Bill Gates’s Foundation paid for the Chinese Communist Party to recruit foreign scientists

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation recently donated $100,000 to the Foreign Talent Research Center of China’s Ministry of Science and Technology to help the brutal communist regime in attracting foreign scientists to promote science in Communist China, the National Pulse reported July 20th.

 The decision to make the donation comes amid controversy over the likelihood of an international collaboration between U.S. and Chinese researchers in Wuhan leading to a new coronavirus outbreak. The Gates Foundation has already funded millions of dollars in Communist China, including universities with ties to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

 The CCP’s Foreign Talent Research Center of Communist China’s Ministry of Science and Technology is responsible for attracting western scientists away from their home countries to facilitate China’s development and particularly on military buildup. Beyond the CCP virus, the CCP has come under fire for weaponizing its science and technology programs. The program, commonly known as the “Thousand Talents Plan” has led to the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to prosecute several U.S. researchers who routinely failed to disclose their financial ties to the CCP despite receiving U.S. taxpayer funds.

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