ABC’s Jon Karl admits Pres. Trump was right on COVID-19 origins

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A mainstream television network has admitted that President Donald Trump was right to question the origins of COVID-19 all along.  In a segment of “This Week” on ABC News on Sunday, correspondent Jon Karl had to admit Trump was right when he called for a probe into the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Karl said, “we should find out what happened. This is one of the greatest crises our country has ever faced, and the world has ever faced. We need to know how it started. This was an idea that was first put forward by Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State of Donald Trump.”

Over the past year, the legacy media dismissed the Wuhan lab leak hypothesis as a conspiracy theory. However, a recent House Intelligence report found there is overwhelming circumstantial evidence backing up that theory.

Karl ended his response on the matter saying, “some things may be true even if Donald Trump said them.”

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