WHO Adviser says Top Scientists Told Colleagues Not to Share Alternative Covid Origin Theories, Called Them ‘Propaganda’

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A World Health Organization adviser says that colleagues in his field shamed him and anyone else who shared the possibility that COVID-19 could have escaped from a lab in Wuhan, China. Jamie Metzl shared the theory that Coronavirus came from a lab and was immediately marked as a conspiracy theorist who was pushing right-wing propaganda by other scientists.

Fox News reports:

“The small number of people who were raising this issue early last year were labeled conspiracy theorists—I know because I was one of them,” said Jamie Metzl during an appearance on “Fox & Friends.”

“And yes there were some people who were called right-wing nuts. But I’m not a right-wing nut. I’m actually a progressive Democrat.”

Members of the scientific community, including EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak, attempted to shut down “conspiracy theorists” last year.

Daszak spearheaded a letter in The Lancet signed by 27 scientists in 2020 that “strongly condemn[ed] conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin,” without disclosing to readers that Daszak’s group had funded coronavirus research at the Wuhan lab through government grants.

Metzl slammed the letter and called it an “outrage.”

  1. China has a huge payroll around the world of all the traitors they are paying in every country.


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