Can you spot anything a bit confusing in this Washington Post headline about what U.S. spy agencies think about the origin of Covid-19?
U.S. spy agencies rule out possibility the coronavirus was created as a bioweapon, say origin will stay unknown without China’s help https://t.co/x0SOkN5DqN
— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 28, 2021
Something seems a little “off” in that headline.
That makes no sense. Rules out bio weapon but also says origin will stay unknown…so how can they rule out bio weapon?
— MAB (@MABUSUK) August 28, 2021
How can you rule out bio weapon without understanding of its origin?
— Maam (@lootledida) August 28, 2021
We can’t ever know the origin but we’ve ruled out one of the possibilities makes no sense.
(And I suspect it was NOT a bio weapon but still.) https://t.co/YM07INEdXJ
— Sir Aaron (@SirAaron_) August 28, 2021
It's either not a bioweapon or it's origin is unknown. Can't be both. https://t.co/tbThzQ91R8
— Eco Fashion by BG 👠 (@EcoFashionByBG) August 28, 2021
How can anything be ruled out, if they don't even know where it originated??
— Proud American Woman 🇺🇸 (@1USAPROUD) August 28, 2021
Not sure that determination can be made without knowing the origin. I call bs on this. They know.
— Cup (@WFTinRonItrust) August 28, 2021
They can’t rule anything out except that it wasn’t a bioweapon?
Does anyone believe this anymore? https://t.co/eoQyhDme6A
— Bsim1 (@Bsim110) August 28, 2021
So it was definitely a bioweapon then https://t.co/gBtR1wzcPD
— Theseus (@theseusfitness) August 28, 2021
But nobody in the Biden administration is going to risk angering China. After all, they’re needed to help push climate change alarmism:
US Climate Envoy John Kerry will travel to China and Japan next week to meet with top climate officials ahead of a pivotal United Nations climate conference in Glasgow in November. https://t.co/F6GgafHBtv
— CNN (@CNN) August 27, 2021
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