Fauci Approved $3.7M Grant to Wuhan Lab for Bat Research in 2015

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In 2015, Dr Anthony Fauci approved a $3.7 Million grant to the Chinese Wuhan lab for its bat research, which pretty much tops the stupidity cake. He literally entrusted dangerous research to an enemy of the United States, and bypassed the US ban on such research. (Daily Mail )

From 2014 on, the US banned bat research on the Coronaviruses MERS and SARS because some of the US labs responsible for working on dangerous pathogens were making serious mistakes, (we previously reported on some of their mistakes). The possibility of an accidental pandemic was too great, so their research was shut down. Enter, Dr Anthony Fauci…who outsourced it to China. And he licensed the Wuhan lab to receive US funding.

An article from Children’s Health Defense entitled “U.S. Government’s $3.7 Million Grant to Wuhan Lab at Center of Coronavirus Outbreak” by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. states in part:

“Following the 2002-2003 SARS coronavirus outbreak, NIH funded a collaboration by Chinese scientists, US military virologists from the bioweapons lab at Fort Detrick and National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists from NIAID to prevent future coronavirus outbreaks by studying the evolution of virulent strains from bats in human tissues. Those efforts included “gain of function” research which is “accelerated viral evolution” to create COVID Pandemic superbugs, enhanced bat borne COVID mutants more lethal and more transmissible than wild COVID.

Fauci’s studies alarmed scientists around the globe who complained, according to a December 2017 NY Times article, that “these researchers risk creating a monster germ that could escape the lab and seed a pandemic.” Dr. Marc Lipsitch of the Harvard School of Public Health’s Communicable Disease Center told the Times that Dr. Fauci’s NIAID experiments “have given us some modest scientific knowledge and done almost nothing to improve our preparedness for pandemic, and yet risked creating an accidental pandemic.”

“In October 2014, following a series of federal laboratory mishaps that narrowly missed releasing these deadly engineered viruses, President Obama ordered the halt to all federal funding for Fauci’s dangerous experiments. NIAID-funded gain of function research continued after the moratorium in a Wuhan-based laboratory. Congress needs to launch an investigation of NIAID’s mischief in China.”

So what does all that mean? It means that Dr Fauci outsourced the dangerous research to the Wuhan laboratory after Obama shut it down. Dr. Fauci may be an “infectious diseases expert,” but he easily could be found complicit in this pandemic.

According to AsiaTimes,

“It is understandable that the Chinese lab likely struggled with safety issues given the fact US labs share similar problems, and indeed in January 2018 the US Embassy in Beijing sent cables warning about the safety of the Wuhan lab and asked for help. 

Additionally, the embassy warned that researchers “showed that various SARS-like coronaviruses can interact with ACE2, the human receptor identified for SARS-coronavirus,” meaning bat coronaviruses can be transmitted to humans to cause SARS-like diseases.”

So not only did Dr. Fauci outsource dangerous research, but cables were sent to the United States warning of security issues at the Wuhan lab.

‘Dropping the ball’ is a major understatement.


Featured photo from ChildrensHealthDefense.org


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  • usmcm14 battley

    The fucktard probably thought it was safer to work on bio weapons in china instead of the U.S. !!

  • t. Larimer

    why aren’t they investigating Dr. Fauci now! Politically I suppose the left will wait until the middle of the election process then drop the bomb, why didn’t you fire Dr. Fauci. This is a serious issue possibly starting the virus and breaking the law. Is China right? Did it come from the U.S.

  • roddy

    Sad and scary stuff. I will say that Fauci seemed a little to excited about coronavirus and controlling the populous at the briefings. He seemed to be having a lot of fun. Granted I know that epidemiologist passions are for viruses, but it was a bit much. Just my thoughts. I don’t know what the truth is.

    • Jim martin

      I read the entire Asia Times article mentioned above. From it, i gathered that the USA was conducting research into developing viral bio weapons but when four potentially disastrous accidents occurred in the labs, Obama outlawed the projects. When it became illegal here, the research was outsourced, as is common practice, this time to China. Some people believe, or at least publish accusations to get readers and money, that the virus escaped accidentally or was intentionally released as some kind of experiment with everyone on earth serving as guinea pigs. Some Republican senators are considering suing China if evidence determines China to be responsible one way or the other. ,

  • John Williams

    So when is the MSM going to ask the good Doctor about this? And does anyone anymore believe a word this mendacious mediocrity has to say? If he did this in contravention of US law when can we expect this NWO stooge to be indicted?

  • Donald Grappo

    Indicted, charged, tried, pilloried then executed for treason with all complicit
    racketeering, profiteering actors like Birx and Gates. Call it Faucigate …He and his crew are not geniuses. They leave forensic trail…very damning

  • Carl Virden

    Crap!! This is the first time I’ve seen this connection between Fauci and the Wuhan lab. Incredibly stupid conduct for a ”smart guy”.

    • John Smith

      You call that a smart guy? He’s an idiot in easy terms

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