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Senator Tom Cotton Adds Credence To Theory Coronavirus Is A Bio Weapon

Senator Tom Cotton Adds Credence To Theory Coronavirus Is A Bio Weapon
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Senator Tom Cotton on CNBC recently added credence to the theory the coronavirus outbreak has its origins in an accidental, or intentional, release of a bioweapon from the ultra-secretive Chinese bioweapon lab in Wuhan.

The circumstantial evidence is very interesting.

Chinese officials have come out apoplectic against the suggestion.

The legacy media has also tried hard to stop this scenario from being discussed. The question is — why?

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Senator Tom Cotton Adds Credence To Theory Coronavirus Is A Bio Weapon February 11, 2020 at 8:05 pm

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Patricia Thomas February 14, 2020 at 1:44 am

I’m sorry, but this bullshit is going too far. Anyone with a modicum recollection of highschool biology will remember that the virus has been around for a century and will understand that it’s common all over the world. This variant, not so much, but such is that nature of a virus. I could go on for hours disproving any claims that it was manufactured but I would be afraid that my time would be wasted on dumb ears. Stop promoting the bullshit hysteria before it goes to far.

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Jonathan Swift February 14, 2020 at 2:03 am

So, you are saying that it is just a coincidence that the outbreak started near a biological weapons laboratory?

At this point, it really doesn’t matter much, but it makes them look so guilty when they aren’t very open about it.

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Patricia Thomas February 14, 2020 at 8:24 pm

What I’m saying is that there’s too much history and too much existing knowledge about this virus for anyone to think it’s manufactured. Quick breakdown of the facts that anyone can research, even in your local highschool library:
Coronavirus have been known since the 1960s. They typically only caused mild infections (the common cold) in those with weakened imune systems. In 2002 SARS was the first coronavirus to cause big problems, but because we as humans haven’t built up a good immune defense to them like we have to the flu. Another variant in 2011, the MERS-CoV also caused problems for the same reason, only this one was from the middle East. What was common to SARS and MERS? It wasn’t China, it was that they both originated from bat droppings. Fast forward to today and Covid-19 (recently named today) is a coronavirus like SARs-CoV and MERS-CoV. Difference with one is that it infects a sight lower area of the respiratory tracts but we still as humans have not built a good defense to it.

It’s no different to the Hantavirus from mice that we have in the US. While hard to jump to humans from animals, once it does, it spreads like wildfire. This is nature. This is the result of what happens with over population. This is not manufactured.

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