Here's a quick refresher on the mountain of evidence that points to the possibility that Covid emerged from a Chinese lab
· Sep 7, 2022 ·

The lab-origin hypothesis of SARS-CoV-2 was at first roundly scorned by everybody after it was proposed by President Donald Trump, then received renewed attention after Trump left office (funny, that), and now it's kind of faded away and nobody really cares anymore.

But we should care, for obvious reasons. And there's still plenty of evidence to suggest that the virus did indeed emerge from a lab.

Rutgers University chemical biologist Richard Ebright has the receipts:

The doc notes that the evidence in favor of a natural origin is, well...not plentiful:

I'll admit, after two and a half years...I am not opposed to listening to more about the lab-leak hypothesis.

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