"The criminals who made us sick with laboratory-made [Wuhan coronavirus] COVID-19 were never arrested, so they're back at it," Shroyer said during an episode of "The War Room" on InfoWars.
EHA is the group responsible for gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China. Led by Peter Daszak, EHA's research alongside the Wuhan Institute of Virology gave rise to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gain-of-function research genetically alters an organism in a way that may enhance the biological functions of gene products.
Renowned writer Alex Berenson posted on Twitter: "This must be a joke. Please tell me this is a joke. @nih just gave @EcoHealthNYC and Peter Daszak a NEW grant for bat coronavirus research? Including supplying viral sequences and isolates for use in vaccine development? Nope. Not a joke. The joke, apparently, is on us."
Berenson further cited the actual grant published on the NIH website.
Shroyer referred to Dr. Francis Boyle's recent guesting on the "Alex Jones Show" in connection with this news. Boyle, an international law professor, exposed President Joe Biden and his tyrannical administration when he issued an executive order, which violates the biological weapon guardrail legislation that he drafted in 1989 by green-lighting the development of an "offensive biological warfare weapon" and a vaccine for it.
"They admit that they will be engaging in the development of offensive biological warfare weapons involving potentially pandemic pathogens like COVID-19 was," Boyle said.
Shroyer said fortune favors the bold. "They're bold and going for full eugenics, full population control on this planet." (Related: Keep the Republic: EcoHealth whistleblower has evidence to prove coronavirus was created in Wuhan lab, says Thomas Renz – Brighteon.TV.)
The $653,392 grant titled "Analyzing the potential for future bat coronavirus emergence in Myanmar, Laos and Vietnam" was awarded on September 21. It went through despite an open congressional investigation into EHA, which has two other ongoing NIH grants and a third in negotiation. EHA has already lost a previous sub-award because they refused to turn over essential records required in an investigation of the COVID-19 origins.
"NIH has requested on two occasions that EHA provide NIH the laboratory notebooks and original electronic files from the research conducted at WIV. To date, WIV has not provided these records," the NIH wrote to the committee back in August. "Today, NIH has informed EHA that since WIV is unable to fulfill its duties for the sub-award under grant R01AI110964, the WIV sub-award is terminated for failure to meet award terms and conditions requiring the provision of records to NIH upon request."
Richard Ebright, a molecular biologist with the Waksman Institute at Rutgers University, is bothered that additional funding continues to be awarded for the same high-risk research "that may have caused the current pandemic before there has been a national investigation of the origin of the current pandemic."
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