Chinese Virologist: China 'Intentionally' Released Virus

Coronavirus outbreak: Chinese virologist claims it was lab created

Coronavirus outbreak: Chinese virologist claims it was lab created

Dr. Li-Meng Yan was on Fox News Tuesday night and told host Tucker Carlson that the virus was created by scientists in China.

Twitter has suspended the account of a Chinese virologist who has claimed that COVID-19 was manufactured in a laboratory. In response to a spokesperson, the corporate decided that the put up didn't violate Twitter insurance policies on COVID misinformation.

The Epoch Times has contacted Twitter and Yan for comments but did not immediately hear back.

Twitter had earlier this year announced that the social media platform will start labelling the tweets that could lead to spreading misleading information on sensitive and important topics.

Dr. Li-Meng-who specialized in virology and immunology at the Hong Kong School of Public Health-said that China knew about the virus well before it publicly acknowledged its existence.

"I have evidence to show why they can do it, what they have done, how [they did it]", she alleged. Dr. Yan told Carlson: "They don't want the people to know this truth".

Li-Meng Yan, a Chinese virologist who had fled to the United States, got her account suspended on Twitter.

Tucker Carlson hit again at Facebook, complaining that the social big "censored" a clip from his Fox Information program on Facebook and Instagram that promoted a COVID-19 conspiracy idea.

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On Wednesday, Facebook and Instagram placed warning labels over video posts from "Tucker Carlson Tonight" that said, "This post repeats information about COVID-19 that has been reviewed by independent fact-checkers". "The genome sequence is like a human fingerprint", Yan said on the talk show.

"The alternative theory that the virus may have come from a research laboratory is, however, strictly censored on peer-reviewed scientific journals".

Her report was posted on the website Zenodo.

The research appeared to be affiliated with the Rule of Law Society, a group founded by president Donald Trump's former national security adviser Steven Bannon, according to Newsweek. Her revelations fueled ongoing complaints that the Chinese government failed to tell the world early on about the virus' threat.

Yan, who holds both an MD and PhD, asserts: "This virus, COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 virus, actually is not from nature".

Banerjee also cast doubt on the authors' assertion that a feature called a furin-cleavage site-part of the virus' spike protein, which it uses to attach to human cells-was deliberately inserted into the virus. "It is a man-made virus created in the lab".

Yan writes that her research discounts the theory that coronavirus evolved in the wild and was then transferred to humans, claiming it "lacks substantial support". Almost six months after, Yan exposed where the virus originated after fleeing to the U.S.in April. She also accused the Chinese authorities of ignoring her warnings and letting the world suffer through the pandemic, when it could have been avoided.

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