The controversy over the Wuhan lab’s role in COVID and the recent censorship surrounding it has exploded in recent days as more evidence comes to light.
House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy added to the debate, arguing for what many are afraid to say in light of recent censorship.
He also points out who has helped hide the truth from the American people.
“The coronavirus likely came from a lab in China,” McCarthy said. “This is a truth that elites in the mainstream media and Big Tech companies helped cover-up for over a year.”
YouTube recently censored Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Minn., for making a similar claim, sparking outrage.
“We removed the video in accordance with our COVID-19 medical misinformation policies, which don’t allow content that encourages people to use Hydroxychloroquine or Ivermectin to treat or prevent the virus,” YouTube said in a statement.
Recent information though has given credence to some theories previously mocked as conspiracy. Hydroxychloroquine was studied and found to significantly protect against the virus if taken as a preventitive measure.
Though some have been censored, the media and big tech hasn’t been able to quiet all voices.
Even Jon Stewart is calling out the media and pointing to the connection between the Wuhan COVID lab and the outbreak there. He did so in hilarious fashion in a recent appearance on Stephen Colbert’s show.
“…there’s a novel respiratory coronavirus overtaking Wuhan, China, what do we do? Oh, you know who we could ask? The Wuhan novel respiratory coronavirus lab. The disease is the same name as the lab. That’s just a little too weird!”
“What about this,” Stewart added. “There’s been an outbreak of chocolatey goodness near Hershey, Pennsylvania. What do you think happened? I don’t know, maybe a steam shovel mated with a cocoa bean. Or it’s the … chocolate factory!”
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