It was always one of the possibilities (with unknown probability), and no new evidence has changed that.
Wouldn’t that perhaps be the exact reason why Fauci was discussing it in his emails a year ago? Because he doesn’t know either? At the same time we were discussing it, freely, here a year ago too? Because we don’t know either?
Is it possible that, just sometimes, the people in charge don’t actually know any more than we do? They just sometimes talk like they do?
The only thing that has changed, it seems to me is that this possibility is being pushed very hard right now as a narrative.
And it just seems that nobody is considering the possibility that Fauci is considered by Republicans to be a Democrat - and more than that: The mole who lost Trump the election. So they are taking him out. Is this a possibility? Its what they do. Or have we all got so lost in the desire to take him out too, that we don’t really care? Just a thought. There are criticisms to be made about things Fauci said during this crisis, but implying he is a comspirator seems just narrative to me. I am so tired of hearing “its in the emails” when its not. The old Russiagate trick. This is also the old lawyer’s trick of stating, in opening arguments “The prosecution will show…” then they don’t. Its perception management.
Where is the evidence that supports the claims? Oh yeah, its the intelligence services.