Steven W. Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute, recently penned an article for the New York Post positing the idea that the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) may have been unleashed by tainted laboratory animals that were sold on the black market as food.
In China, there exists what are known as “wet markets” where animals once used for scientific testing are sold for their meat. And there’s a strong possibility that lab animals specifically from China’s only level-4 research laboratory, which just so happens to be located in Wuhan, are what caused this widespread outbreak.
Since the crisis first emerged, rumors have been circulating as to the true source of the novel disease, which many have speculated probably came from that level-4 lab. But Mosher’s hypothesis links the wet market aspect to the outbreak in a way that, ironically enough, has similarities to the communist Chinese government’s initial accusation that the Wuhan coronavirus (CoVid-19) came from the Huanan Wild Seafood Market.
In his article, Mosher cites as evidence new guidelines that were released by the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology that call for “strengthening biosecurity management in microbiology labs that handle advanced viruses like the novel coronavirus.” This statement, he suggests, points to China’s awareness that lab animals could be spreading deadly diseases when their corpses are sold as meat.
This directive, according to Mosher, is implicitly aimed at the Wuhan facility, and further suggests that the Ministry of Science and Technology in China knows full well that precautionary measures need a boost to prevent this type of thing from happening again in the future.
Another major red flag that validates Mosher’s claims is the fact that Major General Chen Wei, who serves as the Chinese military’s top expert in biological warfare, had been dispatched to Wuhan back in January to deal with this ongoing crisis. And wouldn’t you know it, but Chen has an extensive background in conducting research on coronaviruses.
“This would not be her first trip to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, either, since it is one of only two bioweapons research labs in all of China,” says Mosher about Chen’s relationship with Wuhan’s level-4 biosafety lab.
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Chinese lab technicians have a history of selling experimental animals to vendors who peddle meat at wet markets
According to Mosher, it’s a relatively common occurrence for Chinese lab technicians to take the animals they’ve been experimenting on and sell them to vendors who then turn them into meat that’s sold at wet markets specifically in Wuhan.
“Instead of properly disposing of infected animals by cremation, as the law requires, they sell them on the side to make a little extra cash. Or, in some cases, a lot of extra cash,” Mosher writes.
“One Beijing researcher, now in jail, made a million dollars selling his monkeys and rats on the live animal market, where they eventually wound up in someone’s stomach.”
Evidence continues to mount suggesting that this is precisely how the SARS epidemic started, as local lab workers were scrounging up the post-experimental animals in their places of work and, much like Planned Parenthood has been doing with aborted baby body parts, illegally trafficking and selling them on the black market for profit.
“The evidence points to SARS-CoV-2 research being carried out at the Wuhan Institute of Virology,” Mosher contends.
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