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Race-Specific Bioweapons — Flash Traffic

Posted at The Daily Wire: “China Discussed Making Bioweapons To Target ‘Races,’ Covertly Launching Attack With Asymptomatic Spread: Report” By Ryan Saavedra

Race-Specific Bioweapons

From the article: “A new report from an investigative reporter who has been at the forefront of reporting on the origins of the coronavirus pandemic and the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) alleges that China discussed the threat that man-made viruses pose to mankind and how they might be weaponized to target certain groups of people.

“David Asher, a top investigator who led the State Department’s investigation into the origins of the coronavirus pandemic, an investigation that the Biden administration shut down, said that what China wrote in its declaration to the United Nations “essentially laid out a road map of developments in biotechnology pertinent to the biological weapons convention that the Chinese indicated as particularly salient.””

Please read the entire article here.

Editor’s Comment: Many have openly suggested the CCP was specifically developing race-specific bioweapons for some time, and were called racists, xenophobes, and right-wing terrorists… none of which was true, of course, and now the evidence comes out that they were right all along. Again. An example of this may be the degree to which COVID adversely affects people with the Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency gene. Many who have this gene defect may not know they have it, and may not have been tested. It’s hereditary and not uncommon in people of European descent.

Read More from PubMed: Association of alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency with vitamin D status: who is most at risk of getting severe COVID-19?

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