A company co-founded by Joe Biden’s crackhead son Hunter has financial ties to the notorious Wuhan Institute of Virology as well as Peter Daszak’s controversial nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance (EHA).
Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners (RSTP), the investment firm Hunter co-founded with Senator John Kerry’s stepson Christopher Heinz in 2009, was the center of a massive scandal last year after it was revealed the wife of the former mayor of Moscow mysteriously wired $3.5 million to the firm.
Now, Natalie Winters of The National Pulse has discovered Hunter Biden’s RSTP funded a San Francisco-based company called Metabiota, which specializes in detecting, tracking, and analyzing potential disease outbreaks.
A June 2015 financial report shows RSTP gave Metabiota $30 million to help “protect the world from the spread of epidemics.”
RSTP co-founder Neil Callahan, a close colleague of Hunter Biden, also sits on the Metabiota Board of Advisors.
One year before RSTP began funding Metabiota, the disease tracking company partnered with EcoHealth Alliance under the USAID’s Predict Project.
In 2014, Metabiota, EHA and the Wuhan Institute of Virology were all named as researchers studying infectious diseases deriving from Chinese bats.
Shi Zhengli, a scientist known as the “Wuhan Bat Lady” who some say is responsible for covering up COVID’s leak from the Wuhan lab, is also named in the research paper.
“Sensitive and broadly reactive RT-PCR assays were performed at Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,” the paper explains.
EHA is the group Dr. Anthony Fauci used to funnel money to the Wuhan lab after the Obama administration put a halt to dangerous gain-of-function research.
Now, thanks to Joe Biden, the USAID has once again sought the help of EcoHealth Alliance and Metabiota for a taxpayer-funded investigation into the next pandemic.
For those wondering why the lab leak theory and Hunter Biden’s ties to the Wuhan lab are being covered up by the media, it could be the fact that Google has been funding EcoHealth Alliance for over a decade.
Follow the money trail.