Energy Department says pandemic is likely to have emerged from Wuhan Lab Chinese president Xi Jinping / Getty Images
Monday’s attack on Elon Musk by the Chinese Communist Party came after Musk seemed to endorse the theory of COVID-19 being leaked from China.
After Musk responded to a tweet about the Department of Energy’s activities, the warning was issued. Conclusion It is likely that the virus originated in China’s lab accident. Chinese state-run newspaper Global Times Musk was threatened by an editorial published by Musk. His tweet questioned whether Anthony Fauci paid for the development of coronavirus at Wuhan Institute of Virology. “Elon Musk, are you breaking the pot of China?”
“Breaking the pot” This is about the same as “biting the hand that feeds you,” CNBC reported. China is Musk’s second largest market for Tesla’s electric car company, and it also has a large production plant in Shanghai.
It was done through an intermediary organization (EcoHealth).
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) February 26, 2023
China is sensitive about reports on coronavirus origins in China. China’s economy was severely affected by regime lockdowns and has been under increased scrutiny since the Energy Department report. The FBI and the department were the only federal agencies that supported the so-called laboratory leak theory.
After the meeting, the Energy Department concluded its activities. “new intelligence, further study of academic literature, and consultation with experts outside government,” The Wall Street Journal reported.
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