VIDEO: Experts Explore Lab Leak Hypothesis at WCW’s Congressional Briefing

Posted by Amanda Nieves

As part of our effort to urge Congress and the White House to investigate whether a leak at the taxpayer-funded Wuhan Animal Lab caused the COVID-19 pandemic, WCW joined forced with the Organic Consumers Association to co-host the first-ever lab leak Congressional briefing to bring lawmakers and their staffers up to speed on the latest developments.

Congressional staffers from over 50 Democrat and Republican offices joined our virtual event on May 24.

Following opening remarks by WCW Vice President Justin Goodman and OCA’s Alexis Baden-Meyer, physician-scientist Steven C. Quay, M.D., Ph.D., CEO of Atossa Therapeutics spoke about his research on the origin of the pandemic, which he published in January 2021 and which is available here. His analysis concludes that it is beyond a reasonable doubt the virus came from a laboratory accident in Wuhan, China.

Next, national security expert David Asher, Ph.D., a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute spoke about his work at the U.S. State Department looking into the origins of COVID-19 and why he believes the pandemic was caused by a lab leak.

You can watch the presentation below:


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