NIH Confirms Fauci Lied, EcoHealth Alliance Violated Terms Of Virus Research Grant – Opinion

In a letter dated October 20, Senator James Comer (R. KY), the National Institutes of Health confirmed that Dr. Anthony Fauci was Director of National Institute of Allergens and Infectious Diseases. This revelation came during a hearing held on May 11, 2021.

During the hearing Fauci made it clear that neither the NIAID nor the NIH ever supported gain of function research at Wuhan Institute of Virology.  Fauci maintained his belief in this story despite the mounting evidence that contradicted it.  RedState was at the forefront of the news regarding gain-offunction research. We were the first media outlets that accurately reported that Fauci misled them during this interaction.  The NIH letter discusses the genomic study of bat coronaviruses in Wuhan Institute of Virology.

“It is important to state at the onset that the published genomic data demonstrate that the bat coronaviruses studied under the NIH grant to EcoHealth Alliance, Inc. and subward to the Wuhan Institute of Virology are not and could not have become SARS-CoV-2.  Both the progress report and the analysis attached here again confirms that conclusion, as the sequences of the viruses are genetically very distant.”

Later, the letter states in its entirety that EcoHealth Alliance’s progress report, which contained the data, was not submitted until August 2021 by Dr. Peter Daszak.  You would think that EcoHealth Alliance would not have been aware of their involvement in the global genocide. It is alarming that the NIH would simply accept the words of EcoHealth Alliance. This alliance is led by a man who is knowingly lying to the public about his involvement in research that could have lead to this virus.

Further fueling the flames, EcoHealth Alliance was confirmed by the NIH in a letter.

“The research plan was reviewed by the NIH in advance of funding, and determined that it did not fit the definition of research involving enhanced pathogens of pandemic potential (ePPP) because these bat coronaviruses had not been shown to infect humans.  The research was therefore not subject to HHS P3CO Framework departmental review.  EcoHealth was granted a grant to EcoHealth. The terms and conditions included language that required that the grantee reports immediately any one-log increase in growth. This was done out of caution, and added an extra layer of oversight.  This would trigger a second review in order to decide if the research goals should be revised or if new biosafety precautions should be taken.

EcoHealth didn’t report the findings immediately as required under the terms.  EcoHealth was notified today that they still have five days to report to NIH all data not published from this award-related experiments.  Additional compliance efforts continue.”

If Daszak is the one in charge at EcoHealth Alliance and authored the Lancet letter (which was almost scientifically determined to be a fraud assessment) then why should the NIH assume that Daszak would submit truthful reports or tell the truth if they could be implicated in the assassination of 5,000,000 people?

The NIH letter also provides a genetic assessment of SARS CoV-2. This includes known viruses that Representative Comer questioned. RedState previously reported that RaTG13 was the most probable candidate to be the backbone of SARS-CoV-2. This is after having been subjected to genetic manipulations of gain-of-function. The NIH letter to Comer openly states what we already know:  That RaTG13 (a virus found naturally in a cave in the Yunnan Province in 2013), shares 96% of its genomic code with SARS-CoV-2.

“While it might appear that the similarity of RaTG13 and BANAL-52 bat coronaviruses to SARS-CoV-2 is close because it overlaps by 96-97%, experts agree that even these viruses are too far divergent to have been that progenitor of SARS-CoV-2.”

And as written, that’s just not correct.  While this close relationship does not make those viruses the natural progenitors of SARS-CoV-2 virus, it is enough that the two are genetically identical enough to create synthetic SARS-CoV-2. A conclusion which seems suspiciously absent from the above letter.

In closing, the letter states that the “bat coronaviruses studied under the EcoHealth Alliance grant could not have been the source of SARS-CoV-2 and the COVID-19 pandemic.” The problem with that conclusion is that it relies exclusively on data and reports provided by the very people who would be implicated in the greatest crime in the history of humanity.

Allow me to question their veracity.

You can find the complete letter here.

NIH Letter To Comer 1
NIH Letter of Comer 2


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