Journalist Sam Husseini confronted a U.S. State Department spokesperson about the U.S. government funding dangerous coronavirus research through USAID.

“How much money went from USAID to this, to the work at Wuhan, and to their collaborator Ralph Baric at the University of North Carolina?” Husseini asked State Department spokesman Matt Miller.

“To collect and make coronaviruses that are weaponized and more deadly,” Husseini added.

Miller appeared nervous and refused to answer Husseini’s question.

He quickly diverted to take questions from others.

“I, first of all, reject the implicit accusation in that question and I do not have at my fingertips the particular details,” Miller said.

“Are you saying for certain that no USAID money went to the Wuhan Institute of Virology?” Husseini asked.

Miller refused to provide further details and moved to call for other questions.

“Please tell me what are you denying. What is your denial? It’s a non-denial denial,” Husseini said.

“State Dept refuses to address how much USAID money went to Wuhan Institute of Virology and collaborator Ralph Baric, who developed techniques for weaponizing viruses,” Husseini wrote.


Democrat presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. said in an interview with Tucker Carlson that the USAID is the “biggest single funder” of developing microbes used to kill people.

(VIDEO) 36,000 ‘Death Scientists’ Developing Deadly Microbes in United States, RFK Jr. Tells Tucker Carlson

From our prior report:

“The guys that were involved in this, there’s 36,000 what are called ‘life scientists’ but they’re actually death scientists, who are now employed full time in developing microbes that could be used to kill people,” RFK Jr. said.

RFK Jr. said Fauci put labs all over the country and three microbes escaped in 2014.

He also noted there are many secret labs in the United States that people don’t know about.


The public learned about the escaped microbes and Congress held hearings.

“300 scientists wrote to President Obama and said ‘you’ve gotta shut down Anthony Fauci, because he is going to create a microbe that will cause a global pandemic.’ And so Obama signed a moratorium and shut down the 18 worst of Anthony Fauci’s experiments, where most of them were taking place in Galveston and North Carolina by a scientist called Ralph Baric,” RFK Jr. explained.

“Instead of obeying that law, Anthony Fauci shifted lots of his operations offshore. And those operations ended up mostly in the Wuhan Lab, which is a military lab…and a lot of them went to the Ukraine.”

“The other government agencies began to get confidence in their ability to get away with it and most of it is being funded by the Department of Defense,” RFK Jr. said.

“The biggest single funder is USAID, which is a CIA cut-out.”

The heated exchange follows a “highly credible” CIA whistleblower claiming the agency offered financial incentives to analysts to change their view on the COVID-19 origins.

“Highly Credible” CIA Whistleblower Claims Agency Bribed Analysts to Change COVID-19 Origin Findings

“According to the whistleblower, the Agency assigned seven officers to a COVID Discover Team (Team). The Team consisted of multi-disciplinary and experienced officers with significant scientific expertise. According to the whistleblower, at the end of its review, six of the seven members of the Team believed the intelligence and science were sufficient to make a low confidence assessment that COVID-19 originated from a laboratory in Wuhan, China,” the committee wrote in a letter to CIA Director William J. Burns.

“The whistleblower further contends that to come to the eventual public determination of uncertainty, the other six members were given a significant monetary incentive to change their position.”

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