The infamous Wuhan Lab — from which many believe the COVID-19 virus originated — acquired monkeypox strains to create PCR tests months before the global monkeypox outbreak.
According to an article published by the National Pulse, “The study was first published in February 2022, just months before the latest international outbreak of monkeypox cases which appear to have now reached the United States.”
“The paper, which was authored by nine Wuhan Institute of Virology researchers… also follows the wide-scale use of Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) tests to identify COVID-19-positive individuals.”
“Researchers appeared to identify a portion of the monkeypox virus genome, enabling PCR tests to identify the virus,” the National Pulse continues.
As many will remember, those who drew attention to the Wuhan Bio-lab and claimed it was a more likely origin of COVID-19 than the nearby wet market due to the lab’s experimentation with coronavirus were initially labelled ‘conspiracy theorists.’
A little over one year later, the mainstream media admitted that the lab-leak theory is, at the very least, possible, if not likely. However, the truth will never be confirmed due to China’s shroud of secrecy regarding the lab.
As previously reported by The Counter Signal, two Chinese scientists were previously thrown out of Canada’s only Level 4 laboratory before the COVID pandemic took off.
While opposition leaders have pressed the Trudeau government on whether the scientists participated in an espionage mission to secure viruses for the Wuhan Lab, investigations have been halted.
“It appears that what you might well call Chinese agents infiltrated one of the highest prized national security elements when it comes to biosecurity and biodefence,” Christian Leuprecht, a security expert and professor at the Royal Military College and Queen’s University, stated in June.
Leuprecht believes that the RCMP never charged the scientists because the government may be covering for more significant security issues, including allies’ roles in the overall investigation.
“This would also explain why you haven’t charged them, because once you charge them, then eventually you have to put people on trial. And when you put people on trial, then you have to disclose the evidence that you have. So, the government might quite intentionally be trying to keep this sort of relatively below the radar as much as it can,” he said.
Following the two scientists’ firings, the Trudeau government refused to comply with House of Commons orders to produce unredacted documents related to firing the two Winnipeg lab scientists for the special Commons committee on Canada-China relations to review.
The Canada-China Committee was suspended but was recently reopened, likely to continue investigating the case.