The theory that nCoV leaked from the laboratory brought Trump back

The theory that nCoV leaked from the laboratory brought Trump back 7

The theory that nCoV leaked from the laboratory brought Trump back

During his first campaign since leaving office in Ohio on the evening of June 26, former US President Donald Trump gloated when he said that his hypothesis was proven correct.

`I said it came from Wuhan. It came out of that laboratory,` Trump told supporters wearing red hats printed with the words Make America Great Again at the rally.

Trump added that people now see his hypothesis in a different way instead of rejecting it.

When Trump talked about the theory that the virus leaked from the laboratory and that scientists were seriously considering this possibility, the crowd below cheered in approval.

The former president and his supporters were once ridiculed for their theory that the virus leaked from a Wuhan laboratory.

During a press conference on April 30, 2020, when he was still US president, Trump mentioned the theory that the virus leaked from the laboratory.

The origin of nCoV has not yet been determined and the idea of a laboratory leak remains an unproven hypothesis.

Former President Donald Trump at a campaign in Wellington, Ohio on June 26.

A US intelligence report last month said that three researchers at the Wuhan laboratory were hospitalized in November 2019, shortly before the virus broke out in the city.

Then, members of the World Health Organization (WHO) investigation team, who visited Wuhan earlier this year, and scientists began to talk more about the hypothesis that the virus originated in a laboratory.

Anthony Fauci, America’s top infectious disease expert, said in an interview with the BBC that `it’s more likely that the virus is of natural origin, but we’re going to leave all possibilities open until you’re certain.`

Last month, President Joe Biden asked US intelligence to investigate the origin of the virus and the results are expected to be announced later this summer.

Many scientists have said that nCoV originates from animals and most likely originates from bats.

Trump is exploiting early assessments of his virus origins for political purposes.

Observers say it is difficult for Trump to convince Democrats or gain new supporters based on the hypothesis that the virus leaked from the laboratory.

Paul Rickey, a pro-Trump engineer in Grafton, Ohio, was very excited and enthusiastically supported Trump’s Covid-19 origin hypothesis.

`I think Trump feels vindicated and certainly everyone here feels that way,` Rickey said.

Many people at Trump’s June 26 rally said they wished scientists had taken this hypothesis seriously sooner.

Cropp and many others have discussed various hypotheses or `probe-of-function` research, experiments aimed at increasing the infectiousness and danger of viruses for scientific purposes.

`He’s absolutely correct,` said Hope Baros, a Trump supporter in Knox, Indiana.

`100% sure,` Jeff said of Trump’s theory.

`The media always wants to create their own facts and not rely on science,` said Michael Barnes, a contractor who lives in Valparaiso, Indiana.

Many others attending Trump’s event said they were glad to see science `catching up` with Trump’s analysis of nCoV and its origin.

`Before they said ‘he’s crazy’, as well as pointing and telling us so. I don’t want to say I told you, but…`, she said and then suddenly fell silent.

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