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BREAKING: Wuhan Lab Funder Daszak Behind 'Lancet' Article Claiming COVID-19 Arose Naturally

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The tentacles of the CCP reach deep.

And they had to protect Fauci at all costs in 2020. Now?



In the March 7th, 2020 issue of The Lancet, a group of scientists from around the world wrote a letter, condemning “conspiracy theories” regarding the origins of COVID-19. In the letter entitled “Statement in support of scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19,” the scientists are quick to push the narrative of a natural zoonotic (a natural viral mutation) event that led to the initial outbreak of SARS-CoV-2. The letter was initially published online on February 18th, 2020, nearly two weeks before the first known US case of COVID-19. We certainly knew a lot about where it came from for a virus that we didn’t know enough about to form public policy.

The article reads as follows:



Statement in support of the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19
We are public health scientists who have closely followed the emergence of 2019 novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and are deeply concerned about its impact on global health and wellbeing. We have watched as the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China, in particular, have worked diligently and effectively to rapidly identify the pathogen behind this outbreak, put in place significant measures to reduce its impact, and share their results transparently with the global health community. This effort has been remarkable.
We sign this statement in solidarity with all scientists and health professionals in China who continue to save lives and protect global health during the challenge of the COVID-19 outbreak. We are all in this together, with our Chinese counterparts in the forefront, against this new viral threat.
The rapid, open, and transparent sharing of data on this outbreak is now being threatened by rumours and misinformation around its origins. We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin. Scientists from multiple countries have published and analysed genomes of the causative agent, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), and they overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife, as have so many other emerging pathogens. This is further supported by a letter from the presidents of the US National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine and by the scientific communities they represent. Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumours, and prejudice that jeopardise our global collaboration in the fight against this virus.
We support the call from the Director-General of WHO to promote scientific evidence and unity over misinformation and conjecture.We want you, the science and health professionals of China, to know that we stand with you in your fight against this virus.
We invite others to join us in supporting the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of Wuhan and across China. Stand with our colleagues on the frontline!



While it could be understandable that scientists would want to protect their colleagues from the unnecessary spotlight associated with the accidental potential release of SARS-CoV-2, the better question should be why a group of scientists, just over a month into a pandemic, would gamble their credibility on what, at the time, amounted to an unproven theory. To prove a natural zoonotic event, those scientists would have had to have a way of proving the animal the virus jumped from and where that virus may have originated. In the case of a zoonotic event, the going theory is that it came from bats at a Wuhan wet market, though sampling from that market did not identify any virus in the animals sampled.

So who are the scientists who signed this letter? Numerous experts in the field from across the world have one thing in common: All roads run through Peter Daszak. Daszak, as you may remember, is the President of EcoHealth Alliance, and how NIH grants were funneled to the Wuhan Institute of Virology and Dr. Shi Zhengli. Daszak himself teamed up with Dr. Shi on gain-of-function research studies that created mutated coronavirus versions and then tested those viral strains on animal and human cells. Daszak, who also signed the Lancet letter, has every reason in the world to want to eradicate the lab-leak theory, ultimately because his rear end may be in the sling if it is revealed to be from there.

In my research, I came across a trove of emails from the University of Colorado and the University of Maryland that shows exactly how this letter came to be and that the final words of the piece “we declare no competing interests,” were absolute hogwash.

To start, of the letter’s 27 signatories, 5 of them are either employees or board members of EcoHealth Alliance. Rita Cowell, Peter Daszak, Hume Field, John B. Hughes, and William Karesh, all work directly for or with EcoHealth Alliance. Hardly impartiality or a lack of a conflict or competing interest.

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Name the animal that carries the WuFlu.

Can’t? Then there is no proof it came from the animal kingdom.
 

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#5: Proof that it came from the animal kingdom has a proper noun: Rhinolophus affinis. Furthermore, COVID-19 has not been found in bats, and the natural reservoir of ebola is also still unknown (except esoterically, to a few).
 

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Fauci was as silent about knowing anything about wuhan as zbigniew was on 912 about whether he knew col Tim osman....

Why did Fauci not tell us a year and a half ago about what he knew was going on in wuhan?

His silence alone is grounds to convict him of treason.
 

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Time to declare war against China.....this was an act of terrorism...

Hell, 9/11 only killed 3000 people..and we invaded 2 countries over it...

if we really care about liberty and America -- we should invade China...

But posting conspiracy theory threads online will have to suffice for now
 

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Time to declare war against China.....this was an act of terrorism...

Hell, 9/11 only killed 3000 people..and we invaded 2 countries over it...

if we really care about liberty and America -- we should invade China...

But posting conspiracy theory threads online will have to suffice for now
Time to do what Trump was doing to China----cutting off their money supply as they are using it to buy crooked western pols, build up a military to attack others, and buying up natural resources and assets from around the world. We can't fight an all out war with China--we need to weaken their asses and Trumps policies were accomplishing this till--they released their bio-weapon.
 

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Time to declare war against China.....this was an act of terrorism...

Hell, 9/11 only killed 3000 people..and we invaded 2 countries over it...

if we really care about liberty and America -- we should invade China...

But posting conspiracy theory threads online will have to suffice for now
There's no conspiracy theory...We have Fauxi's emails and the actions of his little bioweapons cabal, which show their actions.

Kinetic war is not on the table....yet.

U.S. should declare every T-bill held by the CCP null and void, for both economic and criminal reparations.....Then tell every Murican corporation that moved their operations to China they're on their own, in advance of a trade embargo with the CCP.
 

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It was brought to China and to other countries by our global military.

 

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There's no conspiracy theory...We have Fauxi's emails and the actions of his little bioweapons cabal, which show their actions.

Kinetic war is not on the table....yet.

U.S. should declare every T-bill held by the CCP null and void, for both economic and criminal reparations.....Then tell every Murican corporation that moved their operations to China they're on their own, in advance of a trade embargo with the CCP.
Unfortunately for America and Americans we have a bought and paid for president. And he will do nothing but open our borders.
 

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The tentacles of the CCP reach deep.

And they had to protect Fauci at all costs in 2020. Now?



In the March 7th, 2020 issue of The Lancet, a group of scientists from around the world wrote a letter, condemning “conspiracy theories” regarding the origins of COVID-19. In the letter entitled “Statement in support of scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19,” the scientists are quick to push the narrative of a natural zoonotic (a natural viral mutation) event that led to the initial outbreak of SARS-CoV-2. The letter was initially published online on February 18th, 2020, nearly two weeks before the first known US case of COVID-19. We certainly knew a lot about where it came from for a virus that we didn’t know enough about to form public policy.

The article reads as follows:











While it could be understandable that scientists would want to protect their colleagues from the unnecessary spotlight associated with the accidental potential release of SARS-CoV-2, the better question should be why a group of scientists, just over a month into a pandemic, would gamble their credibility on what, at the time, amounted to an unproven theory. To prove a natural zoonotic event, those scientists would have had to have a way of proving the animal the virus jumped from and where that virus may have originated. In the case of a zoonotic event, the going theory is that it came from bats at a Wuhan wet market, though sampling from that market did not identify any virus in the animals sampled.

So who are the scientists who signed this letter? Numerous experts in the field from across the world have one thing in common: All roads run through Peter Daszak. Daszak, as you may remember, is the President of EcoHealth Alliance, and how NIH grants were funneled to the Wuhan Institute of Virology and Dr. Shi Zhengli. Daszak himself teamed up with Dr. Shi on gain-of-function research studies that created mutated coronavirus versions and then tested those viral strains on animal and human cells. Daszak, who also signed the Lancet letter, has every reason in the world to want to eradicate the lab-leak theory, ultimately because his rear end may be in the sling if it is revealed to be from there.

In my research, I came across a trove of emails from the University of Colorado and the University of Maryland that shows exactly how this letter came to be and that the final words of the piece “we declare no competing interests,” were absolute hogwash.

To start, of the letter’s 27 signatories, 5 of them are either employees or board members of EcoHealth Alliance. Rita Cowell, Peter Daszak, Hume Field, John B. Hughes, and William Karesh, all work directly for or with EcoHealth Alliance. Hardly impartiality or a lack of a conflict or competing interest.

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Why is Fauci still in charge?
 

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Fau Chi’s document was published on the day that the Mojiang miners went into the hospital(except for one of the miners who went into the hospital a day earlier on the 25 Ap 2012). Mojiang is the source of SARS-CoV-2’s closest relative, RaTG13, a very interesting location.

26 Ap 2012 Dual Use Research of Concern: Balancing Benefits and Risks
 

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If you cant at least consider the possibility it leaked from a lab right around the corner that has published works on manipulating corona viruses, you are one stupid mother fucker.
 

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The commie virus thinks it’s in a mink. Kentucky nursing home variant links to Chinese minks.

20 Sep 2021 Kentucky: A New US-Japan Variant to Watch
’....G769V mutation is unique....R203K....’

Not quite. Mink alphacoronavirus 1/2016 China, without mutating, is V769. For this same Chinese strain, position 203, without mutating, is R.
 

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#5: Proof that it came from the animal kingdom has a proper noun: Rhinolophus affinis. Furthermore, COVID-19 has not been found in bats, and the natural reservoir of ebola is also still unknown (except esoterically, to a few).
Ebola? It's fruit bats who carry the disease but show no symptoms. This has is known to many. Covid 19 does NOT exist in bats......it exists only in people and labs
 

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