Over a year ago, I reported in this newspaper that the Wuhan Institute of Virology has links to the Chinese military and was being eyed as a potential source of the coronavirus pandemic. As of today, every word of my story has been confirmed.
When the story was first published, however, Facebook and one of its “fact-checkers” in the media immediately sprang into action to silence my story and scrub the Internet of any reference to it. They labeled it as “false” and dismissed it as a “conspiracy theory.”
A year later, Facebook and its “fact-checker,” USA Today, acknowledge my report was entirely accurate. Yet — inexplicably — they still label the questions raised in my story about the Wuhan lab as “partly false.” — Read the rest of the Op-Ed by Bill Gertz of Washington Times
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