State dept. records “credibly suggest” COVID-19 came from Wuhan lab, CCP concealed leak

by | May 8, 2024

The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic conducted a review of classified State Department records, which members assert “credibly suggest” that COVID-19 originated from a “lab-related accident in Wuhan, China,” and that the Chinese Communist Party tried to conceal the lab leak.

Committee Chairman Brad Wenstrup sent a letter to Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Tuesday, urging him to declassify the records to disclose the truth about COVID origins to the American public.

Wenstrup noted that the State Department provided classified documents to the select committee, despite these same documents having been previously released in an “unclassified and highly redacted” format through a Freedom of Information Act production to a nonprofit organization named U.S. Right to Know.

In the letter obtained by Fox News, Wenstrup stated that the classified materials provided to the committee contain “highly pertinent information that credibly suggests COVID-19 originated from a lab-related accident in Wuhan, China.”

Wenstrup highlighted that the documents also indicate that the Chinese Communist Party “acted to prevent, and in fact obstructed, a fulsome investigation into these matters.” The documents also suggest a “seamless relationship” between the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, according to Wenstrup.

Wenstrup further urged Blinken to provide a staff-level briefing on the records before May 14.

Read the heavily redacted state documents:

Part 1

Part 2

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