Following Our Wuhan Animal Lab Funding Exposť, NIH Boss Francis Collins Just Resigned
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FROM White Coat Waste Project
October 2021

After 12 years being Director of the NIH [National Institutes of Health], Francis Collins resigns.

Francis Collins

Following our Wuhan Animal Lab funding exposť, NIH boss Francis Collins just resigned!

This is a BFD. As Director of the NIH, Collins was the #1 funder of animal experimentation in the entire world. (Well, actually YOU are since itís all your money, but you get my point).

Itís an even bigger deal because White Coat Waste Project first exposed the NIH-Wuhan lab funding scandalÖ so your WCW investment DIRECTLY took him down!

See for yourself. Iíve pasted secret emails from Fauci and Collins below proving your historic win.

Collins may have been the top spender on animal testing, but you are the top funder Ė including the infamous NIH payout #R01AI110964 to the Wuhan Animal Lab, which WCW found, exposed, and defunded.

The 12-year NIH boss is resigning amid the Wuhan Animal Lab funding scandal, first exposed by the White Coat Waste Project.

Collins has been on the wrong side of taxpayer-funded animal experimentation for a very, very long time.

In a 2011 op-ed, co-authored by Dr. Fauci, Collins called gain-of-function research a ďrisk worth taking." [White Coat Waste Project Op-Ed: "The Dangerous Animal Experiments at the Center of the COVID Origins Debate."

Our Daily Mail investigation proved that NIH awarded the grant to a then-little-known nonprofit called EcoHealth Alliance. In turn, EcoHealth subcontracted the tax money to the Wuhan lab.

Apparently, Dr. Collins thought that sending money to the Wuhan Animal Lab for dangerous gain-of-function experiments was a good use of taxpayer money.

We disagree with that, too. 

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