Report: Wuhan Lab Kept Live Bats

Latest reports are showing evidence that the Wuhan Institute of Virology did indeed have live bats.

Should not be a shock to the world. Should be talked about or at least addressed by the Biden administration. Despite this new evidence, world leaders appear to be letting China off the hook.

From National Review's Jim Geraghty:

Sky News Australia has uncovered an official Chinese Academy of Sciences video from May 2017, marking the launch of the new biosafety-level-4 laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Perhaps the most intriguing revelation in the video is the depiction of bats being held in a cage at the Institute, along with a scene of a scientist feeding a bat with a worm.
For much of 2020, Peter Daszak — president of EcoHealth Alliance, longtime partner of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and one of the most staunch and outspoken critics of the lab-leak theory — insisted that there were no live bats within the Institute. He tweeted in December that, “No BATS ‘were sent to Wuhan lab for genetic analyses of viruses collected in the field’ That’s not how this science works. We collect bat samples, send them to the lab. We RELEASE bats where we catch them!” At some point, Daszak deleted his tweets making that assertion, but if he ever publicly admitted he was wrong, he was awfully quiet about it.

Listen to John & Ken talk about the details of this report and the silence from the Biden administration.


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