Rubio Slams Officials that Ignored Wuhan Lab Theory

(Miami - Flórida, 09/03/2020) Presidente da República Jair Bolsonaro durante encontro com o Senador Marco Rubio..Foto: Alan Santos/PR

During an interview with Fox News, Republican Senator Marco Rubio berated health officials that brushed off American question regarding the origins of the Coronavirus.

Fox News reports:

I think now the evidence is beginning to mount that the [lab leak] was likely the case. I encourage people to go back about a month and a half at an open intelligence hearing, I asked the director of national intelligence. I said, is it not true that both theories, the lab theory and the naturally occurring theory, are both equally probable and we really don’t know which one of the two it is? 

And she answered, yes, they’re both equally likely and we don’t know which one it is. That was a month ago. But the truth is, here’s the problem with this. Some of the people involved in public health in this country spoke with such a level of certainty about this a year and a half ago. 

And not just spoke with certainty, but basically called anyone who disagreed with them a kook, a conspiracy theorist, a crazy person. And what that does, along with other things that happened from public health officials in the last year, is it undermines the public’s confidence in our public health officials and in our public health system. 

And so what this does in the future, we’re going to have other pandemics and other serious public health crises. People are going to be less likely to listen to them because they’re going to remember how many times they were either lied to or the truth was kept from them because they think the American people are little children who cannot be told the truth.

During his presidency, Trump publicly commented that he believed there was some truth to the theory that Coronavirus escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China. Media and health officials immediately began to say there was no truth to the claims but now are admitting that there likelihood behind the theory.

  1. And the lefts’ accusations of conspiracy theory about Covid were aided and abetted by the likes of FB, Twitter, Instagram, and main stream media.


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