Recently, I can’t help but feel vindicated by the recent comments made by Dr. Robert Redfield, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). You see, back in March of 2021, Dr. Redfield spoke out about his belief that COVID-19 may have originated from a laboratory release of a modified virus created through gain-of-function research.

Now, for those who may not be familiar, gain-of-function research is a type of scientific inquiry where viruses or other microorganisms are genetically modified to make them more virulent or infectious in order to study their behavior and potential effects on humans. The idea is to learn more about how these pathogens work and develop potential treatments or vaccines.

But as Dr. Redfield pointed out, there are serious risks associated with this type of research. The possibility of the accidental or intentional release of highly virulent viruses that could cause a pandemic is a major concern, and it’s exactly what happened in 2020.

Now, some may argue that the idea of a laboratory leak is just a conspiracy theory or a way to deflect blame from the Chinese government, but I think the evidence speaks for itself. As Dr. Redfield recently stated in an interview with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, “Yep!” when asked if COVID-19 could be linked to gain-of-function research.

And it’s not just Dr. Redfield who has raised these concerns. Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has also been implicated in funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, where some believe the virus may have originated.

But what’s even more troubling is the apparent suppression of dissenting views within the scientific community. Dr. Redfield has stated that he was excluded from meetings by Dr. Fauci because of his beliefs about the origins of COVID-19. As he pointed out to Rep. Greene, “When you have a group of people who decide there can only be one point of view, it can be very problematic.”

This kind of censorship and groupthink is dangerous, especially when it comes to issues as important as public health. We need to be open to all possibilities and investigate all leads, even if they may be uncomfortable or inconvenient.

So, what can we do to prevent future pandemics? Well, one thing we can do is take a closer look at the risks and benefits of gain-of-function research. While it may provide valuable insights into the behavior of pathogens, we need to be sure that the potential risks are minimized and that proper safety protocols are in place.

We also need to hold our public officials and scientific leaders accountable. If there’s evidence of wrongdoing or suppression of dissenting views, it needs to be brought to light and addressed.

Finally, we need to keep an open mind and be willing to consider all possibilities when it comes to the origins of COVID-19 and other potential pandemics. We can’t afford to let political correctness or groupthink get in the way of finding the truth.

As Dr. Redfield has said, “The virus is real, the pandemic is real, the impacts on our society are real, and the response to the pandemic needs to be real.” Let’s take his words to heart and work together to prevent future pandemics and protect the health and well-being of all people.

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Sources: TrendingPolitics, CNN

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