Are the experiments being performed at Boston University’s National Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratories risking another COVID pandemic that could be even more serious than the COVID pandemic of 2020?

level-4 security biosafety lab in Wuhan, China.

From 2020- 2022, news sources like 100 Percent Fed Up were followed closely during the COVID pandemic by third-party “fact-checkers” hired by social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter. Articles we published about the possible origins of the  COVID-19 virus were quickly shut down by “fact-checking authorities” that were hired by tech tyrants to ensure their readers would only see news that fit the government’s narrative. Any mention of the COVID virus emanating from the “Wuhan lab” in China on their platform would almost certainly result in a “false news” violation, and that violation would be used to significantly reduce the number of users who would see future content.

Here’s a screenshot of the type of notice Facebook would apply to articles shared about the origins of COVID on our Facebook page (with over 1.6 million followers) to discredit our publication and the content we publish.

The fearless Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), who isn’t affected by the social media overlords, has been relentless in his efforts to get to the bottom of where the COVID-19 virus originated and the role Dr. Fauci had in the gain-of-function research that was allegedly funded by the NIH that made it possible for the deadly virus to be manipulated in a level-4 security biosafety lab in Wuhan, China.

Sen. Rand Paul is relentless in his pursuit of the truth, as he demands answers from Dr. Anthony Fauci during Nov. 4, 2021, hearing:

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There are 13 level 4 biosafety labs in America where these types of experiments are still happening, despite concerns by many experts who blame the level 4 biosafety lab in Wuhan for the deaths of millions worldwide as a result of the COVID outbreak.

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Now, the Daily Mail is reporting that US researchers have developed a new lethal Covid strain in a laboratory – echoing the type of experiments many fear started the pandemic.

The mutant variant — which is a hybrid of and the original Wuhan virus — killed 80 percent of mice infected with it at Boston University.

When a similar group of rodents were exposed to the standard Omicron strain, however, they all survived and only experienced ‘mild’ symptoms.

The scientists also infected human cells with the hybrid variant and found it was five times more infectious than Omicron. This suggests the man-made virus might be the most contagious form yet.

In which has not been peer-reviewed, a team of researchers from Boston and Florida extracted Omicron’s spike protein — the unique structure that binds to and invades human cells.

It has always been present but it has become more evolved over time. Omicron has dozens of mutations in its spike protein that made it so infectious.

Researchers attached Omicron’s spike protein to the original wildtype strain that first emerged in Wuhan at the start of the pandemic.

Writing in the paper, they said: ‘In…mice, while Omicron causes mild, non-fatal infection, the Omicron S-carrying virus inflicts severe disease with a mortality rate of 80 percent.’

They said it signaled that while the spike protein is responsible for infectivity, changes to other parts of its structure determine its deadliness.

The scientists also looked at the different strains’ effect on human lung cells that were grown in the lab.

They found that the original Covid strain produced the high levels of infectious virus particles, and the new hybrid strain produced five times more infectious particles than Omicron.

The scientists admit the hybrid virus would be unlikely to be as deadly in real humans as it was in mice.

This is because they don’t have identical immune responses, as most of the same genes are used differently in mice and humans.

 

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