Why won’t they just come clean?
Recently revealed documents via Judicial Watch show that the F.B.I. was concerned about N.I.H. funding related to gain-of-function research in Wuhan.
The agency was so concerned that it launched a preliminary investigation into the issue…
Most of our intelligence agencies now believe that Covid-19 most likely came from a laboratory, so my question is, when are the arrests coming?
Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch recently told the world:
— Judicial Watch ⚖️ (@JudicialWatch) July 18, 2022
The records also show NIAID officials were concerned about “gain-of-function” research in China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2016 (2/3). https://t.co/Q29URNFy56
— Judicial Watch ⚖️ (@JudicialWatch) July 12, 2022
Washington Examiner provided these details:
The new information, uncovered by the conservative group Judicial Watch, shows that a senior investigations officer in the NIH Division of Program Integrity named Ashley Sanders sent an email to FBI Newark Field Office agent David Miller in May 2020 with the subject line “Grant Questions – FBI Inquiry – 1-R01AI110964-01 – 2-R01AI110964-06.”
The “R01AI110964” tag is the identifier for the NIH and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases award to EcoHealth Alliance titled “Understanding Bat Coronavirus Emergence.”
A subaward from that was provided to the Wuhan lab.
FBI Questioned NIH For Funding ‘Gain Of Function’ Research At The Wuhan Lab, Email Showshttps://t.co/rISkccSgcQ
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 14, 2022
Incredible new records show FBI inquiry into the infamous Wuhan gain of function grant — and that Fauci's agency was worried about its funding of gain of function-Wuhan issue for years prior to covid. https://t.co/UbTN2MYNm4 https://t.co/pLXWBSGxAl
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) July 13, 2022
According to Judicial Watch:
The records reveal several indications of gain-of-function research, as well as failures to comply with reporting regulations, including a May 9, 2016, email marked “High” importance, in which NIH official Carine Normil notes Peter Daszak’s failure to file a progress report on EcoHealth’s bat coronavirus research: