Morning Jolt: The Circumstantial Evidence at Wuhan Lab Keeps Growing

Today's newsletter reads like a thriller novel: The Wall Street Journal gives us a slightly better look at what U.S. intelligence knows about researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology requiring hospitalization in November 2019; why you should never fly over Belarussian airspace; and summer beach-reading season is almost upon us.

Did COVID-19 Put Three Wuhan Lab Researchers in the Hospital? Or Just 'Common Seasonal Illness'?

It would be preferable if this Sunday's big Wall Street Journal scoop had a few more specifics attached to it:

Three researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology became sick enough in November 2019 that they sought hospital care, according to a previously undisclosed U.S. intelligence report: the researchers with symptoms consistent with both Covid-19 and common seasonal illness.

That's kind of a big distinction, now, isn't it?

Let's observe that most ...

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The Circumstantial Evidence at Wuhan Lab Keeps Growing

Today's newsletter reads like a thriller novel: The Wall Street Journal gives us a slightly better look at what U.S. intelligence knows about researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology requiring hospitalization in November 2019; why you should never fly over Belarussian airspace; and summer beach-reading season is almost upon us.

Did COVID-19 Put Three Wuhan Lab Researchers in the Hospital? Or Just 'Common Seasonal Illness'?

It would be preferable if this Sunday's big Wall Street Journal scoop had a few more specifics attached to it:

Three researchers from China's Wuhan Institute of Virology became sick enough in November 2019 that they sought hospital care, according to a previously undisclosed U.S. intelligence report: the researchers with symptoms consistent with both Covid-19 and common seasonal illness.

That's kind of a big distinction, now, isn't it?

Let's observe that most ...   READ MORE

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