I found a copy of the "nobody will care whereabouts of nobody's money" email from Bao to Hunter. Iirc, this had only been posted as a photo of a hard copy on a Chinese news site. Image
While this is the email that's been circulating, I have to say the Bao emails on the whole are really really weird. There is some business but also a lot of really bizarre personal stuff–which all seems to be oneway from her to him. Could be anything from infatuation to honeypot.
I still have absolutely no idea what Bao's role was supposed to be. She set up the odd meeting but then she also sent Hunter a roadmap to get "Uncle Joe" elected, including a detailed China policy. There's some fung shui too and also a lot of motherly stuff. Completely bizarre.
Here's a snippet of the "Uncle Joe" election road map that Bao sent Hunter. What on earth is this about? And why does she always call him "Uncle Joe"? Image

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29 Mar
"SARS-CoV-2 was remarkably well adapted to humans from its first appearance, yet poorly adapted to bat infection, the natural reservoirs for SARS-r-CoVs, with little evidence for gaining its human adaptation through natural recombination."

Aka "evidence".
link.springer.com/article/10.100…
"SARS-CoV-2′s receptor binding domain (RBD) appears to be highly optimized for binding to human ACE2"

Aka "evidence".
"The combination of binding strength, human and mouse peptide mimicry, as well as high adaptation for human infection and transmission from the earliest strains might suggest the use of humanized mice for the development of SARS-CoV-2 in a laboratory environment."

Daszak *2019*:
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24 Mar
1/ Some additional info related to my WIV piece in @EpochTimes.

On Feb 6, 2020, a Chinese scholar in Wuhan, Xiao Botao, published an article on the academic portal Researchgate that directly implicated the WIV in the outbreak...

theepochtimes.com/american-who-r…
2/ Xiao said that “somebody was entangled with the evolution of 2019-nCoV coronavirus.” The article was taken down quickly but not before it was archived:

archive.is/eHOIk

(Xiao is the sort of guy that the U.S. gov should be protecting instead of people like Danchenko)
3/Strangely, on Dec 31, 2019, the day the Wuhan "pneumonia" was first announced, Daszak started a tweet thread pointing the finger at the human-wildlife-livestock interface while conspicuously omitting the “high risk” laboratory interface that he himself had warned about earlier. Image
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23 Mar
My latest in @EpochTimes: Investigating the investigator

m.theepochtimes.com/american-who-r…
"The World Health Organization's (WHO) latest mission to Wuhan to trace the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic is back in the headlines. But not for the right reasons...It is no coincidence that Daszak was handpicked for this effort. "
"To understand why, we need to go back and look at Daszak’s close affiliation to the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), dating back to at least 2013, when he co-authored a bat coronavirus study with the director of the lab, Shi Zhengli."
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11 Mar
Twitter just scored several own goals in their lawsuit against Ken Paxton.

Here's Twitter openly admitting that they make editorial decisions, that these decisions have to be made in secret and that Twitter is actually no different from a newspaper. Wow.
digitalcommons.law.scu.edu/cgi/viewconten…
And here's Twitter admitting that they are relying on First Amendment rights meant for the press.
Twitter says it can't share information on their moderation process because that would undermine the moderation process.

Here's the problem. Section 230 protection only applies to those acting in good faith. By hiding their process, we can't know if they're acting in good faith.
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28 Jan
Patrick Byrne is suscpetible to extravagant conspiracy theories but just from an observational perspective, this rings true. Rudy is neither the organizer nor the strategist he was 30 years ago. Sounds so like there was constant chaos—opposite of Democrat/Elias legal machine. Image
Rudy was right about this though. Frustrating that he made the right call and then ended up discrediting all the good arguments with a bunch of conspiracy theories. Image
They treated Byrne like some wacky hanger-on. If you think the guy's a wacko, why deal with him at all? Image
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27 Jan
According to Lisa Page's notes, Rosenstein thought Mueller couldn't lead the FBI because his firm represented Manafort.

But somehow that didn't stop him from becoming Special Counsel.

What a clown show.
Rosenstein also thought that a special agent couldn't possibly be FBI director (why? imo they're exactly the kinds of people who ought to lead the FBI instead of corrupt lawyers).

Funnily enough, Pence "got it", which I take to mean that Pence wasn't big on swamp draining.
Apparently Mueller lost his phone in the White House. Dementia seems to have already set in.
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