Former State Dept. Lead Investigator Reveals Wife of Wuhan Lab Researcher Died From COVID in December 2019

Following US intelligence revelations that at least three workers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology were hospitalised in November 2019 with symptoms exactly matching COVID, it has now emerged that the wife of one of the researchers in the lab DIED from the virus just days after.

Former State Department official David Asher, who led an investigation Under President Trump, told the Daily Caller that “an individual who worked at the Wuhan Institute of Virology at the time provided the information on the lab researcher’s wife dying, according to Asher.”

All of this occurred while the communist Chinese government was telling the World Health Organisation that the virus was not transmissible between people. That situation continued for a further MONTH after this information was known.

Asher’s investigation was later shut down by the Biden Administration.

Asher has said that it is “very doubtful that three people in highly protected circumstances” all became sick with “severe conditions all in the same week, and it didn’t have anything to do with the coronavirus.”

Asher has also previously said that the intelligence points to an involvement of the Chinese military conducting bioweapons research at the lab.

The former State Department official said Friday that the evidence shows the coronavirus was “optimized for transmission between humans in a way that no bat-borne coronavirus ever had been.”

Asher added that that the idea the COVID-19 virus emerged naturally out of a zoonotic situation is “ridiculous,” and that “there was almost no evidence that supported a natural, zoonotic evolution or source of COVID-19.”

Previous reports have suggested that the Wuhan Institute took a shipment of some of the world’s deadliest pathogens just weeks before the outbreak of the coronavirus. It is also known that the lab was tampering with natural pathogens and mutating them to become more infectious through ‘gain of function’ research.