Apparent Coverup by the FBI and CDC of a Threat to National Security

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by Dr. Joseph Mercola, Mercola:

STORY AT-A-GLANCE
  • In December of 2022, a local Code Enforcement Officer discovered the presence of an illegal biolab in Reedley, California. After entering the facility, the officer observed several Chinese nationals working in a warehouse filled with thousands of vials of pathogens and biological substances

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  • While many of the vials were unlabeled, some were labeled in Mandarin, and others were labeled by codes. Only a few of the vials were labeled in English
  • Investigators later concluded the facility contained a minimum of 20 potentially infectious agents including Covid, HIV, Tuberculosis, the “deadliest known form of Malaria,” and Ebola – “one of the deadliest viruses known to humanity”
  • The illegal laboratory housed about 1,000 transgenic mice, genetically modified to catch and carry Covid as well as to simulate the human immune system. Aside from the pathogens stored in the facility, the mice, which were kept in filthy, overcrowded, and inhumane conditions, presented a potential biohazard

A recent investigation conducted by the House Select Committee on the CCP uncovered new details about a secret Chinese biolab containing dangerous pathogens that operated in Reedley, California.

Disturbing new details exposed by this investigation include: the ability of the lab operator – who was a wanted fugitive – to acquire dangerous pathogens without raising suspicions, the lab’s connections to the Chinese government, as well as an apparent coverup of this threat to national security by the FBI and CDC.

Dangerous Pathogens in Secret California-Based Chinese Biolab

In December of 2022, a local Code Enforcement Officer discovered the presence of an illegal biolab in Reedley, California. After entering the facility, the officer observed several Chinese nationals working in a warehouse filled with thousands of vials of pathogens and biological substances.

While many of the vials were unlabeled, some were labeled in Mandarin, and others were labeled by codes. Only a few of the vials were labeled in English.

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Source: “Investigation into the Reedley Biolab,” House Select Committee on the CCP, November 15, 2023.

Investigators later concluded the facility contained a minimum of 20 potentially infectious agents including Covid, HIV, Tuberculosis, the “deadliest known form of Malaria,” and Ebola – “one of the deadliest viruses known to humanity.”

According to the CDC, only Biosafety Level 4 (BSL-4) facilities with “the highest level of biological safety,” are authorized to handle Ebola. The House Select Committee report noted, “it is unclear how any non-BSL-4 facility, let alone the Reedley Biolab, would potentially be able to acquire this deadly pathogen in the first place.”

The assessments of the pathogens held in this facility were based entirely upon the container labels, as their contents were never tested by the CDC, despite the likelihood that the unmarked and coded vials contained additional dangerous pathogens. Since officials were unable to decipher the coded labels and none of the samples were tested, the full extent of the dangerous pathogens kept in this secret lab is unknown to this day.

Additionally, the illegal laboratory housed about 1,000 transgenic mice, genetically modified to catch and carry Covid as well as to simulate the human immune system. Aside from the pathogens stored in the facility, the mice, which were kept in filthy, overcrowded, and inhumane conditions, presented a potential biohazard.

transgenic mice

Source: “Investigation into the Reedley Biolab,” House Select Committee on the CCP, November 15, 2023.

While the Reedley lab claimed they manufactured diagnostic test kits, investigators found evidence that the co-conspirators of this operation were, instead, buying fake Chinese test kits and fraudulently re-selling them to Americans with “Made in the USA” labels.

Contrary to Reedley lab’s claims, House investigators asserted that the Reedley lab contained pathogens, equipment and mice “that had no clear purpose” in the “fraudulent sale of fake test kits,” adding that “there is little to no market for test kits that would test the majority of the pathogens that the Reedley Biolab appeared to contain.”

The House Select report went on to state that “the apparent presence of Ebola samples at the Reedley Biolab is the clearest example of the lack of apparent legitimate (or even profit-motivated criminal) motive in the operation of the illegal facility. The need for Ebola tests is minimal and the potential market is extremely small.”

In other words, the Select Committee report implied, this illegal Chinese biolab operating inside the U.S. may have had other motives for storing containers of dangerous pathogens.

China-Backed Biolab Operated by Wanted Fugitive Who Hated America and Entered US Illegally

The laboratory was operated by a Chinese citizen, Jiabei “Jesse” Zhu, who entered America illegally under the false identity of “David He,” as a wanted fugitive from Canada. The fugitive, who faced a $330 million judgement, was charged with the theft of intellectual property from American corporations as part of a transnational criminal organization with connections to the People’s Republic of China.

While Zhu maintained deep ties to several Chinese government linked companies, he set up dozens of companies in Canada, China and elsewhere that engaged in the theft of intellectual property related to biological engineering techniques in the American cattle industry. Zhu served as the General Manager and Chairman of the Board of a Chinese cattle company, whose directors included an executive for a company on the U.S. Entity List and a Chinese defense firm.

According to court records related to the intellectual property theft case, Zhu made several alarming statements regarding “American imperialism.” In one instance, Zhu remarked that “the law is strong, but the outlaws are ten times stronger.” Additionally, Zhu claimed that his criminal activity helped to “defeat the American aggressor and wild ambitious wolf!”

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Source: “Investigation into the Reedley Biolab,” House Select Committee on the CCP, November 15, 2023.

An accountant implicated in Zhu’s criminal enterprise, who helped the fugitive set up several companies in the U.S. after fleeing Canada, worked for organizations linked to CCP leadership, including groups that openly advocate for Chinese control over Taiwan, one of which is directly connected to a Chinese national from Nevada who is charged with a deadly shooting at a Taiwanese church in California last year.

Despite the facts that Zhu was a wanted criminal with ties to the Chinese government and radicalized groups who was living illegally in the U.S. and operating an unregistered laboratory, he and his co-conspirators were able to acquire dangerous pathogens from accredited American laboratories without raising suspicions.

The secret lab received “over $2 million of unexplained wire transfers from China,” in financial support for their operation, along with a $360,000 tax credit from Gavin Newsom’s Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development.

Weeks ago, California Governor Newsom highlighted his close relationship with Chinese President Xi at a high-level meeting in Beijing. The pair met again in San Francisco on November 14, 2023, the day before the House Select Committee report on the Chinese biolab was released.

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