Rep. Dan Crenshaw Blasts the Media for Calling the Lab Leak Hypothesis a Conspiracy Theory

GOP Rep. Dan Crenshaw is back on Capitol Hill after getting medical treatment for his eye and he didn’t waste any time getting into it with the media.

He argued China overplayed propaganda that the Wuhan lab leak theory was a conspiracy theory when in fact it is proven more and more every day that it could be a big possibility.

The latest video from the Golden State Times reveals the difference between a conspiracy theory and common sense in this case was about 12 months.

Crenshaw says, “China is protected from America suing them under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act which limits legal action  in the United States courts against foreign states. My bill will hold the Chinese Communist Party accountable for infecting Americans by removing that protection.”

It’s hard to believe he introduced this act a year ago! Crenshaw saw the problem long before most Americans. Maybe it has to do with his military training. Or maybe he just cut through the spin of mainstream media and looked at the facts from the start.

Watch for yourself and see why we need Crenshaw and more leaders like him taking on China to get to the truth of the coronavirus.


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