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Cash, COVID and cover-up, part 4: The virus that didn't bark

Added 09-24-21 06:17:02pm EST - “Click here for part 1 of this series: Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 1: The questions we should have asked of Fauci about the origins of COVID-19Click here for part 2 of this series: Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 2: The gain-of-function…” - Theblaze.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Theblaze.com: “Cash, COVID and cover-up, part 4: The virus that didn't bark”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Click here for part 1 of this series: Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 1: The questions we should have asked of Fauci about the origins of COVID-19

Click here for part 2 of this series: Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 2: The gain-of-function controversy

Click here for part 3 of this series: Cash, COVID, and cover-up, part 3: 'You will have tasks today that must be done'

In the classic short story "The Adventure of Silver Blaze," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle once famously had Sherlock Holmes solve a case based on what might be called the absence of a key piece of evidence. And while Holmes' solution of the case might have been a bit of an unwarranted leap, sometimes the absence of evidence can be quite compelling, especially when it appears that evidence was likely destroyed. If a woman is found dead, and then the next day her husband vanishes, leaving behind a house that has been scrubbed floor-to-ceiling with bleach, well ... it doesn't prove he murdered her, but pretty much everyone will have justified suspicions to that effect unless some compelling evidence surfaces to the contrary.

In examining whether the lab leak theory is true or not, it is difficult to come to a hard-and-fast conclusion based on scientific evidence; however, that's not because the science is in some way necessarily unclear. That's because the Chinese government has gone to extraordinary lengths to destroy evidence and hamper any investigation into what happened at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China.

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