According to Newsmax, the Chinese whistleblower said the content of more than 3,000 emails leaked from Dr. Fauci had verified her accusations over the malicious involvement of the Chinese Regime from which she fled.
Virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan, who sought refuge in the United States, was among the first to dismiss the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) narrative that the coronavirus evolved from the natural environment and started infecting humans at a wild animal trade wet market in Wuhan.
“Frankly, there is a lot of useful information there,” Dr. Yan said of the thousands of leaked emails from Fauci that the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) was able to extract and that Washington Post published on Tuesday, June 1.
“They verify my words from the beginning,” Yan said, referencing that Fauci already knew of the lab leak possibility but decided to side with the CCP and deliberately cover the information from the public.
Citing one of the emails, the virologist alleged that Fauci’s acknowledgment in the gain-of-function research inside the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) dates back to Feb. 1, 2020, to the rampaging CCP Virus (COVID-19) disease.
“He knows all these things,” she said. “Dr. Fauci even back to 1st of February last year. Immediately realized that there would be gain-of-function experiment involved in the COVID-19 virus.”
From Yan’s viewpoint, the emails demonstrate that the outburst of the airborne disease last year alarmed Fauci as it reminded him of the experiments being carried out at the WIV facility that was the first place to record coronavirus infection in humans.
So far, Yan has published three reports that discuss the real source of the coronavirus. Her most recent paper on March 31 claimed that the virus was an engineered “bioweapon” endorsed by the Chinese Communist Party.
Asserting that the insidious program was a collective project that involves international collabaration, she said that “the causative agent of COVID-19, is not a naturally occurring pathogen but an Unrestricted Bioweapon.”
This Thursday on June 3, Vanity Fair quoted from Thomas DiNanno, the former acting assistant secretary of the State Department’s Bureau of Arms Control, Verification, and Compliance, that the State Department last year warded off officials who wanted to untangle the lab-leak accusations, saying the investigation might “open a can of worms,” since the U.S. funding on WIV could be a highly sensitive subject.
This could explain why, then President Trump last year, said he could not review the “evidence” of his “Chinese virus” allegations, despite confidently asserting that the disease was a product of human manipulation.