Letter: ‘US Enabled China’s Coronavirus Mishap’ (Worthy News Investigation)
By Stefan J. Bos, Chief International Correspondent Worthy News
WASHINGTON (Worthy News) – The U.S. government aided China in sparking the coronavirus pandemic by supporting the notorious Wuhan Institute of Virology and then tried to cover it up, according to a suppressed whistleblower letter obtained by Worthy News.
The allegations are made by Dr. Andrew G. Huff, a former executive of the EcoHealth Alliance, which received millions of dollars in U.S. taxpayers funding to manipulate coronaviruses, including in China genetically.
Huff’s February 8 letter to the U.S. Senate Whistleblower Committee noted “numerous unethical and criminal behaviors” while vice president of Data and Technology at the EcoHealth Alliance.
Huff explained that “the EcoHealth Alliance and foreign laboratories did not have the adequate control measures in place for ensuring proper biosafety, biosecurity, and risk management.”
These shortcomings were “ultimately resulting in the lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology” that allegedly caused the COVID-19 pandemic, he added. Millions of deaths, mainly among older adults with underlying health conditions, were linked to the outbreak globally.
Before the Wuhan laboratory incident, Huff said executives discussed the “gain-of-function” work and research in China, even in grant proposals, while he openly opposed it.
He was worried about “training the [ruling Chinese Communist Party] CCP in bioweapons and intellectual property theft.”
Huff claimed his concerns were dismissed in “executive leadership meetings” attended by alleged double agent Dr . Peter Daszak and others.
Daszak, president of the New York-based EcoHealth Alliance, “disclosed to me in late 2015 and early 2016 that he was working with the CIA,” Huff wrote.
However, Daszak “could be a double agent working on behalf of the Chinese government. [That’s] based on my observations of his behavior and the nature of statements related to working with the Chinese,” Huff claimed.
Daszak allegedly “did not see risks, concerns, or other obvious problems related to conducting gain of function work or other high-risk laboratory work in China.” Huff called it “completely absurd given what a CEO’s duties and responsibilities are to the board of directors, the company, and its employees.”
Daszak reportedly opposed the public release of COVID-19-related virus sequence data gathered from China as part of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) PREDICT program.
Separately, White House health advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci was also linked to funding the gain-of-function research in China, Huff added.
Fauci admitted last year that the National Institutes of Health earmarked $600,000 for the Wuhan Institute of Virology over five years to study whether bat coronaviruses could be transmitted to humans.
Huff’s letter, addressed to Senator Roger F. Wicker (R-Mississippi), the Ranking Member of the Whistleblower Committee for the U.S. Senate, also mentions fraudulent wrongdoing.
Huff stressed that the EcoHealth Alliance “engaged in fraud against the U.S. government” such as “Timecard Fraud” when employers are paid for hours they did not work. He also discovered “contract reimbursement fraud.”
Huff said he shared his findings with Daszak and “Dr. Aleksei Chamura, and CFO Harvey Kasdan” without desired results. “After raising these issues at the meeting, Harvey Kasdan went home from work, had a heart attack, and died.”
Daszak has denied wrongdoing.
Last year 27 scientists — including Daszak, who trained as a zoologist — signed a statement that expressed “solidarity with all scientists and health professionals in China.”
“We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin,” they added.
“Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumors, and prejudice that jeopardize our global collaboration in the fight against this virus.”
Huff isn’t convinced.
He tried to approach numerous government agencies, including the CIA and USAID, armed with a trophy of documents, his letter showed, but apparently without success.
Huff stressed he now looks forward “to testifying under oath to these unfortunate factual statements” at a Senate hearing.
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