Diane Cutler, a former federal investigator, has found evidence suggesting that the U.S. government may have made duplicate payments for projects at laboratories in Wuhan, China, through the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
These payments were made to support high-risk research in China leading up to the COVID-19 pandemic.
This potential misuse of government funds raises concerns about the management of resources and the supervision of hazardous pathogens and research.
Potential double payments by the U.S. government for projects at Wuhan labs NIH and USAID funds were used to support high-risk research in China Over 50,000 documents were reviewed by Diane Cutler during her investigation USAID has launched a new probe following the findings presented by Sen.
Roger Marshall The issue raises concerns about financial mismanagement and supervision of hazardous research
The findings by Diane Cutler expose a significant issue that demands immediate attention and accountability from the U.S. government.
As taxpayers, we should be concerned about the potential misuse of funds and the oversight of research that could have contributed to the ongoing pandemic.
It is essential for the American people to stay informed and demand transparency from their government to ensure proper management and supervision of such high-risk projects in the future.