‘Look at your phones right now, and type in Metabiota and corona and bats. You will find numerous scientific papers signed by George Gao, the husband of Hunter Biden’s secretary in Beijing’
Jack Maxey, former co-host of Steve Bannon’s War Room and current member of LifeSite’s Faith & Reason, has revealed a connection between Hunter Biden, the research company Metabiota – which is involved with biolabs in Ukraine – as well as the Wuhan Chinese lab that is responsible for the coronavirus outbreak.
Maxey based his findings on some of the e-mails found in Hunter Biden’s laptop, as well as further research he personally conducted. While Maxey has been talking about these connections for some time, the story has been largely overlooked.
In a September 7 interview with the Sovereign Soul Show, Maxey explained this crucial and troubling connection between Hunter Biden and the Wuhan lab as follows:
Let’s go back to COVID. Literally, Hunter Biden and his partners raised millions of dollars from Metabiota. Metabiota was a privatized company that the U.S. intelligence used to run the biolabs in Ukraine which I have uncovered, [they are] also deeply involved inside the Wuhan lab. You can find papers written by Metabiota describing them as bat and corona experts. And Hunter had a secretary in Beijing, named Xiaoyang, her last name is Zeng, spelled Z E N G, and her husband is a guy named Fu Gao, or George Gao, senior, top guy in the Chinese CDC. And Hunter hooks this guy up with Metabiota, and they essentially run the gain of function experiments inside the Wuhan lab that gave us COVID! U.S. intel and disgusting characters like Tony Fauci et al are just as responsible for the COVID outbreak as the Chinese Communists, because we off-shored their Frankenstein experiments to China because they weren’t under law allowed to engage in these experiments inside the United States. And they went completely rogue, and now millions of people around the world lost their lives; the economy of the world lost trillions and trillions of lost opportunities, family businesses destroyed: these people need to be held to account.
A little research into the connection between Metabiota and the bat and corona research can confirm Maxey’s claims. See here for a 2017 study on bats and coronaviruses with Metabiota involvement;
By August of this year, Maxey had already developed and presented his thesis quite extensively.
At a political rally in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania on August 27, Maxey called Metabiota “the prime contractor inside all these Ukrainian labs.” He then also referred to a specific e-mail on the Hunter Biden laptop “between Eric Schwerin, Hunter’s broker-dealer manager and Hunter [Biden], which says: ‘Hunter, we gotta get a hold of Xiaoying’s husband, because I think he and the CDC could be really helpful for Metabiota.’”
On his Gettr account, Maxey has posted that 2014 e-mail from Schwerin to Hunter Biden.
Schwerin had also written on May 29 of that year: “Now that you got me thinking that way there are obviously some real potential synergies between Xiaoying’s husband’s work at CDC and what Metabiota does. Something else to think about.”
It is worth noting that in 2014, Xiaoying’s husband and his connection with the Chinese CDC are mentioned at least twice more in e-mail correspondence with Hunter Biden, each time mentioning possible ways of collaborating with him.
More at: Lifesitenews.com
Turley on Biden’s Tirade Over Musk Restoring Free Speech Protections on Twitter
Elon Musk has not actually changed the “content moderation” policies at Twitter yet, but President Joe Biden went on a virtual rave on Friday over the prospect of free speech breaking out on a single social media site. As a type of censor-in-chief, Biden has led calls for censorship on social media, which have been largely heeded by companies like Facebook and Twitter. Now Biden is accusing Twitter of “spewing lies all across the world” by seeking to reduce one of the largest censorship systems in history. The President lamented that the influence of the media will be “de minimus.” He is a bit late on that front.
President Biden has previously accused social media companies of “killing people” by refusing to impose robust censorship over a wide range of subjects. Many of those banned or censored were doctors with opposing views on the data and the science related to the pandemic.
Some of those doctors were the co-authors of the Great Barrington Declaration, which advocated for a more focused Covid response that targeted the most vulnerable population rather than widespread lockdowns and mandates. Many are now questioning the efficacy and cost of the massive lockdown as well as the real value of masks or the rejection of natural immunities as an alternative to vaccination. Yet, these experts and others were attacked for such views just a year ago. Some found themselves censored on social media for challenging claims of Dr. Fauci and others.
The Great Barrington Declaration was not the only viewpoint deemed dangerous. Those who alleged that the virus may have begun in a lab in China were widely denounced and the views barred from being uttered on social media platforms. It was later learned that a number of leading experts raised this theory with Fauci and others early in the pandemic.
We are now seeing increasing evidence of back channels used by government and political figures to maintain a censorship system by surrogate in the social media companies and foreign allies.
The President, however, was in full censor-in-chief mode this week, referring to censors as “editors.” He denounced Musk who “goes out and buys an outfit that spews lies all across the world.” He then claimed “There are no editors anymore. There are no editors anymore.”
The President added “the ability of newspapers to have much impact is de minimis.” That last statement seemed to lament the loss of a close and active ally for the Democrats. Neutrality is anathema if you have largely been able to control political and social exchanges on social media.
What the President said next, however, was particularly telling and chilling:
“How do people know the truth? What do they — how do they make — make a distinction between fact and fiction? There’s so much — so much going on. And we’re in the middle of this.”
Indeed, perish the thought that citizens might be left to pursue the truth on their own without the government or surrogates in the media framing it for them. How could we possibly “know the truth” without our social media overlords?
This view of citizens are gullible dupes needing to be lead to the truth is a recurring theme among Democrats and media allies. It was the theme of a “Disinformation and the Erosion of Democracy” conference at the University of Chicago with the leading Democratic leaders and media leaders in Chicago last year, including former President Barack Obama. The conference discussed how the views of the public could be shaped if government and media figures worked together to frame what is true and what is not.
Former President Barack Obama flogged this false line at Stanford in April 2022. He started by declaring himself “pretty close to a First Amendment absolutist.” He then called for the censorship of anything he considered “disinformation,” including “lies, conspiracy theories, junk science, quackery, racist tracts and misogynist screeds.”
President Biden lamented the loss of a Twitter management that was openly antagonistic to traditional free speech values. Soon after he took over, former CEO Parag Agrawal pledged to regulate content and said the company would “focus less on thinking about free speech” because “speech is easy on the Internet. Most people can speak. Where our role is particularly emphasized is who can be heard.”
Like Biden, many are moving to try to deter Musk from allowing greater free speech by getting companies like General Motors to pull advertising revenue. It is part of the reason that some of us would support monthly fees if it meant the support of a true free speech alternative to other companies like Facebook.
More at: jonathanturley.org
Musk isn’t Darth Vader. He wants to turn a nasty liberal echo chamber into a haven for free speech – and drag a business joke into the real world… that’s why, writes DAVID MARCUS, he should be applauded
It’s a strange thing to feel sorry for the richest man on earth. But these days, it seems like Elon Musk could really use a friend.
The master of electric cars and new-fangled spaceships has spent 44 billion dollars to buy Twitter which, as my 12-year-old pointed out, is a bit odd since it’s free in the app store.
The promise of Twitter is that – with technology – nearly anyone on Earth can say their piece in the global town square. You don’t have to be the billionaire founder of PayPal, Tesla and SpaceX to be heard.
Just ask the dissents in the streets of Iran, if social media is helpful.
Musk has promised to turn Twitter from a nasty liberal echo chamber into a true free speech haven. But so far, it’s been a bumpy ride.
Just hours after Musk took the helm of the Blue Bird General Motors announced it would suspend advertising on the platform.
Stunning? Brave? No, stupid.
This is the same General Motors that has Mark Tatum on its board of directors, he’s the Chief Operating Officer of the National Basketball Association, an organization that is in bed with the slave holding autocracy in China.
Will GM refuse to advertise on broadcasts of the NBA finals? Don’t hold your breath.
But they’re more than willing to hold Musk hostage, over potentially letting the bad Orange Man, Donald Trump back on the platform.
Priorities seem to be a bit mixed-up, no?
Meanwhile, those unsung heroes, celebrities and left leaning journalists are promising to exit Twitter en masse.
Of course, these are the same people who claimed they’d move to Canada if Trump became president, and they’re still here somehow.
Sadly, for Musk, reaction on the right hasn’t been all that much better.
Conservatives who were expecting an immediate parting of Red Sea through which banned accounts would do a Mardi Gras parade back into relevance were shocked and stymied by the billionaire’s announcement that he is creating a blue-ribbon content moderation panel before letting anyone back into their account.
Meanwhile, Musk is meeting with the usual lefty suspects such as the Anti Defamation League and its progressive mouthpiece Jonathan Greenblatt. Yoel Roth, who Musk has put in charge of this content moderation debate is himself a dyed in the wool progressive.
So, we can see why conservatives are feeling nervous despite a pledge to embrace viewpoint diversity.
Musk has also promised to fire half of the staff of Twitter which feels like a Darth Vader move, but let’s all take a breath.
Some see the layoffs as a tragedy, some see it as justice for employees who have curbed conservative speech for years while joking about it.
But Twitter was the joke — as a business enterprise.
It didn’t grow as other social media competitors did. Advertising revenue was always measly. They didn’t know how to monetize the platform.
Now that a true businessman and visionary is in charge, there’s gonna be change. That’s how the real world works.
Elon Musk’s primary task at Twitter is not to turn it from blue to red, but from in the red to in the black.
In fairness the often trolly entrepreneur has floated a lot of high-minded talk about saving society through a public commons that embraces free speech. So, he’s asked for the criticism he is getting.
But he still has to turn a profit.
It’s been about two weeks since the final purchase of Twitter. Musk is only just finding out what exactly he bought. The inner workings of the site have always been murky, bathed in shadow from how many users are bots to what algorithms suppress or amplify speech. If he can fix it, he deserves a little more time to do so.
The central problem that Musk faces, as he well knows, is content moderation. It was his raison d’etre for buying the company in the first place.
But content moderation is not a tech problem, it’s not a software or engineering problem, it’s a philosophical and ethical problem.
The reason that Elon Musk just at the moment is pleasing none of the people none of the time is that he is seeking to tackle one of the most intractable problems not only of our time, but of all time.
How do you give free speech and the free exchange of ideas an open platform without allowing vile and dangerous voices a megaphone?
Musk didn’t help his effort any when he tweeted out a fake news story from a conspiracy laden website about the attack on Paul Pelosi this week. At least he eventually deleted it, but it was a serious mistake that should never be repeated for good of his company, not to say the good of the country.
But in the end, these are all side shows.
Elon Musk should be applauded for trying to put the world and its discourse on his shoulders. It’s a Herculean task.
For now, we should be patient. And we should also be active. Everyone has a role to play in figuring out the future of our society’s discourse. It’s an important conversation, one that Musk has offered to moderate at great personal expense.
Let’s give Elon Musk a chance. His heart is in the right place. That might not be enough, but it’s something.
As they say, when you make an omelette – you’re going to break some bird eggs.
More at: DailyMail.uk.co
Obama-Biden Forced to Rope Off and Pull the Curtain on Half of Arena Due to Lame Turnout (VIDEO)
Barack Obama and Joe Biden held a joint rally together in Philadelphia on Saturday.
It was the first time the two appeared together at a rally since the stolen 2020 election.
Just like in 2020 Joe Biden had a difficult time drawing a crowd, even in far-left Philadelphia. Maybe it’s their planned destruction of America?
The Philly arena was less than half full. A curtain was put up to hide the empty half of the arena.
And flags were lowered to hide the empty sections behind the stage.
More at: thegatewaypundit.com