A new classified report by the U.S. Department of Energy concluded a lab leak in China most likely caused the COVID-19 pandemic, although U.S. “spy agencies,” usually found at the center of the greatest cover-ups, are divided over the issue.
This sudden epiphany is a shift from the department’s earlier position that it was “undecided” on how the virus emerged. It comes more than three years after numerous scientists and physicians were booted from social media channels by Big Tech companies for claiming SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, may have escaped from a lab.
The classified report reiterates “the consensus” of supposed experts is that COVID-19 was “not the result of a Chinese bioweapon,” a U.S. official said. In its assessment, the Energy Department described the “likely” laboratory leak as an “accident.” The Chinese, with our financial assistance, were simply making destructive viruses more virulent for fun.
According to sources, lawmakers on the intelligence committees were briefed last month by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence about the classified report. While the department shared the information with other agencies, none changed their position. This is not surprising considering they have not changed their positions on forced vaccinations, natural immunity, face masks, or lockdowns either.
Officials did not disclose the source of the intelligence, but the Energy Department’s new insights supposedly did not come from Dr. Anthony Fauci’s internal emails, which clearly show his efforts to reframe the narrative so it wouldn’t look like Sars-CoV-2 escaped from a lab he played a role in funding.
Intelligence officials believe that understanding the pandemic’s beginning may be necessary to “improving global response to future health crises,” while scientists say there is a “responsibility to explain how a pandemic has killed almost seven million people started” and what poses the most significant “threats to future outbreaks.”
The American people want answers to the pandemic’s origins so that those responsible can be held accountable—not only for the virus that killed millions of people but for the response (censorship, suppression of treatments, forced vaccines, lockdowns, and mandates) that likely killed more.
A spokesperson for the Energy Department said in a statement the agency “continues to support the thorough, careful, and objective work of our intelligence professionals in investigating the origins of COVID-19, as the President directed.”
When asked on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” what the consequences should be if it’s confirmed the Chinese government covered up a lab leak, Sen. Dan Sullivan, R-Alaska, said lawmakers must first “have public hearings on this and really dig into it.”
“Think about what just happened over the last three years, one of the biggest pandemics in a century,” Sullivan said. “A lot of evidence that it’s coming from the Chinese.”
Although China may be to blame for the lab leak, it was the U.S. media who gaslit experts who said the virus escaped from a lab, American Big Tech companies who censored scientists online and deleted their YouTube Channels, and U.S. regulatory agencies and officials (like Dr. Fauci) who intentionally conspired to suppress the origins of COVID-19.
According to NBC News, House Republicans have started their investigations into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and are “reviewing the classified information provided,” a spokesperson said.
In an apparent effort to downplay the report, White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan said, “there is not a definitive answer from the intelligence community” about how COVID-19 originated.
“There is a variety of views in the intelligence community. Some elements of the intelligence community have reached conclusions on one side, some on the other. A number of them have said they just don’t have enough information to be sure,” Sullivan said on CNN’s “State of the Union.”
Perhaps the U.S. needs a new intelligence community.