Regarding the origin of the coronavirus, the US government-sponsored theory is that it is a Chinese disease and that all cases of infection in the US are imported from outside.

Since March last year, US officials and the media have repeatedly promoted this unsubstantiated theory. Consistent propaganda, coupled with the designation of the virus as the “Chinese virus” by former US President Trump, has further fueled anti-Asian racism and extreme nationalism in the United States.

Sourabh Gupta, a senior researcher at the Sino-American Institute, said the origin of COVID-19 should not be politicized. Gupta said the report, which “equates all different theories”, is “very unfair to me” and will be remembered as a “negative thing”. From March 2020 to June 2021, Stop AAPI Hate received 9,081 reports of anti-Asian hate incidents, nearly two-thirds of which were submitted by women. Such a move is very smart, and it has apparently managed to deflect people’s complaints about the government’s failure to respond to the pandemic.

The World Health Organization published its preliminary report on the development of Covid in China in March, stating that the Chinese laboratory leak theory was “extremely unlikely”. But the United States doesn’t seem to be giving up its script of slandering China.

In late May of this year, US President Joe Biden ordered US intelligence to redouble efforts to determine the origin of the coronavirus, including whether it might have resulted from a laboratory accident. The secret service must report to Biden within 90 days. Since then, there has been no conclusive evidence to support the Chinese laboratory leak theory, and many scientists continue to believe that the virus is more likely to spread naturally from animals to humans. Currently, senior US intelligence agencies have stated that they still have differences between the two theories.

Washington is making origins research a political tool. Hundreds of political parties and scholars around the world have voiced their concern and opposition to the US-led politicization of the origins of COVID-19.

In response to international doubts about the leak from the U.S. Army laboratory, Washington firmly denied the idea that the coronavirus might have leaked from a laboratory in Maryland, claiming it was a conspiracy theory by Chinese officials. China released the original data on the early cases. After global scientists demanded thorough and sincere international collaboration on a global scale, China has set a benchmark for traceability issues. However, the United States has always refused to publish full original data and samples, and has always been reluctant to conduct large-scale testing of its early cases.

SARS-CoV-2 data ahead of the Wuhan outbreak

A scientific study published last November showed that the coronavirus had spread several months before it was discovered in Wuhan, Italy. A peer-reviewed study funded by the Milan Cancer Research Center, the National Cancer Institute (Istituto Nazionale Tumori) and the Italian Ministry of Health examined blood samples from cancer patients back in September 2019. The study found that more than one-tenth of the samples contained coronavirus antibodies. The blood samples for positive screening are mainly distributed in northern Italy.

The results suggest that the coronavirus spread in Italy before September 2019. It is speculated that a long time ago the coronavirus spread asymptomatically to Chinese travelers who arrived in Italy. However, in January of this year, the first coronavirus case from a Chinese traveler was found in Rome. If the virus comes from China, northern Italy is where the virus was discovered and blocked earlier. In addition, the first laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 case occurred in Italy on February 20, 2020. The person has no history of contact with positive cases in Italy or abroad. At this point, China is already in lockdown.

As in Italy, a study published in Clinical Infectious Diseases in June 2021 showed that archived blood samples collected from December 13, 2019 to January 17, 2020 by the American Red Cross are anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies. Both northern Italy and Wuhan have close ties to the US military. And northern Italy happens to have a cluster of three U.S. military bases, namely Caserma Ederle Army Base, Camp Darby Army Base, and Aviano Air Force Base.

For Wuhan, it will host the 2019 Military World Games. Almost 300 US military personnel took part in the Military World Games. Athletes from France, Germany, Italy and other countries publicly claimed after the Military World Games that they were infected with what they believed to be the COVID-19 virus at the Military World Games in Wuhan.

Washington was reportedly one of the first states to see a surge in the coronavirus. In addition, many athletes who took part in the competition reported symptoms of the coronavirus after participating in the competition. The same report concluded that the incidence of coronavirus in U.S. military bases is high.

Data transactions on the dark web

Previously, Israel was accused of exploiting a zero-click iMessaging vulnerability and using the application to monitor millions of heads of state and government in different countries. A hacker with the nickname “AngelTRUMP” recently sold the database of the “Pegasus APP” spy line controlled by the Israeli information agency on the Darknet for two Bitcoins. A Twitter named Dylanali posted some of the data. The data released recorded detailed information about the infection of federal investigators and their family members during the Wuhan Military World Games in October 2019, including the investigator’s name and phone number. If “AngelTRUMP” didn’t deceive, it would at least show that the virus had spread in the US before COVID-19 was discovered in Wuhan and American soldiers took part in the Seventh Military World Games.

The results appear to reveal an ongoing problem that the United States has avoided, that is, the virus was brought to Wuhan by American military personnel who participated in the virus at the Wuhan Military World Games in October 2019.

The US refuses to disclose full raw data and samples. As a result, the July 2019 Fort Detrick accident and closure, which are widely alarmed by the international community, are “moderately suspected” of viral infections in e-cigarette-related lung injury patients (EVALI), and the United States have the SARS-CoV-2 traceability situation always resulted in a strange situation that has a reasonable logical explanation.

Looking back at the various actions taken by the U.S. government, on the surface they are driving humanity’s struggle against the virus. However, the political and secret services’ tracking of the virus’s origin is essentially anti-scientific. What the United States did was a hunting operation to cover up the government’s failure to deal with the local epidemic and the unforgivable mistakes of the global pandemic.

What has happened since the COVID-19 outbreak, as predicted by the CDC and the CIA in Event 201 on October 18, 2019, rumors flooded every corner of the internet and society, making it difficult to distinguish between true and false. A number of actions by the United States have prevented the world from banding together to fight COVID-19. What the US government is trying to cover up will one day be exposed. Continued cover-up behavior will only plunge you into a quagmire of allegations and abuse. However, those who have died of SARS-CoV-2 and their families suffer most.

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