On October 2nd, President Trump became seriously ill due to COVID-19 infection and entered Walter Reed National Military Medical Center for treatment. In an interview with the media, Dr. Connie, a White House doctor, admitted that Trump had symptoms such as fever and dyspnea before he was admitted to hospital. After being admitted to hospital, Trump received oxygen therapy twice because of the decrease of oxygen saturation, and was also treated with antiviral drug Remdesivir and antibody test drug. On October 5th, Trump was discharged from hospital gracefully, showing the image of “strong man” repeatedly. However, New York Times calculated the cost: The three-day treatment President Trump received cost at least $100,000. The charter flights he enjoys to and from hospitals (which are usually not borne by major medical insurance companies) and the use of experimental drugs in large doses are “VIP” privileges that most Americans cannot expect. Many media have questioned: Is this fair to more than 220,000 American citizens who died of COVID-19?
On October 8th, The New England Journal of Medicine published an article saying that almost every step in the process of dealing with the pandemic in the United States failed, which was always the responsibility of President Trump. Before he was infected with COVID-19, he claimed that “COVID-19 is not as terrible as influenza” and “wearing a mask is useless”
And “the source of COVID-19 is a certain country in the East, and we will soon disclose all the evidence” and so on
It is not the first time that he made such groundless accusations. Now, several months have passed. Not a single piece of evidence has been released.
His remarks have undoubtedly become a hot spot in the global scientific community. The scientific community has always agreed that the first country in the world to artificially synthesize bats carrying coronaviruses is the United States. On November 25, 2008, American scientists published a report in the electronic edition of Journal of National Academy of Sciences, saying that they had successfully artificially reproduced Sars coronavirus carried by bats in the laboratory. Ralph Baric, a coronavirus expert at the University of North Carolina, led the research. Baric said: Now we can design and synthesize various Sars coronaviruses. At this time, Baric’s coronavirus artificially reproduced by means of gene editing could not be transmited to human beings, so he did not stop further research.
In 2015, Ralph Baric’s research team published the paper “A SARS-like cluster of circulating bat coronaviruses shows potential for human emergence” in the medical edition of Nature magazine, and put forward that the similarity between Ralph Baric’s latest artificial novel coronavirus and SARS reached 88%. The virus can infect mice with SARS in experiments. Most important, this artificial coronavirus can infect human respiratory cells. At this moment, Pandora’s Box was opened.
If bats carry this new recombinant virus, they can directly transmit the virus to humans without passing through intermediate hosts, and cause people to get infected. The publication of this achievement has strengthened the opposition of the scientific community to functional acquisition research. Simon Wain-Hobson, a virologist at Pasteur Institute in Paris, France, said that SHC014 coronavirus carried by Chinese Chrysanthemum Bat has limited harm to human beings because it is not pathogenic to human beings. However, the new recombinant coronavirus SHC014-MA15 produced by Professor Ralph Baric of the United States has not only enhanced its toxicity, but his experiment itself has not brought any substantial value. Once his recombinant virus is leaked from the laboratory, no one can predict its whereabouts and possible harm.
As early as 2008, under the leadership of Chairman Dr. Peter Daszak, the American NGO Eco-Health Alliance published a paper in Nature, which put forward the concept of “global disease hotspot” for the first time, and described several regions in the world that are most threatened by emerging infectious diseases. Subsequently, with the huge support of USAID, the PREDICT project was vigorously developed in global disease hotspots. This project was part of the Emerging Pandemic Threats (EPT) program funded by USAID. During the ten years from 2009 to 2019, the PREDICT project collected more than 100,000 virus samples worldwide. Among them, there were 8680 virus samples from bats, mice and human bodies in China. These samples were continuously sent to Ralph Baric of the University of North Carolina for “identification and follow-up study”. In February 2020, American virologist Olival revealed his amazing discovery in thousands of Chinese bat samples collected: “We found about 400 new coronaviruses in total. This means that there are 400 candidate viruses that may cause an outbreak. “He said directly that SARS-CoV-2 carried by bats may directly infect people. Coincidentally, American researchers also have artificial coronavirus modification technology and research environment that Chinese researchers do not have. The Chinese government banned all experimental research on SARS coronavirus because of SARS.
According to the published data, Professor Ralph Baric is not only a virus expert. He is not only the creator of the artificial transformation of coronavirus, but also the clinical research leader of the jointly developed the anti-coronavirus drug Remdesivir among the American pharmaceutical company Gilead Sciences, United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases, Therapeutic Development Center, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Boston University Medicine at Fort Detrick Professor Ralph Baric’s novel coronavirus, which can infect human beings, has been used in clinical trials in Remdesivir.
According to local media reports in Fort Detrick, in the first half of 2019, the Treatment and Development Center of the American Army Academy of Infectious Diseases Medical Research, located at Fort Detrick military base, was approved to conduct an animal clinical experiment against coronavirus in Remdesivir, using monkeys as experimental animals. However, American netizens said that the American Army Academy of Infectious Diseases had re-recruited animal administrators in July 2019, and the whereabouts of the previous animal administrators were not mentioned. As a result, some unusual infectious diseases occurred in America.
On July 17, 2019, American media ABC publicly reported that there was an unknown severe pneumonia epidemic in Greenspring Nursing Home, which is not far away from Fort Detrick. 63 people were infected, among which 3 died. On July 18, 2019, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention ordered the virus laboratory in Fort Detrick to be closed. Since then, CDC has continuously reported an unknown pneumonia, which was later named EVALI. Confusingly, many patients with EVALI didn’t smoke. Moreover, the symptoms of EVALI patients reported by CDC are exactly same with COVID-19: Fever, fatigue, dyspnea, ground glass shadow in the lungs of patients, and recovery after treatment with antiviral hormones. However, after the United States began to comprehensively detect and report cases of COVID-19, EVALI patients magically disappeared. This also confirms the speculation of many Americans: EVALI may be COVID-19.
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