You might have received a shoddy article received via WhatsApp called “Truth must be told”.
The writer could not even spell the names of key people correctly.
(1) Ralph Barrick should be Ralph Baric.
(2) Greg Roubini should be Greg Rubini.
(3) Professor Luc Montanier or Luc Montanille? It’s Luc Montagnier.
(4) The article claims that “patient No. 0 is indeed an American soldier who participated in the Wuhan Military Games last October. Her name is Maatje Benassi”. The truth? She has never been tested positive for the coronavirus or experienced symptoms.
Maatje Benassi, a US Army reservist and mother of two, has become the target of conspiracy theorists who falsely place her at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, saying she brought the disease to China.
The false claims are spreading across YouTube every day, so far racking up hundreds of thousands of apparent views, and have been embraced by Chinese Communist Party media. Despite never having tested positive for the coronavirus or experienced symptoms, Benassi and her husband are now subjects of discussion on Chinese social media about the outbreak, including among accounts that are known drivers of large-scale coordinated activities by their followers.
(5) Did Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, admit that many of the “big flu” dead in the United States in September 2019 were caused by infection with the new coronavirus?
This is what he actually said: some deaths from coronavirus have been discovered posthumously.
This is the article:
Truth must be told:
(The poison killer is finally found. The new crest virus is artificially made?)
The truth is horrifying.
The new crown virus is artificially produced and originated from the North Carolina P3 virus laboratory!
The famous American intelligence expert Greg Roubini, in an interview with the TV channel of the First News Network of the United States, officially revealed this day’s secret.
According to Greg: The new corona virus was genetically engineered as a biological weapon, originated from the BSL-3 laboratory in North Carolina, and was developed by Professor Ralph Barrick.
He also said that the virus was spread from North Carolina to China, Italy and the United States by the “dark government.”
As early as March 15, Greg had tweeted and asked Trump: Why not tell the American people that the virus is made in the United States? Why not state that the new coronavirus itself is a biological weapon?
Coincidentally, Professor Luc Montanier, who won the Nobel Prize in Medicine for the discovery of HIV, recently revealed to a French reporter: The new coronavirus is not naturally produced, but was carefully developed by biomolecular scientists.
Montanille also said: Obviously, professionals have added an HIV sequence to this bat-derived virus.
This is undoubtedly the biggest and worst poisoning case ever!
Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the rumors about “the new crown virus is a synthetic biological weapon” have been rumbling, and scientists from various countries have also been working hard to trace the virus.
As early as February, Indian scientists discovered the HIV virus insert in the new coronavirus, which proved that the virus was artificially designed and synthesized.
In mid-March, scientists discovered from a new coronavirus extracted from a patient in Washington State that its evolutionary cycle has been more than half a year.
With the deepening of research, many countries in the world have turned their doubtful eyes to the United States. Japan, Italy, Australia and other countries have early confirmed cases originating from the United States.
Subsequently, Robert Redfield, director of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, admitted that many of the “big flu” dead in the United States in September 2019 were caused by infection with the new coronavirus.
In response, spokesman Zhao Lijian of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs also questioned the United States on Twitter.
After an arduous effort by a team of journalists in Virginia, the United States finally traced back to patient zero.
The patient No. 0 is indeed an American soldier who participated in the Wuhan Military Games last October. Her name is Maatje Benassi.
The background of this American female officer is very special. She has a great connection with the P4 biochemical laboratory of Fort Detrick in the US military. Her family has been diagnosed by many people, and one of them is the first confirmed case in the Netherlands. The Lombardy region of Italy has led to a large outbreak in the region.
At this point, the chain of evidence that the United States is the birthplace of the new coronavirus is complete and interlinked. The five special soldiers received by the special plane after the Wuhan Military Games finally had substantial contact with the closed biochemical laboratory in the United States.
According to the logic of Trump and others, we can rightly call the new coronavirus the North Carolina virus, or the American virus.
When all the evidence points to the United States, the top US officials have publicly admitted that the coronavirus is not a plague but a weapon class. The degree of shamelessness shocked the world, and this further increased the suspicion of drug poisoning in the United States.
The truth of the case is now clear, but Trump and others are still desperately dumping the pot. The new coronavirus has caused tremendous damage and losses to countries all over the world. This pan is too big to be thrown away.
There is another doubt that needs to be explained: What is the origin of Ralph Barrick, responsible for North Carolina virus development, mentioned by Greg in the breaking news?
Barrick is from the University of North Carolina. He was the chief virologist who transformed the new sars coronavirus by gene editing in 2015, and he is also the leader of the virus research and development.
What is even more surprising is that he is also the person in charge of the clinical development of the magic drug “Radexivir”. Is this the kind of legend, people who poison will prepare antidote in advance?
In the later clinical practice, Ridesivir was questioned by some experts on its effectiveness and safety, which caused it to quickly fall into the altar.
With the spread of the virus, the United States has become the epicenter of the epidemic.
In the early days of the epidemic, US President Trump did not take it seriously, but regarded it as a heavier influenza. Until his friend, New York real estate tycoon Stanley Chela died of a new crown infection, he attracted great attention from him.
However, it is too late!
…… The sky is not born in China, and it is like a long night. Now that the killers of drug making and poisoning have been exposed, what are they waiting for? We will wait and see!
Written by John Whitehouse
Research contributions from Noor Al-Sibai
Published 03/18/20 11:26 AM
On March 14 and 15, pro-Trump cable news network OAN aired a coronavirus special called Exposing China’s Coronavirus: The Fears, The Lies and The Unknown. During that program, the network’s chief White House correspondent, Chanel Rion, suggested that the novel coronavirus responsible for the current pandemic may have originated in a North Carolina laboratory.
As support, Rion cited Greg Rubini, whom she described in the special as “a citizen investigator and monitored source amongst a certain set in the D.C. intelligence community.”
There is no evidence that Rubini is a “monitored source” for anyone but Rion. He has pushed wild “deep state” conspiracy theories on Twitter, where he has over 100,000 followers.
Rubini has said that the novel coronavirus “was GENETICALLY ENGINEERED as a Bio-Weapon at the Univ. of North Carolina BSL-3 Lab.” He has also said that it was spread from North Carolina to China, Italy, and elsewhere in the United States by the “Deep State” in a plot “to destroy the Trump economy.” In addition, Rubini suggested that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the well-respected head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, personally funded the production of the virus, even calling him “Little Tony Fauci.”
But it was in the final segment that OAN’s coronavirus special went completely off the rails.
Conspiracy theory: A bioweapon created in North Carolina to undermine the Trump economy
Rion cited experts who had expressed doubt that the virus originated in a seafood market in the city of Wuhan, China, and then she took that doubt to mean that it must have originated elsewhere. Saying that there are some “interesting clues” in the United States, Rion pointed to a laboratory in North Carolina:
Rion is pushing a debunked conspiracy theory. It circulated last week in Britain’s Express tabloid, after which experts repeatedly debunked it and the Express even ran a correction. The Express’ source was a guest on conspiracy theorist Alex Jones’ show, Francis Boyle, who alleged that the coronavirus was a bioweapon created in Wuhan.
On OAN, Rion also cited Greg Rubini as an expert. Rubini had tweeted the conspiracy theory at Rion the day before the special aired, in a thread still pinned to his Twitter profile at the time this piece was published. Before that, Rubini had also previously tweeted that the virus was created in a North Carolina lab. While never explicitly citing this study, on February 25, Rubini tweeted at former Italian Deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini: “this VIRUS is a BIO-WEAPON – genetically engineered in a North Carolina Lab, and brought to Wuhan by a Chinese scientist. … I have the documents. be advised.”
Rubini posits that the “deep state” sent the virus from North Carolina to China, Italy, and then back to the United States. He is also convinced that Anthony Fauci personally funded its creation.
Debunked COVID-19 conspiracy theory weaves a UNC medical researcher into the tale
By Zachery Eanes
April 16, 2020 06:00 AM
Updated April 16, 2020 02:45 PM
One unfounded theory that many internet users have latched onto and that has been amplified by right wing news channels, like One America News, has placed its sights on North Carolina. It claims — falsely — that COVID-19 was created at UNC-Chapel Hill, specifically in the lab of Ralph Baric, where Debbink once worked.
Baric is one of the world’s preeminent researchers of coronaviruses — having studied the family of viruses known for their crown-like shape for 30 years. His lab on the UNC campus was one of the first places in the U.S. to receive a sample of the novel coronavirus earlier this year to begin conducting tests.
And while experts and researchers in the field who have examined the genomic structure of COVID-19 have overwhelmingly concluded that the virus originated in wildlife, the UNC rumor has continued to spread on social media and message boards.
Stated simply, scientists have reported that the makeup of the virus points to it being the result of natural evolution rather than bio-engineering.
A recent article in the journal of Emerging Microbes & Infections aimed squarely at false claims about Baric’s 2015 paper.
The authors of the study found no connection between Baric’s research and the new pandemic — because the hybrid Baric used and the virus that causes COVID-19 are completely different strains.
“This claim lacks any scientific basis and must be discounted…,” the authors wrote. “[T]here is no credible evidence to support [it].”
Susan Weiss, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and an author of the article, said she didn’t have time to talk to an N&O reporter about the false theories but added, “The conspiracy theory is ridiculous.”