Peter Daszak Led Conference Sponsored By Chinese Communist Party.

Under the leadership of World Health Organization COVID-19 investigator Peter Daszak, his EcoHealth Alliance group organized a China-based conference that counted various Chinese Communist Party-controlled entities as sponsors. The news of the CCP-backed conference follows National Pulse reporting highlighting Daszak’s involvement with other Chinese government-sponsored conferences and promotion of Chinese state-run media outlets on his social media. The October 2012 event – “Sustaining Ecosystems, Supporting Health” – was held in the Chinese city of Kunming, in the Yunnan province, about 2 hours flight from Wuhan. Daszak is listed as a member of the conference’s Steering Committee and an ex-officio board

CORRUPT: WHO Investigator on CCP Payroll Blasts Bannon & Media for Asking Inconvenient Questions… Admits He Refused to Look at Wuhan Lab Data.

World Health Organization COVID investigator Peter Daszak – who The National Pulse recently exposed as having financial links to the Chinese Communist Party – has revealed he was responsible for convincing fellow investigators that it wasn’t necessary to look into data wiped by the Wuhan Institute of Virology. In a stunning revelation during a panel discussion, Daszak disseminated wild conspiracy theories in an attempt to blame anyone except his financial benefactors the Chinese Communist Party for the continuing virus origin mystery. Daszak bizarrely laid into War Room: Pandemic show host Stephen K. Bannon and The Epoch Times newspaper for creating

Wuhan Institute Of Virology Research Partner Took $750,000 In Pandemic Relief Funds

EcoHealth Alliance – a controversial research group that partnered with the Wuhan Institue of Virology – took roughly $750,000 from the federal government’s Paycheck Protection Program. The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan, which seeks to “aid small businesses in maintaining work force during COVID-19 pandemic,” is valued at $751,569. The quarter-million dollar sum received in the first round of PPP loans follows the nearly $110,000,000 in taxpayer funds the organization has received. But EcoHealth Alliance, founded by Chinese Communist Party-linked Peter Daszak, is profiting off a pandemic it likely helped to create. Ecohealth Alliance partnered with the Wuhan Institute of

CONFLICT OF INTEREST: WHO’s COVID Investigator is Recipient of Chinese Communist Cash, Worked With Wuhan Lab for 18 Years.

A high-profile member of the World Health Organization’s recent “investigative” trip to Wuhan to uncover the origins of COVID-19 has accepted research grants from the Chinese Communist Party and runs a controversial U.S.-based organization which collaborates with the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Peter Daszak’s ties to the Chinese Communist Party call into question the validity of his and the World Health Organization (WHO) investigative team which concluded that it is “extremely unlikely” COVID-19 came from a Chinese Communist Party lab. Their claims echo Chinese Communist Party narratives, and Daszak himself implored the world to not “rely” on U.S. intelligence for

Fauci Funded Now-Deleted Wuhan Study Engineering Same Transmission Pathway As Covid

According to a new report from Fox’s The Next Revolution With Steve Hilton, Dr. Anthony Fauci continued gain of function research following an Obama administration ban, ultimately funding a China-based study that “unlocked a highly specific doorway into the human body” – the same pathway used by COVID-19. The January 24th report describes how in 2011 Fauci argued that “important information and insight can come from generating a potentially dangerous virus in the laboratory” in a Washington Post article: His institute funded that first ferret study. At the time he co-wrote an op-ed in The Washington Post describing the research as

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EXCLUSIVE: 60 Minutes’ Trump Critic Doctor Donated to Hillary Clinton 13 Times in TWO MONTHS

Dr. Peter Daszak, the researcher who appeared on 60 Minutes to criticize the Trump administration’s decision to withdraw millions of taxpayer dollars funding his joint research with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, donated to the Hillary Clinton campaign 13 times in 2016. While the segment hammers the Trump administration for letting “pandemic politics” influence its coronavirus response, 60 Minutes is guilty of its own charge: citing political affiliation only when it bolsters their anti-Trump smear campaign but ignoring it if it would force viewers to think twice about Dr. Daszak’s underlying motives. The infectious disease researcher and president of EcoHealth Alliance

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