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Father God, thank You for revealing truth about the origins of Covid. We pray for justice to follow these revelations.

For well over a year, IFA intercessors have strategically prayed that hidden truths about the coronavirus would be exposed. We are watching the answers to these prayers. This excerpt connects the dots of how the truth is coming out and gives us direction for how to pray now.

Late Friday the British publication DailyMail reported that the United States Department of Defense provided $39 million in grant funding to “EcoHealth Alliance” as part of the aggregated grant funding received by EcoHealth Alliance to conduct various types of “gain of function” virus research – a type of research in which scientists engineer viruses to make them more transmissible or lethal and which can be used to create bioweapons.

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EcoHealth Alliance used a large amount of its funding to support research projects on the subject at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, led by Chinese “bat virus” expert Dr. Shi Zenglhi — the “Bat Lady.”

While the Daily Mail report is fairly exhaustive, I think it is important to note that RedState, led by my colleague Scott Hounsell, was asking questions about US government funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab back in February.

Further, back on May 11 — three weeks ago — Scott reported on the testy responses by Dr. Fauci to questions posed to him by Sen. Rand Paul about whether or not the US government, through the National Institute of Health (NIH), had provided funding to the Wuhan lab that had been used to conduct “gain of function” research involving viral mutations such as that which is thought to possibly have created the SARS-CoV-2 virus that led to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Fauci adamantly denied that NIH had funded any such research.

NIH is not DOD, so you might wonder why these references are important.

Since that May 11 story, Scott has written another 16 stories on US government grant funding of research taking place at the Wuhan lab, the individuals involved, the efforts to deflect suspicion or blame for the COVID pandemic on any of the work done in Wuhan or any of the individuals involved in conducting the research.

Scott has written many of his stories based on original sources like grant paperwork and other documentation he has obtained through various sources. The DailyMail story today mostly serves to only validate and corroborate much of what Scott has already reported. . . .

EcoHealth Alliance, as Scott reported in great detail in this May 26 story, is run by Dr. Peter Daszak. For nearly a decade Dr. Daszak conducted coronavirus research with the Wuhan Lab and Dr. Zhengli.  Research papers published by the two on coronaviruses identify the grant funding as having come from USAID and PREDICT. But that limited attribution didn’t reveal that the funding distributed through PREDICT had, in part, come from the Defense Department — specifically the DOD “Defense Threat Reduction Agency.” . . .

Dr. Daszak was the driving force behind the letter published in the March 7, 2020 issue of Lancet, one of the leading medical journals in the world, signed by 27 scientists from around the world and declaring the origins of the SARS-CoV-2 virus as natural and not the result of any activity taking place at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

One of the scientists who signed that letter endorsing the view that the virus developed in a zoonotic manner was Dr. Jonna Mazit, Global Director of PREDICT, who ran the program that directed Defense Department research money to EcoHealth Alliance and Dr. Daszak.

The DOD Defense Threat Reduction Agency is charged with developing tactics and strategies to counter weapons of mass destruction — including bioweapons.

Bottom line: The Pentagon was, through USAID, funding research of bioweapons as part of its responsibility to develop defenses to bioweapon attacks — anti-viral treatments and vaccines.  To develop treatments and vaccines for bioweapons, you need to first develop such weapons. . . .

EcoHealth Alliance took funding for research from that USAID, money that came from a United States Department of Defense bioweapons research agency, and spent it doing research on bioweapons with a state-run bioweapons lab in China.

Therefore, the United States military was (possibly unwittingly) funding bioweapons research at a military bioweapons lab in China. For years.

What do you think about the revelations about U.S. funding of research at Wuhan?

(Excerpt from Red State. Photo Credit: Unsplash.)

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  1. The United States military “funding bioweapons research at a military bioweapons lab in China.” What??? I feel sick reading this. Considering our souring relationship with China, this odd arrangement sounds downright treasonous. Why isn’t anybody getting charged for crimes, going back to Hillary Clinton? OK, I’ll calm down.

    We rebuke the spirits of deception and death and loose spirit of truth and healing. Precious Lord, our U.S. dollars have been going to a country that could be/should be classified as an enemy of our country — all to conduct military bioweapons research. Certain individuals directly involved in this have downright lied about this project. If this evil arrangement has not ended, please bring correction to it. Deliver us from the evil that erupted from the Wuhan Lab, as well as the dishonest, partisan posturing taken by the Biden team and everyone else involved. Thank you for your protection over our people.

    Amen! 19
  2. Lord, please confuse the strategy of the demonic realm fueling covid coverups. Make one lie prove another wrong until they kill each other and fall to the ground, in Jesus name. Amen.

    Amen! 25
  3. Just like the article you aired a couple months ago about a Pc antivirus companies who i believe was Also supported by the pentagon created a virus, spread it to a small Medical businessman saying his Records were now hippa compromised then tried to strong arm him into Buying the Expensive software contract, but he fought back and won. Father raise us up a David for this Wuhuan giant who will go all the way and take this giant completely down and cut it’s head off, in Jesus name we ask, declare, and receive snd thank you for it.

    Amen! 45
  4. Heavenly Father, Elohim our creator , forgive us as a nation for any harm we have caused the world and our own nation either by accident or on purpose . You Father are our only hope . Draw us as individuals, as a nation and the entire world to the saving grace of Your Son our Saviour and Lord , Jesus Christ . Send the Holy Spirit to work in our hearts . We need You desperately. Help us Father , forgive us Father , in Jesus name Amen

    Amen! 98

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