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,
EXC: Wuhan’s ‘Batwoman’ Advises a U.S. Taxpayer-Funded Group Which Lobbies Congress for Lower Standards for Foreign BioLabs.
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
EXC: Unearthed Wuhan Lab Docs Show ‘Bat Lady’ Shi Zhengli Isolating Coronavirus Strains For ‘Direct Human Infection.’
Shi Zhengli – the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s premier bat coronavirus researcher – celebrated her isolation of a coronavirus strain that could cause “direct human infection” in an annual lab report unearthed by The National Pulse. The admission follows mounting evidence that COVID-19 traces its origins to the Wuhan-based lab and can be linked to risky “gain-of-function” research funded by Anthony Fauci. A “longtime collaborator” of several Fauci-funded researchers, Shi, also known as “Bat Lady,” has listed grants from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director on her resume. Shi’s biography and research accomplishments, which appear in
EXC: COVID-19 Vaccine Advisor To FDA, CDC Attends Wuhan Conference Featuring Chinese Military Researchers.
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,
Virologica Sinica – the scientific journal affiliated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology – has published dozens of studies authored by Chinese researchers working for the Communist regime’s People’s Liberation Army. The academic journal counts the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s top bat coronavirus researcher Shi Zhengli – known as “bat woman” – as its Editor-in-Chief. Nine additional researchers from the controversial lab, which many scientists and government officials believe is the source of COVID-19, serve on its editorial board. The National Pulse now can reveal that the journal has published dozens of studies listing individuals employed by Chinese military-controlled institutions.
EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak emailed Anthony Fauci in 2017 outlining his collaborative research on a “bat-origin coronavirus” with the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s Shi Zhengli, which included “doing assays to find out if it can infect human cells in the lab.” Daszak titled the October 2017 email, released via a Freedom of Information Act filed by Judicial Watch, “Confidential – A new bat-origin coronavirus emerging in pigs in China discovered under our NIAID R01.” Daszak appears to be referencing a $3.7 million grant from Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to the organization EcoHealth Alliance with
EXC: Fauci-Funded Texas Lab Trained Wuhan Researchers How To Work With ‘World’s Most Dangerous Pathogens.’
The Galveston National Laboratory – a project of Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – has engaged in “long-term personnel exchanges” and training programs with the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s Biosafety Level Four facility. Presentation documents from the Director of the Texas-based lab, which describes itself as “constructed under grants awarded by [Fauci’s] National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID),” reveals a multi-year collaborative relationship with the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The slideshow, “How U.S. Policies Can Foster Research Environments That Enable Collaborations Around The World—Focus On Biosecurity Space,” presents the Wuhan lab as a case
Disgraced Daszak Defended Fauci-Funded Gain-Of-Function Coronavirus Manipulation With ‘Pandemic Potential’.
The now disgraced COVID origin investigator Peter Daszak – whose “EcoHealth Alliance” funneled U.S. taxpayer cash to the Wuhan Institute of Virology – defended SARS gain-of-function experiments that potentially rendered the virus “capable of directly infecting humans” in a Nature article unearthed from November 2015. The National Pulse is publishing this information for the first time, shortly after Daszak was recused from the COVID-19 origin commission convened by the Lancet medical journal. Quoted in an article entitled Engineered Bat Virus Stirs Debate Over Risky Research, Daszak defended the publication of the study in question: A SARS-like Cluster Of Circulating Bat Coronaviruses