National Institutes of Health Admits Funding for Communist China’s Wuhan Institute for Gain-of-Function Virus Research

Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Snorlax

On Oct. 20, in a letter acknowledged by Lawrence Tabak, principal deputy director of the National Institutes of Health, that the United States had funded so-called “Gain-of-function” research conducted by the Chinese Communist Party at the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research. However, the associated EcoHealth Alliance did not report that the research created a coronavirus that could infect humans.

In fact, whether or not the National Institutes of Health had funded the WVI has been a focus of public opinion in tracing the origin of the new coronavirus. For this reason, Congress has held several hearings to investigate Fauci and other related individuals. But for these investigations and pursuits, Fauci himself has taken a blanket denial, even claiming that an attack on him is an attack on science.

Now, Lawrence’s testimony, without a doubt, gives the public a clear answer. Former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo commented on Gettr that Dr. Fauci has been dishonest with the American people and there are still more questions he needs to answer about functional enhancement research. In response, Senator Tom Cotton also said that Fauci should be investigated and prosecuted to the extent allowed by law.


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