(Submitted by Quoth the Raven from QTR's "Fringe Finance" at http://quoththeraven.substack.com)
Powerful new evidence and analysis appears to further the link between Dr. Peter Daszak, the NIH, and the United States potentially having a hand in funding gain-of-function research for bat coronaviruses in Wuhan - the site of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The evidence came to light on Monday, but the scope of the documents was truly put into focus by one Harvard Ph.D. who said: “The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH Director, Francis Collins, and the NIAID Director, Anthony Fauci, that the NIH did not support gain-of-function research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement at WIV are untruthful…”.
Those who have been following my work for the last year or so know that I have been committed to trying to point out inconsistencies and the changing Covid narrative being pushed unto regular, hard-working, everyday Americans.
Most recently, I wrote a piece pointing out the stark differences between what the establishment, led by Dr. Fauci, is saying about herd immunity and vaccines versus what they were saying about a year ago.
A few weeks prior, I did a podcast called “Question the Answers” that laid out the changing narrative regarding the lab leak scenario.
I pointed out that those who were once regarded as conspiracy theorists for suggesting the (fairly obvious guess of a) lab leak now look as though they were on the verge of being proven right.
Additional evidence is now supporting my long held belief that the Wuhan Institute of Virology may have had something to do with the Covid pandemic. However, in my wildest dreams, I could not have imagined that the United States would have been involved in funding gain-of-function research in China.
But that is what the evidence continues to suggest.
Sharon Lerner and Mara Hvistendahl at The Intercept broke the story late night on Labor Day. They wrote:
NEWLY RELEASED documents provide details of U.S.-funded research on several types of coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. The Intercept has obtained more than nine hundred pages of documents detailing the work of the EcoHealth Alliance, a U.S.-based health organization that used federal money to fund bat coronavirus research at the Chinese laboratory. The trove of documents includes two previously unpublished grant proposals that were funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as well as project updates relating to the EcoHealth Alliance’s research, which has been scrutinized amid increased interest in the origins of the pandemic.
The documents were released in connection with ongoing Freedom of Information Act litigation by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health. The Intercept is making the full documents available to the public.
“This is a roadmap to the high-risk research that could have led to the current pandemic,” said Gary Ruskin, executive director of U.S. Right To Know, a group that has been investigating the origins of Covid-19.
But perhaps more stunning than the article, was the analysis of what it meant provided by... (you can read the rest of this article at QTR's "Fringe Finance" by clicking here).