Are Covid-19 and U.S. funds linked to Chinese lab? Fact vs. Fiction (PODCAST)

I sort through a confusing array of contradictory reporting to see what the public record really shows, so far, about links between Covid-19 and Wuhan, China lab (Fact or Fiction?); and whether U.S. funding fueled the Chinese lab.

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  1. I would love it if you interviewed Dr Li-Meng Yan on your program, at least before she is disappeared. There are several interviews that she made recently and one of interest is the one on September 25, 2020 with Brian Rose. Go to his website and search for that video interview.

    Dr. Li-Meng Yan is a Chinese Virologist and a whistleblower who claimed in January this year that Coronavirus was created in a laboratory in Wuhan.

    Dr. Yan became an MD after graduating from the Xiangya Medical College and earned a PhD from the Southern Medical University.

    In December 2019, Dr. Yan was requested to investigate a series of pneumonia cases that had risen in the Wuhan district.

    Through her research, Dr. Yan believed that a highly mutated virus was in circulation, ultimately the coronavirus, but was told to stay silent.

    She went on to make this information public, but was forced to flee her homeland of China and take up residency in the United States.

    Dr. Li-Meng Yan has been widely criticized and discredited by both the Chinese government and the World Health Organization, as well as having her social media accounts suspended.

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