Michael P. Senger
Last month, a group of leading virologists—including such big names as Angela Rasmussen, Marion Koopmans, Eddie Holmes, and Kristian Andersen—jointly published a major study claiming to show “that the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 occurred through the live wildlife trade in China and show that the Huanan market was the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.”
… According to the study, when the geographical coordinates for the earliest known Covid cases, in December 2019, were plotted on a map of Wuhan, they formed a clear cluster “with the market at the dead centre.”
… There’s just one big, glaring problem with these researchers’ analysis. These 174 cases in Wuhan in December 2019 were not, in fact, “the earliest known 174 COVID-19 cases in the world.” In fact, we now have overwhelming, often peer- reviewed evidence that the virus began spreading undetected all over the world by fall 2019 at the very latest.