On August 27, 2021, the Intelligence Community (IC) released an unclassified summary of a 90-day Biden administration investigation into the origin of COVID-19.
On whether SARS-CoV-2 was genetically engineered or if it was the result of a laboratory-associated incident, the report was inconclusive, but stated:
One IC element assesses with moderate confidence that the first human infection with SARS-CoV-2 most likely was the result of a laboratory-associated incident, probably involving experimentation, animal handling, or sampling by the Wuhan Institute of Virology. These analysts give weight to the inherently risky nature of work on coronaviruses.
Most people associate the words “genetic engineering” with GMO corn and soy crops, Monsanto’s Roundup weedkiller and the anti-GMO movement’s hard-fought (but ultimately lost) campaign for GMO labeling laws.
Their names were mentioned frequently on June 29 at an expert forum held by House Republicans entitled “Led By Science: The COVID-19 Origin Story.” Anthony Fauci and David Hassell were even invited to speak, along with NIH director Francis Collins. All three refused.
Each of the people I’ve profiled in my Gain-of-Function Hall of Shame series is complicit in the hunting and manipulation of bat coronaviruses that likely resulted in an industrial accident (or worse) causing SARS-CoV-2 to emerge in the vicinity of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in late 2019.
Despite our reticence and self-censorship, the Organic Consumers Association was put on a list of vaccine safety advocates that the House Energy & Commerce Committee has sent to Facebook, Google and Twitter, demanding our deplatforming.
We have a theory about how this hit list was compiled. The targeted vaccine safety advocates are all natural health practitioners and educators and supporters of organic food and farming.
Industrial agriculture, with its factory farms, GMO monculture crops and toxic chemicals, is one of the leading causes of global warming. You can help cool the planet by choosing organic foods, grown using sustainable, regenerative farming practices.