The WHO is too 'compromised' to conduct an honest investigation into the origins of the CCP virus, according to the former Centers for Disease Control director, Robert Redfield. Redfield spoke with Fox News contributor Dr. Marc Siegel about why he thinks Anthony Fauci, the WHO and others are lying about how Covid-19 came to be.
While the globalists continue pushing the narrative that the virus that spawned economic disaster and unnecessary deaths came from bats or pangolins sold in China's wet markets, Redfield said there's evidence it was unleashed by scientists at the now-infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
According to Redfield, this version of the Coronavirus spreads more quickly among humans than MERS and SARS. This virus, which was used to justify locking people inside their homes for months on end and destroying small businesses, appears to have started in bats and been engineered to become a highly infectious virus.
Robert Redfield accused the World Health Organization of allowing China to choose the scientists that would lead an investigation into their own potential misdeeds. The prospect of a legitimate conclusion seems unlikely.
"When I said before that I didn't think it was biologically plausible that COVID-19 went from a bat to some unknown animal into man and now had become one of the most infectious viruses," Redfield said, "That's not consistent with how other coronaviruses have come into the human species. And, it does suggest that there's an alternative hypothesis that it went from a bat virus, got into a laboratory, where in the laboratory, it was taught, educated, it evolved, so that it became a virus that could efficiently transmit human to human."
"I'm just giving my best opinion as a virologist, and I don't think it's plausible that this virus went from a bat to an animal – we still don't know that animal – and then went into humans and immediately had learned how to be human-to-human transmissible to the point of now causing one of the greatest pandemics we've had in the history of the world," Redfield added.