Updated: Sep 16, 2022
So here’s a bit of interesting information of which I’m quite sure most people are unaware. This sort of thing has been floating around for some time – in some cases more than a year – but since it doesn’t fit the narrative that our overlords want to push or that our media imbeciles are happy to propagate, this kind of stuff doesn’t get much oxygen. Spoiler alert: we’re heading into what many would consider “conspiracy-theory land” so if you want to get off the ride, now’s the time. If you’re hanging around, I’ll keep this one short and sweet. I promise. This came to my attention from a guy named Michael Senger on substack.
Recently, CNN published a “report with this headline (my bold): “New studies agree that animals sold at Wuhan market are most likely what started Covid-19 pandemic” in which we’re told “"It's a real thing…It's just not plausible that this virus was introduced any other way than through the wildlife trade." There you go, mystery solved, give Scooby a snack; COVID came from some bat that lives in a remote cave hundreds of miles from the wet market…or a pangalin, or something. The fact that tens of thousands of food animals have been tested (which is how we explain the virus getting from a bat in a remote cave hundreds of miles away into a human) and not one showed the virus is just an inconvenient fact. Apparently the ONE animal which was infected got eaten and is no longer around to tell its tale. SCIENCE!
Anyway, the child-pretending-to-be-a-reporter from CNN who wrote the aforementioned “report” bases her assertions on this paper entitled “The Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market in Wuhan was the early epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic” which was published a few weeks ago in the journal “Science” in which the authors tell us “These reports confirm that most of the earliest human cases centered around the Huanan Seafood Wholesale Market. Within the market, the data statistically located the earliest human cases to one section where vendors of live wild animals congregated and where virus-positive environmental samples concentrated…The precise events surrounding virus spillover will always be clouded, but all of the circumstantial evidence so far points to more than one zoonotic event occurring in Huanan market in Wuhan, China, likely during November–December 2019…We show here that the earliest known COVID-19 cases from December 2019, including those without reported direct links, were geographically centered on this market.” This paper was written by what are considered “leading virologists” so some might question who I think I am in questioning their very expert findings. As you know, I am not a virologist…or an immunologist, or an epidemiologist, or a mathemagician, or a tiny little man who refers to himself in the third person (a sure sign of either megalomania or a deep-seated inferiority complex), or an intellectually challenged, politically appointed head of the CDC or “COVID czar”. I’m not even a doddering old guy who shows ALL his chompers when he says “vac-cin-ated”. But I’m also not a power-hungry or money-hungry liar, so I figure those things all balance out in the end.
Moving on, the problem with this paper asserting that they show “the earliest known COVID-19 cases from December 2019…we have access to the home locations of the earliest known 174 COVID-19 cases in the world,” simply isn’t true.
A peer-reviewed report published more than a year ago (July 2021) entitled “The presence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA in human sewage in Santa Catarina, Brazil, November 2019” found “SARS-CoV-2 RNA was detected as early as 27th November 2019, 56 days in advance of the first COVID-19 confirmed case in the Americas (in the USA), 91 days in advance of the first case in Brazil, and 97 days in advance of the first confirmed case in Santa Catarina Region. This demonstrates that SARS-CoV-2 was being shed within the community for several months prior to the first cases being reported by regional, national or Pan-American authorities.”
Another study published in early February of 2021 found “This report suggests that SARS-CoV-2 infection may have occurred as early as November 2019 in France.”
And another paper just published out of Italy found “The earliest sample with
evidence of SARS-CoV-2 RNA was from September 12, 2019, and the positive patient was also positive for anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies”
I’m sure there’s more, but I promised to keep it short. My question here is, how do you explain this? If you’re a CNN fan you "know” that COVID came out of some unidentified animal in a “wet market” and those who don’t “know” that are crackpots and probably fascists (at least semi-fascists for sure). But several other reliable, peer-reviewed studies show the presence of the “novel” coronavirus all over the world BEFORE December 2020; and the inconvenient fact that we can’t find an actual animal vector in Wuhan is problematic, isn’t it?
Of course, there’s a report published on December 1, 2020 that tells us of the 17 million minks, both sick and healthy, killed (illegally) in Denmark in November 2020 because “We would rather go a step too far than take a step too little to combat Covid-19,”. This based on “The virus, officials said, spread from human handler to mink, mutated, and then spread back to humans.” That was in November of 2020. Now I’m also not a calendarist, but I’m pretty sure November comes before December. By the way, in what is just another in a LONG line of stupid, after they killed 17 million minks, they buried them in shallow graves only to have the minks start popping back up and then they had to dig up 17 million minks to rebury them properly. LEADERS!
As I often say, pay attention to the language. If you consume mainstream media, you KNOW this thing of course came out of a Chinese wet market, but that determination if actually very far from being made, and there is plenty of science concerning the structure of the virus itself which would say there’s no way this wasn’t made in a lab. In any event, shouldn’t we truly know by now where this virus came from? A lab, a wet market, Anthony Fauci’s basement…how can we not know this by now. If your answer is “What difference at this point does it make?” you might be part of the problem. Oh I’m sure some people know; maybe the rest of us will get to know, in say, 75 years.