WHO Advisory Board Member Says China 'Engaged in Massive Cover-up' to 'This Day'

Nick Kangadis | June 8, 2021
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There's nothing trustworthy about China. Their government has seen to that. There's also not very much that's trustworthy about the World Health Organization (WHO). But when one begins divulging information about the other, you have to give it at least a little bit of credence when you consider the much publicized ties between the former and the latter.

During an appearance on Fox News' "America's Newsroom" on Monday, WHO advisory board member Jamie Metzl spoke about how China's "massive cover-up" concerning the origins of the Chinese coronavirus is continuing to "this day."

"The Chinese have engaged in a massive cover-up that is going on until this day, involving destroying samples, hiding records, placing a universal gag order on Chinese scientists and imprisoning Chinese citizen journalists asking the most basic questions," Metzl said.

The call for an investigation into the origins of the Chinese virus have ironically increased steadily since just a few weeks after the 2020 election. The information that came out contradicting the left's 2020 pandemic narratives were censored and banished from existence for daring to do things as minor as asking questions concerning the origin. 

The establishment has done a complete 180 since President Joe Biden has taken office, with Biden calling for U.S. intelligence agencies to further investigate said origins.

It's becoming increasingly clear that those who were called "racists" and "xenophobes" for even asking whether the Chinese coronavirus originated in China are coming closer and closer to being vindicated.

For video of Metzl's full comments, watch below:


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