Smoking gun? Wuhan lab bought COVID tester in November 2019

Former U.S intel chief says where there’s smoke, there’s a lot of fire

Art MooreBy Art Moore
Published September 29, 2021 at 7:51pm

Wuhan Institute of Virology (Wikimedia Commons)

The Wuhan Institute of Virology in the 11-million-strong Chinese city bought a PCR machine in November 2019 to test coronaviruses, according to Chinese security data that was wiped from the web and later recovered by cybersecurity experts.

The revelation is part of an investigation by Sky News Australia reporter Sharri Markson presenting evidence that the pandemic began with a virus engineered by researchers at the Wuhan lab who were partly funded by Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

Markson presents findings from her new book, “What Really Happened in Wuhan,” in a one-hour Sky News Australia feature, which is embedded at the end of this article.

The report of the purchase of the PCR machine coincides with the intelligence report cited by the Wall Street Journal that researchers from the Wuhan lab became sick with COVID-like symptoms and sought hospital care in November 2019.

Markson discovered there was a “buy up” in Wuhan of PCR equipment used to test for coronaviruses in October 2019. The next month a machine was purchased by the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

She asked former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe if he was aware of the purchase by the Wuhan lab.



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