Not everybody accepts that the SARS-CoV-2 virus even exists - and there may be good reasons to think that way.
Such a position necessarily raises uncomfortable questions about what big pharma are actually putting in their jabs, but from the point of view of the man in the street, whatever is on the label we have no way of verifying the actual contents anyway so we either trust them or we don't.
Nevertheless if we still have any trust in our medical establishments there is plenty of reason to suppose that all the medical authorities in the world are not wrong, so the question of where this virus came from is important. If it was of natural origin then that's one thing, but if it was created by humans in a lab that is quite another thing - and we have all heard of the virus lab in Wuhan, China, the city where the Covid-19 sickness was first identified.
This site touched briefly on this topic area last month but we now have a new article that goes into this question of origin in considerable detail, for those who have a mind to inform themselves of the ins and outs - for those that don't, the comments of Dr Robert Redfield, former director of the CDC (mentioned in our earlier article) summarise.
Not to be thought asleep on the job, Senator Rand Paul has been taking Dr Fauci to task for his alleged funding of this "gain of function" research (a charge he denies):
and more commentators are weighing in alleging that there is substance to this accusation:
None of which probably yet amounts to full proof of a specific charge, but it is indicative of where the politics may be going.