Wuhan bat video shows much of pandemic origin information was ‘Chinese disinformation’
Sky News host Sharri Markson says exclusive footage she revealed which proves live bats were kept at the Wuhan Institute of Virology shows much of what the world has been told about the origin of the pandemic was “Chinese disinformation”.
Ms Markson told Fox News in the interview that Beijing’s disinformation was then “propagated” by many who were “compromised”.
“It shows that much of what we’ve been told about the origin of the pandemic from the very beginning was Chinese disinformation which was then propagated by many people who had been working in conjunction with the Wuhan Institute of Virology who are compromised, who had extreme conflicts of interest,” she said.
Ms Markson scorched the WHO team which visited Wuhan earlier this year to investigate the origin of the pandemic.
“People like Peter Daszak insisted that it was a conspiracy theory – he used the term in a tweet from December 2020 – that it was a conspiracy theory to say that there were bats in the lab,” she said.
“He’s an official WHO, World Health Organisation, investigator who went into Wuhan to supposedly investigate the origins of the virus earlier this year and it was completely false.
“This new footage shows that there were bets being kept in the Wuhan Institute of Virology and it’s something Peter Daszak has had to admit, has had to correct just this month.
“There’s so much that he didn’t and the WHO team didn’t ask when they went into Wuhan.”
Ms Markson said the WHO team failed to even ask what happened to a colossal database of coronaviruses at the lab.
“They didn’t ask if there were bats at the laboratory, they didn’t ask where the virus database was, this is such a crucial thing, the virus database with some 15,000 or 17,000 bat samples suddenly disappeared from the internet in September 2019 just prior to the outbreak of COVID-19,” she said.
“People like Peter Daszak who went into to supposedly investigate this were riddled with conflicts.
“Anthony Fauci, as well, should not be advising the president on the origin of coronavirus given it was his organisation that funnelled money through a subgrant through to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“He can issue all the denials that he likes. The scientific papers say that they were funded with NIH.”