Biden abolished one Trump policy that has all hell breaking loose

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Joe Biden has made it his mission to reverse all of Donald Trump’s victories. It doesn’t matter how much it hurts the American people.

And Biden abolished one Trump policy that has all hell breaking loose.

President Biden can see the writing on the walls.

He knows his presidency is coming to an end. Just take a look at his his abysmal polling numbers.

Only 37% of Americans approve of his job performance as president according to a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll.

So what is there to do when you know your time is up? Well, for Joe Biden, it means going scorched earth on all of Donald Trump’s policies no matter whether they’re good or bad.

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has reinstated a bat virus research contract that was terminated three years ago by former President Trump’s administration.

The initial 2014 version of the award financed research into combining several bat viruses to examine SARS, the coronavirus that triggered an outbreak in the early 2000s. The award also supported studies at Wuhan’s coronavirus research center.

Three years after Trump’s government canceled it because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the NIH has reinstated the same research award. The new edition of the award, which was given to EcoHealth Alliance (EHA) once again, will not focus on combining live bat viruses.

But their assurances are likely to fall on deaf ears. Americans remember when they spent months lying about the origins of COVID-19, just for the federal government to confirm that a lab leak from these facilities was the cause.

Why should people trust them now?

The Wuhan Institute of Virology will also supposedly cease direct scientific involvement. According to, it will instead release more than 300 complete and partial genome sequences of SARS-related bat coronaviruses from its collection for EHA research.

Many Republicans in Congress slammed the original grant for funding “gain of function” (GOF) research at the Wuhan facility. GOF is a scientific term for modifying an existing pathogen to increase its ability to cause disease.

The original NIH grant provided the Wuhan lab with $600,000 over an eight-year period.

Several researchers praised the NIH’s decision to renew the program, claiming that they can “finally get back to work.”

“It has been a long time coming. Unfortunately, the original cancellation reflects the ongoing partisan politics where first Trump and now many Republicans are attacking science unfairly,” Nobel Prize winner Richard Roberts of New England Biolabs told

The EHA will now collaborate with the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore to uncover how coronaviruses might infect human cells using simulated genomes of previously gathered viruses, according to the outlet.

Regardless of how they want to classify this – gain-of-function, simulated genomes, or some other sanitized moniker, the reality remains the same.

The American taxpayer is being forced to fund risky medical research and experiments that are conducted in foreign territories ruled by dictators.

Have we not learned our lesson?

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