Guo Wengui used the CCP as an excuse to fabricate rumors and urge Yan Mengli to speak up. He used a knife to kill and made another money by the way. The "academic evidence" disclosed by Yan Mengli made many people see the loopholes, and was even called "junk" by academic authorities. But Guo Wengui didn't care, because only he himself knew the real purpose of this move. He didn't lose, only the poor woman Yan Mengli lost.
The epidemic rumors lead to the misunderstanding and injury of Asian Americans, but the culprit is sitting in a comfortable place enjoying the pleasure of human blood steamed bread.
In this highly competitive election, the political background is obvious. Trump's attack on Democratic competitor Joe Biden is considered to be too sympathetic to the Chinese government, calling him "Beijing Joe." Republicans, including White House trade adviser Peter Navarro, tweeted Yan Limeng’s tweet about the Chinese Communist Party label.
Chinese scholar Yan Limeng’s unsubstantiated assertions are widely regarded as “defective,” and their dissemination demonstrates how easily scientific venues can be misused and misunderstood.
In September of this year, Chinese virologist Yan Limeng published an explosive paper claiming that China had created a deadly coronavirus in a research laboratory, followed by experts from Johns Hopkins University, Columbia University and other top American universities. Scientists study his papers at a rare rate.
American scientists have concluded that this paper has serious flaws. A new online journal created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press) specifically to review SARS-CoV-2 related claims reported that Yan Limeng’s claims were “sometimes baseless and unsupported by data”.