A Chinese virologist has raised claims that the COVID 19 viruses were cooked up in a military laboratory revealing that the authorities in China have arrested her mother.
Li-Meng Yan, who claims to have worked formerly as a researcher at the Hong Kong School of Public Health, explains the virus was created by combining the genetic substance of two bat coronaviruses.
The information was first declared openly by Guo Wengui, a fugitive Chinese tycoon well known for his objection against the Communist Party, on a live radio show this week.
Ms. Yan verified the reported arrest of her mother to a website based in the US; The Epoch Times yesterday but was not willing to provide any additional details.
Li-Meng Yan, who claims to have a worked formerly as a researcher at the Hong Kong School of Public Health, says the coronavirus was created by combining the genetic substance of two bat coronaviruses
Yan, who escaped to the US in April soon after her bombshell statement, said Coronavirus was not a natural infection but was indeed ‘man-made’
Her Twitter account was taken down in mid-September after she condemned China of manufacturing and circulating the COVID-19 virus intentionally.
Yan claimed she was suspended because ‘they intended to conceal this truth from the people’.
‘I have all the proof showing why they can do it, what they have accomplished, and how they managed to do it,’ she told Fox News.
The science universe also keeps silent… works hand in hand with the Chinese Communist Party, they don’t want people to capture this truth. That’s why I get suspended, I get restrained, I am the prey that the Chinese Communist Party wants eliminating.’
A video of the interview portion published on the Tucker Carlson Tonight show’s page now comes with a threat that reads: ‘Untrue Information. This publication repeats information about COVID-19 that independent fact-checkers say is incorrect.’
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