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CIA Bribed Its Own COVID-19 Origin Team to Reject Lab-Leak Theory
"Many of these entities many of its various divisions and units need to be pushed out other parts of the country the cabal of radical leftist judges and other buffoons former slip -and -fall lawyers now with black robes that needs to be broken up and the authority to hear cases involving the government need to be as well Washington DC is a politically economically financially corrupt place and there's no absolutely reason why Washington DC should be ruling over every corner of this country no reason whatsoever unnamed CIA whistleblowers has made the dramatic allegation that six analysts there were bribed to reject the theory that COVID -19 resulted from a research -related leak of a new coronavirus in a press order to release today from the office of the republican leading a congressional investigation into the pandemic you know these republicans leading these investigations have been right every time haven't they? a majority of US intelligence agencies has so far concluded that the COVID -19 pandemic most likely started when SARS -CoV -2 jumped from an infected animal host into people a wildlife market in Wuhan China has received intense attention from researchers as the potential source but the Department of Energy and FBI so far favored the so -called lab leak hypothesis even though none of the agencies has expressed high confidence in their conclusions on COVID -19's origin. CIA for example
Fresh update on "wuhan" discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Up involve hot button issues including abortion and also gun control. One case involves limiting the availability of the abortion drug mifepristone. The court will also to take up a challenge to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Dwayne Davis arrested and charged watch with with the 1996 Las Vegas murder of rapper Tupac Shakur. Retired Las Vegas Police Department attend Chris Carroll was the first officer on the scene back then enjoying fox and friends weekend reacting to for this this arrest. I think what has happened that has changed the game is Kefi D himself has gone on multiple media outlets and openly talked about his active role in murder. the Police describing Davis as the man who ordered the shooting death of Shakur. Republicans now claim that former White House COVID advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci was influencing the CIA in its COVID origins probe. House Republicans probing the origins of COVID -19 are accusing Dr. Anthony Fauci of improperly influencing intelligence operatives themselves investigating coronavirus origins in China. Quote, Dr. Fauci was escorted into CIA headquarters without a record of entry and participated in the analysis to influence the university's review. Chairman Brad Wenstrup's letter to Health and Human Services does not provide a date for Fauci's visit source for the information. The new allegation comes in the wake of explosive claims from the same House panel that some CIA investigators who initially concluded that COVID originated in a Wuhan lab were paid off to flip to concluding it originated in nature. That is Fox's Jillian Turner. Dr. Fauci says he nothing has to hide. The judge in the Carly Russell false statements case won't allow cameras in the court room. She's the woman who vanished after telling a family member that she was stopping to check and a child that she saw walking on the side of an Alabama highway she turned up at her family's home days later. I'm Ted Lindner. This is Fox News. WMAO. Making sense of the news. Live from the Home Paramount pest control studios. Home Paramount the leader in pest control since 1939.
Dr. Peter McCullough: Concerning Spike Protein From mRNA Vaccines
"To specific just in generalities your thoughts on that right so let me get it clear again there there is a high risk risk group but it's not a third is only four point two percent is only four point two percent so you there's know a third where nothing happens it's like my mother -in -law she took two shots she's 90 years old she didn't even feel it to this day she doesn't know what the big deal is because it's so benign and two -thirds have some mild side effects it's point four two percent this tiny fraction where the action is but what we've learned is there are some risk mitigation strategies we can't make any therapeutic claims but really really good preclinical data from japan this spike protein that installed gets with the vaccines and with covid the body can't clear it out itself the body doesn't have its own degragative enzymes because the spike protein is actually genetically engineered to be resistant. It was engineered in the Wuhan lab in China. That's what was found out in the investigations. So the Japanese have figured out that an enzyme called nattokinase which is derived from the fermentation of soy with a bacteria called bacillus subtilis natto it has health benefits anyway it's been used over a thousand years the Japanese have eaten it for about 20 years they use it as a cardiovascular supplement. It's a mild blood thinner but it reliably dissolves the spike protein. This is very encouraging we're seeing patients now start to get better with neuropathy and a variety of problems blood clots in it about three months of use. So so this is great news another natural substance called bromelain it's also an enzyme derived from the stems of pineapples it's available over -the -counter in preclinical studies again it partially develops spike protein. Then a recent randomized trial using curcumin also had very positive effects in people who have had COVID and have taken the vaccine. Isn't it interesting that the natural products we're
Fresh update on "wuhan" discussed on Red Eye Radio
"When the top prize reaches more than a billion dollars. $1 4 billion is the estimated jackpot as of this Sunday morning, and if you win is a cash value of at least $178 .2 million. The winning numbers drawn on Saturday night were 1930, 37, 44, 46, and a Powerball of 22. There were some match 5 Powerplay $2 million winners in Indiana and North Carolina, and some match $5 million winners, two in Florida, one in Maryland, one in Michigan, and one in Pennsylvania. The Supreme Court starts a new session on Monday. The cases it'll take up involve hot button abortion and gun control. One case involves limiting the availability of the abortion drug Mifepristone. Republicans now claim that former White House COVID advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci was influencing CIA the in its COVID origins probe. Fox's Jillian Turner has more on this. House Republicans probing the of origins COVID -19 are accusing Dr. Anthony Fauci of improperly influencing intelligence operatives themselves investigating coronavirus origins in China. Quote, Dr. Fauci was escorted into CIA headquarters without a record of entry and participated in the analysis to influence the agency's review. Chairman Brad Wenstrup's letter to Health and Human Services does not provide a date for Fauci's visit or source for the information. The new allegation comes in the wake of explosive claims from the same House panel that some CIA investigators who initially concluded that COVID originated in a Wuhan lab were paid off to flip to concluding it originated in nature. Dr. Fauci says he has nothing to hide. And the judge in the Carly Russell false statements case won't allow cameras in the courtroom. She's woman the who vanished after telling a family member she was stopping to check on a child she saw walking on the side of an Alabama highway and turned up at her family's home days later. I'm Ted Lindner. This is Fox News. WMAO making sense of the Fox Live News from the Home Paramount pest control studios. Home Paramount, the leader in
Dr. Peter McCullough: The Benefits of Nattokinase & Bromelain
"Your thoughts on that. Right. So let me get it clear, Dan. there There is a high risk group, but it's not a third. It's only four point two percent. It's only four point two percent. So, you know, there's a third where nothing happens. It's like my mother -in -law. She took two shots. She's 90 years old. She didn't even feel it to this day. She doesn't know what the big deal is because it's so benign. And two thirds have some mild side effects. It's four point two percent, this tiny fraction where the action is. But what we've learned is there some are risk mitigation strategies. We can't make any therapeutic claims, but really, really good preclinical data from Japan. This spike protein that gets installed with the vaccines and with COVID, the body can't clear it out itself. The body doesn't have its own degradative enzymes because the spike protein is actually genetically engineered to be resistant. It was engineered in the Wuhan lab in China. That's what was found out in the investigations. So the Japanese have figured out that an enzyme called nattokinase, which is derived from the fermentation of soy with a bacteria called bacillus subtilis natto, it has health benefits anyway. It's been used over a thousand years. The Japanese have eaten it for about 20 years. They use it as a cardiovascular supplement. It's a mild blood thinner, but it reliably dissolves the spike protein. This is very encouraging. seeing We're patients now start to get better with neuropathy and a variety of problems, blood clots, in about three months of use. So this is great news. Another natural substance called bromelain. It's also an enzyme derived from the stems of pineapples. It's available over -the -counter in preclinical studies. Again, it partially dissolves the spike protein. Then a recent randomized trial using curcumin also had very positive effects in people who have had COVID and have taken the vaccine. Isn't it interesting that the natural
Dan Bongino: No Respect for Journalism Majors
"Media conspiracy, the one that puzzles me the most, and I mean really puzzles me, I mean I get why the media, you know, constantly claim that the Wuhan lab leak was a conspiracy theory. The reason is because Donald Trump said it leaked from a lab, and the media, of course, hates America and hates Donald Trump. They really hate you. I mean, they despise you. I know, I know, I use my words very carefully. They legitimately hate you, and they hated Trump so much, that if Donald Trump would have said it definitely came from a pangolin, they would have said it definitely came from a lab. This guy's an idiot. Whatever Trump said, they would have said the opposite. No, come on, Dan, it's not that simple. Yes, sir, it is. You're dealing with children in the media. People have who no intellectual capabilities whatsoever. That's why they didn't major in chemistry, they majored in journalism. That's not real. Journalism -ing is not a thing. What is the major in journalism? What, talking to are people? What you talking about? In journalism? That's not a real thing. It's not a thing in college. Okay, it's not a thing. I have more respect for the HVAC guy. I'm not kidding that I'm a I do journalist. My HVAC guy is really smart. He's like, hey, look at this wire goes there and this is the compressor thing and they're like, oh my gosh, that's pretty impressive. The journalists you're like, yes, the journalists you're like, do you believe there's a PP tape? Well, there could be. You haven't seen it? No. Do you know someone who's seen it? No. Did you ever think maybe Hillary made that up to make Trump look better? No, no, no way. You went to school for four years and you're this freaking stupid. You have you
What Can GOP Leadership Do Today? Victor Davis Hanson Explains
"The GOP establishment today, we have a few heroes in there, but the question is when you in this article that American greatness and elsewhere give us this litany of horrors, disasters, unimagined, even in the recent past, unimagined horrors everywhere on every front. The question is, what can the GOP leadership do today? Can anyone do anything today? That's what I find extraordinary is that we now do have a majority in the Congress. What do you suppose is possible? Well, what's possible is what we're seeing right now in the house. They have an 8 to ten pretending on the health of particular members on both sides of the aisle, but they can investigate the Biden family. They can investigate the Wuhan leak. They can investigate, you know, all of these things are bringing in Alvin Bragg. They can propose a balanced budget or sort of a physical discipline or a debt limit. They can do all of that, but they don't have the Senate. It's it depends on Feinstein. If she doesn't show up, then it's possible that these judicial nominees who are pretty bad are not being confirmed. And with fetterman and her out, they have been able to confirm people for a couple of months. But what I'm getting at is if they pass a bill in the house and they send it over to the Senate, it's probably going not going to pass because the Democrats have pretty ironclad discipline. And all you can do is keep doing it with the hopes of somebody who doesn't show up or maybe you can embarrass them. And then even if you did pass it, Joe Biden, of course, would veto it. So we're on hold right now, and it was very important to take the house back because that's we can stop appointments or programs by fiscal restraint and we can have all of these investigations and we have majority members, but that's only one third of well, it's one 6th of government in a way.
What Does Woke Mean?
"I was literally joking over the weekend. Next thing the left is going to say is coffee is racist. And then here it is. Here it is. Drinking coffee perpetuates white supremacy. These foods are woke, right? We can't take these people seriously. And they do not like us calling them woke, which is exactly why we should call them woke. Now, so again, let's just, let me make sure I just clarify. 'cause I said a few things and I said I'm pretty quickly, so I want you to understand they hate the left does hate the word woke because we, as a conservative or a constitutional movement, have managed to use their word against them. Remember, they used to use this word woke to talk about cultural awareness or cultural alertness specifically on social issues. Again, gay marriage was big and BLM when BLM was just a hashtag. So that's one. The second thing that the word woke does when you use by conservatives is it's all encompassing. They don't like that. You know, there was a time where liberals got to the point where they didn't want to be called liberals anymore. Even Hillary Clinton. So she went back to saying, I'm a progressive as if that were better. I mean, you could go see Woodford and FDR. They really tried to fundamentally transform the country as well, but she was like, oh, no, that's when, you know, the word liberal became a hot potato, so they didn't want to be called liberal, right? So then they wanted to be called progressives. Well, they don't want to be called woke. And so they don't like the way the way that we've gotten them into a dragnet. Now, what does woke mean if I'm being specific? Woke is simply this. It's whatever, and it should be somewhat ambiguous, all right? That's part of the weaponry. That's part of the political weaponry,
Taking the Word 'Woke' From the Left
"Now guys, you might be thinking Carl, why is this topic with woke the word woke such a big deal? It's a huge deal because it's a cultural indicator that we are starting to win. Here's what is really hard for those of us that are, let's say, on the right, if you will. I consider myself a constitutional restorationist. I believe that we're in a post. Judeo Christian, I believe we are in a post constitutional America, okay? That's where I believe that we're at. But I think that I don't think we've completely lost it or we can't restore it. All right, we've got plenty of fighters out there. The problem is this is not what's happened, what we've seen transpire from the left, how they destroyed the country, did not happen overnight. Now, it was, I mean, it was put on the fast track system during the COVID lockdowns. No doubt about it. But what they've been doing, trying to fundamentally transform the country. This is a, this is a project that's been going on from the left for a hundred years. And now conservatives are starting to fight back and realize it's more than just tax cuts. It's more than just elections. We gotta fight back in the cultural arena if you will. And we're starting to see inroads. People are starting to wake up and I'm gonna give you some examples.
Winning Against Wokeness
"I want to play an audio clip for you guys. The left try to dog our home girl I'll say Bethany mandel and Carol markowitz have written a book called stolen youth. I want you guys to go out and get it. And it's about how the left devastated youngsters all across the country with these whack behind lockdowns that did nothing, but exacerbate anxiety, depression, bad grades, put our kids behind, you name it. Didn't do anything to help the kids. So they talk about this stuff and all this woke nonsense. CRT DEI. Climate change that are impacting our children today scare the crap out of them. All right, so go out and get the book double down on the left is going after. They went after Bethany mandel. You know what? Go ahead and get her book again, she co authored co authored it with Carol markowitz. This is me just wanting to fight back against the left. And you're gonna be able to do it with their book. Now they're not a sponsor or anything like that. But I think this is very, very important. This is how we fight back. All right, so they're gonna stick the media on one of ours. All right, all right, we're gonna help them sell more books. But I do wanna play an audio clip for you. So this is what this moment went viral. All right, again, Bethany mandel, she's the co author of stolen youth this moment went viral. I want you to understand the background because she wrote a column over the weekend. And she explained what was happening at the time. She goes on this show the rising a show that put on by the hill, which is an online publication, but they have a YouTube channel or a regular television cable channel. I'm not sure it's been a long time since I've seen the scene of the show, frankly. But she appeared on the show. And she had a little brain fart, if you will, in the middle of the interview. But in the background, this chick has 6 kids that she and her husband are homeschooling. She had just got on. She was just dealing with two of her kids. She heard one of the hosts, I believe, if I recall her column correctly, say something kind of outlandish, kind of a dig towards, you know, families that have a bunch of kids. So here she was dealing with her kids right before she gets on. She hears something from them that kind of sounds like a dig. She's postured ready to go on defense almost after she hears this. But she but she's on to talk about her book. So here's the audio clip of Bethany mandel, the liberals went absolutely nuts, but they're not gonna win. We're about to beat their behinds in just a sec, but I want you to hear this. Audio clip, number one, pop up or Sean. And for Americans consider themselves very liberal. And probably fewer of them consider themselves to be woke. And so, you know, when we started that year, would you mind defining well because it's come up a couple times that I just want to make sure we're all on the same page. So, I mean, woke is sort of the idea that. This is going to be one of those moments that goes viral. I mean, woke is something that's very hard to define, and we've spent an entire chapter defining it.
Republicans Assail New York Prosecutor Investigating Trump
"This breaking from just the news had tip forgotten man, GOP led House judiciary demands, the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg testify about possible Trump indictment. Guys, guys, I'm getting excited. I love when conservatives fight back. We don't have to take this crap from the left. A bunch of woke punks. We don't have to take this stuff anymore. And some in Washington on our side are finally getting a clue somebody say hallelujah, all right? So Jordan noted that the statue of limitations for any alleged crimes involving the former president is set to expire soon, likely explaining Bragg's rush to indictment. So, the Republican led house on Monday sent a letter to the Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg demanding that he testify about his possible indictment of former president Donald Trump overcharges, allegedly related to hush money payments to adult porn actress stormy Daniels. The letter was sent by judiciary committee chairman rep Jim Jordan, who was joined by House oversight committee James comer and house administrative administration committee chairman Brian Steele. The letter was obtained by Fox News and it says here and I quote, in light of the serious consequences of your actions, we expect that you will testify about what plainly appears to be a politically motivated prosecutorial decision. According to Jordan, Jim Jordan representative Jim Jordan. Of course, Trump said over the weekend that he expects to be indicted Tuesday, which would be tomorrow, but neither Briggs nor his office has confirmed the statement.
Biden signs bill on COVID origins declassification
"President Biden has signed a bill concerning the origins of COVID. I'm Lisa dwyer. President Joe Biden has signed a bipartisan bill into law that directs the federal government to declassify as much intelligence as possible about the origins of COVID-19. The legislation passed both the House and Senate without dissent. It directs the office of the director of national intelligence to declassify intelligence related to a lab in Wuhan, China, the law also allows for redactions to protect sensitive sources and methods. U.S. intelligence agencies are divided over whether a lab leak or a spillover from animals was likely source experts say the true origin may not be known for many years if ever. I'm Lisa dwyer
John Solomon Discusses China's Treaty Violations and the Wuhan Lab
"Is COVID origin secrets near the classification that in itself is exciting. Wuhan a lab's ties to China military burst into focus, talk to us about the latest things we need to know about our country, our government and the military biodefense lab in communist China, John. It's extraordinary. So no matter where we end up on whether the COVID-19 virus leaked from the lab or not, obviously the FBI energy department House intelligence committee Senate health committee all believe it did and growing other number of intelligence committees believe that. But here's the bigger question. No matter what happened with COVID-19, there is now irrefutable proof that the United States government has known since 2005 that China was violating its own treaties to not do offensive biological weapons they had an offensive biological weapons program. It was based in the Chinese People's Liberation Army at an entity called the academy of military medical sciences specifically the 5th institute. The State Department declared that in a document in 2005. Over the decade after they made that declaration, wide open evidence that the MMS that academy we just talked about was working with the Wuhan institute of virology, the place where we think the COVID-19 virus worked on. What were they working on? On Anthony Fauci's own site. On the NIH, you can find this. There was a study on anthrax. There was a study, a book, a book that said, coronaviruses as a class are going to be the leading edge of a new era of genetic warfare. That's the Chinese words, not mine. Those are the sort of things that were going on between scientists at the Wuhan institute of virology. And the academy of military medical sciences in China, the place that we said was the epicenter of an illicit bioweapons program, despite all that knowledge, despite all that evidence, no one in the intelligence committee, no one in the national Institutes of health. No one in the State Department stopped it. Millions of dollars flowed from U.S. agencies to the Wuhan institute of virology. And now we're hearing maybe also directly to the academy, the
Anthony Fauci Debates Himself on Gain-of-Function Research in Wuhan
"This is Fauci on gain of function You're going to hear him in the beginning and then debating himself on the gain of function First he was categorical about it You're going to hear him on was it Newt Gingrich's podcast where he calls it a conspiracy theory the whole lab leak thing and then you're going to hear him in a later interview because you can't see You want to see go to my rumble account but you'll hear him in a later interview No no no I didn't say that I was always open to it No you called it a conspiracy theory Your words Not mine Again had tip Texas Lindsay check this out I don't know how many times I can say it madam chair We did not fund gain of function research to be conducted in the Wuhan institute of virology Anyway so let me just go on about NIH lifts funding pause on gain of function research That might be anticipated to create transfer or use enhanced potential pandemic pathogens I don't think this is going to be foolproof things are going to slip through Sorry that was the wrong one That's my fault That's not Jim's I haven't listened as one That was gain of function Where he takes the two completely seemingly opposite positions on the same thing Here he is on the lab leak theory doing the exact same thing You're going to hear him first again on newt's podcast Calling it a conspiracy theory And then at the same Anthony Fauci in a later interview basically challenging and debating himself take a listen I'm always have to laugh at that in the I mean that's totally bizarre First of all I wasn't leaning totally strongly one way or the other I've always kept an open mind As you know there's a sort of urban legend that there's a biological warfare center in Wuhan and that the coronavirus escaped from that Did you have any sense of where it probably came from I think ultimately we know that these things come from an animal reservoir I've heard these conspiracy theories And like well conspiracy theories they just conspiracy theories I wasn't leaning totally strongly one way or the other I've always kept an open mind
'Superpower in Peril' Author David McCormick Talks About Justice
"As we talk about this rallying cry against China, it has to be an above all approach. And what I like about what you've done in the book is you talk about it in military terms, battle plan, with your experience being in the military. And I want to focus on the specifics of one of the things you mentioned, which is holding China accountable because that's a question about justice, right? Justice for fentanyl, justice for hacking our cyber grid, justice for spying on us, justice for having a spy balloon over our sky. You know, justice for whatever happened in the Wuhan institute of virology, which could have been attributed to sloppiness, but definitely there was a cover up, right? In the days and the weeks that followed, what does justice look like then, David, to hold them accountable and make them pay an appropriate price? Well, I think it starts with calling balls of strikes. And the Biden administration hasn't done that, for example, on the Wuhan lab. And that's a real problem, because you're not constantly bringing forward the things that are unacceptable behavior. And taking steps to mitigate them or taking steps to hold accountable through sanctions or a variety of other things, then that behavior gets validated. And the belief is that that's okay to do again. And so this balloon is another example that should have been handled much more decisively with a clear line established that, hey, this is unacceptable to be over U.S. airspace. And all of these things are part of a leadership under Joe Biden that's very ham handed. It's very uncertain. We saw that in Afghanistan with the bungled withdrawal. We saw that in Ukraine with the Nord stream two and the invitation of Putin. And we see that with the Chinese and the problem with the ham handed and bungling things in a leadership perspective, if you're up against an aggressive opponent, as much easier to have a miscalculation. So you need to be strong. We need to build muscle at home by going to the gym. We also need to reflect strained
Gordon Chang and Trish Discuss the Origins of the Coronavirus
"Recent weeks, we have learned what you and I, I think we're talking about back in January of 2020, which was the Wuhan lab theory. We had certainly I think both heard from various sources that it was quite possible that the coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan. That theory that discussion as you well know, Gordon was shut down. Aggressively shut down and now it seems doctor Anthony Fauci may have been at the forefront of helping to shut that discussion down by commissioning a scientific study, which he basically was able to take a red pen to. Doctor Redfield, head of the CDC, was cut out of conversations because he felt it was possible it may have come from a Wuhan lab and I think he said the most devastating thing to him was when the Baltimore sun called him a racist because he suggested it might come from Wuhan. We know what we all went through. Why do you think that was? Why do you think there was such an aggressive attempt to say no, there's no way it came from the Wuhan institute of virology? My theory is that Doctor Fauci was trying to protect himself. So if we go back to 2014, the Obama administration imposed a moratorium on the federal funding of gain of function research in the United States. So what did Fauci do? He outsourced gain of function funding to a biological weapons lab in China, the Wuhan institute of virology. And he did that through the New York based echo health alliance. So echo health alliance with NIH money was actually funding gain of function on coronaviruses. So I think Fauci is a little bit concerned that the Chinese took what they learned from his funding and they were applying it and eventually ended up creating SARS CoV-2, the pathogen causing COVID-19.
Catherine Herridge Implies U.S. Government Paid for Research in Wuhan
"Catherine herridge is on CBS mornings today She's actually a great reporter She used to work for Fox And she's going at it a bit over these projects at China's Wuhan lops through the NIH and the USAID And I want you to listen to some of this if you would Cut 15 mister producer go Sources tell CBS News and investigation of this complexity could take at least 6 months to reach a conclusion about whether U.S. government agencies were billed twice for projects in Wuhan China The probe kicked off after new information came to light from Congress We are collecting evidence here And collecting facts Former federal investigator Diane cutler spent two decades combating white collar crime in healthcare fraud During the pandemic cutler turned her attention to U.S. government grants that supported coronavirus related research in China How many records have you viewed My collection is certainly well over 50,000 documents Records reviewed by CBS News indicate the U.S. government may have paid twice for projects at the Wuhan labs through the national Institutes of health and the U.S. agency Jesus sick So basically it was like pulling teeth to find that our government the Fauci and their hemorrhoids did in fact pay for these projects at the Wuhan lab Now the question isn't whether they pay by whether they pay twice Well I can see why they want to increase my taxes Can't you mister producer If they're not experimenting on beagles I guess they're doing this sort of thing
Is There a Spanner in the Works for China? David Goldman Explains
"Does what happened in the last three years factor into the rise of China? Well, will nations be less willing because of their seeding the world with those who were infected? Will there be a need for Beijing to do a mea culpa despite being a communist dictatorship? So does a wrench has a spanner being thrown into the works because of COVID for the plans of domination from the CCP? Well it depends on who you talk to. I think in the industry. I'm talking to David P Goldman. That's who I'm talking to. In the democratic world, there's going to be a lot of rancor. The likeliest scenario is that the Wuhan virus came out of an incompetent Chinese lab doing research paid for by Doctor Fauci and his friends and gain of function for a deadly virus. So we've got some wood to chop, where people would chop up in the United States. In response to that, China's main orientation now is towards the 6 billion people of the global south. It wants to dominate and absorb, as I said, assimilate into its economic system, the 700 million people of Southeast Asia. Several 100 million people in South Asia, Brazil, Mexico, and so forth. And it's making great strides to do that. The people of those countries are much more concerned about getting basic telecommunication services, health services and other things, which China is helping them to get. And they're less concerned about who to blame for the virus than what they're going to get tomorrow. We have neglected that. That's something where we should challenge China, China, and compete with them until to toe.
Rep. Debbie Lesko Weighs In on Fauci Cover-Up Shocker
"Me now, a woman on that congressional subcommittee that's investigating the origins of COVID. We have representative Debbie lesko, Republican from Arizona. Good to have you here. Welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. It's exciting. It's very important information. We need to get to the bottom of the truth. Well, we do. And so many people don't want to still, we just played a clip of Anthony Fauci speaking with The Boston Globe last week saying, look, we may never know the answer to which I'm like, well, yeah, you're not going to know the answer if you don't bother to do the investigation. Why is it that so many people were so quick, including Doctor Fauci to totally dismiss the idea that maybe it might have come from the Wuhan lab? You know, I don't know for sure. I can guess. I can make an educated guess. I think that Anthony Fauci and the NIH director at the time Francis Collins were concerned that the American people would find out that U.S. taxpayer dollars were being used to fund eco health alliance which in turn funded the Wuhan lab and there to this day denying that the grand funding was used for coronavirus research, even though other scientists believe that it is.
A 'Fauci' Cover Up? Shocking New Emails Revealed
"Such a shocking report here, new emails between doctor Anthony Fauci and other key scientists were just released by the select subcommittee on the coronavirus pandemic. This is the GOP led committee and its accusing Doctor Fauci of prompting or commissioning a scientific study to disprove and the speculation that the virus may have come from a Chinese lab. According to this memo, new evidence released by the select subcommittee suggests that, well, Doctor Fauci prompted the whole thing, the drafting of a publication that would disprove the lab leak theory. The authors of this paper, they made evidence available to the public that they sought out. In other words, they had a thesis or Fauci, and they were instructed to solve for it. On February 1st, 2020, Doctor Fauci along with doctor Francis Collins in 11 other big deal scientists, they were on a call together and they were warned that coronavirus may have been leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China. And what's more? They were warned that it may have been intentionally genetically manipulated. So they got that warning, and then what do you know, a few days later, three of the participants on the call they came forward authoring a paper that dispelled the notion that the virus may have originated in, a Chinese lab. This paper was called the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2. The paper was allegedly written it Fauci's prompting, in fact, they sent the author sent the draft to Fauci for editing and approval according to the House committee ahead of its publication in nature medicine. And then, when they sent it over to nature, medicine on February 17th, the studies author, doctor Christian Anderson, he's the one that submitted it, wrote in a cover email that. And I quote, there has been a lot of speculation, fear mongering, and conspiracy theories put forward in this space. This paper was prompted by Jeremy Farr, Tony Fauci, and Francis Collins.
"wuhan" Discussed on The Officer Tatum Show
"A lie? We had our government fund the Wuhan lab where they knew they were doing what we called gain of function research. That's pretty much taken I'm going to try to say it in the most educated way that I know it to be. It seems to me that what they're doing with gain of function research is that they're taken viruses known viruses. They know what it does and they're testing it and experimenting and making them more dangerous or less dangerous to the spread of it. They're increasing the I want to say efficacy. I don't know if that's the right term to use for that. But the virality of it, they're doing research to figure out how to make it more expansive or less expensive. And then they're putting stuff together and create new viruses. And the reason that logically outside of malice, somebody would do that, is because they want to see if this virus mutates to this point, what will happen to people. If we had this virus in this virus together, and they just so happened to parent, they just so happened to come together. What will happen? You know, kind of getting ahead of some of these things and finding or reverse engineering some of these viruses that could get out to the public in order to save lives. Now, also in a malicious way, they could be creating chemical warfare. A viral warfare, meaning that they concoct the virus because they put a little bit of this in there that kiehl's old people, they put a little bit of this in there that makes people sterilized for population control. Now I'm not saying it's exactly what they did, but I'm saying that they have the ability to do things like that. They have the ability to do research and put things together and create viruses in this lab. And then they can create ones that they can then target people with. And I believe, based on all the things that I've heard and things that I've seen from people who I respect is that they were concocting something in this lab and it got out. That's why you see how strategic
"wuhan" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters
"Before we get to portland. I would just like to give an update to the texas the texas heartbeat law that is in effect as of right now in texas. The justice department actually said that it will not tolerate violence against anyone who is trying to obtain an abortion in texas as they explore of course a challenge whatever their options will be for a challenge to the state law. So merrick garland said the justice department would quote protect those seeking to obtain or provide reproductive health services Under a federal law known as the freedom of access to clinic. Entrances act And again i mean. I don't think it will be too much longer before we do. See the justice department Hand something over to texas file some sort of a lawsuit against us. Do you have your with i. I wrote a bill that governors didn't oklahoma signed against sex trafficking but the moment he signed my bill the bill he signed right before me was the heartbeat building oklahoma. And that's about to come into effect and become law. So you're going to see other states so i know for a fact. Oklahoma coming right on texas texas's heels here for it. Become you know the law. They signed the heartbeat. Bill and others are going to come to. Texas is not going to stand alone on this for long. Sarah this other states. It's going to be able to bolster support. And i personally think v wait gets turned honestly really. I think we're gonna see it. I we have a window. You're much more optimism. Because i'm telling you. I think watch. There's a there's a slow going to catch them by surprise because there is a whole lot of other things because this snuck in like. How in the heck did that happen in texas well newsflashes already signing oklahoma. I was there for the signing. Okay so in other states have come into so. I think now the people are speaking up. I'm very positive about that. Wow yeah well you know. It's interesting the language that maryland uses. Because i i feel like i mean. It's already violence against other people already illegal so it is interesting that they're like well we're not gonna tolerate violence against the people who are committing violence against their babies. We're not gonna tolerate that. It's like. I'm pretty sure like you're not allowed to assault people already. I don't think we need justice department until they go threaten us yeah But let me okay so let me throw the other story about this into the mix of the portland city council Plans to vote on prohibiting business transactions with the state of texas over this new law and They said there. They want to ban trading goods and services and bar city employees business travel to texas which is weird. I didn't realize that they even had a government. They just i mean. There's like a great picture of portland. Where where's where's this. Where's the city council there. Where's the mayor there. Where's the city government there. I don't see them so. I'm just shocked about that part. We're not going to send any of our zoo to texas. Thank you thank you for not michael. And he watches the show and he's a businessman in portland. He's trying to help save that city. He's probably gonna protest because he travels to texas a lot but no hey keep him. Keep on their. Keep the crazy californians. Keep them all. We're pretty good year in texas. We don't need any of that here. Well they the portland city council stands unified in. Its belief all people should have the right to choose if and when they carry a pregnancy Pretty sure you choose that whenever you do the act And that the decisions they make are complex difficult and unique. To their circumstances the band will be in effect until the state of texas withdraws. It's unconstitutional ban on abortion or until it is overturned in court city legal counsel is currently evaluating legal aspects of this proposed resolution. All my god. Eric not the communists coming to texas we do. I don't care where you're at on the subject of bush and that's the silver lining while it. Is that a bunch of brain lift off. We can't go to texas. Thank you like if nothing else if nothing else. That is a positive thing Pretty sure it probably goes one way when it comes to trade in portland especially when it comes to oil and other things. I don't think that's a he'll that they certainly want to die on. This is more just political. Posturing is certainly all that. This doesn't mean certainly anything. Look i don't know what's going to come of this. Definitely with the federal government evolved. Hopefully if nothing else more we get more civil than that. He ended texas stock to get enough of the you know the lower extremities to say screw the federal government and we've become a nation state on. Oh i would love that. That would be fantastic and maybe this will be the the tipping point where the federal government finally gets the toilet go through themselves because that what what what can they do. What are they gonna do. You can't do that. We're going to do what now. I love what you just said. Hey we're not going. Send anything your way anymore. We don't need any. Hey how about. We stopped sending anything. How are we turn valves. The funny thing about like when it comes to like. Oh these these pro would not pro-trade at all. Let me say that. Have never been pro-life reach ray but certainly with the like migration thing we're seeing now with the vaccine is a will you notice that he's whole open borders free free movement freedom of movement. Soon as you get to talk about vaccines and now we're talking about abortion and they wanna stop moment of people from moving around at disagrees with the mess hilarious out of works out like that. What's the first thing they did was shazad shop. When they secured that perot. Yeah we need power. We need food. Yeah like okay. Let's can we make some deals. We called ourselves autonomous. But what that meant exactly. Yeah exactly i. This reminds me of all of these leftists on twitter. That have just been you know freaking out still about the new texas law and they're like wall truth to ban or to see that we hate it we're gonna stop having sex with men and like great. I think that you stop having you're responsible. Sex with multiple partners sucking having abortions voted on so are alternatives abortion downright thing. Who knew ask bill. This is a great. We're something a lot of times you threaten me with a good time. No like out here at texas for those of us to those of you. The guy who wants to show a lot of the movement when you talk about pro-life movement in this in in a state at the forefront of it are women. I've hated how they've crafted this moron. Discussion as men ruled right. It's like. I don't think you understand what's really going. Most of the women that the people that are not speaking so much about this. That i've known in my life have all been women for the most part because it's so close to home certainly for them so they need to dispel that narrative that it's men doing something to the women's bodies. There's no women that are at the forefront of any eric again. It's because they bought into this fake feminist movement in this country that the feminists in this country are really about women's rights in. They're not they're about themselves. It's like you know a self elevating movement it is women fighting this fight absolutely predominantly in texas. All right. we've got more to come. I want to thank our sponsor built bar. So if you're like.
"wuhan" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I That is a story that just keeps on giving. And every day there's some nuance. We'll get to that a little bit later with Eric Milstead. So actually went back and looked because my show poll today is what much of these four things are You tired of talking about in there? You can check them out on Twitter. 16 wtmj are wtmj Steve? Um, I went back and looked so 2020 most searched topics related to news. I don't think this is surprised or shocked anybody. Number one was coronavirus. Easily. Number two Donald Trump. The election. The run up to election number three. George Floyd makes complete sense for Joe Biden, the candidate that Eventually took on. Donald Trump eventually won the election in November. Police brutality related to George Floyd story certainly front of mind the people Wuhan The province area in China, which was ground zero for the this global pandemic. NFL football kind of surprised me crept into the top 10. With a lot of searches. And maybe it was an interesting season. Challenged by the pandemic number eight also related to George Floyd Racism, nine White House and rounding it out. Supreme Court. Obviously, with the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, that was number 10. So those are the the top 10. Where are you at on this stuff? What are we talking about? What? Would you rather be not talk about opening up this morning? Gordon joins us from one of my favorite cities. Wisconsin Rapids, Guardian WTMJ. Hey, Good morning, Steve Yellow, the pandemic and needs a mask wearing is, uh, a little bit too much. Yeah, you're done. Are you done with it? I've been done with. Where were you at? When? When the pandemic started last year. Where were you at? Did you say? Yeah, we gotta We gotta worry about this. And then was there a point when you said you know what I'm done with it. All right. Well, you would like that from the beginning. From the beginning yesterday. And why was that? I just saw a bunch of, uh, a bunch of hooey, but I think really, what we should be talking about is the veterans as loyal day weekend. We should be talking about what makes America great. Well, you're going to be happy Gordon because at 10 35 and 10 50. I'm talking to a Vietnam War vet and a Korean War vet And you're going to want to hear those because I'm not going to be your memorial today, but I wanted to get their their voices on the radio. She'll be happy to hear those guys. When they join me a little bit later. Interesting times in our country. For me, Rogers is the the talking points the front of mind topic in our state. Why? Because we love NFL football. I love NFL football. Even in the off season. I'm talking about it. I'm thinking about it. I'm happy that at least according to most sources, now that they're going to 100% capacity, the NFL seating seating at Lambeau 100% in my seats. You don't think I'm excited about that. After having seen zero games in person last year, it's a big deal. All right. We'll take a break. After that break. Eric bills is going to jump in. We're going to talk about The latest on Aaron Rodgers, who's not doing well in my poll, by the way, which which kind of surprises me Anyway, we'll get to all of that. And more on your behalf. Wtmj..
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"Concerns about it. Yes i mean there was a report from the. Us concert saying that there was a us concern. Han saying that they had some concerns. But i mean. I remember sort of like having contacts with. Us research institute been heavily involved and looking at work that was being done in wuhan and their version is that it was exactly the same as any kind of institute you'd find anywhere else in the world and it seemed to be well run. What were the consents. Some of the concerns around training for technicians. Whether whether the protocols is necessarily good enough. I mean the kind of things you would expect to get pig. Toppers safety concerns in in most places. I'd imagine okay so some interesting stuff about the possibility of these samples coming from animals but then being released via a leak but pretty strong arguments against it including that the sample in the lab doesn't actually match covid nineteen. Any evidence really is entirely circumstantial but on the other hand the more likely theory the animal theory which most scientists seem to still prefer. Has its own problems too. Because it has been over ear and they still haven't found a source. I mean this is one of the big issues. I mean there's this kind of assumption. The in previous outbreaks sars and mers the intermediate species are being quickly identified. That hasn't always been the case. I mean there were strong suspicions with palm cit's were with intermediate host. But it took a while. I mean years for that to be absolutely established and with murder. Now it's not still completely understood so we part of the story is kind of well. We had the europe with covid nineteen. Why don't we understand it. Well the answer is too often. It takes quite a long time fair enough and really want to sound like a conspiracy stare but there is one of the big issue that people point to and that is the fact. That wuhan doesn't have that caves in its vicinity and the distance between these back caves where corona viruses were found to. The city is a thousand miles and there aren't any recorded cova cases along the route. I mean that's the great mystery. I mean it's quite clear. The wuhan was a major application event for for covid nineteen genetic material collected from the white marquette. The genetic sequencing of the early cases shows the people associated with the market a narrow identical versions of the virus. So so you can say that. It was a very important event and covid nineteen life. But i mean that doesn't necessarily mean that it started but we begin tonight with the growing concern as the toll from that deadly corona virus. Now the question well. How did it get to this. Mock asks and in the city of wuhan where outbreak began patients now in isolation all trains and planes out of that city halted just tonight the you kind of pine suspicion still is that somehow is related to wildlife food trade or you know farmed wildlife trade. The fire that year on we kind of know where it took took holt. But we don't actually know where it started is still one of the things that allows a lot of room for lots of speculation coming up. Will we ever know what the origins of covid nineteen and if we do. What difference does it make. Today and focus is supported by monday dot com. I work lives have become increasingly digital especially over the past year so picking the right platforms and software can make a crucial difference to your business. Monday dot com is a worker. Wes a customizable platform on which teams can manage anything. Projects processes leads client requests or. Whatever your team does with monday. Dot com manages have full visibility of what their team's working on no checking necessary so teams have autonomy yet manages. Get the insurance. They need to focus on the big picture and because it's beautifully designed and super intuitive monday. Dot com is very easy to use from startups ready to become the next big thing to global organizations with hundreds of moving parts teams any size and industry rely on monday dot com to plan track and manage their work. Monday dot com is. How effective teams meet their goals if you eighteen visit monday dot com via free two week. Trial peter the reason we want to know the answer to this is because the covid nineteen pandemic has been absolutely devastating for the planet at least three and a half million people have died and economies the world over have ground to a halt taking away livelihood with them so of course it matters where it all began but does understanding the origin. Actually make a difference to the disease itself and how we deal with it right now. It feels like you know quite a big destruction. We've just had a world. Health assembly. The focus of part of it was supposed to be on getting more vaccines to more people more fairly. It's not as if you can turn back the clock and say this has an econ wish to wake so you know the moment you feel the that should be a lot more focus on on dealing with the consequences of the pandemic but at the same time. It's clearly incredibly important. Given the the recent history of of these niro very dangerous krona viruses to understand where they're coming from how they're transmitted you know. Turn to sign up slightly everything against them so the you know the next corona virus through the motives from aback cave somewhere tell some doesn't kill millions more people so it's kind of. How do you balance those priorities. There are some people who working global health who are quite frustrated. By the way it's turned into a kind of a yabu sox competition between china and the us that seems to be informed by politics as much as by kind of global health priorities. Look i know that this is still the least likely explanation of where covid nineteen comes from but from everything you've told me it is not impossible sa- given that is the case with hindsight that this theory wasn't taken seriously enough because of the people talking up he was so clearly motivated negativity because of china was the theory. Too quickly dismissed. I think you probably was to a degree. i mean. give the reputation that a lot of these people had for Truthfulness for they're very partisan appreciation international issues to the absolute willingness to serve. Tell lies and spend fantasies. I think i think that probably got in the way of could scientific rigor even hops kind of rigor from the intelligence communities. And that's the us but the flip side of that says china is true as you've said that she has published papers in nature but let's be honest. China isn't known for its transparency. I mean china's not only not known for its transparency. I mean it's it's been. Actively churning out misinformation about corona virus only has self to blame for the way in which is priced so the transparency about this issue. I mean china is much to blame as the trump administration for casting a toxic fog around this just because someone is being obstructive and lacking transparency doesn't necessarily a some people believe supply with a motive. Only tells you is the the country that does not have a great culture of openness transparency. Isn't being open transparent. It's no.
"wuhan" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Line Today the president asked the intelligence community to redouble their efforts to collect and analyze information. That could bring us closer to a definitive conclusion and to a report back to him in ninety days. Constant background that you see biden announcing this review of the intelligence if you look at what he says he says it says no certainty and the intelligence communities and intelligence organizations to lean towards sinatra outbreak. One leans a little bit more toward slab lake syrian ways a year into this. I mean he is saying go back and do the work properly and come back and tell me what you really know. And that's where we are now. It's almost like a new beginning in some respects. It's interesting isn't at the biden with so much less baggage when it comes to diplomacy then trump is in a stronger position to initiate a serious conversation about this theory and has given. Us intelligence ninety days to report back on both this and the theory that and naturally emerged from animals. We'll wait to see what that says. But let's just interrogate what we know about this right now. I guess it all begins with the work of she. Zhonglin mentioned at the star who has collected samples of coronavirus embarks. Tell me about that. Work started beginning. There was an outbreak in two thousand twelve to miners. Who working with quantum got sick. She took samples that was sequenced. I mean it's known as our eighteen g attain on when you look at it. It's probably the closest in lineage of different corona viruses anonymous in humans that have been identified to covid in nine thousand. Eight cheers actually written about loose journals like nature. So that's how we know about it. There's no great mystery there. okay. I can see why this compelling to some a handful of people fall sick and the scientists come in. They collect samples of corona virus from the coppermine that these men were working again and then they carry a thousand miles to wuhan which some years later becomes the epicenter of a terrible pandemic. What were they actually doing with samples in the lab. One of the theories that's been doing the rounds is the somehow they were able to do this so called of gain of function research genetic manipulation of this this particular virus and this made it more dangerous now. This kind of research is controversial. I mean because it makes the virus more infectious but it's also designed to try and understand how more infectious pathogens that might emerge might work. And i guess it's important to say that they have denied doing the gain of function. Work that you've talked about on this particular sample if you believe what the chinese team has told the. Who researchers than they manage to genetically sequence that but corona virus but they were never able to culture it. They know what it looks like but they never played with it. One thing. that is really interesting. Is that the idea that this could have been the source of the pandemic was taken seriously by. She jinglin herself a read. How on december the thirtieth twenty nineteen. She got a phone call telling her about these new cases of pneumonia and we had and she admitted her first instinct was to panic. She raced back to the lab. She had sleepless nights so she thought this could be possible. Didn't she owner. I mean absolutely. I mean that the history of lab leagues is kind of you know is low and frightening a british lab santo live anthrax. I'm about in the last twenty years or so. I mean saw south escaped from two labs in beijing joining the coal soot that outbreak. There have been people who've accident infected themselves with the bowl in recent memory. It's probably wouldn't be surprising. Given the her knowledge of of the history of lab escapes. The you know she would think. Oh this wasn't elapsed. My only trie. He just pause laugh their swear where that she probably actually sat and she obviously went back in had to lock. Didn't say what does she find. She goes back those two things. That wav wuhan institute say they do the first thing they do. Is they look at the genetic sequence from what becomes known as nineteen and they look at the samples in their lab including this one that sekine cave. They have a sample which they they say. They've genetically sequence which has a ninety six percent match but they are not they are not identical. The other thing that they do is they look. They say that they are whether members of staff have been infected so when the who team goes to to wuhan visits the lab third told the serology. That's been darn on hand. Staff has come back as negative. The accident theory regained traction this week after a. Us intelligence report found three lab. Staffers in wuhan were hospitalized with covid symptoms in november of twenty nine thousand nine hundred from this then created by the fact that someone in the us intelligence community leaked to the wall street journal. Saying there were these three stuff who who got sick in november two thousand and nineteen. The problem is we don't know very much about the claim. It's not clear what they were sick with. It's not even clear what what source of this intelligence says accepted it. Non us intelligence that we shared with them and so far unverified for all the kind of questions around this right now. The other side of this is that it's really important work is it's kind of cutting edge work that although there are clearly controversies around how far you should push could help us in the future. When it comes to pandemics and environment i read the even the us had funded this lab in the past. Have they had any security.
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"Should we take it pizza. Beaumont you've had a very interesting task recently looking into the reemergence of the so-called lab leak there at the star of the pandemic the thinking was that covid nineteen had come from a seafood market in wuhan but even back then they cider that it had really escaped from a lab in the city was doing the rounds. Who was pushing it at the beginning when you get new disease outbreaks often get some conspiracy theories around them so when the first sars virus appeared there were claims the air have been created by the americans in fact china the same with the polar the same with lime disease that these constant refrain and in this in this area diseases. Come somehow from biological weapons program. The chinese communist party is there knowingly responsible for this. they're the enemy of the chinese people through the enemy. The citizens the united states in the enemy of mankind and they have to be held accountable and they have to be held responsible. Mean early on steve. Bannon was one of the people pushing not extreme theory. but then you have people trump and mike pump hair. My question is have you seen anything at this point that gives you a high degree of confidence that wuhan instituted rollie was the origin of this virus. Yes yes i have. And what gives you a high degree of confidence that this originated from the wuhan institute of i can't tell you. I'm not allowed to a lot of the the usual suspects on in right-wing broadcasting fox news those kinds of people it right now today if china has unleashed biological chemical biological warfare on the world. Not only the nice bit but on a world that i think it is the beginning of a new cold war which they have started and the united states needs to stand up to the choice to loosely defined theory i which is why people were immediately shunned it so quickly it was like wow look. There's this laboratory here not far from the seafood market. Therefore there must be some kind of a connection you know if i think about to that time there was all sorts of things being thrown around. There was even covert being. Caused by. Five g mass. We have engineers being attacked quebec. This has fast become a familiar sight. A cellular tower set ablaze. That it was all a big hoax and it didn't even exist. There is no evidence of any pandemic right now if any new disease. There's no evidence of a new virus if the lab leak theory was in a bracket with them that it was absurd even that it was driven by anti asian racism but was it the was making people dismissed the theory so strongly quite early on. I mean some of the scientific community. We're looking at going deep into the kinds of the family trees of these viruses and they were saying what they expect to see from. Naturally occurring virus spilled over from from animal population. And so that's one of the scientific consensus was there. Were different types of conspiracies. Doing the rounds went there. The more extreme idea of a deliberate at and then i guess the thing you heard more commonly but this could be an accidental leak from the william lap. China said the idea was insane. The world health organization traveled there and said there wasn't any evidence to support what it called. The trump administration's speculative claims twenty-seven scientists even wrote to the lancet in solidarity with scientists in china condemning conspiracy theories and saying that the evidence overwhelmingly pointed to the idea of covid nineteen originating naturally in wildlife. The animal theory if you like. Can you explain. Theory corona viruses. They jump from reservoir species and so intermediate species sometimes then into humans experience. A medical researchers and scientists have had with this kind of group of the sars outbreak in two thousand and two to three with us. They've seen a fairly similar picture began and bought populations and then moved into intermediate host of different kinds. Something like palm civics or In dromedaries there is this risk that this new class of diseases that can infect humans and can have serious consequences. Okay i time. The actual source of cape nineteen wasn't found and we heard of early cases not linked to that wet mark in wuhan out of quarantine. The who experts can finally begin their investigation on the ground. The question now is are they going to be taken for a ride in the world health organization. Return to wuhan in february this yea. Didn't they tell me about that. One thing to be absolutely clear about is the there was a lot of political to and froing about what the nature of any investigation to wuhan should be. There was political pressure on the world health organization at the same time you know they were in the business of trying to do the diplomatic negotiation to to gain access to wuhan to look at and you know part of those negotiations were. They were constrained in what they were allowed to go. Look up. essentially. They went to look at the believed animal origins world health organization. Experts have visited a chinese laboratory on their hunt for the origins of covid nineteen. The investigators left the wuhan institute of technology earlier wednesday. And i guess that is why when they were bad. There was reported criticism that they only got three hours inside the lab and that they had limited access to the raw data of the earliest cases of covid nineteen. But they did. They did do this investigation. What did they say afterwards when they came back the. They say that they believe the that. It's highly likely the it's jump between species highly unlikely that it's come from loudly or the work that has been done on the virus and trying to identify its origin. Continue to point towards a natural reservoir of this virus and similar viruses in bed. Put the world health organization who is politically astute. He sees what they've brought back he can see what's missing and so. He says he doesn't think the lobby theory. Theory is being investigated enough chinese. I've been more interesting than the findings of this report of the conclusions of this report is the timing of the statement by that the head of the who. Dr tetris chose this moment to add to criticize the fact that the investigators in hunt had no not enough access to any of the raw data in order to to do their work fully and also in contradiction with the findings of the report said. That's the theory required. Further probing and further investigation. Meanwhile you're getting that from the w. h. o. But you've got a huge change in the us you know last year. People dismissed the theory at least in part because of where it was coming from. Here was the president telling people to inject themselves with bleach and now offering no evidence on this some of the shot. Jocks who were pushing. This theory had very questionable motives. And we're folding in with other anti-china rhetoric given that we now have a new administration. How has that changed the conversation on this in the us. I think two things have happened on the one hand as some of the members of. Who's said publicly. They invited the united states to give many intelligence. They thought they had on the late theory. It's not as if that has been forthcoming. You have these claims that are being made but you know. During the trump administration people are not putting their money where their mouth is on this. Then you you have to change to a much. More cautious and diplomatic biden administration. He's seen as.
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"Today the return of the covid nineteen lab leak theory. What is i'm why has joe biden ordered an investigation into it in this episode. We're going to talk about a theory that frankly sounds like the plot of a disaster movie. Here's how it goes. It begins in a mine shaft in china's yunan province in the southwest corner of the country. It's pitch dark down there covered in fungus and foul smelling bat excrement. it's a breeding ground for infectious corona viruses that reside ambassador before jumping into other species. That's why it is of interest to shizhen glenn. The pioneering chinese scientists who discovered the source of the sars epidemic and his colleagues called her fat woman in admiration the is twenty twelve and she and her team and to the cave dressed in full protective equipment they placed nets at the mouth of the mind and wait for nightfall to catch bats midflight. Then they take their samples and travel a thousand miles into central china with our lab. The wuhan center for disease control and prevention is based as we know it is in this city seven years later. In one thousand nine hundred nine that a novel coronavirus emerges that is deadly to humans to begin here with the outbreak of a mystery virus in the now has the world health organization on edge. At least four people have died and hundreds more are sick. Though there are concerns five times as many people could be infringed. Chinese authorities notify the world help organization. They focus their attention on a local wet market selling exotic animals as food but a few miles away. Is she schengens lab. Where the corona virus sample taken from that bat cave in two twenty twelve shows a ninety six percent match to cove in one thousand nine hundred and so a theory begins to take hold. Could that be a link between this lab and the outbreak experts say the virus started in the chinese city of wuhan now spreading across asia strongly denied by china has been dismissed by many scientists as a wild conspiracy and the idea is still treated with extreme skepticism but president joe biden has now demanded that his intelligence services interrogate the origins of covid.
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"According to a guy who was working in the State Department who was in charge of the investigation into the origins of covert. It's virtually impossible is what he's conveying. All right. S so now. Now you've got like the press, by and large beginning to acknowledge some of this Well, that lab like there is looking pretty Good. New York Times, David Leonard. Said. The media made some massive mistakes or you think There's New York Times David Leonard, who, by the way to his credit, has been expressing some very honest opinions lately on It's possible Kobe escaping the Wuhan serious, Mr. Potato Head does Brian Stelter, But he's interviewing David Lab theory has been re evaluated. Been reckoned with all of a sudden what happened this week. Why is this back in the news? Well, so it's pretty clear that we don't Started it. Many people think the most likely explanation is that it jumped from an animal to a human being and at a food market in Wuhan, China, that is certainly plausible. But it's also plausible that wits with some research at a top virology lab in Wuhan, China, it somehow escaped from there. We don't know the answer. What happened? Woz? Ah, Bunch of people started arguing that it's likely escaped from this lab in Wuhan, and some of them were scientists who you've never heard of necessarily, and who made serious arguments. But some of them were conservative politicians like Senator Tom Cotton, and after cotton started doing it, Donald Trump. E think people made this mistake. I think a lot of people on the political last than a lot of people in the media made this mistake that Wow is Tom Cotton is saying something It can't be crew know? Yeah, it sounds like the party of Science. All right, more on this In a moment, some believable. This is what we have to deal with. You see the stuff you and I have to put up with every day. It's all right. We'll sort through it just like we always do. It's 5 44. Washington's mall. W M. A L were Washington comes to talk candidate for governor. Paid for this act. I've spent the last 30 years building business and creating jobs, leading a team of nearly 2000 people who trusted me to get things done. I didn't overcome life's challenges alone with my family and the faith that guides me. I persevered through hardship. That's exactly what Virginians have done in the face of covert 19 Virginia is being tested. But what we need isn't another politician or worse. The same politician is happening in our commonwealth. Something historic Something new, something that brings hope and excitement. Possibility. I stand before you today prepared to leave, dedicated, disturb and profound, humble. By the trustee replacing in me, and I am honored to accept your nomination for governor would never 5 45 now W. M a L traffic.
"wuhan" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Washingtonians and chat. Here's it's different man washington's just a different kind of place. It's cool i mean and i'll just say it this way i wasn't born here but i you know but i got here's quick as i could right that's all zig ziglar line but i thought it steal it for a second It's just a different kind of place fan you know it's and portland oregon is portland's not much different. It's it's also You know just odd so anyway Back into the content here The israelis have a pretty good grasp on where hamas command and control facilities. Are they know where these guys are. They know where they operate. They know how they they do. The whole nine yards and they know where their leaders are. And so when these guys start firing rockets at israel israel is gonna take them out and they knew where one of their command and control centers was and it was in the building that housed the associated press offices. Now apparently the pieces they didn't know that hamas in their building or that they were in hamas building. How you want to phrase that which leads me to question how good they are at their job. If you're reporters you would think that a military operation command and control operation in your own building. Wouldn't escape your notice. But such is the p. And maybe that tells you a lot about the reporting from the middle east regardless. Benjamin netanyahu weighed in on what had happened there. And here's here. He is the precision of that targeting is Been up for question. There's been a lot of focus on the bombing on saturday. Gaza a building that housed the associated. Press and al jazeera the committee to protect journalists demanded detailed and documented justification this morning. There's a jerusalem post story that says the americans were shown a smoking gun that proof that hamas was in that building. What is that proof. And did you show it to the americans. Well we share it with our american friends all that intelligence in years the intelligence we had. It's about palestinian terrorist. A an intelligence office for the palestinian terrorist organization housed in that building that plots organizes the terror attacks against israeli civilians so perfectly legitimate target. And i can tell you that. We took every precaution to make sure that there were no civilian injuries. In fact no dense no injuries whatsoever. Can't say injuries. I don't know if somebody received a fragment of a stone. I don't know that but no people were killed now. Imagine asking us. How's that possible. You'll see these high rise towers that are used by hamas over and over again they collapsed and no one is killed. Why does that happen. Because we unlike hamas take special precautions to tell people leave the building. Leave the premises. We make sure that everyone is gone before we bring down those terrorists facilities. And that's the difference between israel hamas. They deliberately target our cities deliberately. Target our civilians that glorified the death of children and civilians and old people. They are happy with it. I think they're happy with any deaths are caused to then we grieve for every noncombatant loss in gaza and we grieve for all our civilians. Who diamond is not happy with it. And we try to minimize it and he said something interesting there. He said we grieve for every loss of theirs. We agree for every loss of life hours. And there's and they. He said we believe are happy even with their own losses and i think he's right about that. I do think that they're happy. With their own losses. They are totally content to see women and children die because it gives energy to the squad and those kinda people not in the trust me. This isn't just about the. Us there's the equivalent of the squad in all kinds of countries and all kinds of legislatures anti-semitism an anti israel sentiment is not limited to the us by any means Mike pompeo Like i said was on marita bar. Romo's we played the one clip here. He is again. This is going to be the next one down call. That's the one that says direct line and so here's mike pompeo. I've been telling you that that. The by administration empowering iran was going to be the thing that leads to destabilization of the middle east. Here's mike pompeo saying the same thing. I think abraham accords will survive because it was good for the people of the united arab emirates of bahrain and israel i think those leaders will ensure that these accords survive but every single step the biden administration has taken to date puts them at greater risk and put those friends and allies and partners of ours in the middle east digressed. There is maria a direct line. There is a direct line between appeasement and war. We worked for four years to create pieces to build in the middle east and we made clear to the palestinian thirty knocking to underwrite. You want. I can send american taxpayer money to the palestinians while you're still committed to wiping israel off the face of the earth. This administration came in and immediately began underwriting. The palestinians again. They headed billions of dollars over to the iranians in terms of absence of enforcement of sanctions. The iranians are underwriting very terrorists who are firing rockets into jerusalem and tel aviv. Today this is crazy. This is bad for our friend and partner israel. it's bad for the broader middle east and it puts american lives at risk as well. These these sets of policies are completely one hundred eighty degrees out of the things that we now know. Marie give you one more example. Remember they said that exactly. This kind of thing would happen if we moved the. Us embassy to jerusalem. They said they'll be war. They'll be firing of rockets all the while. We've moved to the embassy. None of that happened when this ministration refused to allow the israelis to do the things that they need to do to defend themselves. That's when you get conflict like you see today between israel and the palestinians.
"wuhan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Your Exam online Today. In certain states. I exams provided by independent ophthalmologist See stores for details. Mayor Vandeveld A. B G on traffic Central, as we've been mentioning windshields hunkering below zero for most of this week, tonight and tomorrow expected to be the worst of this current stretch. We have had some snow this morning. It's currently ah little bit lighter on the snow fronts. But again, temperatures are lingering below zero and much more snow expected tonight various areas along the lake could get up to 14 inches. We'll get the full of forecast coming up in just a few moments, Cook County monitoring conditions and keeping the 1500 lane miles safer Drivers, the Department of Transportation and Highways also advising people to keep emergency kits in the car. In case it gets stuck or breaks down. Basic safety. Kids included. Shovel windshield scraper, small broom flashlight with charged batteries, jumper cables. And also a battery powered radio also recommended to keep water, snacks, blankets and other clothes in case investigation by the World Health Organization reveals the cove in 19 outbreak in Wuhan was much more widespread in December of 2019 than previously thought. Investigators discovered there were already more than a dozen strains of the virus in Wuhan at that time. The origins of the disease may have been spreading in China Long before mid December. The team was presented with 174 mild cases of the virus in December of 2019. Scientists say that mean there could have been more than 1000 already circulating at that time. Back locally. A Chicago police officer help make a special delivery in O'Hare Airport was on patrol yesterday morning when he spotted what looked like a stranded driver. But it turned out to be a woman in labor. The officer called paramedics, but the baby wasn't going to wait. So we helped that deliver the little boy the mother and baby are doing just fine officer did not want to be named but is a 25 year veteran and plans to retire in just two weeks. WGN Sports The Blackhawks in Detroit facing the Red Wings tonight, trying John have the call at six o'clock. Puck drops at 6 30 Bowls in Indiana facing the Pacers and the forecast from the per Maciel, whether center right now again, we are under a winter weather. Winter storm warning. That is until tomorrow we're expecting anywhere.
"wuhan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"George Bureau identifies two FBI agents killed in the line of duty this morning as special agents Daniel often and Lauren, Schwarzenberger, Dan and Laura. Left home this morning to carry out the mission they signed up for and loved to do. To keep the American people safe. They were fatally shot in sunrise, Florida while executing a search warrant involving child porn. Three other FBI agents were injured, two requiring hospitalization. Suspect also died during the shootout. Senate Democrats are moving ahead with President Biden's coronavirus rescue plan over Republican objections. The AP Soccer Makani on a private call, the president and his treasury chief told them the GOP's alternative to his $1.9 trillion package is too small. Majority leader Chuck Schumer had said earlier there'd be no delaying or diluting the stimulus package because the demands of the American people Are so real and so large Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell. We're off to a Totally partisan start. The White House says the president remains open to dialogue with Republicans on potential adjustments. U. S. Senator Mitt Romney, Republican for Utah, tells reporters the Republican Party should distance itself from newly elected representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, Republican for Georgia. Our party isn't big enough to have both conservatives and coops person, who spoke on condition of anonymity, tells The Associated Press that Democrats told House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy that if he didn't remove green from her house committees the House would vote to do so. It's Wednesday in Wuhan, China, where a team of investigators from the World Health Organization got a look inside the research center. That's been the subject of speculation about the origins of the Corona virus. The team's mission is to gather data and search for clues as to where the virus originated and how it's spread. Three people were hurt and an explosion on a film set in less Angeles Today, it happened in a mixed use industrial neighborhood of Santa Clarita 30 miles north of the downtown area. The L. A county fire department says three ambulances took victims to hospitals in critical condition. Watch news Nation every night on WGN America or go on the news nation now at produce around the clock, I'm thick fawn. A chance for a snow than a big cool down in time for the weekend. Mostly cloudy force early tonight. Clouds decrease.
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"City of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. If it's to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bus It's one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants. Yelled on You is a Wuhan resident, so Seo pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet. There's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara passes Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties by the early 60 T was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told AP about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I bagged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you Entrancing and no girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker..
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"The city of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. If it's to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bus It's one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants. Yelled on. You is a Wuhan resident so you should take the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet. There's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I'm Sarah Bassett's Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties by the early 60 T was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told AP about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I bagged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you Entrancing and no girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to the AP Radio.
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"The city of Wuhan and China announced the world's first coronavirus lock down a year ago, The bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight. When your own life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million, even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious Variants yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara passes one year has passed since the city of Wuhan in China announced the world's first coronavirus lockdown. A year ago, the bustling central Chinese industrial Center of Wuhan was brought to a virtual standstill almost overnight One year on life has largely returned to normal in the city of 11 million. Even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of the virus is more contagious. Variance yelled on You is a Wuhan resident so that the pandemic has not been eliminated. Yet there's still the possibility of a re emergence and it said that we should take precautions. Efforts to vaccinate people for covert 19 have been frustrated by limited supplies in some parts of China. I am Sara Busses, Brooklyn born King began his career at a small Miami radio station in the late 19 fifties. By the early sixties, he was a local celebrity at a larger station with a newspaper column. By the late seventies, King hosted the first nationwide radio call in show opening to the Larry King Show. Then he got his CNN show. He told they be about his interview style in 1994. I think you learn more through good questioning and sincere curiosity. Then you do through badgering. I never learned anything when I badged your people and said the job helped his love life was 23 years old. I was filling in for the Old Knight guy and a voice called me and said, I find you entrancing. No girl had ever called me in my whole life. King was married eight times to seven women twice to the same one work, King once said. It's the easiest thing to do. I'm Julie Walker. Thank you for listening to.
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"For your time. 7 16 right now on Colorado's Morning news. So how secure is the nation's capital ahead of next week's inauguration? FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor. I have. The utmost confidence in the agency is the law enforcement partners who have developed and are implementing a comprehensive security plan. Vice President Mike Pence visiting FEMA headquarters for a security briefing on Thursday in anticipation of possible violence during inauguration Week, California's governor is activating 1000 National Guard troops to his state Capitol, California will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated. Gavin Gavin Newsom says A pro trump rally was set to take place on inauguration there that day. But the organizer was denied a permit The World Health Organization team now and the Chinese city of Wuhan to investigate the origins of the pandemic Scientific data shoes, It could be In some other places as well. We still need collection data that Chinese doctor doesn't believe that covered 19 started there. The W H O team will have to be quarantined for two weeks before continuing their research was Denver's vaccine rollout going, city health official Bob McDonald says it's ramping up. We've added over 20 more pharmacies, so we have well over 20 pharmacies now that are authorized to accept vaccine and administered Denver officials are asking the incoming Biden administration to give local governments more control over the distribution coming up on Colorado's morning news We check in live was one of the impeachment managers Congresswoman Diana to get She joins us in here Just about five minutes or so. We checked the drive again with John.