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The U.S. government’s paltry gestures toward investigating the origins of COVID-19 show a disturbing lack of appreciation for the gravity of this question. More than 600,000 Americans have died from COVID-19—approximately half the total number killed in all American wars—yet the government has not even begun to utilize the many investigative tools at its disposal to get to the bottom of how this virus emerged or the reasons for the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) cover-up. To prevent future pandemics and protect the people of the United States from further harm, it is vital to pursue serious, comprehensive investigations that are not bound by artificial timelines, but committed to discovering the truth above all else. How should this be executed? What are the barriers and opportunities to doing so?
Join Hudson Institute CEO John Walters, Senior Fellow David Asher, Adjunct Fellow Tom DiNanno and expert panelists Kevin Brock and Diane Cutler for this timely conversation.