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Chairman of the House panel probing Covid's origins says lawmakers haven't 'seen all that we want to see' but they're following 'the breadcrumbs'

Chairman of the House panel probing Covid's origins says lawmakers haven't 'seen all that we want to see' but they're following 'the breadcrumbs'

"What we are trying to do is to follow the breadcrumbs, if you will," Rep. Brad Wrenstrup said on Sunday. "Look at the forensics of what took place."
Rep. Brad Wenstrup, chairman of the House's Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, said the panel has seen quite a bit of information on the origins of COVID-19 but not "all that we want to see."

"Some of it is very classified that I have seen, and so we have to continue driving forward and getting questions answered, because the more we find, the more questions that we may have," Wenstrup said on CBS News' "Face the Nation" on Sunday.


He added that there are a variety of opinions among the intelligence agencies investigating the origin of the virus.

Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the US Energy Department concluded a lab leak was the most likely source of COVID-19, but reached that conclusion with a low level of confidence.

FBI Director Christopher Wray also said he believes the virus most likely originated in a lab, a theory that was initially dismissed as the cause of the pandemic early on.

The National Intelligence Council and four other agencies have concluded with low confidence that the novel coronavirus came from natural transmission from an infected animal, and the CIA and another agency are undecided between natural transmission and a lab leak.

Wrenstrup said it's "important to find the origins of Covid" but the committee is still unclear on the cause, since different agencies have their own theories.

"What we are trying to do is to follow the breadcrumbs, if you will," Wrenstrup said."Look at the forensics of what took place."

Since it emerged three years ago, COVID-19 has infected more than 758 million people worldwide and killed at least 6.8 million, according to the World Health Organization's tracker.
Comments

Brad 1 year ago
THIS PRESENTATION COVERS THE PSEUDO-LEGAL STRUCTURE, ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND MONEY FLOW OF THIS CRIMINAL ENTERPRISE.

INTENT TO HARM - EVIDENCE OF THE CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT MASS MURDER BY THE US DOD, HHS, PHARMA CARTEL
Brad 1 year ago
Bitchute

Pfizer C-19 contract Jan 23, 2023: Mass murder by the US government DOD, HHS & Big pharmaceutical


Starting at the 1hr 9-minute mark watch first.

 Then watch the complete video after watching the 1hrs 9-minute section of the video.

Listen to her describe Pfizer contract in detail with the US government 

Mass murder by the US government DOD, HHS & Big pharmaceutical companies.
Brad 1 year ago
These politicians already know its a DOD bio-weapon.

GenBank 908947.3 Man-Made COVID computer generated DNA virus January 5,2020

A pandemic of Lies: MHRA confirms COVID is Man-Made & the Vaccines are not based on the “Virus” but instead on Computer Generated DNA
BY THE EXPOSÉ ON JANUARY 23, 2023 




Confirmation from the NIH Genbank Database:

The NIH GenBank database which contains all viruses known to man (other than top secret bioweapons) has 8 entries for Wuhan SARS-Cov-2. From these one can plainly see that the reference virus used for the vaccines (NC_045512.2) was not isolated from a human and was therefore computer generated. But it is great to have that confirmed by the MHRA. 

Wuhan Hu1 Reference Genome: This is NC_045512.2: Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 isolate Wuhan-Hu-1, complete genome –  source – not given, December 2019 (29903 nucleotides). It is identical to MN908947.3: which was submitted to the NIH on 2020 January 5,
 

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