How Is This Legal? Scientists In London Lab Just Created A Mutant Super Strain of COVID And It’s Reportedly Lethal


by Alicia Powe, The Gateway Pundit:

British scientists have reportedly deliberately created deadly hybrid Covid strains in a university lab in London.

Twenty scientists at the Imperial College in London infected hamsters with mutant viruses including strains of the original coronavirus and parts of Omicron or Delta, according to the Daily Mail.


One of the scientists involved in the experiment is a member of the British government’s SAGE advisory panel.

Imperial College maintains the tax-payer-funded study was safe and that scientists adhered to British regulations while conducting the trial and denies that the work constitutes gain of function.

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Hamsters were infected with mutant viruses, blends of the original Wuhan strain and parts of either Omicron or Delta. Critics of the research, carried out by Imperial College London, called it 'insanity' and warned the lab trials could, in theory, unleash a new viral threat. Twenty scientists were involved in the project, including one who sits on the Government's advisory panel SAGE

Dr. Richard Ebright, a molecular biology expert at Rutgers University, warns the experiment could ignite another pandemic wave.

“At least four labs on two continents now have construed non-natural, lab-generated viruses that retain the high immune escape of Omicron and acquire higher severity than Omicron and that, as such, are reasonably expected to increase transmission or pathogenicity in humans,” Ebright noted on Twitter.

“This is insanity. Both in terms of the redundancy and waste. And especially, in terms of the risk of triggering a new pandemic wave upon accidental release of the lab-generated viruses — a risk exacerbated by the fact the lab-generated viruses are present in multiple locations,” he added.

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