Ah you can’t keep a good octopus down. He’s pissed off that Hannity keeps calling Brett Bair (another dopey show host) as an EXPERT on the Corona-chan virus.
Fauci stood in front of everyone and when asked if it was a genetic engineered virus said “There will be a future study that will show it’s a normal virus. The amount of genetic change is quite normal”
LIES LIES LIES YAH AH.
Then Bair repeated the same thing on the Hannity show TWICE
“There is no evidence that this is a genetic engineered virus”
LIES LIES LIES YAH AH
There is in fact OVERWHELMING EVIDENCE.
First, Indian scientists who studied the genome of the virus says it showed specific evidence left behind by CRISPR slicing. IT also showed whole sections of HIV Spike protein grafted onto the corona-chan. The authors were put under lots of pressure and withdrew the article (Uncanny similarity of unique inserts in the 2019-nCoV spike protein to HIV-1 gp120 and Gag) but that doesn’t make it false. Where are the rebuttal articles? So far.. .nothing. That isn’t science, that’s control. “Oh those are common genome chains, they mean nothing nothing” if they writers were threatened with death to themselves or their families for letting the secret out of the bag, that would make more sense with what’s happend than an actual scientific process. Science publications reject people all the time for political reasons, the whole Duisberg HIV fiasco comes to mind.
the critics say:
Aaron T. Irving, Senior Research Fellow, Duke-NUS Medical School:
It’s easier to believe misinformation when it is mixed with truth. The region highlighted in the pre-print is indeed an insertion in nCoV-2019 relative to its bat ancestors and indeed it has high identity to the HIV gp120/gag. However, the authors chose to align only this small region and not do a basic check on whether there were other sequences which were also homologous (showing high degree of similarity/identity). As it turned out, the region is also homologous to many unrelated sequences. As such, the conclusions drawn from the data are no longer valid and there are many open-ended questions regarding this region highlighted. I see the authors themselves agree with this criticism by other scientists and have voluntarily withdrawn their preprint pending a much deeper investigation.
Ah Duke University, their virology center not only does Biowarfare research but they also were part of the coronavirus study that Fauci funded! Trust them? I think NOT.
Duke is a key partner of DARPA’s Pandemic Prevention Platform (P3) program, which officially aims “to dramatically accelerate discovery, integration, pre-clinical testing, and manufacturing of medical countermeasures against infectious diseases.” The first step of the Duke/DARPA program involves the discovery of potentially threatening viruses and “develop[ing] methods to support viral propagation, so that virus can be used for downstream studies. Duke University is also jointly partnered with China’s Wuhan University [read more below]
However, just because it is a small region does not mean there was no gene editing. It may well be a fingerprint of gene editing when compared to the common form of corona virus vs. the new form. If that’s the case then the question is if its mutation or gene splicing. Fauci says its near enough to be simple mutation. I don’t buy it. I know how these death scientist think and if their specific mandate was to INCREASE LETHALITY in that lab because the USA could no longer continue its research, it is very unlikely that they did not try to do so.
Ralph Baric, a coronavirus researcher at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, notes that of the four known SARS-related bat viruses capable of infecting humans, this one is the most distant from SARS itself.
This contradicts Fauci’s statement that it is of “normal typical” genetic distance seen.
“The genomes [from the 24 samples] are very uniform,” Kristian Andersen said. “If there had been multiple introductions,” including from many different animals, “there would be more genomic diversity. This was a single introduction.”
Which further points to the lab genetic modification beginning point. If it were from nature there would be some genetic variation.
The two facts combined, the fact that it IS so genetic distance from the SARS virus, and that it is so consistent, point to the BioWeapon source in Wuhan Virus Institute.
There is also the research of Chinese Dr. He Jiankui, who was trying to re-engineer a form of human genome that would make it RESISTANT TO CORONAVIRUS. Forget vaccines, just make new humans! A world where only the new Chinese would survive? That’s more the reality of what was going on at the Wuhan Death lab.
Dany Shoham, a former Israeli military intelligence officer who has studied Chinese biological warfare, said the Wuhan institute is linked to Beijing’s covert bio-weapons program.
Then there is the fact that the Virus does NOT MATCH any of the samples taken by the Chinese Bat Lady Shi Zhengli from Caves in Shitou.
Shi instructed her team to repeat the tests and, at the same time, sent the samples to another laboratory to sequence the full viral genomes. Meanwhile she frantically went through her own laboratory’s records from the past few years to check for any mishandling of experimental materials, especially during disposal. Shi breathed a sigh of relief when the results came back: none of the sequences matched those of the viruses her team had sampled from bat caves. “That really took a load off my mind,” she says. “I had not slept a wink for days.”
LIES LIES LIES YAH AH
There is also the fact that Wuhan Institute of Death War Virology was funded by Dr. Fauci’s NIH to the tune of 3.7 million and by 880,000 from Canada, specifically because genetic engineering to make deadlier viruses was forbidden in America from 2014 – 2017. So they needed a place to continue their MURDER THE PLANET research. thankfully congress overturned the ban in 2017 and now America is back to making deadly viruses so there’s no more need for Wuhan, so China Bulldozed it and buried it, destroyed all the virus samples which could have proved they made a bioweapon, and murdered most of the staff.
Well you can listen to ol Patriot Mouse, or you can listen to BRETT BAIRD. Sheesh.
It is also important to point out the fact that the U.S. military’s key laboratories involving the study of deadly pathogens, including coronaviruses, Ebola and others, was suddenly shut down last July after the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified major “biosafety lapses” at the facility.
The U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID) facility at Fort Detrick, Maryland — the U.S. military’s lead laboratory for “biological defense” research since the late 1960s — was forced to halt all research it was conducting with a series of deadly pathogens after the CDC found that it lacked “sufficient systems in place to decontaminate wastewater” from its highest-security labs and failure of staff to follow safety procedures, among other lapses. The facility contains both level 3 and level 4 biosafety labs. While it is unknown if experiments involving coronaviruses were ongoing at the time, USAMRIID has recently been involved in research borne out of the Pentagon’s recent concern about the use of bats as bioweapons.
The decision to shut down USAMRIID garnered surprisingly little media coverage, as did the CDC’s surprising decision to allow the troubled facility to “partially resume” research late last November even though the facility was and is still not at “full operational capability.” The USAMRIID’s problematic record of safety at such facilities is of particular concern in light of the recent coronavirus outbreak in China. As this report will soon reveal, this is because USAMRIID has a decades-old and close partnership with the University of Wuhan’s Institute of Medical Virology, which is located in the epicenter of the current outbreak.
THE PENTAGON IN WUHAN?
Beyond the U.S. military’s recent expenditures on and interest in the use of bats of bioweapons, it is also worth examining the recent studies the military has funded regarding bats and “novel coronaviruses,” such as that behind the recent outbreak, that have taken place within or in close proximity to China.
For instance, one study conducted in Southern China in 2018 resulted in the discovery of 89 new “novel bat coronavirus” strains that use the same receptor as the coronavirus known as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). That study was jointly funded by the Chinese government’s Ministry of Science and Technology, USAID — an organization long alleged to be a front for U.S. intelligence, and the U.S. National Institute of Health — which has collaborated with both the CIA and the Pentagon on infectious disease and bioweapons research.
The authors of the study also sequenced the complete genomes for two of those strains and also noted that existing MERS vaccines would be ineffective in targeting these viruses, leading them to suggest that one should be developed in advance. This did not occur.
Another U.S. government-funded study that discovered still more new strains of “novel bat coronavirus” was published just last year. Titled “Discovery and Characterization of Novel Bat Coronavirus Lineages from Kazakhstan,” focused on “the bat fauna of central Asia, which link China to eastern Europe” and the novel bat coronavirus lineages discovered during the study were found to be “closely related to bat coronaviruses from China, France, Spain, and South Africa, suggesting that co-circulation of coronaviruses is common in multiple bat species with overlapping geographical distributions.” In other words, the coronaviruses discovered in this study were identified in bat populations that migrate between China and Kazakhstan, among other countries, and is closely related to bat coronaviruses in several countries, including China.
The study was entirely funded by the U.S. Department of Defense, specifically the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) as part of a project investigating coronaviruses similar to MERS, such as the aforementioned 2018 study. Yet, beyond the funding of this 2019 study, the institutions involved in conducting this study are also worth noting given their own close ties to the U.S. military and government.
The study’s authors are affiliated with either the Kazakhstan-based Research Institute for Biological Safety Problems and/or Duke University. The Research Institute for Biological Safety Problems, though officially a part of Kazakhstan’s National Center for Biotechnology, has received millions from the U.S. government, most of it coming from the Pentagon’s Cooperative Threat Reduction Program. It is the Kazakhstan government’s official depository of “highly dangerous animal and bird infections, with a collection of 278 pathogenic strains of 46 infectious diseases.” It is part of a network of Pentagon-funded “bioweapons labs” throughout the Central Asian country, which borders both of the U.S.’ top rival states — China and Russia.
Duke University’s involvement with this study is also interesting given that Duke is a key partner of DARPA’s Pandemic Prevention Platform (P3) program, which officially aims “to dramatically accelerate discovery, integration, pre-clinical testing, and manufacturing of medical countermeasures against infectious diseases.” The first step of the Duke/DARPA program involves the discovery of potentially threatening viruses and “develop[ing] methods to support viral propagation, so that virus can be used for downstream studies.”
Duke University is also jointly partnered with China’s Wuhan University, which is based in the city where the current coronavirus outbreak began, which resulted in the opening of the China-based Duke Kunshan University (DKU) in 2018. Notably, China’s Wuhan University — in addition to its partnership with Duke — also includes a multi-lab Institute of Medical Virology that has worked closely with the US Army Medical Research Institute for Infectious Diseases since the 1980s, according to its website. As previously noted, the USAMRIID facility in the U.S. was shut down last July for failures to abide by biosafety and proper waste disposal procedures, but was allowed to partially resume some experiments late last November.