Whistleblower alleges CIA interference in COVID-19 origins analysis

TCS Wire

September 12, 2023

A whistleblower within the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has alleged that the agency offered substantial financial incentives to influence the conclusions of six analysts tasked with investigating the origin of COVID-19. 

Whistleblower alleges CIA interference in COVID-19 origins analysis

A Tuesday press release from the US Committee on Oversight and Accountability states that the whistleblower is a credible and senior-level CIA officer.

Of the seven members on the CIA team dedicated to scrutinizing the origins of COVID-19, six initially determined that the virus likely originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China. However, it is alleged that the CIA bribed these analysts with a “significant financial incentive” to revise their findings in favour of a zoonotic origin of the virus.

In response to the allegations, Chairman Brad Wenstrup and Chairman Mike Turner have demanded the immediate release of all documents and communications pertaining to the CIA’s review of COVID-19 origins. 

Additionally, they have requested the voluntary participation of former CIA COO Andrew Makridis in a transcribed interview scheduled for September 26, 2023.

Wenstrup and Turner wrote to CIA director William J. Burns, stating that “House Rule XI clause 2(m)(1)(B) grants Committees of the House of Representatives with the authority ‘to require, by subpoena or otherwise, the attendance and testimony of such witnesses and the production of such books, records, correspondence, memoranda, papers, and documents as it considers necessary.’”

They added, “Should the required information not be produced in an expeditious and satisfactory manner, you should expect the Committee, or Committees, to use its additional tools and authorities to satisfy our legislative and oversight requirements.” 

Fauci lied 

As reported in March, Dr. Anthony Fauci commissioned or prompted the 2020 scientific “study” that was used to disprove the Wuhan Flu lab leak theory.

“The authors of this paper skewed available evidence to achieve that goal, and Dr. Jeremy Farrar went uncredited despite significant involvement,” House Republicans subcommittee members said in a memo.

Dr. Farrar is the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Chief Scientist, whose authorship was left off the paper.

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