Former CDC Director Was Threatened For His Beliefs That COVID Came From The Wuhan Lab

A scientist being condemned for his personal beliefs, based on statistics? Seems a lot like the dark middle ages, doesn’t it?

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Dr. Robert Redfield, the former director of CDC, appeared on Fox News on Monday, stating that he was “sidelined” and “threatened” for believing COVID-19 came from a laboratory.

Dr. Redfield has previously stated that he believed the virus originated at the Wuhan lab in China, thus, supporting the “gain of function” theory.

Watch his interview and statement here:

Robert Redfield: “I think what you’ve seen over the last 18 months is no new evidence to suggest that this evolved from nature. I haven’t seen any evidence of it being associated with any of the animal species. They’ve just tested over 80,000 animals. But we have seen growing evidence to support that this, in fact, was a consequence of a laboratory leak. So, I continue to believe that the two hypotheses that the laboratory leak is the most likely origin of this virus. It’s in a way tragic because you would then say that this pandemic was caused, in a way by science, not necessarily by nature and I think I’m very disheartened when I’ve seen how the scientific community failed to approach both hypotheses with an open mind. I mean, I was very rapidly sidelined, threatened, and, you know, really put on a sort of outed, because somehow I believed as a virologist that this virus may have come from the laboratory.”

Just a historical fact – Giordano Bruno was burned alive in the middle of the city square for his beliefs that the Earth was flat – a theory that seemed silly, a theory that made the church look silly, and a theory that made the people wonder… Such a similar case scenario, right?


Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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