Years Ago, France WARNED The United States About The Wuhan Laboratory???

Isn’t it all coming out now?

Our “leaders” were well aware of the potential for chaos at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. In fact, France apparently informed them in 2015 about the facility’s dangers, concerns, and red flags.

According to sources, French officials were concerned when their involvement in cooperating on and building the facility dwindled until they were effectively “kicked out.”

It doesn’t take an intelligence expert to figure out that the CCP’s aims, ethics, and whatever they were up to in the lab were not good.

In light of reports of early Covid-19 illnesses prior to the outbreak, as well as Fauci’s potential role in fumigation financing.

Daily Caller reported on the supposed French concerns:

Former State Department official David Asher, now a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute think tank, told the Daily Caller News Foundation that French intelligence officials warned the US State Department and their own foreign ministry in 2015 that China was cutting back on agreed-upon collaboration at the lab.

According to Asher, the French were “kicked out” of the facility in 2017 and cooperation halted, prompting French officials to tell the State Department about their significant concerns about Chinese objectives.

China has refused to let World Health Organization investigators into the lab, and they were told last week that they would not be permitted back following their first visit earlier this year. Many of those investigators claimed they were not allowed to conduct a legitimate investigation and were only allowed to see what the lab authorized them to see during controlled visits.

China has attempted to pin the outbreak’s cause on the United States without presenting any evidence.

The international team that visited to China earlier this year to study the source of COVID-19 had a difficult time acquiring access to raw data, according to WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.


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