Missing Wuhan Virologist “Bat Woman” May Be The Key To Finally Uncovering The Truth About The Coronavirus
(Tea Party 247) – There may be one woman who knows the truth about the origin of the Wuhan coronavirus that has sparked a massive global pandemic response and resulted in the deaths of over 200,000 people worldwide. The only problem is, she isn’t talking and no one is really sure where she is.
Shi Zhengli, also known as “Bat Woman” by her colleagues for her expertise on coronaviruses in bats, is one of Wuhan’s top virologists and the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases. Shi is an expert researcher and has studied the subject of coronaviruses in bats at the lab in Wuhan for years. Now she’s gone missing.
Reports have emerged claiming the virologist has defected from China and fled to the US Embassy in Paris along with 1,000 pages of confidential research.
According to a May 2 article by the CCP newspaper Global Times, Shi denied the reports that she had defected. The CCP alleged that Shi issued a statement via social media saying she would never betray her country.
“No matter how difficult things are, it [defecting] shall never happen,” the statement appearing on her WeChat account reportedly read.
The Nikkei’s report [out of Japan] describes Shi as “one of the people most likely to know the truth about [the Wuhan coronavirus’s] origin.” As the report points out, Shi herself has remained largely silent so far on the origin of the Wuhan coronavirus. Any statements allegedly made by Shi, such as her CCP-approved social media statement on May 2, have yet to be proven as having come directly from her.
The CCP’s promotion of the social media post, in the absence of Shi offering public comments, does not necessarily mean the statement came from her, given the Communist party stands accused of silencing and punishing several Wuhan doctors who tried to share information about the novel coronavirus this year in the early months of its initial outbreak.
What Shi is reported to have said upon being notified of the first cases of the novel coronavirus by Wuhan authorities in December seems most revealing. In an article about Shi and the Wuhan coronavirus originally published on March 11 by the Scientific American, Shi told the magazine she immediately suspected that the novel coronavirus cases may have emerged from her Wuhan lab and asked herself, “Could they have come from our lab?” Shi continued:
I wondered if [the Wuhan municipal health authority] got it wrong,” she says. “I had never expected this kind of thing to happen in Wuhan, in central China.” Her studies had shown that the southern, subtropical provinces of Guangdong, Guangxi, and Yunnan have the greatest risk of coronaviruses jumping to humans from animals—particularly bats, a known reservoir. If coronaviruses were the culprit, she remembers thinking, “Could they have come from our lab?”
Is it possible that Shi knows where the coronavirus really came from? She has yet to deny any rumors that is came from her Wuhan lab as much of the world has suspected. Shi did say in an interview with Scientific American magazine back in April that she is “distressed” by these allegations but also said, “What we have uncovered is just the tip of the iceberg.”
This is very disturbing information. The best case scenario is that Shi is, in fact, in Paris at the US Embassy with information that will finally expose the truth about the coronavirus and China’s crimes against humanity through deceit and cover-ups. Worst case scenario, the CCP has already silenced her.