‘What Really Happened in Wuhan’ creator Sharri Markson raised questions surrounding the origins of COVID-19 all by means of an interview on “Fox & Friends” Thursday. The award-winning investigative journalist and Sky News host spoke of her interview with a Chinese defector concerning what he is aware of concerning the origins of COVID-19 and what he revealed to American officers.

The full interview can be featured in a one-hour documentary slated to air Tuesday, September 21, on Fox Nation. In it, Markson sits down with a choice of Chinese whistle-blowers, scientists, and high-ranking intelligence officers — together with an distinctive interview with former U.S. President Donald Trump — in an effort to convey Americans nearer to discovering the very fact of what occurred in Wuhan.

“It wasn’t just the Chinese defector who was desperately trying to tell American intelligence agencies that there was a problem,” Markson instructed Fox & Friends co-hosts Steve Doocy, Ainsley Earhardt, and Brian Kilmeade forward of the documentary’s launch. “You know about the intelligence that said that the Wuhan Institute of Virology workers fell sick with COVID-like symptoms that was [sic] discovered by Pompeo’s team in the State Department in late 2020.”

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Markson questioned the U.S. concerning the timeline, arguing it turned conscious of intelligence in 2019. 

“At that point in time, when no one in the world knew that there was a new Coronavirus that was about to cause a global pandemic, the U.S. intelligence agencies had two crucial pieces of information that they should have acted on,” Markson talked about. 

“Serious questions need to be asked about what the intelligence agencies are doing if they’ve been given this credible information, and the serious warnings from these highly-credible Chinese defectors and they’re not acting on it.”

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“In my view, the virus I think broke out in September [of 2019] at least,” Markson talked about when requested about her opinion concerning the timeline. 

“Some people in the documentary suggest it could have even been earlier than that.”

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