Joe Concha: The Media Was Quick to Dismiss Wuhan Lab Leak Possibility as ‘Conspiracy Theory’ in 2020

‘Why was the U.S. media so quick to believe the Chinese Communist Party and take them at their word?’

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CONCHA: "Was Tom Cotton right all along about the origins of Covid-19? Hi everyone, I'm Joe Concha. On Monday, a bombshell report from The Wall Street Journal says that there is growing evidence the novel coronavirus originated in a lab in Wuhan. This after three workers there reportedly tested positive for Covid in November of 2019, weeks before the first confirmed case in the region that came the following month. Hmm, that's interesting. So, we're all old enough to remember when Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, Republican, made the argument that the virus came from a lab in Wuhan, not a wet market in the same area. More than a few media outlets called the Senator a conspiracy theorist. So, with growing evidence this wasn't some crazy conspiracy theory at all, a few questions to ask. For example, why was the U.S. media so quick to believe the Chinese Communist Party and take them at their word? We're not exactly dealing with the beacon of truth here. And will these outlets apologize for yet another rush to judgment?”

(via Fox News)

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