Saturday, December 23, 2023

Rep. Gosar Demands Biden Admin Explain WMD-Related Funding To Nonprofit Tied To Wuhan Lab; America Can’t Let China Dictate Its Response To Pneumonia Outbreak, and other C-Virus related stories

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Rep. Gosar Demands Biden Admin Explain WMD-Related Funding To Nonprofit Tied To Wuhan Lab:
Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar sent letters Monday to the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the three other agencies that are still funding EcoHealth Alliance (EHA), which has for years funneled taxpayer money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV).
The Daily Caller first obtained copies of the four letters, sent to the NIH, Department of Defense (DOD), National Science Foundation (NSF) and United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In the letters, Gosar calls for answers regarding total funding to EHA, any active projects with EHA, Weapons of Mass Destruction research, EHA collaborators, research in foreign countries and gain-of-function research.
The Caller recently reported that a group of scientists tied to the WIV are using taxpayer cash to import bats and perform Ebola experiments in the U.S.
“It’s disgraceful that government agencies continue to give tens of millions of taxpayer dollars to the group that’s responsible for funneling Fauci’s federal money to the CCP-controlled Wuhan Institute of Virology for risky gain-of-function research that started a pandemic,” Gosar told the Caller before sending the letters.
“EcoHealth Alliance does not deserve any taxpayer support after what happened in Wuhan and its years of empty promises of predicting and preventing pandemics and instead probably causing one. The agencies responsible for this wasteful spending must be held accountable,” he added. --->READ MORE HERE
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America Can’t Let China Dictate Its Response To Pneumonia Outbreak:
China is reportedly experiencing an outbreak of respiratory disease. The rest of the world should be concerned because both China and the World Health Organization (WHO) have credibility issues based on their poor handling of the Covid-19 pandemic, and the current outbreak in China seems to hit children the hardest.
China has a history of covering up and delaying the sharing of crucial information about disease outbreaks. The two most recent examples were the Chinese government’s covering up of the 2003 SARS outbreak and the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic between late 2019 and early 2020. Yet the WHO is known to kowtow to the Chinese authorities and let Beijing dictate global health care messaging and critical decisions. For example, the WHO waited until Jan. 30, 2020, to declare the coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of international concern. That declaration came after more than 200 deaths and close to 10,000 infections in China.
The Chinese government’s coverup and the WHO’s deference to China delayed other nations from taking adequate precautions. They thus missed the “golden period” of containing the spread of the coronavirus. Neither China nor the WHO have much credibility left after the Covid-19 pandemic.
China Fails to Warn the World Again
Unfortunately, neither China nor the WHO have learned their lessons. China has seen an increase in the hospitalization of children since May. Still, the Chinese authorities from the National Health Commission waited until Nov. 13 to announce an increase in the incidence of respiratory diseases. They downplayed the severity of it by claiming the surge was due to “the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions” and the circulation of “known pathogens such as influenza, mycoplasma pneumoniae (a common bacterial infection that typically affects younger children), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), and SARS-CoV-2” (the virus that causes Covid-19).
China practically told the rest of the world that everything was fine and there was nothing to worry about. The WHO accepted China’s explanation without asking for additional information. Then, on Nov. 21, ProMED, an independent international disease surveillance system, alerted the world about “undiagnosed pneumonia” in China, especially among children in several northern cities. ProMED’s alert finally prompted the WHO to make a rare public request to Beijing on Nov. 22. The WHO asked for detailed clinic data from these reported clusters among children, among other information. --->READ MORE HERE
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