A media outlet under the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced that the World Health Organization (WHO) “dismissed the ‘lab leak’ conspiracy theory'” and adhered to the CCP’s theory of a foreign origin of the CCP Virus, according to Breitbart on March 31.
Despite Taiwan’s Dec. 31 report of infected people in Wuhan, the CCP is trying to impose their version that the virus appeared in another country and reached its territory through frozen food.
The CCP has tried to evade indications that the virus spread from its territory, as all traces indicate. It accuses those who seek to politicize the pandemic, suggesting that if it continues, the CCP will not collaborate in investigations now or in the future.
WHO experts visited Wuhan in January and February to investigate the origins of the CCP Virus, but some of them and the head of WHO did not get access to the original data in the high-level laboratory where studies related to this pathogenic germ are being carried out.
According to an Australian member of the WHO team that traveled to Wuhan, the team had requested raw data on 174 patients that the CCP had identified since the initial phase of the outbreak in Wuhan city in December 2019, as well as on other cases that drew their attention but were not allowed to do so.
The report provided by the WHO is so controversial that 14 countries submitted a joint statement on March 30, expressing concern because the study on the origins of the “SARS-CoV-2 virus was significantly delayed and did not have access to original and complete data and samples.”
The signatory countries are Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, South Korea, Slovenia, United Kingdom, and the United States.
On the other hand, the team that traveled to China in January and ‘investigated’ for four weeks was limited to visits arranged by their Chinese hosts and even prevented from contacting community members due to health restrictions.
The WHO is accused of complicity and only repeats the version supplied by the CCP, failing in its obligation to preserve world health.
In this regard, former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo questioned WHO’s role in this investigation.
“I must say the reason we left the World Health Organization was because we came to believe that it was corrupt,” said Pompeo during an interview on Fox News’ America’s Newsroom.
For the former Secretary of State, “nothing” has changed his belief that the virus came from a laboratory in Wuhan, emphasizing that “there is significant evidence” that corroborates that theory.
However, he said that the politically influenced U.N. agency went all the way to China to “kneel to General Secretary Xi Jinping in China.”