The curious political path of the Chinese virus

In our hyper-politicized world, where Democrats and the media frame all events, past and future, against a political backdrop and an upcoming presidential election, why shouldn't the all-consuming news event of this year, the Chinese virus, be viewed through a similar political lens?

coincidence is "a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection."  The viral pandemic, along with the public and governmental reactions, is indeed remarkable.  In the Trump presidency, there have been a number of events that one might tie into the current viral outbreak.

It's easy to brush off such coincidences as having no "apparent casual connection," yet upon closer scrutiny, they may be closely connected.  As the mysterious and enigmatic Q would say, "do you believe in coincidences?"

The Q group, a small military intelligence team working in the shadows with and for the president, frequently points out such coincidences from its bird's-eye view.  And did so recently.  Let's start with the virus itself.

For those who have observed the incessant effort by the Deep State and the left to destroy the Trump presidency, the events of the past few months fall into a well established pattern.

SARS coronavirus was first identified in 2003 after infecting humans in southern China in 2002.  A microbiology review paper published in 2007 concluded, "Coronaviruses are well known to undergo genetic recombination, which may lead to new genotypes and outbreaks."  With the Chinese cultural practice of wet markets, mixing the viral secretions of multiple exotic wild animals, "[t]he reemergence of SARS and other novel viruses from animals or laboratories" was a "time bomb," and "the need for preparedness should not be ignored."

The time bomb warning fell on deaf ears.  Or was someone actually listening and preparing?  A time bomb sits idle until activated.  Once the fuse is lit, the bomb will explode at a predetermined time in the future.

An interesting coincidence is that this virus started in Wuhan, China, which just so happens to be the home of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, China's only level 4 bio-safety lab.

Suggesting that the virus originated in the lab is called a conspiracy theory, debunked by a "consensus of scientists."  As a reminder, other consensuses of scientists tell us President Trump is mentally ill, that man-made global warming is destroying the planet, and that Saddam Hussein had WMDs.

The virus could have developed naturally within the wet markets, according to experts who are adamant that "humans could have never dreamed this up."  Could those same wet market conditions be replicated in a laboratory, producing similar results?  Given Chinese secrecy, we may never know for sure.

Beyond the science is the politics.  The timing of events is curious when looking at the Trump presidency and upcoming election.  The Chinese coronavirus was first noted in China in December 2019.  What was happening politically at that time in the U.S.?

Image credit: Needpix, public domain.

In our hyper-politicized world, where Democrats and the media frame all events, past and future, against a political backdrop and an upcoming presidential election, why shouldn't the all-consuming news event of this year, the Chinese virus, be viewed through a similar political lens?

coincidence is "a remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection."  The viral pandemic, along with the public and governmental reactions, is indeed remarkable.  In the Trump presidency, there have been a number of events that one might tie into the current viral outbreak.

It's easy to brush off such coincidences as having no "apparent casual connection," yet upon closer scrutiny, they may be closely connected.  As the mysterious and enigmatic Q would say, "do you believe in coincidences?"

The Q group, a small military intelligence team working in the shadows with and for the president, frequently points out such coincidences from its bird's-eye view.  And did so recently.  Let's start with the virus itself.

For those who have observed the incessant effort by the Deep State and the left to destroy the Trump presidency, the events of the past few months fall into a well established pattern.

SARS coronavirus was first identified in 2003 after infecting humans in southern China in 2002.  A microbiology review paper published in 2007 concluded, "Coronaviruses are well known to undergo genetic recombination, which may lead to new genotypes and outbreaks."  With the Chinese cultural practice of wet markets, mixing the viral secretions of multiple exotic wild animals, "[t]he reemergence of SARS and other novel viruses from animals or laboratories" was a "time bomb," and "the need for preparedness should not be ignored."

The time bomb warning fell on deaf ears.  Or was someone actually listening and preparing?  A time bomb sits idle until activated.  Once the fuse is lit, the bomb will explode at a predetermined time in the future.

An interesting coincidence is that this virus started in Wuhan, China, which just so happens to be the home of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, China's only level 4 bio-safety lab.

Suggesting that the virus originated in the lab is called a conspiracy theory, debunked by a "consensus of scientists."  As a reminder, other consensuses of scientists tell us President Trump is mentally ill, that man-made global warming is destroying the planet, and that Saddam Hussein had WMDs.

The virus could have developed naturally within the wet markets, according to experts who are adamant that "humans could have never dreamed this up."  Could those same wet market conditions be replicated in a laboratory, producing similar results?  Given Chinese secrecy, we may never know for sure.

Beyond the science is the politics.  The timing of events is curious when looking at the Trump presidency and upcoming election.  The Chinese coronavirus was first noted in China in December 2019.  What was happening politically at that time in the U.S.?

Image credit: Needpix, public domain.