The Wuhan Institute of Virology from which the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) is believed to have “escaped” has a number of questionable partnerships that are worth looking into in light of the pandemic.
Most of them are universities, including the University of Alabama, the University of North Texas, and Harvard University. There is also the EcoHealth Alliance, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the National Wildlife Federation.
While the relationships between these entities and the Wuhan Institute of Virology may be completely innocent, there is no way to really say for sure without a proper investigation. And this is exactly what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is calling for, as is the nation of Australia.
Pompeo and the folks down under, along with millions of Americans, would really like to know the true origins of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). An increasing number of people simply are not buying the narrative that the novel virus originated in bat soup at a Chinese wet market, and this even includes mainstream media outlets like Fox News.
The only way to really determine what was going on at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and who else might have been involved. is to open the place up for an international investigation. But communist China is against this, of course, accusing Australia of “petty tricks” and collusion with the United States.
“Overnight, I saw comments from the Chinese Foreign Ministry talking about a course of activity with respect to Australia who had the temerity to ask for investigation,” Pompeo is quoted as saying in response to China’s aggression against a proposed investigation.
“Who in the world wouldn’t want an investigation of how this happened to the world?” he added.
As the U.S. aims to get back on track economically speaking, Pompeo believes that now is the time to hold communist China, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and whoever else may have been involved accountable for unleashing this pandemic on the world.
“Not only American wealth, but the global economy’s devastation as a result of this virus,” Pompeo further stated. “There will be a time for this. We will get that timing right.”
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University of Texas also had “substantial contractual relations” with the Wuhan Institute of Virology
Another entity that is not listed on the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s website as a partner, but that has “substantial contractual relations” with the institution, is the University of Texas, according to reports.
The Department of Education (DoE) is reportedly conducting a wide-ranging investigation into the ties between these two schools, which include both gifts and special contracts made to a controversial Wuhan researcher by the name of Shi Zhengli.
Shi co-authored a 2015 paper about the development of a new coronavirus, much like the one currently in circulation, that was made by combining a coronavirus found in Chinese horseshow bats with another that causes human-like severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS).
Numerous Western intelligence agencies are said to be investigating both the Wuhan Institute of Virology and the Chinese Centers for Disease Control, both of which presumably know the true origins of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19). If it can be determined unequivocally that the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) did, in fact, “escape” from the lab, then UT and the other aforementioned schools will also be probed for what they know about the situation.
It is also interesting that back in February, the University of Texas’s Medical Branch, which operates the Galveston National Laboratory’s Institute for Human Infections and Immunity, developed a vaccine that supposedly protects mice against SARS, which shares about 82 percent of its genes with the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
In other words, it would seem as though the Wuhan Institute of Virology was secretly developing a new coronavirus that sounds just like the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) at the very same time that its Texas partners were developing a vaccine for it. This is highly suspicious, to say the least.
Part of the DoE’s investigation into this situation also involves a November 2018 article published in the journal Science that was co-signed by officials at both the Wuhan and Galveston labs. The article admits:
“We engaged in short- and long-term personnel exchanges focused on biosafety training, building operations and maintenance, and collaborative scientific investigations in biocontainment,” adding that “funding for research and the logistics of exchanging specimens are challenges that we have yet to solve.”
All of this would suggest that numerous American institutions of higher learning, along with an agency of the federal government itself (NIH), conspired with the Wuhan Institute of Virology to both develop and create a “cure” for a new coronavirus that just might be the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) strain that is currently circulating.
Other potential conspirators include about two-dozen Chinese universities and companies, including the infamous Huawei microchip corporation, tied to the Bill Gates-founded Microsoft corporation, that was cut off from producing products for American households through an executive order signed by President Donald Trump back in 2019.
On top of all of this, new evidence has also emerged to suggest that UT and other American colleges and universities have been accepting money from foreign sources, including communist China. This alone deserves a full investigation into where these funds have been coming from specifically, what they were used for, and what is expected in return.
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