A new Senate report has found that the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) had a history of biosafety failures, which could have led to the accidental release of the COVID-19 virus.
The report, which was released by the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, found that the WIV had a “poor track record” of biosafety compliance and that there were “serious concerns” about the safety of the lab’s research on bat coronaviruses.
The report also found that the WIV had been working on gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses, which is a type of research that could make viruses more dangerous.
The report’s findings have added to the growing body of evidence that supports the theory that the COVID-19 virus may have leaked from the WIV.
The theory that the COVID-19 virus leaked from the WIV has been met with resistance from the Biden administration, which has repeatedly claimed that there is no evidence to support the theory.
However, the Senate report’s findings suggest that the Biden administration may be wrong.
The report’s findings are a major blow to the Biden administration, and they could have serious implications for the future of U.S.-China relations.
The report’s findings also raise serious questions about the safety of the WIV, and they call into question the Biden administration’s decision to continue funding the lab.
The Senate report’s findings are a wake-up call for the Biden administration. They show that the administration has been wrong to dismiss the theory that the COVID-19 virus leaked from the WIV.
Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS) said, “This report is a crucial development in getting to the bottom of COVID-19’s true origins and exposing the deception of those that sought to conceal how this pandemic started.”
My new bombshell report has evidence that supports:
❌ There were most likely not one but TWO leaks of the virus dating back to 2019.
❌ The CCP was responding to the coronavirus months before the rest of the world knew it existed.
⁰❌ COVID-19 originated in a Wuhan lab. pic.twitter.com/q14DtyjVmQ
— Dr. Roger Marshall (@RogerMarshallMD) April 18, 2023