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Peter Daszak Posted Videos Of 2.5 Million Bats From Thailand Cave

By FactsWow Team

Posted on: 13 Dec, 2022

Virologist Dr. Peter Daszak 

Virologist Dr. Peter Daszak has become famous for posting videos of himself and the research team discovering 2.5 million bats from a Thailand-based cave. 

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RadarOnline.com discovered Brazen postings

RadarOnline.com has explored his bold postings online and flashed fury after a claim exposed by Vanity Fair that his EcoHealth Alliance, a charity, is offering funding to the Wuhan Institute for doing Gain-of-function research.

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Negligent release of SARS-Cov-2

The Wuhan lab has blamed the negligent release of the SARS-Cov-2 in late 2019, which is turning out to be the worst global epidemic in the last 100 years. There arises ‘the risk of novel viral emergence’ in the most recent hotspots. 

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Daszak posted a statement on December, 9 

Daszak posted on December 9, showing two people who wore hazmat suits at the location, ‘In the heart of bat cave, booming noise as bats move around. It is the beauty of nature and seems like a ‘reactor cave’ in the colony for viral emergence.’

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Full protective gear handling Bats 

Other of his tweets showed the clad in full protective gear who handle the bats and feed them before releasing a few. The virologist and the team members tried to make silence fears that grew from Covid-19 and helped in funding, recommending that it was not artificial.

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Stand together against the Virus

Daszak continued, ‘We stand together to condemn collusion theories that Covid-19 doesn’t have a natural origin. These theories do nothing but spread rumors, prejudice, and fear that jeopardize global collaboration in a battle against viruses. 

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President Biden Led the Response to Covid-19 

Daszak scattered a message from Twitter of CEO Elon Musk, who aimed at the chief medical advisor, Anthony Fauci, to President Biden in leading the response to the Covid-19 epidemic. 

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