Are these people carrying water for Fauci/Collins (if not CCP)?

Why are they so scared of the prospect of the virus having been 'engineered?'

More relevant Qs:

a) Was there any motivation to engineer?
b) Is it possible to engineer this virus?

If yes and yes, stop obfuscating.
If there was high motivation to engineer this virus and it is not all that difficult to engineer, then why is it so hard to believe it could have been engineered? This is not evidence of the virus having been engineered, but why is it "highly unlikely" to have been engineered?
Experts like Scott Gottlieb (who didn't become a darling of the pharma industry and govt bureaucrats alike without knowing which side his bread is buttered) are spouting a bunch of technical jargon, followed by an ad-hoc opinion: "it's highly unlikely the virus was engineered."
There is nothing in the article that leads to the conclusion that the virus is "highly unlikely" to have been engineered. Even if it turns out to be true, it is an ad-hoc opinion not in the least derived from any facts mentioned in the article. This is how con artists argue.
Crisis of Confidence in Western Experts

All the arguments from Fauci, Scottlieb, et al, have no more substance than saying, "We know the Wuhan scientists involved and we trust them." It is not a bad argument, except the argument makers know very few people trust them anymore.

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I cannot recommend this highly enough.

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