Tony Fauci Defends Funding of Dr. Daszak and EcoHealth to Continue Their Bat Research in Southeast Asia
Dr. Peter Daszak and Dr. Tony Fauci, the infamous COVID collaborators
On March 28, 2016, Dr. Peter Daszak described exactly how scientists could create a virus in a China lab that would lead to a global coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Daszak: We found other coronaviruses in bats a whole host of them. Some of them looked very similar to SARS so we sequenced the spike protein, the protein that attaches to cells. Then we, well I didn’t do this work my colleagues in China did the work, you create pseuda-particles. You create a spike proteins from those viruses simply bind to human cells. each step of this you move closer and closer to this virus could really become pathogenic to people.
Periodic reminder that on March 28, 2016, Daszak described exactly what led to the pandemic.
This could not be clearer and yet we’re still turning in circles because corrupt scientists and their media flunkies are still relentlessly pushing the natural origins hoax. pic.twitter.com/YR9686tjDq
— Hans Mahncke (@HansMahncke) November 25, 2021
Today there is documentation and email evidence of Dr. Peter Daszak admitting that he and Fauci were doing work in collaboration with the Chinese virologists at the Wuhan virology lab.
Fauci and Daszak Lied
On February 1, 2020, when confronted with first evidence the Covid pandemic may have originated in the Wuhan Lab he funded via Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance, Fauci organized a conference call, apparently to discuss how to suppress this dangerous information, since the trail led straight to them.
On Feb. 19, 2020, Daszak, Farrar and others published a letter in The Lancet, saying that “We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin.”
This letter was then used to suppress and censor the Chinese lab leak theory in Mainstream Media and on social media for over a year. There was, and remains, no evidence for the “scientists’” claims that COVID-19 was a naturally occurring virus.
There is also evidence that US doctors and institutions knew they were working with the Chinese military on COVID-related research.
And just when you thought the world could not get any crazier, Dr. Peter Daszak was awarded a new grant to study bat viruses in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam last week by Dr. Fauci and the NIH.
Paid for by US taxpayers.
Dr. Peter Daszak and EcoHealth were awarded a new grant to study bat viruses in Myanmar, Laos, and Vietnam.
Via the NIH Report.
The study began on September 21, 2022 and lasts until August 2027. It is a five-year study. The total project funding information for the year 2022 was $653,392.
On Tuesday Dr. Tony Fauci defended his agency’s decision to continue funding Dr. Daszak and EcoHealth’s experimentation with bat viruses in Asia.
When does this evil little man go to prison?
The Epoch Times reported:
Dr. Anthony Fauci, head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), defended his agency’s decision of awarding millions of dollars to an organization that has funded risky virus research in Wuhan, China.
The New York-based nonprofit, EcoHealth Alliance, received roughly $3 million in grants from the NIAID in late September, the largest annual amount that the agency has awarded the group, despite scrutiny over EcoHealth’s partnership with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the facility that many believe may have started the COVID-19 pandemic.
“If something is peer-reviewed, gets a high recommendation for funding, you can’t arbitrarily decide, ‘I just don’t want to fund it’ because people don’t like them,” Fauci said in an Oct. 4 virtual webinar hosted by the University of South California’s Center for Health Journalism. “If they ever brought that to court, they could sue us and win that in a microsecond. So you’ve got to be careful.”
The new grants come just weeks after the National Institutes of Health (NIH), to which NIAID belongs, terminated an Ecohealth sub-award to the Wuhan lab. The NIH told the House Oversight Committee that the Chinese facility had twice declined the agency’s requests to hand over laboratory records so that it could review the research.