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Just yesterday I compared Dr. Peter Daszak of the EcoHealth Alliance to a Bond villain, illustrating that Daszak has his had tentacles in every defense of the Wuhan Lab or the natural zoonotic mutation event theory. Daszak has been pulling strings from the shadows as the defense has been laid against the lab-leak theory, accounting for the unfolding Chinese cover-up and finger-pointing, looking more credible every day.

On Friday, The Washington Post published an opinion piece by two doctors titled “We may never know where the virus came from. But evidence still suggests nature.”  Before we get to who the two doctors are, let’s first start with the wildly laughable statements made in the article:

“Ironically, given the recent prominence of the lab escape theory, the questions the world wants answered about the virus — and the astonishingly fast development of the vaccines that can quash the pandemic — depend entirely on research conducted in labs like the Wuhan Institute of Virology and across the world over the past several decades.”

They’re right. Ironically, they act like the Wuhan Institute of Virology is the only place on the planet that this type of research is conducted and that research in other places on the planet cannot occur without the research at the Wuhan Lab. There has been no argument from anyone – to date – suggesting that the research conducted by US researchers on US soil should cease. The entirety of the questions raised publicly at this point question why US taxpayer funds are being used to fund what amounts to bioweapons research in a secretive lab thousands of miles away, in China.

The authors also ignore the fact that all of the research and the tens (if not hundreds) of millions of dollars of research conducted at these labs failed to identify this “likely natural” (LOL) mutation and that research did nothing to contribute to the treatment or vaccines for COVID-19.  It was effectively worthless, as previously pointed out here at RedState and by other scientists.

In a May 25, 2020 email to Dr. Ralph Baric and other leading

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