As reported by the National Pulse’s Natalie Winters, RSTP listed Hunter Biden as Managing Director. RSTP invested in Metabiota, as archived documents show. Metabiota was part of a pandemic-tracking consortum that included EcoHealth Alliance, run by the recently discredited Dr. Peter Daszak, who is an ally of NIAID’s Dr. Anthony Fauci.
“Financial reports reveal that RSTP led the company’s first round of funding, which amounted to $30 million,” Winters reports. “Former Managing Director and co-founder of RSTP Neil Callahan – a name that appears many times on Hunter Biden’s hard drive – also sits on Metabiota’s Board of Advisors.”
“Since 2014, Metabiota has been a partner of EcoHealth Alliance as part of the U.S. Agency for International Development’s (USAID) ‘PREDICT’ project, which seeks to ‘predict and prevent global emerging disease threats’,” the Pulse’s report continued.
“As part of this effort, researchers from Metabiota, EcoHealth Alliance, and the Wuhan Institute of Virology collaborated on a study relating to bat infectious diseases in China,” Winters adds. “Sensitive and broadly reactive RT-PCR assays were performed at Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences,” the paper notes.
There are also ties to the U.S. federal government through the Pentagon and the Department of Health and Human Services funding of the Wuhan laboratory.
The Pentagon “funneled” $39 million to EcoHealth Alliance, the Fauci-connected “charity” group that disbursed research funding to the Wuhan Institute for Virology. The lab is believed to be a plausible source of the COVID-19 outbreak that has killed millions worldwide.
The data that show the Department of Defense and other U.S. agencies provided funds to the EcoHealth Alliance group was initially obtained by the Daily Mail.
“The Lancet” recently removed Daszak from a COVID-19 team over purported ‘conflicts of interest’ regarding EcoHealth Alliance’s role in circulating a letter that Wuhan lab investigations would be based on ‘conspiracy theories.’ It has since been determined that the Wuhan lab origin hypothesis is a valid one.
“In April 2020, Daszak told the Washington Post he had ‘no conflicts of interest,’ despite working with the Wuhan lab for nearly 20 years,” Winters reports elsewhere. “Daszak was Project Leader on a $3.7 million ‘grant supporting bat coronavirus surveillance at Wuhan Institute of Virology and… bat coronavirus gain-of-function research at Wuhan Institute of Virology’.”
Daszak revealed on the China Global Television Network that he “has been working in China in collaboration with Chinese scientists and the government of China for over 15 years supported by federal funding from the U.S. and federal funding from China.”
It appears that Hunter Biden is connected to multiple illicit business activities involving China. A recent report first reported by Jen Van Laar of Red State relates that a high-ranking Chinese spy named Dong Jingwei is in the hands of the U.S.’s Defense Intelligence Agency. That spy is reported to have “dirt” on Hunter Biden, as well as on China’s bioweapons research program.
“He’s provided DIA with the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop,” Newsmax’s Emerald Robinson noted, adding that Jingwei confirms a “third of all Chinese students in US are spies.”
If it is confirmed that the Chinese were doing bioweapons research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, then that would raise even further questions about Hunter Biden’s Chinese investments.