Research Sheds Light on Virus That Changed the World!

Kansas Senator Roger Marshall unveiled some important information on the origins of the virus that conquered the world for a solid two years, COVID-19. The idea that the pandemic came from lab leaks is now looking more plausible than ever before.

Marshall explained the most likely cause of the global pandemic was a combination of two separate leaks from Chinese labs in the September – October 2019 period, with there being speculation that it could’ve even happened as early as July or August.

COVID-19 was created in a lab, who could’ve guessed…

At the time, there was no better explanation as to why China started vaccine development in November 2019, long before a pandemic had even been considered a possibility.

The only sensible explanation is there’d been yet another lab leak, but due to China withholding information regarding the initial outbreak of the virus, we’re unable to get to some key data points to prove it.

The report Marshall was referring to was titled “Muddy Waters” and written by medical expert Robert Kadlec. He is the man behind Operation Warp Speed, which drastically increased the rate at which vaccines for the virus were being developed and distributed.

In his report, he outlines how two separate leaks happened only weeks apart in Wuhan, leading to a spike in COVID-19 cases in the surrounding region.

All that nonsense you’ve been hearing about bat soup was nothing short of a poor coverup by China and big pharma companies.

Where’s Fauci hiding now?

Kadlec bases his theory on the fact that Dr. Zhou Yusen, who died under mysterious circumstances later on, filed his patent for a COVID-19 vaccine in February 2020, meaning development must’ve started at least in November 2019.

This is further supported by the large number of Iranian athletes who caught the virus during their trip to Wuhan for the World Military Games in the Fall of 2019.

In fact, China managed to keep the whole thing under wraps for over three months before releasing reports of a surge in COVID-19 cases in late January, alluding to the possibility of two or even more spillover events from labs in the year before.

We deserved to know this at the very start.

China’s obscuring information about the virus is essentially what led to the entire world spending two years in lockdown and dealing with the worst pandemic in recent history.