Where Have All the Whistleblowers Gone?


PREMO Member
In 2014, the National Institutes of Health banned dangerous “gain of function research,” which according to the NIH’s Office of Science Policy can “enhance the pathogenicity or transmissibility of potential pandemic pathogens (PPPs)” and raise “biosafety and biosecurity concerns.” National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) boss Anthony Fauci MD, funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in Communist China, where gain of function research could be conducted in secret.

A qualified whistleblower, perhaps with a PhD in molecular biology, would understand that nothing good could emerge from gain of function research in a Communist lab. The whistleblower could monitor all communications between Fauci’s NIAID and the WIV. After all, if a CIA agent can eavesdrop on the president of the United States, a public health bureaucrat should not be off limits.

The CDC’s vaunted Epidemic Intelligence Service, tasked with preventing dangerous viruses from arriving on American soil, failed to do so in the case of the virus that causes COVID-19. An honest whistleblower could help explain that failure to the people. Whistleblowers could also have been alert for false positive tests, fake death reports, and fraud in the billions of dollars spent on COVID relief. A whistleblower might have alerted authorities before politicians like Andrew Cuomo forced elderly patients into nursing homes.

That would have saved many lives, but few if any whistleblowers acted in time. Embattled Americans might wonder what could account for such lethargy and negligence. In a regime of white coat supremacy strict conformity is doubtless expected. On the other hand, potential whistleblowers cannot discount darker possibilities.