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Leaked Emails Show Hillary KNEW of Wuhan Institute’s Bioweapons Pursuit in 2009

'We are particularly interested to know how China plans to vet incoming foreign researchers from countries of biological weapons proliferation concern...'

Emails published by Wikileaks show then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton warning member-nations of the Australia Group ahead of a 2009 meeting about possible “biological weapons proliferation” stemming from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China, according to media sources including Slay News.

“The U.S. believes participants would benefit from hearing about your experiences assisting China in setting up a Biosafety Level-4 (BSL-4) laboratory at the Wuhan Institute of Virology from the export control and intangible technology transfer perspectives,” Clinton wrote.

“We are particularly interested to know how China plans to vet incoming foreign researchers from countries of biological weapons proliferation concern,” she added.

Clinton also sought information from the group regarding “CBW [chemical and biological weapons] threats perceived by China” and “your perceptions of the CBW proliferation activities of Chinese entities.”

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The damning 2009 cable was first reported on by Jack Posobiec at Human Events in June.

“Since the outbreak of COVID19 and questions surrounding the Wuhan lab, Hillary Clinton has never spoken publicly of these concerns, but has attacked people bringing them up as racist, and blamed them for attacks on Asian–Americans, without evidence,” Posobiec reported.

The Australia Group describes itself as “an informal forum of countries which, through the harmonization of export controls, seeks to ensure that exports do not contribute to the development of chemical or biological weapons.”

The group first met in Brussels in June 1985 following a UN investigation which found chemical weapons used in the Iran–Iraq war “had been sourced through legitimate trade channels.” It now meets annually in Paris.

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A list of participating nations—which includes Australia, the European Union, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States—is available here.

The Clintons may have had not only knowledge of but also direct responsibility for China’s aggressive weapons program.

During the second term of former President Bill Clinton, it came to light that a top aide and campaign bundler—future failed Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe—had assisted in brokering a quid-pro-quo deal through which state-affiliated Chinese investors received nuclear secrets in return for campaign contributions.

Despite the shocking implications that Hillary Clinton was aware of the Wuhan lab’s dangerous work, Big Tech already was scrambling to suppress the story.

A Google search for information related to “clinton emails wuhan” produced the following warning atop the results:

“It looks like these results are changing quickly. If this topic is new, it can sometimes take time for results to be added by reliable sources.”

Clinton has been thrust back into the spotlight for recent interviews in which she demanded accountability for politicians who violate the law and conducted a masterclass in dealing with disappointment, for which she read the never-delivered “victory” speech from her 2016 campaign.

She also is rumored to be on a short-list of candidates (along with another former first lady, Michelle Obama) who could potentially replace the embattled Kamala Harris as vice president and be ready to run in the 2024 presidential election if the current administration continues to founder.

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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