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FBI Director Wray Admits COVID Started in Wuhan Lab

'So here you’re talking about a potential leak from a Chinese government-controlled lab that killed millions of Americans... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) After years of obfuscation, censorship and disinformation, the truth about the origins of the COVID pandemic are mysteriously and suddenly coming to light, as the Biden regime shifts its approved lab leak theory narrative.

The latest example came from FBI Director Christopher Wray, who during a Tuesday interview with Fox News admitted that the bureau “has for quite some time now assessed that the origins of the pandemic are most likely a potential lab incident in Wuhan.” 

“So here you’re talking about a potential leak from a Chinese government-controlled lab that killed millions of Americans. And that’s precisely what that capability was designed for,” Wray said during an interview with Fox News anchor Bret Baier.

“I should add that our work related to this continues, and there are not a whole lot of details I can share that aren’t classified,” Wray told Fox News. “I will just make the observation that the Chinese government, it seems to me, has been doing its best to try to thwart and obfuscate the work here. The work that we’re doing, the work that our U.S. government and close foreign partners are doing. And that’s unfortunate for everybody.”

Wray’s admissions followed the Biden’s Department of Energy coming clean about the Wuhan-origins of COVID resulting from a lab leak.

An American public that had been lied to for years noted how quickly the acceptable, regime-approved narrative had changed.

“And just like that, they all change their tune,” tweeted one commenter. “It’s so frustrating, although it’s obviously designed to be that way.”

“If you even questioned the origin of the virus being a lab leak that was considered a right wing conspiracy theory,” one commenter noted.

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