After bipartisan support from the House and Senate, a bill requiring the Biden administration to declassify intelligence on the origins of COVID-19 was passed.
Despite this, President Biden avoided questions from reporters about the decision on Friday, prompting speculation from Republican Rep. Kat Cammack that the President’s reluctance to act is due to the potential exposure of other collusive practices within his administration.
Cammack noted that the unanimous support of both Republicans and Democrats in the bill’s passing was a clear indication that the administration should take action on China, as well as funding sources for various health organizations such as the W.H.O., NIH, CDC, and FDA.
She went on to suggest that the declassification of the intelligence reports would reveal deep-rooted collusion between the Biden administration and social media companies who have attempted to silence dissenting opinions regarding COVID-19.
While Cammack’s comments may suggest a sense of foreboding for the Biden administration, it is important to note that the declassification of intelligence reports regarding the origins of COVID-19 is a significant step towards transparency and accountability in government.
The decision will enable the public to gain access to previously classified information and make their own conclusions about the origins of the virus.
It is also worth noting that while Cammack suggests collusion between the Biden administration and social media companies, there is currently no concrete evidence to support this claim. It is important to approach such claims with skepticism and rely on verified sources of information.
Ultimately, the passing of the bill represents a positive step towards understanding the origins of COVID-19 and holding those responsible accountable.
While there may be concerns about potential revelations that could arise from the declassification of intelligence reports, it is important to prioritize transparency and accountability in government, even if it may be uncomfortable or challenging for those in power.