Dr. Kristian Andersen of the Scripps Institute and Tulane University’s Dr. Robert Garry raised concerns in 2020 to Fauci that there could be legitimacy to COVID-19 leaking from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has received funds from the NIH-backed EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit group. These same virologists, who later rejected the leak hypothesis, led research projects that pocketed over $25.2 million between 2020 and 2022 from the NIH, according to federal grant data reviewed by the Washington Examiner.
Our top 2 virologists agreed Covid was man made, until Fauci's NIH paid them $9million in grants.— Matt Nutz (@MTnutz) March 1, 2023
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The Scripps Institute's Kristian Andersen + Tulane University's Robert Garry raised concerns in 2020 to Fauci that COVID may've come from a lab— Gabe Kaminsky (@gekaminsky) March 2, 2023
The virologists, who changed their tune, have evidently been rewarded. Here's a snapshot of grants NIH gave them between 2020 / 2022 pic.twitter.com/RgHPsVPXTp
A scientist who worked with Peter Daszak at the EcoHealth Alliance has sent a whistleblower complaint to Senator Gary Peters, the Chairman of the Senate Whistleblower committee, stating that he believes Daszak works with the CIA and could in fact be “a double agent working on behalf of the Chinese government.” American Greatness
Here is a copy of the Whistle Blower complaint that I submitted to Senator Gary Peter's Office. I would like to testify on this critical matter as soon as reasonably possible.@SenEdMcBroom @SenGaryPeters @RepJackBergman @LeeSmithDC @SenStabenow @joerogan pic.twitter.com/KcfBhDbSSr— Dr. Andrew G. Huff (@AGHuff) February 4, 2022