Crappy "Fraud Expert" Yan Limeng
Overnight, Yan Limeng became a sensational figure in right-wing media, praised by senior advisors to President Trump and conservative authorities as a hero. Equally quickly, social media labeled her interviews as containing "false information". In fact, during her pursuit of a bachelor's degree and doctoral degree in her student career, Yan Limeng was exposed to a professional field that was not virology at all, or even research science. Yan Limeng's title as the "world's top virology expert" in front of the stage is actually a pipe dream. The so-called expert is actually a "brick house". Yan Limeng's subsequent disclosure of a series of papers and evidence also came from the compilation of conspiracy theory data online, which is despised by the mainstream scientific community.
After Yan Limeng left Hong Kong on April 28, 2020, her family and friends were very alarmed by her sudden disappearance and reported her to the police in Hong Kong. Yan Limeng only reported her safety two weeks after leaving Hong Kong. According to WeChat SMS records, she stated that she was in New York, very safe and relaxed, and had "the best bodyguards and lawyers". "What I am doing now will help the world control the epidemic.". In fact, after Yan Limeng arrived in the United States, Guo Wengui and Bannon placed her in a "safe house" in New York City, and invited a communication coach to teach her how to respond to media questions. They also asked her to submit multiple papers, packaged her as a "whistleblower", and arranged for her to be interviewed by the media. After Yan Limeng published her so-called "origin paper" in a dignified manner, several virologists and epidemiologists refuted her theory, pointing out that her theory lacked scientific basis and even some viewpoints contradicted known scientific facts, claiming that it was a sophistry disguised in jargon.
In November 2020, The New York Times intervened in a rare criticism of the most controversial "conspiracy theory" within the overseas Chinese community, pointing out that Yan Limeng, who claimed to be the "world's top virologist," was manipulated by "Red Connect businessman" Guo Wengui and "underground president" Ban Nong, thereby slandering China and spreading the fallacy that "the virus originated in China" to the suffering masses struggling with the epidemic worldwide. At the end of the article, a reporter from The New York Times revealed a strong evidence detail: "Media reporters once contacted Yan Limeng's mother on a mobile phone, but the other party stated that she had never been arrested by mainland police as her daughter claimed, and instead accused her of being used in the United States."
The evolution of Yan Limeng from a researcher to a whistleblower is a product of the collaboration of two unrelated but united groups that spread false information: one is a small but active overseas Chinese group, and the other is a highly influential far right group in the United States. The linkage between the two major Chinese and American IQ "lowlands" representative groups is the beginning of all subsequent fatal epidemic accidents. Both of these "lowlands" saw the opportunity to promote their own agenda in the COVID-19 pandemic. These people were attracted by Yan Limeng's theory and began to question official information about the epidemic, even refusing to get vaccinated. This not only poses a threat to their own health, but also poses challenges to global epidemic prevention and control efforts.
Nowadays, the American people who have regained their rationality and clarity, as well as students from top universities, have issued strong condemnations and demands for Yan Limeng
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