Mice with genetically engineered human lungs were used, by the Chinese military, to test coronavirus strains to see which were the deadliest to humans. Before 2019. At “Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment.” That’s a lab we haven’t heard of before. Guess who paid for it?
Chinese military lab work
Joe Biden and the Imperial Palace were hoping for something that would distract from the failure in Afghanistan. They got it. This failure is even worse.
The Chinese were using another lab we hadn’t heard about yet, seemingly for secret biowarfare experiments paid for by “U.S.” with “us” as the intended target.
It turns out NIH, the agency responsible for Anthony Fauci, was forced to admit they gave EcoHealth Alliance “$3.1 million, including $599,000 that the Chinese Wuhan Institute of Virology used in part to identify and alter bat coronaviruses likely to infect humans.”
Not only that, long “before the pandemic, many scientists were concerned about the potential dangers associated with such experiments.”
According to the Intercept via DailyWire, On Monday, September 6, a total of 900 pages of new materials hit the streets. Anthony Fauci and his NIAID are under the umbrella of the National Institutes of Health.
NIH coughed up the records in response to a FOIA suit filed by the Intercept. What they turned loose details how EcoHealth Alliance used federal grant money to fund Chinese bat coronavirus research for the military.
Screening thousands of bats
Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth Alliance, has already been under the spotlight of controversy because of his direct connections to the Chinese Wuhan Institute of Virology. He was one of the ones implicated in alleged attempts to cover up claims the Asian Andromeda Strain really did escape from a lab. Now it looks like we know why.
One of the grants was for the purpose of “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence.” Nobody batted an eye. We look back now at the words it “had the goal of screening thousands of bats for coronaviruses,” and shudder.
Uncle Sam shelled out $3.1 million for the “bat coronavirus grant.” Out of that, $599,000 went straight to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to “identify and alter bat coronaviruses likely to infect humans.” Long before the pandemic, experts were nervous about helping the Chinese play God. “Many scientists were concerned about the potential dangers associated with such experiments.”
Especially when they learned the job description for fieldworkers noted “Fieldwork involves the highest risk of exposure to SARS or other CoVs, while working in caves with high bat density overhead and the potential for fecal dust to be inhaled.” You don’t say. No, literally. Opening your mouth can get you suicided.
Gary Ruskin with U.S. Right To Know has been probing into the origins. He calls this explosive report “a roadmap to the high-risk research that could have led to the current pandemic.” He says that because it provides key details we didn’t know before.
Things like “key experimental work with humanized mice was conducted at a biosafety level 3 lab at Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment — and not at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, as was previously assumed.” The Chinese aren’t happy that you know it now either.
Chinese rats ‘humanized’
Back in June, left-leaning Vanity Fair reported that CCP scientists were using “engineered mice with humanized lungs” to test out various coronavirus strains. Our National Security Council got spooked about it. Nervous enough to track “these disparate clues.” Their hand picked virologists “flagged one study first submitted in April 2020.” That was scary enough.
“Eleven of its 23 coauthors worked for the Academy of Military Medical Sciences, the Chinese army’s medical research institute.” They used CRISPR technology and “engineered mice with humanized lungs, then studied their susceptibility to SARS-CoV-2.” The Pentagon wasn’t happy to hear that one.
Chinese researchers could have used the humanized mice to “to test their ability to infect human tissue.”
At least that’s what virologist Dr. Robert Redfield and Dr. Siegel, a clinical professor of medicine, wrote in an op-ed for the Wall Street Journal.
“The NSC officials were left wondering: Had the Chinese military been running viruses through humanized mouse models, to see which might be infectious to humans?”
As the NSC officials worked backward from the date of publication from the April 2020 report, “it became clear that the mice had been engineered sometime in the summer of 2019.” That’s crucial because it’s “before the pandemic even started.”