Chinese Scientist Caught Doing The Unthinkable

The “bat-woman” virologist at the heart of the Wuhan breach is believed to have collaborated with a Chinese scientist expelled from a Canadian facility for shipping live Ebola to China.

Canadian intelligence agencies charged Dr. Xiangguo Qiu with surreptitiously transferring information to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) without approval.

Qiu’s collaboration with individuals thought to be pivotal in the genesis of COVID-19 from a Chinese laboratory doing experiments on animal viruses has recently surfaced.

Doctors Qiu and her husband, Keding Cheng, were dismissed from their positions at the Canadian National Microbiology Lab in January 2021 for transmitting potentially fatal viral samples to China.

Hundreds of documents were made public to the Canadian House of Commons after the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) investigation. The report found the pair utilized the facility to help China fight against dangerous diseases.

According to CSIS, Dr. Qiu poses a danger to the Canadian government.

Dr. Qiu was involved in the infamous ‘gain of function’ trials on animals. At WIV, Dr. Zhengli (bat woman) oversaw bat research.  She refutes allegations that her work leaked the COVID-19 virus.

According to the CSIS, an unnamed Chinese virologist at WIV oversaw the project’s design and was also engaged in the “Gain of Function experiments” conducted with American researchers in 2015.

Some researchers felt the US NIH’s study was flawed since it introduced an artificial danger without any clear benefits, as pointed out by the CSIS. In 2015, researchers from China and the US, including Ralph Baric, found indications that a cluster of bat coronaviruses similar to SARS might arise in humans.

Baric, Dr. Qiu, Dr. Zhengli, and a British doctor named Peter Daszak—whose foundation supported WIV research—are all shown in a picture from a conference that WIV conducted in October 2018.

Daszak, the head of EcoHealth Alliance,  has been the target of congressional inquiries over the use of federal funds transferred to the Wuhan lab and the results obtained there.  The WIV was absolved of responsibility for the COVID-19 pandemic when Daszak allegedly threatened other scientists into agreeing to it.

In February 2020, US former Chief Medical Advisor Anthony Fauci discussed the possibility of the Covid pandemic originating from the Wuhan Lab, funded by Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance. He and others published a letter in The Lancet condemning ‘conspiracy theories’ suggesting COVID-19’s natural origin. This letter was used to suppress and censor the Chinese lab leak theory for over a year.