In a stunning revelation, it has come to light that a new taxpayer-funded laboratory is being constructed in Colorado to conduct experiments on bats imported from around the world, focusing on dangerous diseases. The multi-million-dollar project is a collaboration involving Dr. Anthony Fauci’s former department at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Colorado State University (CSU), and EcoHealth Alliance (EHA), a research group at the center of the Covid lab leak theory. The proposed 14,000-square-foot facility aims to store and study highly transmissible pathogens, including Ebola, Nipah virus, and Covid-19.
While researchers argue that the lab will enhance America’s ability to study the role of bats in disease transmission and investigate emerging zoonotic pathogens, concerns have been raised by Republican Senators. The senators, still seeking answers about the origins of Covid, fear that the facility, scheduled to open in 2025, could potentially trigger a pandemic on U.S. soil. The timing of this project raises eyebrows, given the global experiences with lockdowns, vaccination mandates, and uncertainties surrounding post-vaccine deaths.
Of particular interest is the involvement of Peter Daszak, associated with EcoHealth Alliance, in the project. Daszak, known as Anthony Fauci’s point-man, played a key role in channeling funds to a Chinese lab, possibly the source of COVID-19, after the official NIH funding for gain-of-function research was banned in the United States in 2014. The controversial nature of this collaboration adds fuel to the already heated discussions surrounding the lab leak theory and the handling of the pandemic.
Adding to the complexity, the recent outbreak of the Nipah virus in India has led to renewed lockdowns, providing a potential justification for the Public Health™ bureaucrats to reinforce their grip on power. Notably, the NIH is concurrently developing a Nipah “vaccine,” seemingly timed conveniently for a new viral outbreak. This revelation raises concerns among conservatives about the transparency and accountability of such projects, especially when linked to contentious figures like Dr. Fauci and organizations embroiled in the Covid lab leak theory.