Chairman of Compromised COVID Origins Commission Admits NIH “Acted Badly”

The chairman of the Lancet medical journal’s COVID-19 Commission said that the National Institute of Health acted “with a lack of transparency” regarding the pandemic.

QUICK FACTS:
  • Chairman Jeffrey Sachs of the COVID-19 Commission, one of the scientific groups supporting the “national origins” theory, admitted that the NIH has acted poorly when it comes to exposing the truth of the virus.
  • “There has been a lack of transparency… and there is a lot more to know and that can be known,” Sachs said in an interview with Vanity Fair.
  • The editor of the Lancet medical journal also admitted some of its members had significant conflicts of interest, including Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance.
  • Daszak, who has reportedly co-authored studies funded by China and has led conferences sponsored by the Chinese Communist Party, has been called to testify before congress on the origins of the virus.
CHAIRMAN JEFFREY SACHS ON THE COVID ORIGINS BY THE NIH:

“There has been a lack of transparency…and there is a lot more to know and that can be known.” 

BACKGROUND:
  • Sachs has a long history with the Chinese government, including working closely with groups with ties to Hunter Biden and the chairman has been vocal about his opposition to confronting China.
  • Both Sachs and Daszak have publicly dismissed the idea that the COVID-19 virus originated from a lab leak in Wuhan, according to the Daily Caller.
  • In Dec. 2018, Sachs claimed that the U.S. government was “today’s greatest threat to the international rule of law,” and “global peace.”