There is a clear connection between Canada's BSL4 National Microbiology Laboratory in Winnipeg, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology for the creation of Covid-19. Buried deep in this story is Dr. Frank Plummer, the former director of Canada’s NML. Dr. Plummer received a unique mutation of the coronavirus, during his time as the director, and received $8.3 million in research funding from the Gates Foundation. Plummer conveniently died from heart failure in Kenya, shortly after the Covid-19 pandemic began, on February 4 of 2020. The pandemic started immediately after the Gates Foundation simulation of a coronavirus outbreak, 'Event 201', preceeded by the 2017 SPARS Pandemic Scenario training exercise by John Hopkins, both abour a novel coronavirus pandemic. 2017 was also when Anthony Fauci authorized gain of function research to create advanced pathogens. There is overwhelming evidence of a global collusion of a planned pandemic. Director Plummer acquired this unique SARS coronavirus sample from a Saudi patient at Canada's NML in Winnipeg from Ron Fouchier, a leading virologist at the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He was sent the virus by an Egyptian virologist, Dr. Ali Mohamed Zaki, who isolated and identified this unknown type of coronavirus from the patient’s lungs. Fouchier sequenced the virus from that sample which arrived at Canada’s NML on May 4, 2013. Dr. Plummer was the director until 2014, and had knowledge of this unique coronavirus. The lab replicated and stocked the virus, and then used it to assess diagnostic tests in Canada. They also began working on the virus to see which animal species could be infected with this new mutation. Ron Fouchier was infamous for his gain of function research on the H5N1 bird flu virus, bioengineering the virus to effectively spread in mammals. Fouchier's extensive involvement with Sars-Cov-1 and Dr. Frank Plummer has also somehow flown completely under the radar, avoiding any official investigations. An undisclosed number of virologists were escorted from the NML on July 5th of 2019. Their tracks were covered up by Canadian Intelligence, and the legacy news that started surviving on $600 million subsidiaries from Justin Trudeau's parliament in the same year. These virologists disappeared from view throughout the Covid-19 pandemic. They were a key part of the Covid-19 development program at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and are being shielded from investigations. Unsurprisingly, the earliest samples from early Wuhan COVID-19 patients show the presence of genetically modified Henipah virus, one of the two types of viruses sent to China from the Canadian laboratory. The Public Health Agency of Canada is still refusing to disclose information on this groups disappearance and sudden dismissal. They have not updated information on this group, despite the discovery of modified Henipah Strains in Wuhan Covid-19 patient samples, fueling suspicion of who was in this group. Dr. Qiu and her husband had ties to high ranking members of Chinese military officials, and the information on this group must be damning for Canadian authorities. The former director Plummer also had a habit of getting biological material he was working on “stolen." A report from 2009, from the Winnepeg Free Press, details that a theft of 22 vials of biological material was “confirmed by scientific director Dr. Frank Plummer.” He allegedly alerted authorities to the missing material on the same day that a former vaccine researcher was arrested by the FBI after U.S. Customs discovered the vials, stuffed in a glove in the trunk of his car at the Manitoba-North Dakota border crossing. More than a week after this theft came to light, the authorities claimed that nobody from the lab reported this incident. Plummer claimed that his researcher declared he had not taken anything, and understood that he was not allowed to remove materials from this lab. This full containment level 4 biolab also claimed to not conduct searches of staff, and does not routinely take inventory of the thousands of vials containing non-infectious biological substances. They are claiming you can walk out of this building containing Ebola strains without intense monitoring, it almost sounds as easy as stealing sandwiches out of grocery stores. However, court documents later revealed that the former researcher stole the vials on his last day of work in January because “he did not want to start his research over from the beginning when he entered into his next fellowship,” with the National Institutes of Health at the Biodefense Research Laboratory in Maryland. In another incident implying a global collusion, Alexander Kagansky, a Russian scientist working on the virus, was twice stabbed and thrown off the window of his 14th floor flat. In Pennsylvania, Professor Bing Liu of the University of Pittsburgh was on the verge of a breakthrough in a scientific understanding of the new coronavirus but was shot dead. Then a World Health Organization (WHO) driver carrying coronavirus samples was shot dead in Myanmar. The WHO vehicle was carrying coronavirus samples when it came under attack. The WHO confirmed that the driver, Pyae Sone Win Maung, died of his injuries from the attack. Reuters reported that the vehicle had come under gunfire. Then there is the mysterious co-incidental death of all four African heads of state who spoke out against the COVID lockdowns and experimental vaccines. Very strange for so many people to be dying who opposed or perhaps had evidence against the mainstream narrative. Furthermore, leaked emails showing a statement in The Lancet authored by 27 prominent public health scientists, condemning “conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin," was organized by employees of EcoHealth Alliance, a non-profit group that receives millions of dollars of US taxpayer funding to genetically manipulate coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. This an obvious conflicts of interest. Peter Daszak is the President of EcoHealth Alliance, who left a paper trail of personally providing $600,000 to the Wuhan Laboratory. Samples from early Wuhan COVID-19 patients show the presence of genetically modified Henipah virus,” reports Omid Ghoreishi of The Epoch Times. That was the finding of Dr. Steven Quay, a Seattle-based physician and scientist, and former faculty member at the Stanford University School of Medicine. In COVID-19 samples uploaded by scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) shortly after China informed the World Health Organization about the outbreak, Dr. Quay found “genetic manipulation of the Nipah virus which is more lethal than Ebola.” Joe Wang Ph.D., who headed a vaccine program for SARS in Canada, was able to replicate Dr. Quay’s findings. The Henipah virus was part of a load of deadly pathogens transferred from Canada’s National Microbiology Lab (NML) to the WIV by Dr. Xiangguo Qiu. The Chinese national headed the special pathogens program at the NML, and in recent years made multiple trips to the WIV and other agencies involved in China’s biological weapons development. In 2019, Dr. Qiu and her husband Keding Cheng were removed from the NML and subsequently fired. At this writing, their whereabouts are unknown. Canada public health services is refusing to release information on the pair. Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984, funded the WIV for dangerous gain-of-function research that makes viruses more lethal and transmissible. Dr. Fauci supports the theory that the virus that causes COVID-19 developed naturally in the wild. Dr. Robert Redfield, former head of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) finds no evidence for that theory and told reporters he was “very rapidly sidelined, threatened because somehow I believed as a virologist that this virus may have come from the laboratory.” Before his recent discovery of genetically altered material, Dr. Quay co-authored, “The Science Suggests a Wuhan Lab Leak,” noting that the COVID-19 pathogen has a genetic footprint never observed in a natural coronavirus. “In gain-of-function research, a microbiologist can increase the lethality of a coronavirus enormously by splicing a special sequence into its genome at a prime location,” Dr. Quay and co-author Richard Muller explain. “Doing this leaves no trace of manipulation. But it alters the virus spike protein, rendering it easier for the virus to inject genetic material into the victim cell.” The result of similar experiments “has always been supercharged viruses.” Dr. Quay earned his MD and Ph.D. at the University of Michigan, served as a postdoctoral fellow in the chemistry department at MIT with Nobel Laureate H. Gobind Khorana, and spent almost a decade on the faculty of Stanford University. Dr. Quay is also the author of the manuscript, “A Bayesian analysis concludes beyond a reasonable doubt that SARS-CoV-2 is not a natural zoonosis but instead is laboratory derived.” Anthony Fauci earned a medical degree in 1966 but his bio shows no advanced degrees in molecular biology or biochemistry. Dr. Fauci has reversed himself on many aspects of the pandemic and recently claimed that those who criticize him are “actually criticizing science.” But the most compelling reason to favor the lab leak hypothesis is firmly based in science. In particular, consider the genetic fingerprint of CoV-2, the novel coronavirus responsible for the disease Covid-19. In gain-of-function research, a microbiologist can increase the lethality of a coronavirus enormously by splicing a special sequence into its genome at a prime location. Doing this leaves no trace of manipulation. But it alters the virus spike protein, rendering it easier for the virus to inject genetic material into the victim cell. Since 1992 there have been at least 11 separate experiments adding a special sequence to the same location. The end result has always been supercharged viruses. A genome is a blueprint for the factory of a cell to make proteins. The language is made up of three-letter “words,” 64 in total, that represent the 20 different amino acids. For example, there are six different words for the amino acid arginine, the one that is often used in supercharging viruses. Every cell has a different preference for which word it likes to use most. In the case of the gain-of-function supercharge, other sequences could have been spliced into this same site. Instead of a CGG-CGG (known as “double CGG”) that tells the protein factory to make two arginine amino acids in a row, you’ll obtain equal lethality by splicing any one of 35 of the other two-word combinations for double arginine. If the insertion takes place naturally, say through recombination, then one of those 35 other sequences is far more likely to appear; CGG is rarely used in the class of coronaviruses that can recombine with CoV-2. In fact, in the entire class of coronaviruses that includes CoV-2, the CGG-CGG combination has never been found naturally. That means the common method of viruses picking up new skills, called recombination, cannot operate here. A virus simply cannot pick up a sequence from another virus if that sequence isn’t present in any other virus. Although the double CGG is suppressed naturally, the opposite is true in laboratory work. The insertion sequence of choice is the double CGG. That’s because it is readily available and convenient, and scientists have a great deal of experience inserting it. An additional advantage of the double CGG sequence compared with the other 35 possible choices: It creates a useful beacon that permits the scientists to track the insertion in the laboratory. Now the damning fact. It was this exact sequence that appears in CoV-2. Proponents of zoonotic origin must explain why the novel coronavirus, when it mutated or recombined, happened to pick its least favorite combination, the double CGG. Why did it replicate the choice the lab’s gain-of-function researchers would have made? Yes, it could have happened randomly, through mutations. But do you believe that? At the minimum, this fact—that the coronavirus, with all its random possibilities, took the rare and unnatural combination used by human researchers—implies that the leading theory for the origin of the coronavirus must be laboratory escape. When the lab’s Shi Zhengli and colleagues published a paper in February 2020 with the virus’s partial genome, they omitted any mention of the special sequence that supercharges the virus or the rare double CGG section. Yet the fingerprint is easily identified in the data that accompanied the paper. Was it omitted in the hope that nobody would notice this evidence of the gain-of-function origin? But in a matter of weeks virologists Bruno Coutard and colleagues published their discovery of the sequence in CoV-2 and its novel supercharged site. Double CGG is there; you only have to look. They comment in their paper that the protein that held it “may provide a gain-of-function” capability to the virus, “for efficient spreading” to humans. There is additional scientific evidence that points to CoV-2’s gain-of-function origin. The most compelling is the dramatic differences in the genetic diversity of CoV-2, compared with the coronaviruses responsible for SARS and MERS. Both of those were confirmed to have a natural origin; the viruses evolved rapidly as they spread through the human population, until the most contagious forms dominated. Covid-19 didn’t work that way. It appeared in humans already adapted into an extremely contagious version. No serious viral “improvement” took place until a minor variation occurred many months later in England. Such early optimization is unprecedented, and it suggests a long period of adaptation that predated its public spread. Science knows of only one way that could be achieved: simulated natural evolution, growing the virus on human cells until the optimum is achieved. That is precisely what is done in gain-of-function research. Mice that are genetically modified to have the same coronavirus receptor as humans, called “humanized mice,” are repeatedly exposed to the virus to encourage adaptation. The presence of the double CGG sequence is strong evidence of gene splicing, and the absence of diversity in the public outbreak suggests gain-of-function acceleration. The scientific evidence points to the conclusion that the virus was developed in a laboratory. Dr. Quay is founder of Atossa Therapeutics and author of “Stay Safe: A Physician’s Guide to Survive Coronavirus.” Mr. Muller is an emeritus professor of physics at the University of California Berkeley and a former senior scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.