This is a long overdue, yet welcome piece of news.
Today, the House of Representatives unanimously voted for a Covid origins bill that would force the Director of National Intelligence to release all information regarding the origins of Covid-19.
All that is left now is for Joe Biden to sign the bill. …
If he signs it then it will be a win for transparency and all of us on the right side of history. …
If he doesn’t sign it—and part of me wants him not to—it will be a damning indictment and will tell us all that we have ever needed to know.
Here’s more on the story:
🚨BIG NEWS🚨 My COVID origins bill has been passed unanimously by every Senator and every Representative. I hope that the President will do the right thing and uncover the truth for Americans. pic.twitter.com/Y8tfqTl3jY
— Senator Mike Braun (@SenatorBraun) March 10, 2023
JUST IN – House votes 419-0 on a bill that requires the Director of National Intelligence to declassify all information on the origins of COVID. The bill now requires Biden’s signature. pic.twitter.com/WWsYef40oh
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) March 10, 2023
The Hill confirmed:
The legislation, titled the COVID-19 Origin Act, passed in a 419-0 vote, just over a week after the Senate approved the bill by unanimous consent. Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) sponsored the measure.
The White House has not indicated whether Biden will sign the measure.
Asked on Wednesday if the president had made a decision on the bill, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre referred reporters to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).
JUST IN – Senate unanimously passed a bill that calls to declassify all U.S. intelligence on the origins of COVID. pic.twitter.com/liNdlhoKu1
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) March 2, 2023
Next stop for my COVID origins bill, Joe Biden’s desk. Sign it
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) March 10, 2023
The effort by Congress to declassify intelligence on the origins of Covid comes after the Energy Department concluded with “low confidence” that the virus most likely escaped from a lab in Wuhan as the result of an accident.
The Energy Department is one of 18 agencies that make up the U.S. intelligence community. The department was previously undecided on how the virus emerged.