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N.I.H. Gives The Wuhan Lab Bad News—Too Little Too Late?


It has been 2 years since elements of the American government and the CCP conspired to cover up the spread of a modified bio-weapon.

I don’t need to tell you how immense the damage has been—not necessarily to people’s bodies, but more so to the integrity of their minds, their psyche—who they are as individuals.

We have people who still believe that Covid-19 came from some wet market, people who still wear masks, and people who place syringes and mask emojis in their online handles.

I don’t doubt that the wet market could have potentially played a role—i.e. the virus was deliberately placed there to spread, or a contaminated Wuhan Institute of Virology employee had traces of it on their body and spread it to the market.

Either way, the virus didn’t originate from the wet market. It originated in a lab not too far away where they were messing with the virus.

Many people within our government, like Fauci and his band of deep state clowns, did everything in their power to deny the obvious.

All these denials mean nothing and I think this story is the final, or one of the final, nails in the coffin of the Covid-19 scam.

Sources now say that the N.I.H has ended funding to the Wuhan Institute of Virology…

The N.I.H. claims that the lab has consistently failed to meet certain standards and that a great majority of these issues simply cannot be solved or brought up to standard.

I very much doubt that the sage employees of the Wuhan Institute just recently began to ignore proper standards en masse…These people have always crewed a leaky ship.

Here are the latest developments:

According to NTD News:

The NIH’s review of the concerns has concluded, Dr. Michael Lauer, an NIH deputy director, revealed in a letter on Aug. 19. It determined that all of the problems cannot be fixed.

Therefore, the NIH informed EcoHealth Alliance that the subaward to the Wuhan lab is terminated “for failure to meet award terms and conditions requiring provision of records to NIH upon request,” Lauer wrote to Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.), the top Republican on the House Oversight Committee.


Washington Examiner continued:

NIH Deputy Director Michael Lauer made the revelation in a letter Friday to House Oversight Committee Republicans, in which he said the Wuhan lab had refused to turn over lab notebooks and electronic files connected to its research funded through an NIH subaward given to it by the U.S.-based EcoHealth Alliance.


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