It has been revealed that shamed World Health Organization (WHO) investigator Peter Daszak actively colluded with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to author more than 25 “research” studies that paint the tyrannical regime in a positive light, including with regards to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
Daszak is a bought-and-paid-for CCP shill, it turns out, who has published all sorts of junk science papers over the years at the behest of his communist handlers. As long as the CCP was willing to foot the bill, Daszak was more than happy to publish whatever the regime told him to publish.
Daszak is also a financial contributor to the Democrat Party, having given donations to both Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton. The former, our nation’s alleged “president,” is another CCP asset and traitor who serves Chinese interests at the expense of American interests – hence why he has earned for himself nicknames like China Joe and Joe Xiden.
Numerous studies authored or co-authored by Daszak deal with mammal viromes, cross-species transmission of bat coronaviruses, and RNA viromes – you know, the types of things that, due to being tampered with by Chinese scientists, have plunged the world into a locked-down, mask-wearing hell.
These papers of Daszak’s were funded by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, two entities that are control and funded by the CCP. The former actually describes itself as the “linchpin of China’s drive to explore and harness high technology and the natural sciences for the benefit of China and the world.”
Another study authored by Daszak, entitled “Fatal swine acute diarrhoea syndrome caused by an HKU2-related coronavirus of bat origin,” was funded by the National Key Research and Development Program of China, which reportedly functions within the CCP’s five-year plan.
The CCP’s State Key Research Program and Ministry of Science and Technology also funded another series of studies by Daszak that focus on the ACE2 receptor in SARS-like coronavirus, panda parasites, Filoviruses, and the Fugong virus.
Daszak, as we earlier reported also heads up an organization known as the EcoHealth Alliance that aggressively pushed the lie that the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) came from bats rather than from a Chinese laboratory.