Writer: Grace [G-Translators/Authentic Writing Team]
On the morning of June 10th, FBI Director Wray testified before the House Judiciary Committee. Being questioned by congressman Matt Gaetz during the hearing, Director Wray has repeatedly refused to answer when and how the FBI knew Dr. Li Meng-Yan’s whistleblowing on the origin of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus. While he boasts himself as a continuous vocal figure countering intelligence threat from the CCP, Wray did intentionally avoid addressing the issue of identifying real origin of CCP virus.
In the hearing, Representative Matt Gaetz said, “there has been a cover-up regarding the origins of the coronavirus. We see it in Fauci’s emails. We see it in G7’s call today to renew an inquiry into those origins. We see it in the Biden administration’s efforts to squelch investigation into the origins of the coronavirus.”
According to Gaetz, on April 28th, 2020, Dr. LiMeng Yan landed at LAX. A FBI agent interviewed her at that time. Then Dr. Yan traveled to New York. The FBI agent followed her from Los Angeles to New York and interviewed Dr. Yan on both May 1st and May 2nd in 2020. Then, the FBI agent took Dr. Yan’s phone, on which Dr. Yan showed evidence of WeChat communications between herself and the director of the CDC in Beijing, dating back to December of 2019 regarding the Chinese military’s involvement in the development of the virus and specific links of Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Mr. Gates asked Wray, “When did you become aware of your agency’s interface with Dr. Yan? When did you review those WeChat messages?”
Director Wray refused to answer these questions, he said instead, “I have been very vocal. And I intend to continue to be vocal about the counterintelligence threat which take a wide variety of forms from the People’s Republic of China and the Chinese Communist party. And I think it’s one of the most significant threats facing this country.”
Wray told Representative Gaetz that he would release information about the CCP virus, information stored in Dr. Yan’s phone -which was taken by an FBI agent in April 2020-, information about the CCP’s military involvement, and information about the CCP’s efforts to discredit Dr. Yan.
Mr. Daetz told people that on October 14th, 2020, FBI agent Andrews brought a scientist who’s was working with the FBI to meet with Dr Yan in New York for nearly 6 hours. Mr. Gaetz wanted Director Wray to tell him something about that meeting, as well as explain what it tells the American people about the origins about the CCP virus. However, once again, Director Wray did not answer his questions.
Mr. Daetz again asked Wray to explain some scientific analysis that the FBI had done regarding Dr. Yan’s claims, the message she provided to FBI, Beijing’s knowledge of the origins of the virus, their military’s involvement, and even efforts to try to present a fake genome sequence to the world at the beginning of the pandemic.
Unexpectedly, Director Wray told Mr. Gaetz that he will have his staff follow up and share some of this information with him and the Judiciary Committee.
Mr. Gaetz emphasized that if the American people don’t look at that information (about the CCP virus), they will be unable to ascertain what differences of opinion are correct and incorrect.
Mr. Gaetz pointed out that Dr. Yan is a doctor (in both medical and virology areas), whistleblower and a fact witness. He stated that back when Dr. Yan made these pronouncements regarding the CCP, their military involvement, and the release of the virus from the lab, there was a number of people trying to discredit her. Mr. Gaetz speculated that the effort to discredit Dr. Yan was part of counterintelligence efforts by the CCP. In response, Director Wray agreed to share this information with him.
Towards the end of the meeting time, Mr. Gaetz showed Director Wray the receipt, from where the FBI agent got the phone that had the WeChat messages that had very important information regarding the connections between Beijing and the CCP.
Reference: FBI Director House Judiciary 6/10/21
(This article only reflects the author’s personal opinion)