The reporting on the China coronavirus has shifted dramatically over the past half month. After the publishing of Dr. Fauci’s emails, the Biden administration and the government’s medical leadership were suddenly willing to look into the coronavirus’s origins in a lab.

Former President Donald Trump referred this Thursday, June 3, to Dr. Anthony Fauci’s recently released emails and demands that he answer some crucial questions.

Remember that Anthony Fauci is in the eye of the storm over the release of more than 30,000 emails he sent and received early last year in the midst of the pandemic that was made public thanks to the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

Trump sent two back-to-back email statements, questioning the relationship between Fauci and the Wuhan lab where the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus (COVID-19) allegedly escaped and insisting that the CCP pay the United States and the world a multi-trillion-dollar sum for the damage it has caused, according to the New York Post.

“There are a lot of questions that must be answered by Dr. Fauci. The funding of Wuhan by the United States was foolishly started by the Obama Administration in 2014 but ended under the Trump Administration. When I heard about it, I said ‘no way.’ What did Dr. Fauci know about ‘gain of function’ research, and when did he know it?,’” Trump said in the statement.

In recent days, the increased pressure on the scientific community to be open to and review the theory that the coronavirus was made in a laboratory is due to a defector with intimate knowledge bringing intel to the U. S. that the coronavirus was leaked from a lab in Wuhan, according to Adam Housley.

Lower-level FBI agents wanted to make sure they had all they needed before telling FBI Director Wray, so he didn’t know right away. Because the FBI does not trust Director Wray, they withheld this information for as long as possible.

On June 4, Housley broke the news in a series of tweets:

According to Housley’s sources, COVID-19 was released in China in August 2019:

China allowed the coronavirus to spread so that the economic and global consequences would not be limited to China:

China made extensive internal precautions to combat the spread of the virus, but did little to prevent international flights from departing Wuhan:

China had also attempted to create variants in order to claim that the China coronavirus originated naturally in bats. COVID-19 is thought to have escaped by accident: