The official version handled by most mainstream media outlets is that the Covid-19 virus originated from a wet market in the city of Wuhan, China. It reportedly came from dead meat of either a bat or a pangolin, but there are many emerging inconsistencies in this version of the story. In a recent book called ‘The Truth about Wuhan’ written by epidemiologist Adrew Huff, there is a scandalous claim that has been considered a conspiracy theory for the last two years. According to Huff, the virus was man-made but there is another revelation that will make heads turn.
Andrew Huff worked at one of Wuhan‘s labs where they experimented with different dangerous pathogens. He used to work at a non-profit that studied viruses and blames the American government for creating the virus. According to Huff, Covid-19 leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. He claims to have been there when the American government was funding the study and creation of many viruses but they didn’t have the best security inside the premises when he was there. Mounting evidence keeps making this story more intriguing by the minute, evidence suggests Huff could be telling the truth.
The World Health Organization kept denying this claim
During the early stages of the pandemic, the World Health Organization maintined that wet market version and denied any claim that opposed it. However, chairman Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus reportedly told a European politician he feared the virus did leak from the lab in what he dubbed a ‘catastrophic accident‘.
For years, experts who have studied this case believe the virus was either leaked through an infected scientist or improper waste disposal from the facility. Huff worked for non-profit EcoHealth Alliance and became the company’s vicepresident. This company has studied different coronaviruses in bats for over a decade with funds from the National Institutes of Health. They have developed close ties to the Wuhan lab for years.
Here’s what Huff wrote: “Foreign laboratories did not have the adequate control measures in place for ensuring proper biosafety, biosecurity, and risk management, ultimately resulting in the lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. We helped the Wuhan lab put together the best existing methods to engineer bat coronaviruses to attack other species. China knew from day one that this was a genetically engineered agent. The US government is to blame for the transfer of dangerous biotechnology to the Chinese.”