WATCH: Proof That Wuhan Lab Housed This Weird Animal

It looks like the rumors about the Covid-19 virus being linked to animals may be true.

Resurfaced video reveals that the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) kept bats in cages at the facility. This is more evidence that SARS-CoV-2 originated in the Chinese laboratory, as reported by the Epoch Times.

The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS), a Chinese Communist Party-owned entity that oversees the Wuhan lab, posted video that showed bats in cages in 2017. One of the lab’s scientists is seen holding a bat and feeding it a worm.

The video’s commentator states that the laboratory had obtained more than 15,000 bat samples from Africa and China.

The CAS released the video after the Wuhan lab earned China’s first P4 classification, which signifies the top bio-security level. This level of lab deals with exotic and dangerous microbes. Infections caused by these germs can be fatal, and many have no treatment or vaccines.

On top of this, the lab didn’t have safety standards to match its bio-security classification.

The video shows a researcher with a bat hanging from his hat, and insufficient protective gear.

Another 2017 report – the same time the researchers were studying SARS viruses – showed a researcher’s hand swollen from a bat bite.

Researcher Cui Jie said on Chinese government-run CCTV that bats “could bite your hands through the glove,” and the bites felt like “being jabbed by a needle.”

Chinese media sources acknowledged the video last year. However, the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, corporate media, and the Deep State all denied it. This was part of their coordinated effort to censor and discredit the lab-leak theory.

This contradicts what U.S. zoologist Peter Daszak said about the Wuhan lab. Daszak led the World Health Organization’s effort to determine COVID-19’s origin. He said that the Wuhan lab (WIV) did not house bats for research.

He responded on Twitter to an article from The Independent, which reported that “samples from the bats were sent to the Wuhan laboratory for genetic analyses of the viruses collected in the field.” Daszak wrote:

“Important error in this piece. No BATS were ‘sent to Wuhan lab for genetic analyses of viruses collected in the field. That’s not how this science works. We collect bat samples, send them to the lab. We RELEASE bats where we catch them!”

Sorry, Peter. This video and other evidence proves otherwise.

The WIV has filed paperwork to secure two patents related to breeding bats. And a patent request from June 2018 describes a bat cage for “healthy growth and breeding under artificial conditions.”

Another patent filing from October 2020 says that the “invention discloses an artificial breeding method of wild bat with predatory insects.”

And a website associated with the CAS says that the WIV has three “barrier facilities” that contain 12 bat cages.

Daszak also has a conflict of interest that should have disqualified him from leading the WHO’s campaign to learn the origin of COVID-19. And it proves he knew the WIV conducted research that included bats.

He’s the president of EcoHealth Alliance, a non-profit that bills itself as a “pandemic prevention” organization despite its support for dangerous virus experiments, including gain-of-function research.

Between 2014 and 2019, EcoHealth Alliance trasferred $826,777 from the US federal government to the Chinese-owned WIV for bat coronavirus research. This was reported by the Epoch Times.

Daszak backtracked his earlier denials after the media reported that US intelligence sources knew that Chinese researchers were hospitalized for coronavirus-like symptoms. This was a month before the first positive COVID-19 test.

He said on June 1 that the WHO coronavirus origin probe “didn’t ask” if WIV housed live bats for research. Daszak said in this Twitter post:

“I wouldn’t be surprised if, like many other virology labs, they were trying to set up a bat colony.”

It looks like Daszak and Fauci are changing their stories to try to not look guilty. However, there’s too much evidence which proves they’re at least partially to blame for the spread – if not the origin – of the Covid-19 virus.