Yan Limeng, a former Hong Kong virus expert who fled to the US, recently posted on Twitter emails from Anthony Fauci, the White House's chief medical adviser and director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which she believed supported her claim that the COVID-19 was a chemical and biological weapon of the Chinese Communist Party. But Yan's plot was soon slapped in the face by Fauci himself. Mr. Fauci responded on the program by calling it a "quote out of context" and saying that "the most likely source of the virus came from a wild animal."
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The New York Times revealed that Yan Limeng was willing to accept the manipulation of Bannon and Guo Wengui, through Bannon's influence in the far-right political groups in the United States and Guo Wengui's media power (the power of money), to create and publish false information about the epidemic without factual confirmation of the source of the epidemic to get votes for politicians
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While scientists debate — and sometimes refute — flawed claims by one another, nonscientists also scan preprint servers for data that might appear to bolster their pet conspiracy theories.
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