Friday, February 23, 2024

A Wuhan in Your Backyard? More Than 200 Dangerous Biolabs Right Here in the U.S.

A Wuhan in Your Backyard? More Than 200 Dangerous Biolabs Right Here in the U.S.:
Think that the next Wuhan could never happen here in the U.S.? Think again.
A shocking discovery was made recently in California, where an illegal Chinese-owned biolab was discovered.
Jesalyn Harper, a code enforcement officer, stumbled upon the potentially deadly lab in Reedley, California, as The Economist reported:
As Ms Harper entered the building she discovered “Biohazard” signs; vials labelled in a mix of English, Mandarin and some kind of cipher; and hundreds of caged white mice.

She had found an “invisible” biolab: a privately operated and funded lab that can avoid government oversight. It was run by Jia Bei Zhu, a man with alleged ties to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and who is wanted in Canada, from which he is said to have fled after he was ordered to pay 330m Canadian dollars for stealing American intellectual property on dairy-cattle breeding.
In addition to the hundreds of lab mice, a number of vials were also found in the illegal lab bearing labels with the names of pathogens like HIV, COVID, and malaria.
The Danger of These Illegal Biolabs Is Real
Dr. Jim Thorp, one of the leading freedom-fighting doctors during the COVID pandemic, is sounding the alarm when it comes to these hazardous and illegal biolabs and the threats they pose:
The threat of hazardous and illegal biolabs is more than just a remote threat. You don’t have to travel to Wuhan or Ukraine to uncover these breeding grounds for the next pandemic – indeed we have seen them discovered here in the United States. Our government must immediately step-up efforts to shut down these dangerous biohazard labs at home and abroad and until these labs are shuttered for good, I encourage all Americans to stockpile the medications necessary to protect you and your family.

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