological war" isn't implausible.
To the bat cave:
In search of COVID's origins, scientists reignite polarizing debate on Wuhan 'lab leak'
edit on 20-5-2021 by SlapMonkey because: forgot
the link to the story that cites my information