Dr. Li-Meng Yan is a Chinese Virologist and a whistleblower who claimed in January 2020 that Coronavirus was created in a laboratory in Wuhan.
Dr. Yan became an MD after graduating from the Xiangya Medical College and earned a PhD from the Southern Medical University.
In December 2019, Dr. Yan was requested to investigate a series of pneumonia cases that had risen in the Wuhan district.
Through her research, Dr. Yan believed that a highly mutated virus was in circulation, ultimately the coronavirus, but was told to stay silent.
She went on to make this information public, but was forced to flee her homeland of China and take up residency in the United States.
Dr. Li-Meng Yan has been widely criticised and discredited by both the Chinese government and the World Health Organisation, as well as having her social media accounts suspended.
В далёком прошлом стресс спасал нам жизнь, помогал убегать от хищников и ловить добычу. Но все изменилось. Теперь стресс не дает нам спать по ночам, заставляя снова и снова думать об ипотеке, ценах на бензин и беспросветной рабочей рутине. Мы тонем в море гормонов, которые изнашивают тело и мозг, и не знаем, как из него выбраться.
Chinese Wuhan Lab Received $3.7 Million From U.S. To Study #Coronavirus in Bats. It also turns out that Dr. Anthony Fauci, the head of the U.S. response may have provided that funding through his department of NIAID.
From the start of the virus outbreak in China, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has not been forthcoming with information about the virus. In the early days of the outbreak, medical professionals who sounded the alarm were reprimanded by police for spreading "rumors."
Initially, the CCP said the virus originated at the Huanan Seafood Market, even though it knew patient zero had no connection with the market. Fearing that it might be held accountable for the worldwide pandemic, the CCP shifted its narrative to suggest that the virus originated in the United States and was brought to China by the U.S. military.