From Sharyl Attkisson
- The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has given millions of taxpayer dollars to a U.S.-based group that partnered with the Wuhan, China lab to study bat coronaviruses.
- NIH cancelled some funding under pressure in April after the partnership with the Wuhan lab was reported by the media.
- A few weeks ago, NIH awarded more tax money to the U.S. group.
- Scientists have long experimented with and genetically altered coronavirus to use as a vaccine “vector.”
Starting in 2014, the National Institutes of Health granted millions of dollars in U.S. tax money to a “global environmental health nonprofit” called EcoHealth Alliance based in New York City.
The grant was for an eleven-year-long project entitled: “Understanding the risk of bat coronavirus emergence.” It aimed to study coronavirus in bats in China to determine which strains had the greatest risk of spillover to humans. (In other words, in hopes of preventing something like the Covid-19 pandemic and/or providing quick mitigation.)
A total of $3,748,715 was given for the project from 2014-2019.
EcoHealth Alliance’s partners on the taxpayer-funded project included scientist at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology.
The Chinese researchers at the Wuhan Institute of Virology also “received assistance from the Galveston National Laboratory at the University of Texas Medical Branch and other U.S. organizations.”…
Read much more and find links to research at https://sharylattkisson.com/2020/09/covid-19-origins-the-wuhan-lab-us-funding-and-vaccine-connection/