(FreedomBeacon.com)- Unearthed studies from the National Institutes of Health’s online database reveal how a number of bodies under the umbrella agency, including the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci, has funded more than 250 different studies by researchers working at facilities and institutions ultimately controlled by the Chinese Communist Party and Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
Remember how it was revealed that Dr. Anthony Fauci appeared to have lied about the National Institutes of Health funding gain-of-function research in China? Well, it looks like this story is about to be blown wide open…because the funding of Chinese experiments goes way, way deeper.
Out of some 265 studies that were identified by reporters, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army General Hospital appears the most often in NIH- funded studies. The hospital is a subsidiary of the Chinese army’s Joint Logistics Support Force of the Central Military Commission.
An informational site, which has since been deleted but which can be found here, describes the military hospital as the “largest comprehensive hospital in the whole army” and describes how it is responsible for overseeing various health and medical care tasks for the leaders of the military.
One study noted by the National Pulse, “Kras-Deficient T Cells Attenuate Graft-versus-Host Disease but Retain Graft-versus-Leukemia Activity,” saw two researchers from the hospital named as authors. The final paper from the report also admits that it received Grant AI079087 from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the National Institutes of Health.
Various other hospitals under control of the People’s Liberation Army also had researchers listed as authors of a number of studies that claim to have received support from the National Institutes of Health.
The details of those reports can be found here.
If this is true, then isn’t it time to sit Dr. Anthony Fauci in front of a Congressional hearing to answer questions about this?