After 3 years of constant denial, it looks like the Biden regime’s Department of Energy has finally joined Team Lab Leak.
What took you so long, lefties? Did you need a personal invitation from the virus itself?
For months, the Energy Department’s official stance on Covid’s origin was “undecided.”
But now, after being briefed on some juicy classified intelligence, the Administration has finally come to its senses and decided that the virus likely came from a lab leak. Kind of like President Trump suggested the very moment the virus emerged.
I am wondering what kind of classified information they needed to confirm any kind of news that China had a role in this crisis. And if they’re keeping that information classified, how bad is it, really? It must be pretty damning.
While the Energy Department is now in good company with those who have always believed the virus leaked from the Wuhan lab, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are still clinging onto the wet market theory. I mean, really? The wet market? That theory was almost immediately debunked but whatever gets those guys paid, I guess.
In the early days of the pandemic, Fauci and other bureaucrats worked to “put down” the idea of a lab leak, despite other scientists suggesting it as a possibility. They even trashed the careers of those who didn’t fall in like with Fauci’s theories.
But now, Dr. Fauci has a “completely open mind” about it. How convenient.
GOP Rep. Jim Jordan said it best: “So the government caught up to what Real America knew all along.” It’s about time the Energy Department got on the same page as the rest of us.
Tomorrow, the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic will hold a roundtable to examine the policy decisions made throughout the pandemic.
Let’s hope they don’t waste too much time trying to talk about what we already know and get to the holding people accountable for the lies that cost millions of jobs, lives, and crashed our economy.