British intelligence is reportedly supporting US investigations into the origins of Covid-19 after President Joe Biden ordered 90 days to discover how the virus originated.
Intelligence officials in the UK have conducted their own investigation into the origins of the pandemic amid allegations that Covid leaked from a laboratory in Wuhan, China.
And a senior security source from Whitehall told me The Telegraph that British intelligence is also cooperating with the new American investigation in an effort to “establish the truth.”
The source told the publication, “We contribute what information we have about Wuhan, and also offer to assist the American in confirming and analyzing any information they have that we can help with.”
A Whitehall security source reportedly said British intelligence agencies are assisting with US investigations into Covid’s origins. Pictured: researchers from the Wuhan Institute of Virology
The origin of the virus is being re-explored with the collapse of the scientific consensus that it arose from human contact with an infected animal, with some experts now claiming that the virus was caused by humans.
David Asher, who led a task force investigating Covid’s origins, said evidence pointed to a leak from a biological weapons program at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that the Chinese government has repeatedly denied.
This week, President Joe Biden ordered the intelligence community to re-examine how the virus originated, including the theory of laboratory accidents. He ordered a 90-day intelligence agency to get to the bottom of the question.
To be The announcement followed the revelation that a previously undisclosed intelligence report had been made to the White House, claiming that several researchers from the Wuhan Institute had been hospitalized for illness in November 2019. The document was revealed this week by the Wall Street Journal.
Both the US and Great Britain are making higher demands on the World Health Organization to further investigate the origin of the virus, including a return visit to China, where the first human infections were discovered.
US health officials have also come under fire for allegedly funding controversial and risky experiments by researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
This week, President Joe Biden (pictured) ordered the intelligence community to investigate how the virus originated, including the theory that the virus emerged during a laboratory accident in Wuhan.
US House Republican Whip Steve Scalise and more than 200 of his GOP colleagues have also called on Nancy Pelosi to lead her Democratic-led committees to investigate China’s complicity in causing the Covid pandemic.
In a letter to the Democratic House chairman, Republicans said there is “growing evidence that the pandemic started in a Chinese laboratory” and that the Chinese Communist Party “covered it up.”
If so, the CCP is responsible for the deaths of nearly 600,000 Americans and millions more worldwide. These questions about the CCP’s liability are not a distraction, as you falsely claimed, ”the letter reads.
Meanwhile, an explosive new study claims Chinese scientists created Covid in a Wuhan lab, then tried to cover their tracks by reverse-engineered versions of the virus to appear as if it had evolved naturally from bats.
The authors of the article, British professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian scientist Dr. Birger Sørensen, wrote that they’ve had ‘prima facie evidence of retro-engineering in China’ for a year – but were ignored by academics and major journals.
Dalgleish is a professor of oncology at St George’s University in London and is best known for his breakthrough in creating the first working ‘HIV vaccine’ to treat diagnosed patients and keep them off medication for months.
Sørensen, a virologist, is chairman of the pharmaceutical company Immunor, which has developed a candidate vaccine against coronavirus called Biovacc-19. Dalgleish also has stock options in the company.
The shocking allegations in the study include allegations of “deliberate destruction, concealment or contamination of data” in Chinese laboratories, as well as the silencing and disappearance of scientists in the communist country speaking out.
The magazine article, obtained by DailyMail.com, will spark waves among the scientific community, as the majority of experts have, until recently, firmly denied that the origin of COVID-19 was anything other than a natural infection that sprang from animals to humans.
While analyzing COVID-19 samples last year in an effort to create a vaccine, Dalgleish and Sørensen discovered ‘unique fingerprints’ in the virus that they say could only have originated from manipulation in a lab.
David Asher, who led a task force investigating Covid’s origins, said evidence pointed to a leak of a biological weapons program at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (pictured)
While China has tried to insist that the virus came from elsewhere, academics have begun to consider the possibility that it escaped the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
They said they tried to publish their findings, but were rejected by major scientific journals at the time who were determined that the virus naturally jumped from bats or other animals to humans.
Even when former MI6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove said publicly that the scientists’ theory needed to be investigated, the idea was dismissed as’ fake news’.
More than a year later, leading academics, politicians and the media finally turned around and began to think about the possibility that COVID-19 escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China – a laboratory that experimented with manipulating viruses, among other things. to increase their infectivity. study their possible effects on humans.
Dalgleish and Sørensen have written a new study concluding that “SARS-Coronavirus-2 has no credible natural ancestor” and that it is “beyond a reasonable doubt” that the virus was created through “laboratory manipulation.”
In the 22-page paper to be published in the scientific journal Quarterly Review of Biophysics Discovery, the scientists describe their months-long ‘forensic analysis’, looking back on experiments conducted in the Wuhan laboratory between 2002 and 2019.