This latest investigation marks the WHO's second such endeavor after the first time around it was revealed that the investigatory team had hidden ties to the WIV and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Now, the WHO is doing the same thing again hoping nobody will notice.
One of the team members assigned to this second so-called investigation is Christian Drosten, a signatory of the infamous Lancet letter organized by Fauci and EcoHealth Alliance's Peter Daszak.
"The letter prematurely debunked the possibility of COVID-19 counting lab origins and failed to disclose its authors' conflicts of interest," reported The National Pulse's Natalie Winters.
Another investigator, Supaporn Wacharapluesadee, also has ties to Daszak and EcoHealth Alliance – are you beginning to notice a pattern?
According to Winters, Wacharapluesadee was listed as a co-investigator on a grant application led by Daszak from back in August 2020. A paper associated with that grant focuses on the emergence of zoonotic disease in Southeast Asia and talked about experiments involving the "building of chimeric SARS-like bat coronaviruses."
Another 24 other investigators were assigned by the WHO, and at least six of them are similarly compromised. Their names include Marion Koopmans, Thea Fischer, John Watson, Vladimir Dedkov, Hung Nguyen-Viet, and Elmoubasher Farag.
Koopman, The National Pulse previously reported, has direct ties to the CCP. She was caught advising various Chinese state-run scientific bodies while also accepting grants from the communist regime.
Fischer, another fellow holdover, admitted in an interview that the first WHO investigation was not a "lab audit" as claimed, but rather a question-and-answer session with various personnel from the Wuhan lab.
In other words, there was never any real investigation conducted by the WHO the first time around. And more than likely there will not be a real investigation this second time around, either.
"This is based only on questioning, not us coming with swabs, and testing, or serology, follow-up or looking into lab locks because it was not a lab audit," Fischer stated at the time. "We were there to question and to interview together."
This second alleged investigation by the WHO also features someone by the name of Yungui Yang, who works as the deputy director at the Chinese Communist Party-run Beijing Institute of Genomics. So much for being "independent."
The Biden regime, meanwhile, has launched a $125 million project that aims to discover more than 10,000 novel viruses as they supposedly exist in nature.
The U.S. Agency for International Development is spending $125 million American taxpayer dollars to basically do the same thing the EcoHealth Alliance did with the WIV: to "screen and sequence the genomes of the ones (viruses) that pose the most risk to animal and human health," a summary of the project explains.
"This process is expected to yield 8,000 to 12,000 novel viruses," it adds.
The Biden project will also involve collaboration with foreign countries in order to "build scientific capacity in partner countries" that focus on coronaviruses, filoviruses and paramyxoviruses.
"The project plans to partner with up to 12 targeted countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America to carry out large-scale animal surveillance programs within their own countries, safely, using their own laboratory facilities," the summary goes on to explain.
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