++Addition++As of a few hours subsequent to this post being published, Trends results for the month of November 2019 now return “Hmm, your search doesn’t have enough data to show here”.
I’m 100% sure I entered those parameters multiple times by cut+pasting the URL as I was opening new tabs and running other potential search terms like “wuhan disease”. The same result for November 20th came up over and over. Rest assured that is not a doctored screen shot. My concerns about deep state intelligence have up to this point been abstract and philosophical. At this moment, they’re feeling much rawer than that. Maybe it is also just a coincidence–an admittedly quite curious one.
But with the horrific consequences of our own later governmental inaction being obvious, sources within our intelligence agencies have sought to demonstrate that they were not the ones asleep at the switch. Earlier this month, an ABC News story cited four separate government sources to reveal that as far back as late November, a special medical intelligence unit within our Defense Intelligence Agency had produced a report revealing than an out-of-control disease epidemic was occurring in the Wuhan area of China, and widely distributed that document throughout the top ranks of our government, warning that steps should be taken to protect US forces based in Asia. After the story aired, a Pentagon spokesman officially denied the existence of that November report, while various other top level government and intelligence officials refused to comment.
Could the prospect of a contagion pandemic beginning in China have sparked the curiosity of a few members of said “top ranks of our government” to the extent that they did a bit of searching on their own? I went through Google Trends US search results month by month for all of 2019 for the phrase “wuhan virus”. The only month that returns results–as opposed to “Hmm, your search doesn’t have enough data to show here”, as is the case for December of 2019–is November, and only for a single day of that month, the 20th:
Curious coincidence if that’s all it was. Quite curious indeed.