It is nearly unbelievable when you hear it, but it turns out to be true. Google and USAID funded an associate of the Wuhan lab where it is believed that the COVID-19 pandemic virus originated. They did so through their financial ties to EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak by funding his virus experiments for over a decade.
Think about the ramifications of this new revelation. Now we know why Google and YouTube, which Google owns, censored any talk about the origins of the coronavirus.
We don’t know if the funding was for anything untoward, but the fact that Google censors anything that is not in line with the WHO (I found that out the hard way) or the Woke Supremacy narrative of COVID-19 you have to ask questions.
NPR reported that NIH giving funding to EcoHealth’s Wuhan bat research with a $3.7 million grant in 2015 with a “small portion — about $76,000 per year — was used to pay the Wuhan lab for its on-the-ground work.”
Daszak got himself placed on the WHO’s COVID investigation team where he used that influence to co-write an article for The Lancet, one of the most prestigious science magazines in the world, claiming that it is impossible that the COVID-19 virus came from a lab leak calling it a conspiracy theory. So we had the same guy who funneled grant money from Anthony Fauci to the Wuhan lab that was using bat viruses to do gain of function research shutting down the lab leak theory to cover his own tracks. Incredible.
REVEALED: Google Funded Wuhan Institute Of Virology's Top Research Partner Peter Daszak For Over A Decade.
Could this explain why big tech silenced debate on the origins of COVID-19?https://t.co/Uq8vXR1TBH
— Natalie Winters (@nataliegwinters) June 19, 2021
The Wuhan lab was granted $600,000 of taxpayer dollars from EchoHealth between 2014 and 2019 so that they would study bat coronaviruses. The Wuhan lab funding came from the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a sub-agency for the National Institutes of Health that is led by White House senior medical adviser Dr. Fauci, or as I like to call him, Faucinoccio whose nose could tickle someone in New York from Los Angeles.
And it turns out that EcoHealth Alliance wasn’t required to go through the review board of the Department of Health and Human Services where the grant would probably have been rejected. The reason it wasn’t was able to bypass review is that the sub-agency that awards grants never told the review board. Wasn’t that convenient?
On top of that, Daszak took to social media in December 2020 to dispel the lab leak theory as a conspiracy.
“This is a widely circulated conspiracy theory. This piece describes work I’m the lead on & labs I’ve collaborated w/ for 15 yrs. They DO NOT have live or dead bats in them. There is no evidence anywhere that this happened. It’s an error that I hope will be corrected.”
This is a widely circulated conspiracy theory. This piece describes work I'm the lead on & labs I've collaborated w/ for 15 yrs. They DO NOT have live or dead bats in them. There is no evidence anywhere that this happened. It's an error that I hope will be corrected.
— Peter Daszak (@PeterDaszak) December 10, 2020
But a problem recently arose when a video surfaced of Wuhan lab researchers working with bats.
Google.org, which is the arm of Google that handles charities, has been funding studies performed by EchoHealth researchers since 2010. Why is the tech giant Google funding science work that potentially includes gain of function research that could create a virus that would kill the entire population of the planet? What is the tech tyrant getting out of it?
The decade-long relationship became clear from a 2010 study on bat-borne viruses. It lists Daszak and EcoHealth Alliance Vice President Jonathan Epstein as authors, and it thanks Google.org for its funding.
A henipavirus spillover study from 2014 confirms Google.org partially supported it. That study was authored by Daszak.
Political commentator and Fox News host of “The Next Revolution” Steve Hilton said, “It’s honestly one of the biggest scandals for, I don’t know, a hundred years” during an appearance on “Fox News Primetime.” “I can’t think of a bigger one.”
“People like Peter Daszak, people like Fauci himself who, of course, initiated the work that Daszak then sent to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to make bat coronaviruses more airborne and more transmissible and more infectious to the human respiratory system – [a theory] we now know as the most likely origin of the pandemic,” Hilton continued. “They’re covering it up because they know they’ve got a guilty conscience.”