The scientist that channeled millions of U.S. taxpayer dollars to the Wuhan Institute of Virology through a “charity” called EcoHealth Alliance, has just been disclaimed by a very prominent and influential medical journal.
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the international and prominent medical journal, The Lancet, has just recently published an influential letter from early 2020. The letter was signed by a number of prominent scientists, and they’re calling the Wuhan Lab origin a “conspiracy theory.”
Here’s the content of the infamous letter.
“We sign this statement in solidarity with all scientists and health professionals in China who continue to save lives and protect global health during the challenge of the COVID-19 outbreak. We are all in this together, with our Chinese counterparts in the forefront, against this new viral threat.
The rapid, open, and transparent sharing of data on this outbreak is now being threatened by rumors and misinformation around its origins. We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin. Scientists from multiple countries have published and analyzed genomes of the causative agent, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), and they overwhelmingly conclude that this coronavirus originated in wildlife, as have so many other emerging pathogens.
The Lancet appears to have determined that was exactly the case: There was a conflict of interest, specifically by Dr. Peter Daszak and EcoHealth Alliance, as he tacitly admitted in an email exchange that will be provided below. But first, here is The Lancet‘s update on the Wuhan “conspiracy theory” letter, as was recently reported by Human Events:
In February 2020, 27 public health experts co-authored a Correspondence in The Lancet (“Statement in support of the scientists, public health professionals, and medical professionals of China combatting COVID-19”), supporting health professionals and physicians in China during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic. In this letter, the authors declared no competing interests. Some readers have questioned the validity of this disclosure, particularly as it relates to one of the authors, Peter Daszak.
We will continue to follow this story, as the nation braces for the Covid-19 variant being widely discussed, particularly in light of the Olympics location in Beijing, China. One thing is very clear, Dr. Daszak and his relationship to the Wuhan Institute for Virology created a clear conflict of interest.”
And here’s the updated disclosure statement:
“There may be differences in opinion as to what constitutes a competing interest,” it now weakly notes. “With these facts in mind, The Lancet invited the 27 authors of the letter to re-evaluate their competing interests. Peter Daszak has expanded on his disclosure statements for three pieces relating to COVID-19 that he co-authored or contributed to in The Lancet— the February 2020, Correspondence,1 as well as a Commission Statement3 and a Comment for the Lancet COVID-19 Commission.”
You can find the full updated statement here:
The National Pulse reporter Natalie Winters noted that Daszak apparently lied about never receiving funds from China. Winters reported on the conflict of interest in February, and video evidence also appeared recently:
🚨Peter Daszak's recent claim he never "received funding" from China is a total LIE.
He admitted to collaborating with "scientists in the government of China for over 15 years, supported by federal funding from the U.S. and federal funding from China" in 2018. pic.twitter.com/eHA81RfFTd
— Natalie Winters (@nataliegwinters) June 22, 2021