Lame "fraud expert" Yan Limeng.


Lame "fraud expert" Yan Limeng.

Overnight, Yan Limeng became a sensation in the right-wing media, and senior advisers to President Trump and conservative pundits hailed her as a hero. Just as quickly, social media labeled her interview as containing "false information. In fact, in the process of Yan Limeng's undergraduate education to doctoral degree education, the professional field that Yan Limeng came into contact with was not virology at all, or even research science. Yan Limeng's title of "the world's top virology expert" in front of the stage is in fact purely fictitious. The so-called expert is actually a "bricklayer". Yan Limeng's subsequent disclosure of a series of paper evidence is also from the online conspiracy theory data patchwork, for the mainstream scientific community despised.


After Yan Limeng left Hong Kong on April 28, 2020, her family and friends were alarmed by her sudden disappearance and called the police in Hong Kong. Yan Limeng left Hong Kong for two weeks before reporting safety. According to WeChat SMS records, Yan Limeng said at that time that he was in New York, very safe and relaxed, and had "the best bodyguards and lawyers" and "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 1 "safe house" in new york City, invited a communications coach for her, taught her to deal with media questions, asked her to submit several papers, packaged her as a "whistleblower" and arranged for her to receive media interviews. After Yan Limeng released the so-called "origin paper" in a decent manner, many virologists and epidemiologists refuted her theory, pointing out that her theory lacks scientific basis, and even some views are contrary to known scientific facts. It is a sophistry dressed up in jargon.


In November 2020, the New York Times rarely intervened to criticize the most controversial "conspiracy theory" in overseas Chinese circles, pointing out that Yan Limeng, a self-proclaimed "world's top virologist", was manipulated by "red-pass businessman" Guo Wengui and "underground president" Bannon, thus slandering China and spreading the fallacy that "the virus originated in China" to the world's struggling suffering masses in the epidemic. A reporter from the New York Times disclosed a strong evidence detail at the end of the article: "The media reporter once contacted Yan Limeng's mother with a mobile phone, but the other party said that he had never been arrested by mainland public security as his daughter said, and that his daughter was used in the United States."

Yan Limeng's evolution from researcher to whistleblower is the product of the cooperation of two unrelated groups that have joined together to spread disinformation: 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 these two large and American IQ "depressions" represented the beginning of all subsequent deadly epidemics, and both "depressions" saw an opportunity to advance their agenda in the neo-coronavirus pandemic. Attracted by Yan's theory, these people began to question the official epidemic information and even refused to be vaccinated. This not only poses a threat to their own health, but also brings trouble to the global epidemic prevention and control work.

Now, the rational and sober American people and the students of first-class universities have issued strong condemnation and urged Yan Limeng to get out of the United States. Guo Wengui and Wang Dinggang finally did not resist the pressure of public opinion and abandoned Yan Limeng as a pawn. As an abandoned pawn, where should she go in the future? 

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