The Four Times I Was Called A "Conspiracy Theorist" in 2020
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The First Time I Was Called A Conspiracy Theorist in 2020
The first time that I was branded a “conspiracy theorist” by America’s corrupt corporate media was when I asked President Trump at a White House press conference why Dr. Fauci and the NIH were funding “bat coronavirus research” at the Wuhan Lab for Virology in China.
Talk about stirring the pot. That was April 17th, 2020. This incident began one of the largest orgies of lying ever conducted by the U.S. government — which still continues to this very day.
My question is widely credited with ending US taxpayer funding to the Wuhan Lab — at least temporarily — during the Trump Administration. I had asked President Trump the following question: “The NIH under the Obama administration in 2015 gave that lab [the Wuhan Institute of Virology] $3.7 million in a grant. Why would the U.S. give a grant like that to China?”
"We will end that grant very quickly,” President Trump replied. “It was granted quite awhile ago,” he added. “Who was president then, I wonder?" The grant funding was canceled almost overnight.
My question set off a firestorm in the media. Vanity Fair ran crappy articles about me which stole my reporting without attribution. I was the subject of lame fact-checks by bogus news organizations funded by lunatic anti-Trump oligarchs. The boomer-only TV show 60 Minutes even had their correspondent Scott Pelley attempt to discredit my question in a segment that painted the nefarious “gain of function” researcher Peter Daszak as a hero.
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