The New York Times is reporting that U.S. intelligence officials have informed the White House that they have a large amount of ‘unexamined evidence’ related to the origins of the coronavirus global pandemic.

The Times reported, “President Biden’s call for a 90-day sprint to understand the origins of the coronavirus pandemic came after intelligence officials told the White House they had a raft of still-unexamined evidence that required additional computer analysis that might shed light on the mystery, according to senior administration officials.”

The news comes as media outlets being to admit that that the so-called “lab leak” hypothesis – that COVID came from the Wuhan Institute of Virology – is a real possibility.

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Large Amount Of Unexamined Evidence

“The officials declined to describe the new evidence,” the report noted.

“But the revelation that they are hoping to apply an extraordinary amount of computer power to the question of whether the virus accidentally leaked from a Chinese laboratory suggests that the government may not have exhausted its databases of Chinese communications, the movement of lab workers and the pattern of the outbreak of the disease around the city of Wuhan.”

The Hill noted on Thursday, “News of the additional evidence came before President Biden announced that he told intelligence officials to ‘redouble their efforts’ into investigating the origins and produce a report by August, according to the Times.”

On Thursday, Biden promised that he would make the investigation findings public.

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White House begins to take investigating origins more seriously

The Times observed, “The White House is hoping that allies and partners can tap their networks of human sources to find additional information about what happened inside the laboratory.”

“While the United States has been rebuilding its own sources in China, it has still not fully recovered from the elimination of its network inside the country a decade ago,” the NYT’s reported.

“As a result, having allies press their informants about what went on inside the Wuhan Institute of Virology will be a key part of the intelligence push ahead,” the Times also said.

 

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