U.S. Government Halts Funding for Wuhan-Linked Organization

Two thirds of Americans believe covid-19 originated in the Wuhan Institute of Virology, so the United States government is taking steps to distance itself from the scandal.

On May 15, the Department of Health and Human Services announced that it was suspending all federal funding for the nonprofit research organization EcoHealth Alliance for misleading government agencies about their taxpayer-funded collaboration with Communist China and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

The suspension and debarment official, Henrietta Brisbon, noted that the immediate suspension of funding to EcoHealth Alliance was “necessary to protect the public interest and due to a cause of so serious or compelling nature that it affects [EcoHealth’s] present responsibility.”

Passing the buck: Republicans on the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic are calling for the president of EcoHealth Alliance, Peter Daszak, to be stripped of his medical license and criminally investigated for misleading the federal government. Yet not all the blame for covid-19 belongs to the EcoHealth Alliance and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

According to Sen. Rand Paul, some 15 U.S. agencies knew the Wuhan Institute of Virology was working to insert a furin cleavage site into a coronavirus to create a virus like covid-19. Federal attempts to throw EcoHealth under the bus are likely motivated by a desire to make it look like these agencies bear no blame for the coronavirus pandemic.

Federal scandal: Appendix C in Gerald Flurry’s book America Under Attack, titled “Was the Coronavirus Crisis Engineered?”, notes how Barack Obama’s science czar bragged to Nature magazine about all the gain-of-function research the Obama administration was doing in China.

Daszak was not just a rogue agent cooperating with China. Researching “gain of function” is a euphemism for researching bioweapons, and the Obama administration knew all about the dangerous bioweapons research the U.S. was funding.