The Pentagon “funneled” $39 million to EcoHealth Alliance, a Fauci-linked “charity” that distributed research funds to the Wuhan Institute for Virology. The lab is suspected of being a source of the COVID-19 outbreak, which has killed millions of people around the world, implying a high-stakes cover-up by communist China with repercussions that are only now becoming clear.
The Daily Mail received and released records on Friday showing that the Department of Defense and other US agencies gave funding to the EcoHealth Alliance organisation.
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“Federal prosecutors say the Pentagon paid $39 million to a nonprofit that financed contentious coronavirus research at a Chinese lab suspected of being the source of Covid-19.
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“The news comes as the charity’s CEO, Dr. Peter Daszak, a British-born scientist, was exposed in an apparent conflict of interest and back-room attempt to debunk lab leak theories.”
The undisclosed funding of EcoHealth Alliance from the US government is reported in the Daily Mail.
The story stated, “A political tempest erupted last year when former President Donald Trump revoked a $3.7 million grant to the organization amid suspicions that Covid-19 was manufactured at, or leaked from, the EHA-funded Wuhan lab,” according to the newspaper.
“However, federal grant data compiled by independent researchers shows that the charity has received more than $123 million from the government – from 2017 to 2020 – and that the Department of Defense is one of its biggest funders, funneling nearly $39 million to the organization since 2013,” it continued.
The amount of money spent on research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology is unknown, according to the study. The following is an example of funding disclosures:
“From 2017 through 2020, the Pentagon awarded $6,491,025 to the Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) for the purpose of ‘understanding the risk of bat-borne zoonotic disease development in Western Asia.’”