High Profile Whistleblower Hit World Health Hard Over Bogus China Investigation

A former Clinton NSC official found employment on the World Health Organization’s [WHO] advisor committee on genetic engineering. I know that sounds sketchy but Jamie Metzel seemed to have turned on his current position to blow a very damning whistle. Metzel’s position at the WHO gave him access to the recent investigation the organization conducted against China and the Wuhan virus.

During an interview with 60 minutes, Metzel was asked to give details about the investigation. What he told host Barbra Walters shocked her:

“I wouldn’t really call what’s happened now an investigation. It’s essentially a highly-chaperoned, highly-curated study tour,” Metzl said. “Everybody around the world is imagining this is some kind of full investigation. It’s not. This group of experts only saw what the Chinese government wanted them to see.”

“We would have to ask the question, ‘Well, why in Wuhan?’ To quote Humphrey Bogart, ‘Of all the gin joints in all the towns in all the world, why Wuhan?’ What Wuhan does have is China’s level four virology institute, with probably the world’s largest collection of bat viruses, including bat coronaviruses,” Metzl continued.

“While they were there they didn’t demand access to the records and samples and key personnel,” Metzl said. “It was agreed first that China would have veto power over who even got to be on the mission. … On top of that, the WHO agreed that in most instances China would do the primary investigation. And then just share its findings with these international experts. So these international experts weren’t allowed to do their own primary investigation.”

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Last April Trump said that the WHO “missed the call” on the novel coronavirus and blamed it for being “China-centric” and “severely mismanaging” the health emergency. The US president is not alone in criticizing the agency’s alleged pro-China bias, with numerous health experts and political observers raising concerns about WHO officials’ deference to Beijing.

He was, of course, accused of being racist even though the issue has absolutely nothing to do with race.

Trump said that the WHO “missed the call” on the novel coronavirus and blamed it for being “China-centric” and “severely mismanaging” the health emergency. The US president is not alone in criticizing the agency’s alleged pro-China bias, with numerous health experts and political observers raising concerns about WHO officials’ deference to Beijing.

All this former Clinton employee did was confirm that truth for the Democrats.

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