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

Was everything planned?

American leaders were warned about the chaos that may occupy the world started from the Wuhan Lab. France was the one that informed the American leaders in 2015 about the building’s dangers, concerns, and red flags.

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Sources say that French officials were worried that the facility’s involvement dwindled until they were expelled.

You don’t have to be very smart, so see CCP’s goals, ethics, and plans in the lab.

Before the pandemic outbreak and Fauci’s involvement in the financial part, everything is suspicious.

Daily Caller shared that Ex-State Department official David Asher, who now is a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute think tank, spoke to Daily Caller. He shared that French intelligence officials informed the US State Department and the foreign ministry in 2015 that China was cutting back on agreed-upon collaboration at the lab.

Asher said that the French were eliminated in 2017, prompting French Officials to speak to the State Department about the Chinese Objectives concerns.

Furthermore, China didn’t allow WHO’s investigators to enter the lab. Many investigators said that they were stopped from conducting a legitimate investigation.

China wanted to pin the outbreak’s cause to the USA, but they did that without proof.

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Source: hthetruedefender.com

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