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READ: Lockdowns ‘Originated At Order of Xi Jinping’ On Faulty Data Reveals Letter Requesting Federal Fraud Probe

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A new letter addressed to the Federal Bureau of Investigation and other Western intelligence agencies requesting an “expedited federal investigation into scientific fraud in public health policies” reveals that lockdowns originated “at the order of Xi Jinping” and relied on faulty data. 

“We are writing this letter to request that a federal investigation be commenced and/or expedited regarding the scientific debate on major policy decisions during the COVID-19 crisis. In the course of our work, we have identified issues of a potentially criminal nature and believe this investigation necessary to ensure the interests of the public have been properly represented by those promoting certain pandemic policies,” the 40-page report begins.

The report posits that lockdowns originated “at the order of Xi Jinping” and “were propagated into global policy by the World Health Organization with little analysis or logic.”

It also attacks the models used by Western institutions to implement lockdowns as “the most alarmist and inaccurate” and traces recommendations for mechanical ventilation and PCR testing protocols to the Chinese Communist Party.

The report also concludes a “conspicuous Pro-China bias” exists among scientists and intellectual leaders who advocated for lockdowns.

The letter’s signatories include attorneys, former government officials, veterans, and intelligence operatives:

Michael P. Senger, Attorney

Stacey A. Rudin, Attorney

Dr. Clare Craig FRCPath, Consultant Diagnostic Pathologist

Robert Spalding, retired U.S. Air Force Brigadier General

Randy Hillier, MPP Lanark, Frontenac & Kingston 

Francis Hoar, Barrister at Law

Sanjeev Sabhlok, PhD, former Commissioner in an Indian State Government

Brian O‘Shea, Chief Operating Officer, Centurion Intelligence Partners

Maajid Nawaz, Activist, Author & Broadcaster

Simon Dolan, Business Leader & Entrepreneur

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Natalie Winters

Natalie Winters is an Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and contributor to The National Pulse podcast.