When then-President Donald Trump first suggested early in the COVID-19 pandemic that the Wuhan coronavirus ‘may’ have originated in a lab in that city, it immediately made sense.
First and foremost, Trump has seldom been proven wrong about the things he says, despite the fact that his usual detractors in the hate-stream media and the hater Democrat Party reflexively discount him because they are hapless partisans. Never mind how many times those fools have been proven wrong.
With that in mind, it’s interesting to see how many of those same people are now changing their tune about the lab-leak “theory” Trump espoused early on, just as details begin to leak about a high-level Chinese defector who is now in U.S. custody and is allegedly spilling the beans about COVID’s true origins, along with details about a host of other bioweapons programs being pursued by Beijing’s military.
“He alleges that the current pandemic was caused by a lab leak, and that bats were the real cover-up story. The defector alleges that while the lab leak was an accident, it was allowed to spread,” Townhall reported.
In addition, according to the most recent developments, the identity of the defector has been confirmed: He’s definitely a high-ranking Chinese counterintelligence official, so what he has to say is being taken very seriously.
According to Matthew Brazil and Jeff Stein at “Spy Talk“:
Chinese-language anti-communist media and Twitter are abuzz this week with rumors that a vice minister of State Security, Dong Jingwei defected in mid-February, flying from Hong Kong to the United States with his daughter, Dong Yang.
Dong is, or was, a longtime official in China’s Ministry of State Security (MSS), also known as the Guoanbu. His publicly available background indicates that he was responsible for the Ministry’s counterintelligence efforts in China, i.e., spy-catching, since being promoted to vice minister in April 2018. If the stories are true, Dong would be the highest-level defector in the history of the People’s Republic of China.
Red State has since confirmed the reporting with its own sources, so the guy is legitimate. And here’s what he has reportedly divulged to U.S. intelligence officials thus far:
— Info about early pathogenic studies of the COVID-19 virus
— Models of how the virus would spread, damaging the U.S. and the rest of the world
— Financial records showing which organizations and governments funded COVID-19 research as well as work on additional biowarfare research (Dr. Anthony Fauci, beware?)
— The names of U.S. citizens who are giving China intelligence (this is huge)
— Names and records of U.S. business leaders and public officials who have gotten ChiCom money
— Details surrounding meetings that U.S. government officials had, maybe unwittingly, with spies from China and Russia
— Details about how China got access to a highly secretive CIA communications system that led to the death of dozens of Chinese citizens who were working for our premier spy agency
There’s more, and it directly relates to our current leadership.
“Dong also has provided DIA with copies of the contents of the hard drive on Hunter Biden’s laptop, showing the information the Chinese government has about Hunter’s pornography problem and about his (and Joe’s) business dealings with Chinese entities,” Jen Van Laar of Red State noted.
“Some of the files on Dong have proven to shine a light on just how it was that the sale of Henniges Automotive (and their stealth technology) to Chinese military manufacturer AVIC Auto was approved,” she added, citing highly classified technology that aided Beijing’s stealth fighter technology.
In September, a new film titled, “Riding the Dragon: The Bidens’ Chinese Secrets,” detailed a number of business deals Hunter Biden did “as a board member of the Beijing-based BHR Partners investment firm,” the New York Post reported at the time.
The deals “served the ‘strategic interests’ of the country’s communist government and military — and may have imperiled American national security,” The Post added.
Sounds like our new Chinese counterintelligence friend has confirmed that. Now — what’s going to come of it?