Bombshell study claims smoking gun found, proving Chinese scientists created COVID-19

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Two European researchers, one of them renowned for his work in HIV/AIDs research, believe they’ve found the smoking gun to prove that the coronavirus was created by Chinese scientists in the infamous laboratory in Wuhan

In a study to be released soon, the two argue that Chinese scientists created the coronavirus and then, after it was accidentally leaked to the public, purposefully reverse-engineered it to make it look as if the virus had been spawned at a wet market.

The two researchers are British Professor Angus Dalgleish and Norwegian Dr. Birger Sørensen,” according to the Daily Mail.

“Dalgleish is a professor of oncology at St George’s University, London, and is best known for his breakthrough creating the first working ‘HIV vaccine’, to treat diagnosed patients and allow them to go off medication for months,” the Daily Mail notes.

“Sørensen, a virologist, is chair of pharmaceutical company, Immunor, which developed a coronavirus vaccine candidate called Biovacc-19. Dalgleish also has share options in the firm.”

Dalgleish and Sørensen first began speaking out about their belief the virus was retro-engineered last summer, but at the time they were dismissed as “fake news” by establishment figures.

Sound familiar?

“Gunnveig Grødeland, a vaccine researcher at the University of Oslo, told Forbes in June last year that the parts of the virus that Dalgleish and Sorensen believe must be man-made, in fact appear in nature. … Dr Rachael Tarlinton, an associate professor of veterinary virology at the UK University of Nottingham, told Sky News that Dalgleish and Sorensen’s theory was ‘magical thinking’ in a July 2020 interview,” according to the Daily Mail.

“One of the two scientists’ biggest critics was Professor Kristian Andersen at the department of immunology and microbiology at Scripps research facility in California, who described Dalgleish and Sorensen’s first paper last summer as ‘complete nonsense, unintelligible, and not even remotely scientific.’ Months earlier, a statement published in the Lancet by a group of 27 scientists said: ‘We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that covid-19 does not have a natural origin.'”

Notice the frequent use of disparaging terms like “nonsense” and “conspiracy theories.”

A whole year later, a growing body of evidence strongly suggests that the pair’s critics were the true purveyors of “nonsense” and “conspiracy theories.”

According to the Daily Mail, the pair made their discovery by actually studying the coronavirus (versus just running their mouths) and looking for signs that it was artificially made or had been manipulated by humans in some way or another.

One such sign that they reportedly found was a row of four amino acids on a coronavirus “spike” protein.

Speaking with the Daily Mail, Sørensen noted that every amino acid has a positive charge, which explains why they so easily attach themselves to the negatively charged parts of a human cell.

The problem, he added, is that because they ALL have a positive charge, it’s very unusual for them to be found side by side, though there have been a few rare instances of up to three being found in a row. But four? That seems “extremely unlikely,” he said.

“The laws of physics mean that you cannot have four positively charged amino acids in a row. The only way you can get this is if you artificially manufacture it,” he told the Daily Mail.

The two believe the virus was created while scientists at the laboratory in Wuhan were performing “gain-of-function” research, a type of controversial research where viruses are “juiced up” and made more dangerous for the purposes of studying them.

This is highly relevant because Dalgleish believes it was a desire by the establishment to keep “gain-of-function research” alive, despite many complaints against it, that had prompted the entire establishment to deny the lab leak theory.

“This looks like a weak defense to protect the discipline so that this type of genetic engineering will not be interfered with. I make no bones about it. The ‘gain of function’ engineering should have been banned ages ago,” he told the Daily Mail.

To his credit, then-President Barack Hussein Obama instituted a moratorium on GOF in 2014. However, the National Institute of Health overturned the moratorium in 2017. At the helm of the agency at the time of the overturning was Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Testifying before Congress last week, Fauci refused to confirm that none of the $600,000 of U.S. funds that have been donated to the Wuhan laboratory in the past few years were used to perform GOF research.

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