No Sh*t! Nets Suddenly Wake Up On COVID Origins: 'Follow The Money'
Democrats and the media don't want to accept the truth about the origins of Covid-19. Instead, they're peddling a convenient, albeit false, narrative that the virus originated from a “wet market” in Wuhan. But new evidence has emerged that points to a much more likely scenario: a laboratory leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Thankfully, CBS Morning is finally beginning to wake up to the possibility of a lab leak, as they reported on Monday that the U.S. had been paying millions of dollars to the Wuhan lab for “high risk” research. Using the Watergate truism of “follow the money,” CBS investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge interviewed Diane Cutler, a former federal investigator of white-collar crimes hired by Republican Senator Roger Marshall (KS). Cutler’s findings are certainly concerning, as she discovered evidence of double billing, potential theft of government funds, and “dangerous pathogens and risky research.”
It's clear that the Dems and the Biden administration would rather stonewall any further inquiry into the lab-leak theory, and they want to avoid any further scrutiny of the U.S.’s payments to the Wuhan lab. The American people deserve to know the truth, not just whatever lies the left wants to spin. The GOP and their supporters are interested in getting to the bottom of this and finding out exactly how the U.S. taxpayers’ money was spent.
It's a damn shame that the Dems and their cronies in the media are willing to put their woke ideologies ahead of the common sense pursuit of the truth. If the plane crashes, we want to find out why it crashed, and we should do the same with this pandemic. It's time for the Biden administration and the DNC to stop censoring stories that Covid came from a lab, and it's time for them to start taking the GOP’s investigation seriously. The truth is out there, and it's time for the Dems to “follow the money” and get to the bottom of this once and for all.
As Senator Marshall put it, “I think there's 1.1 million reasons that American taxpayers should care. If a plane crashes, we want to find out why the plane crashes. We go to any length to do that. And the hope is we don't have another plane crash for the same reason.”