Published on Monday, the report claims that DNA collected from raccoon dogs in the same location as the infamous wet market in Wuhan where genetic material from SARS-CoV-2 was allegedly "clustered" back in 2019 supposedly shows that the Chinese Virus came from animals.
The paper concludes by stating that its findings have "contributed to the large body of evidence supporting a natural origin." The truth, however, is that the paper is riddled with omissions of key information that undermine its alleged findings.
The Atlantic was the first to report on the fraudulent paper, calling it "the strongest evidence yet that an animal started the pandemic." What The Atlantic failed to mention is the fact that all of the DNA samples collected from raccoon dogs tested "negative" for the Fauci Flu using a standard PCR test.
(Related: The CDC is also complicit in exaggerating and lying about covid.)
According to Dr. Steven Quay, a microbiologist based out of Seattle, the new paper shows an overt "willingness to be untruthful." Quay has spent the last two years investigating covid's true origins, and he is unconvinced concerning the paper's conclusions.
"You're supposed to point that out," added Dr. Simon Clarke, a microbiologist from the University of Reading in the United Kingdom, about the paper's overt omission of the negative test results from the raccoon dogs.
"I'm not saying there's anything dodgy about it, but it should've been highlighted. It is poor practice and there's no way they [the researchers] would get that past a good quality journal [during the peer-review process] – they would be forced to put it in their limitations and discussions section."
If the authors of the report were willing to be sneaky and deceptive about this, what else did they lie or mislead about throughout the rest of the study? This is what many want to know, especially considering that the goal of the paper was to "debunk" the lab leak theory of covid.
This is hardly the first time a scientific study was published with omissions and lies to push the animal origin theory. Dr. Kristian Andersen, an evolutionary biologist at Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, Calif., authored a February 2020 paper that was overtly designed to "debunk" the lab leak theory.
We have since learned that Andersen was pushed by former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) head Tony Fauci to publish it, lies and all, in order to divert all eyes and attention away from the truth.
The latest paper touting the animal origin theory has yet to be peer reviewed. And if there is any integrity left in the peer review process, then it will not make it through for credible publishing.
Still, the data used in the study, which was uploaded and quickly taken down, has already been added to a database called the Global Initiative on Sharing Avian Influenza Data (GISAID), an international repository for information about virus genetics.
This is unfortunate, considering the paper the data came from is "completely dishonest," according to Quay. Since being collected, said data has been intentionally kept under wraps by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
"We don't have an environmental specimen that looks positive for infection," Quay added about the raccoon dog samples that were collected.
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