Glenn Beck Says NIH And Moderna Worked On mRNA Vaccine Jointly Long Before Pandemic
Conservative political commentator Glenn Beck joined Tucker Carlson Wednesday to drop a massive bombshell on the show about a partnership between Moderna and the United States Government on the development of an mRNA coronavirus vaccine – months before the declared beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Beck began the show by reminding many viewers Gain-of-function research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology happened even earlier than many had previously supposed, with the experimentation occurring under the watch of Dr. Fauci and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) as far back as November 2015. Gain-of-function research is a scientific process that involves taking viruses previously only able to affect certain populations of animals and intentionally modifying them to infect humans.
It was also pointed out that a published paper demonstrated the aftermentioned claims to be true, both dismissing any allegations that such a claim is a conspiracy theory and proving Dr. Fauci to have lied in the past about his knowledge on the subject.
This led us to the bombshell, in the same month and year, November 2015, when Moderna entered a partnership with the United States government under the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) to create an mRNA coronavirus vaccine.
Glenn Beck then discussed an over 500-page document by Moderna that indicated a private agreement on page 104 by saying “mRNA coronavirus vaccine candidates developed and jointly owned by NIAID and Moderna.”
The conservative political commentator also claimed that according to a document smuggled by China, there were large outbreaks of “coronavirus-like symptoms” in the nation around October of 2019, just a few months before the globally declared Covid-19 pandemic. He then went on to point out that this was just a few months before January of 2020, the same month when officials like Dr. Fauci, Dr. Baric, and others began to smear anybody who looked into the lab-leak theory as a ‘racist,’ ‘conspiracy theorist,’ and other terms used with pejorative intentions.
“These are documents that prove beyond, I think, any kind of reasonable doubt, something very very wrong is happening here,” Beck concluded banally. “Moderna had been turned down for any kind of vaccine research by everyone publicly over and over again, and now, this test is being done on our children.”