The Gateway Pundit reported May 12 that the University of Texas Medical Branch, the nation’s leading center for viral research, is home to the U.S. Department of Defense-funded Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases and has one of the few biosafety level 4 facilities for the control and study of the world’s most dangerous viruses. This U.S. P4 laboratory, however, was infiltrated by communist forces.
Bin Gong, an associate professor of pathology at the University of Texas Medical Branch, is closely associated with the Communist Army. Bin Gong not only earned his MD degree from the Communist Army’s Shanghai Second Medical University, but in 1988, he was published in the Communist Army’s military intelligence journal. Based on Gong Bin’s 2019-2020 scientific publication record, it appears that he never really left the Communist Army’s Second Medical University, which was renamed the Communist Navy’s Military Medical University in 2017.
The Gateway Pundit believes that Gong Bin likely used the University of Texas Medical School, as a training facility for Communist scientists, because the Chinese personnel and scientists who came to the University of Texas Medical School for training were affiliated with Changhai Hospital, the First Affiliated Hospital of the Communist Navy Military Medical University. Other documents seem to confirm that those who worked with Gong Bin in 2019 and 2020 were affiliated with the Naval Military Medical University.
Professor Pei-Yong Shi of the University of Texas Medical Branch, a scientist associated with the Communist Army’s Military Veterinary Research Institute (MVRI), was also awarded an honorary professorship at the Wuhan Virus Institute, but Shi’s activities at the Wuhan Virus Institute are more than honorary.
Since 2004, Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has given Shi Peiyong more than $5 million in research grants, and since 2016, has given Bin Gong research grants of more than $2.7 million since 2016.
This information seems to indicate that the collaboration between the University of Texas Medical Branch and the Communist Army, on the virus, was apparently institutionalized and funded by Dr. Fauci, and also resulted in patents that appear to have been assigned to the Communist Army as well.