Former President Donald Trump is demanding $10 trillion from Beijing to the world for causing the dreaded coronavirus pandemic. Donald Trump’s demand mentions that China needs to cough up the money for causing the peril. He claims China caused the pandemic under the expertise and growing scrutiny of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s theory on the virus was made in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Dr. Anthony Fauci’s Theory on Wuhan Labs
Former President Donald Trump has made the “biggest bet in history” adjudicating to Dr. Fauci’s theory. The biggest bet includes an order of vaccines worth billions of dollars without even realizing that could have saved millions of lives. In his statement, he says, “China should pay 10 trillion dollars to US & world for death and destruction they have caused.”
Now it is known that Donald Trump is someone who has many enemies but his recent statements have changed the scenario partially. His so-called “enemy” mostly believes in the Wuhan Lab theory and has begun to say that President Trump was right about the China virus coming from Wuhan Lab.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said, “It is entirely conceivable that the origins of Sars-Cov-2 were in that cave and either started spreading naturally or went through the lab.” Reportedly the US had funded Wuhan which was started by President Obama’s administration which ended under the Trump Trump administration. A lot of question regarding this was raise which was to be answered by Dr. Fausi.
Dr. Fausi himself is in a huge dilemma about his own theory, sometimes trying to dismiss his own idea of the virus being man-made and on the other hand, asserting the theory. In an interview, he called on China to release the medical records of 9 miners which might provide clues about whether Covid-19 emerged as a Lab Leak.
An e-mail under the freedom of information requests showed traces of Lab leak skeptic which released this week. It thanked Dr. Fauci for publically stating scientific evidence cannot support lab leak theory.
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