It has come to our attention that Facebook’s “independent fact checkers” have been relying on a phony letter written by EcoHealth Alliance head Peter Daszak, a Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) lab partner who was developing bat coronavirus bioweapons in partnership with Anthony Fauci, to “debunk” claims that the Chinese Virus may have originated inside a lab.
The lab origin theory, as it is now called, centers around the idea that American taxpayer dollars that were funneled by Fauci straight into communist China were used to develop the Chinese Virus, which was officially blamed on tainted bats at a Wuhan wet market.
For most of last year, Big Tech, the mainstream media, and government officials outside of the Trump administration claimed that there was no evidence that the Wuhan Flu originated at a lab. They insisted that it occurred naturally out of nowhere, resulting in a global plandemic that conveniently made the rich richer and the poor poorer.
That narrative began to change in recent weeks after Fauci was caught lying under oath to Sen. Rand Paul about his involvement in illegal gain of function research, which the National Institutes of Health (NIH) was funding overseas with American tax dollars after it was banned here on our own soil.
The gain of function ban was lifted, we now know, right before Donald Trump was installed into the White House, though Fauci never informed anyone about it.
Four years later, and bombshells are being dropped almost daily showing the corruption and treason of Fauci and his allies, who appear to have developed the Chinese Virus intentionally. Millions of people have since died and the world has been plunged into economic turmoil thanks to Fauci and his co-minions.
The jig is up: Fauci and Daszak are done
As for Facebook, it helped Fauci do his dirty work by covering up all traces – or so it thought – of evidence substantiating the lab origin theory. And now that even the mainstream media is cracking, Facebook has a lot of egg on its face for participating in the sham.
For almost the entirety of 2020, Facebook labeled all lab origin theory content as “false information,” even though the “proof” it had of this all came from Daszak, a co-conspirator with a vested interest in deflecting attention away from the theory.
Facebook partnered up with a group called “Science Feedback,” which published an article back in February that intentionally spread lies on Daszak and Fauci’s behalf, framing these lies as “scientific proof” that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) originated in bats rather than at a Wuhan lab.
This article specifically cited a letter written to The Lancet, signed by “27 eminent public health experts,” that denies all links between the Chinese Virus and any Wuhan lab. The letter, however, came straight from Daszak.
“Though no definitive proof has emerged yet to show whether COVID-19 leaked from a lab or crossed over to humans directly from an animal, mounting evidence in support of the lab leak theory has emerged in recent weeks – after academics dismissed it as impossible for more than a year,” reports the DailyMail Online (United Kingdom).
“It is now clear that many of the leading experts in emerging coronavirus threats, who rushed to dismiss the lab leak theory early in the pandemic, were potentially conflicted, fearing that confirmation of a leak would shut down virology labs around the world and cut off their precious flow of funding.”
What comes next is an unfolding story that we will continue to reveal as it becomes known, so stay tuned.
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