Google funded research conducted by a leading signatory of the controversial Lancet journal letter, which prematurely dismissed the theory that COVID-19 originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, The National Pulse can reveal. The unearthed financial ties between EcoHealth Alliance and Google follow months of big tech censorship of stories and individuals in support of the COVID-19 “lab leak” theory, especially on Google subsidiaries such as YouTube. The Google-backed researcher, Charles Calisher, played a critical role in the cover-up of COVID-19’s origins through his involvement with a February 2020 Lancet statement – which concluded that COVID-19 occurred naturally, in animals. The statement was
A signatory of the controversial Lancet journal letter – which prematurely dismissed the theory that COVID-19 traced its origins to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – was privately telling colleagues that it was impossible to “definitively state that the virus could not possibly have come from that lab,” internal emails have revealed. The news confirms that while the general public were being told to believe something under penalty of censorship, those demanding such beliefs were, in fact, not convinced of their own claims. The February 2020 Lancet statement – which concluded that COVID-19 occurred naturally, in animals – was leveraged by politicians, scientists,
The chairman of the Lancet medical journal’s COVID-19 Commission – one of the foremost scientific groups supporting the “natural origins” theory – admitted that the National Institute of Health and its grant recipients, including Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, “acted badly” with a “lack of transparency.” The admission from Chairman Jeffrey Sachs follows extensive National Pulse reporting into the conflicts of interest – through research funding and personnel – held by individuals placed on the Lancet’s “Origins, Early Spread of the Pandemic, and One Health Solutions to Future Pandemic Threats” committee. Amongst the high-profile individuals on the committee was Peter Daszak,
The editor of the Lancet medical journal has admitted that Peter Daszak – a leading signatory of a letter published by the journal discrediting man-made origins of COVID-19 – had “significant” conflict of interests and did not declare them at the beginning of the pandemic. The admission from Dr. Richard Horton came during a grilling from British Members of Parliament on the Science and Technology Select Committee. The stark revelation confirms a lot of early-National Pulse reportage on Daszak, the Wuhan lab, and the interconnected nature of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. Horton’s public acknowledgment of Daszak’s conflicts of interest discredits the
U.S. researchers – including those advising the federal government on COVID-19 vaccination policy and those funded by the National Institutes of Health – attended a Chinese Communist Party virology conference featuring scientists from China’s military and the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The Ninth Wuhan International Symposium on Modern Virology, which took place September 26th to 28th, was hosted by the State Key Laboratory of Virology at Wuhan University. Among its speakers were several Chinese Communist Party apparatchiks including Director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention George Gao and the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s “Bat Lady” Shi Zhengli. Shi,
Dr. Malik Peiris, who previously served on the Lancet medical journal’s COVID-19 origins investigation committee, received China’s “Nobel Prize” for research affirming the Chinese Communist Party’s false narrative that COVID-19 developed naturally. Peiris, a Sri Lankan virologist working in Hong Kong, was one of 12 scientists leading the now-defunct Lancet probe into the origins of COVID-19. While the task force is no longer listed on the medical journal’s website, as it was forced to disband due to extensive conflicts of interests with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, archived web pages reveal Peiris’s participation in the effort. Following Peiris’s stint on the
The Lancet medical journal scrubbed its COVID-19 origins investigation team, led by EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak, following several National Pulse exposés revealing the group’s conflict of interest with the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Communist Party. The defunct committee – “Origins, Early Spread of the Pandemic, and One Health Solutions to Future Pandemic Threats” – was one of 12 task forces operating as part of the broader Lancet COVID-19 commission. Its termination follows the recusal of Daszak – a “longtime collaborator” of the Wuhan Institute of Virology – from his role as the task force leader. The announcement follows The
A longtime research partner of Dr. Ralph Baric – a Wuhan Institute of Virology collaborator who's advised on how to "make money" from pandemics – remains on the Lancet journal's COVID-19 commission.