What seemed like overnight, COVID-19 spread over the entire globe, causing several governments around the world to institute sweeping mandates to help fight the virus. But while there is a constant debate over the effectiveness of the COVID-19 drugs available, there is also a highly sought-after answer to just where the virus originated from. Although there is evidence and claims that the original COVID-19 escaped the Wuhan lab in China, Dr. Anthony Fauci and the Biden administration have tried to steer away from that narrative. Now, with the new Omicron variant spreading, it appears that its origin story isn’t that far off from the same one that kickstarted the entire pandemic. 

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In the video, which can be watched below, Jesse Watters of Fox News speaks about the origin of Omicron and how it could have gotten out. Just like the Wuhan lab, it appears that scientists were experimenting with mice and COVID-19, trying to get ahead of the virus when it supposedly leaked out. Just like the origin story, the only difference between the two is the fact that Omicron took part in South Africa, whereas COVID-19 is considered to have originated out of China. And Watters even hints at the fact that the research taking place in South Africa was also gain of function. 

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While Watters and his guest discuss the outbreak and the potential effect it will have on the human body, it should be noted that the research is showing Omicron is slower at developing in the lungs than other variants of the virus.  

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