Dr. Shi Zhengli – the notorious Wuhan Institute of Virology’s coronavirus researcher – was elected to a leadership role for the American Academy of Microbiology, which receives millions of dollars from U.S. taxpayers. The Academy has also advised the federal government to “remove hurdles for international collaboration” in high-level biosafety labs, The National Pulse can reveal. Also known as Wuhan’s “Batwoman,” Dr. Shi runs the controversial Chinese laboratory’s Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases and has received grants from Anthony Fauci’s National Institue of Health (NIH) agency to manipulate bat coronaviruses to become deadlier to humans. To many, this is where COVID-19
The National Institutes of Health has repeatedly failed to comply with congressional requests for documents related to its involvement with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, instead forcing agency personnel to “shred notes and other documents” referencing the Chinese Communist Party-run lab and its work with the U.S. government during the Obama administration. Members of the Republican House Committee on Oversight and Reform wrote a letter to Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Director Xavier Becerra urging the release of the documents, which could prove highly relevant to the origins of COVID-19. “Rather than be transparent with Committee Republicans, HHS
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci and his wife Christine Grady, who directs the National Institutes of Health’s Bioethics Department, co-authored a paper outlining criteria for international grants administered by the National Institutes of Health. Published March 1st, 2002 in the journal Nature Reviews Immunology, the paper counted two other authors in addition to the Faucis: Gregory Folkers, who directs the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director (NIAID) Immediate Office of the Director, and Jack Killen, the former Director of the Division of AIDS at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The unearthed paper –
A co-chair of a National Institutes of Health education committee doubles as an advisor to a Chinese Communist Party-linked influence group, The National Pulse can reveal. Adam Hott, who works on the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Sequencing Evidence-Generating Research group, is also affiliated with the United States Heartland China Association (USHCA). He serves on the controversial group’s education committee, which seeks to “brings together resources in K12 and higher education to apply research, expertise, and new entrants to the workforce to US-China collaboration.” The unearthing of the United States Heartland China Association (USHCA) ties to Chinese foreign influence
The National Institutes of Health spent over $2.3 million on studies that injected puppies with cocaine. The experiment, revealed through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed by the White Coat Waste Project, follows previously unearthed studies funded by National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease Director Anthony Fauci that “debarked” beagle puppies. Seven six-month-old Beagle puppies were forced to wear a drug-injecting jacket that allowed them to be dosed with cocaine again and again and again for months, along with an ‘experimental compound,’ to see how the two drugs interacted. The year-long experiment, which began in September 2020,
Anthony Fauci called for the development of “universal coronavirus vaccines,” relying on an “international effort” to hunt down viruses capable of infecting humans. The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) Director alongside two other agency officials, David Morens and Jeffrey Taubenberger, called for the development of new vaccines in a letter published by the New England Journal of Medicine. The January 27th statement – titled “Universal Coronavirus Vaccines — An Urgent Need” – argues in favor of a vaccine that could all animal coronaviruses capable of infecting humans. “These sobering facts suggest that SARS-CoV-2 is unlikely to be
A U.S. National Institutes of Health study found that COVID-19 vaccines lengthened women’s menstrual cycles. The study, published in a January edition of Obstetrics & Gynecology, compared menstrual cycle lengths between women vaccinated and unvaccinated against COVID-19. “For vaccinated individuals, data was from three consecutive cycles before vaccination and from three more consecutive cycles, including the cycle or cycles in which vaccination took place. For unvaccinated individuals, data was collected for six consecutive cycles,” reads a summary of the study. Of the 3,959 individuals analyzed, 2,403 were vaccinated, with most receiving either a Pfizer or Moderna jab, and 1,556 were unvaccinated.
Outgoing National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins expressed regret his agency “under-invested in research in human behavior” while lamenting the choice of tens of millions of Americans to not receive a COVID-19 jab. Collins’s departure comes amidst intense scrutiny over the National Institutes of Health funding research on “killer” bat viruses with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, believed by many to be the source of COVID-19. Speaking with PBS NewsHour before departing the NIH, Collins appeared to regret not investing more in researching “human behavior”: Maybe we under-invested in research in human behavior. I never imagined a year