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Questioning coronavirus origins is not a conspiracy

5 April 2020

6:13 AM

5 April 2020

6:13 AM

The exact origins of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, remain unknown. We know only that it began in the Wuhan province in China, but the Chinese Communist party has gone to great lengths to obfuscate the full picture of its initial spread.

Journalists should be clamoring for this information.

​But, for a large section of the American media, who have engaged in China apologia over the course of the past few months, challenging China or by proxy the World Health Organization is completely off limits.

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