Coronavirus Likely Came From Lab Leak, Energy Department Says


After conducting research, a devastating finding has been made public. The Energy Department has received new intelligence that claims that a laboratory leak in China is most likely the cause of the Coronavirus Pandemic. United States spy agencies, however, remain skeptical of those findings. The department announced earlier that it was unsure of how the virus had made its way into the public atmosphere. This new finding is a complete turnaround from that earlier announcement. 

There are some officials who are urging caution when receiving this news. They claim that the Energy Department’s conclusion was made with a low level of confidence and that there was still uncertainty. No other agency has changed its conclusions even after being made aware of the Energy Department’s conclusion. The National Security Adviser, Jake Sullivan, has not confirmed the intelligence. He did say, however, that President Biden ordered the national labs to join the efforts in order to determine the origin of the Coronavirus outbreak. Sullivan also addressed the division.

“There is a variety of views in the intelligence community,” he said on CNN. “Some elements of the intelligence community have reached conclusions on one side, some on the other. A number of them have said they just don’t have enough information to be sure.”

Republican lawmakers have recently jumped on this news. "The elites and academics owe everyone who had legitimate questions and concerns about the origins of COVID an apology," Representative Ken Buck from Colorado tweeted. "The American people deserve to see all the information concerning the Chinese lab leak and the origins of COVID. This won’t be forgotten."

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