James Woods just tweeted out a video that he says everyone should see and then judge for themselves.
He calls it “pretty scary” because the presumption is that the coronavirus did not begin in a “Wet Market” in Wuhan.
National Review also questions the origins of the coronavirus in Jim Geraghty’s must-read article: The Trail Leading Back to the Wuhan Labs. Geraghty takes the reader through some of the same pathways as the video below, raising questions about the narrative being pushed by China that the virus began in the Wet Markets:
“The fact that the Chinese government spent six weeks insisting that COVID-19 could not be spread from person to person means that its denials about Wuhan laboratories cannot be accepted without independent verification.”
I always approach these conspiracy documentaries as fiction. Then I very rarely find myself saying these guys are either the best writers around these days or they are definitely onto something. Either way this one is pretty scary. Judge for yourself… https://t.co/6bacZyP7wN
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 9, 2020
In the end, the big question is whether the coronavirus originated from bats being used for research at either one of two research laboratories in Wuhan. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization could not confirm if bats were present at the wet markets…Who to believe?
What do you think about how the virus began? We’d like to know.