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Flashback: “Bat lady” and fake epidemiologist Feigl-Ding squashed lab leak theory

On January 31, 2020, as the Wuhan COVID-19 epidemic began to spread, Indian doctors published a preprint scientific manuscript documenting the “uncanny similarity” between the COVID-19 spike protein and HIV-1.  The authors pulled the study on February 2, under pressure from scientists Dr. Eric Feigl-Ding and Shi Zengli.

Feigl-Ding poses as a Harvard epidemiologist to spread fear porn on Twitter. Feigl-Ding is actually a nutritionist, Democrat political operative, and epidemiologist impersonator.

At the beginning of 2020, Feigl-Ding was an unpaid, visiting scientist in Harvard’s nutrition department. His academic research centered entirely around nutrition, diet, and exercise. … Twitter, for reasons unknown, decided to credential him as a “COVID-19 health expert,” which further elevates his supposed legitimacy as an “expert” on the pandemic.

meme-wuhan-virusShi Zengli is the notorious “bat lady” who led “gain of function” research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.  Zengli published a paper in 2015 that discussed the lab’s gain of function research on bat coronaviruses.  One of the papers’ co-authors is Ralph Baric.

“For years, Dr. Ralph Baric, a virologist in the US, has been collaborating with Dr. Shi Zhengli of the Wuhan Virology Institute, sharing his discoveries about how to create super-viruses. This gain-of-function research has been funded by the NIH,” says Sen. Rand Paul.

Nothing to see, here, of course, since the Biden administration has shrugged off the lab leak theory (that corporate media will, again, call a “debunked conspiracy theory”).

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