Biden’s intelligence agencies bow to Beijing and claim they can’t make a conclusion on COVID


The US intelligence community has told President Joe Biden it couldn’t come to a clear conclusion on COVID’s origins — because China wouldn’t provide the needed information. No kidding. China has been covering up from the start of the pandemic that’s killed 4 million worldwide, which is just one of many clues that COVID likely leaked from a Wuhan lab. But Biden’s intel agencies don’t want to go there. Biden ordered the probe in May, a day after news broke of his administration’s shutdown of a similar State Department inquiry. Tuesday, he got what he plainly wanted, a classified report that was inconclusive on whether the virus jumped from animals to humans or escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, or WIV, located where the pandemic began. “If China’s not going to give access to certain data sets, you’re never really going to know,” one unnamed official told The Wall Street Journal. But growing evidence points to a lab leak (which itself explains China’s stonewall). If an animal passed the virus on to humans, some of the species should have COVID now, but no such critter’s been found, despite Chinese scientists’ extensive search.

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