Biden asked U.S. intelligence agencies to report back within 90 days. He directed U.S. national laboratories to assist with the investigation and the intelligence community to prepare a list of specific queries for the Chinese government. He called on China to cooperate with international probes into the origins of the pandemic.
US government sources have said there is still no proof the disease originated at the Wuhan lab.
During an interview on 24th May, Jen Psaki (White House Press Secretary) said “We’re hopeful that WHO can move into a more transparent, independent, phase II investigation.”
Really? Wasn’t WHO the one’s who dropped the ball in the first place?
As coronavirus started seeping from its origins in a Wuhan wet market in China late last year, the information coming from the World Health Organization (WHO) was one of dismissal, in line with the Chinese Communist Party’s muzzling of the disease’s potency.
WHO has been trying to be politically correct by underestimating the extent of the threat. They lost credibility when they stated in late January that the global risk assessment was moderate. For an international body that people (and) governments and the business community looks to for advice, they are simply too slow, burdened by bureaucracy and political correctness.
Some critics have also charged that WHO has acted as an arm of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).