There is so much that is dirty, underhanded, wrong and just plain unjust when it comes to the Wuhan coronavirus it is nearly impossible to name them all.
But that said, a new outrage has been revealed in recent days.
Thanks to the due diligence of Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.), Americans will be alarmed to learn that a COVID-19 project initiated by FactCheck.org is being funded by a foundation that has 15.9 percent of its assets invested in one of the COVID vaccine makers, Johnson & Johnson.
Yes, that vaccine maker — the one whose vaccines are being blamed for causing rare blood clots in some recipients.
“NOTHING TO SEE HERE… Former director of CDC is now CEO of the foundation that funds FACTCHECK. org’s vaccine fact checking program. Roughly 15% of said foundation’s assets are J&J stock. Bless your heart if you think factcheck .org is an unbiased source of vaccine information,” Massie said on Twitter Saturday.
NOTHING TO SEE HERE…
Former director of CDC is now CEO of the foundation that funds FACTCHECK. org’s vaccine fact checking program. Roughly 15% of said foundation’s assets are J&J stock.
Bless your heart if you think factcheck .org is an unbiased source of vaccine information pic.twitter.com/Ijq3sojHmV
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) April 24, 2021
Massie’s tweet included screen grabs of the financial connection between Factcheck.org and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
And to reveal more about the incestuous nature of Washington and this entire J & J vaccine mess, Richard E. Besser is the CEO and president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation; Besser just happens to be a former acting director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and currently serves as the chief health and medical editor for ABC News — thereby completing the nexus of Big Government, Big Media, and Big Pharma.
And of course, none of this can come without a heaping dose of self-serving wokeness and virtue-signaling. At the top of the foundation’s webpage, it says that the organization’s officials “stand in solidarity with those fighting for racial justice and speaking out against anti-Black racial violence and White supremacy.”