Hunter Biden’s firm invested $500,000 in Ukrainian biolab operator Metabiota, which then received a $23.9 million contact from the Pentagon for bioresearch. Metabiota head Nathan Wolfe worked together with EcoHealth’s Peter Daszak on SARS-based coronavirus research. The Russian Defence Ministry claims to have over 20,000 documents on the US biolab project in Ukraine.
On Feb. 24, 2022, the day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky ordered the destruction of all documents related to Hunter Biden’s partner firm Metabiota, blogger Jacob Creech AKA @WarClandestine reported in June 2022 and again yesterday on Twitter after he was reinstated.
Hunter Biden’s Rosemont Seneca Technology Partners invested $500,000 in the San Francisco bioresearch firm Metabiota and raised millions more through firms that included Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, according to e-mails on Hunter Biden’s laptop, as the New York Post reported March 26, 2022.
On April 4, 2014 Metabiota vice president Mary Guttieri wrote to Hunter Biden: “As promised, I’ve prepared the attached memo, which provides an overview of Metabiota, our engagement in Ukraine, and how we can potentially leverage our team, networks, and concepts to assert Ukraine’s cultural and economic independence from Russia and continued integration into Western society.”
On April 8, 2014, Burisma manager Vadym Pozharshki wrote to Hunter Biden’s business partner Devon Archer, inquiring about a proposed deal with Biotech firm Metabiota. “As I understand Metabiota was a subcontractor to principal contractor of the DoD B&V (Black & Veatch)… What kind of partnership Metabiota is lo0oking for in Ukraine? … The principal contractor B&V (Black & Veatch) seems to be also the party that operates in Ukraine on similar or the same projects. There is no competition here?”
Vadym Pozharshki met with Hunter Biden and Joe Biden in Café Milano in Washington, DC on April 16, 2015, as e-mails on the Hunter Biden laptop show. “Dear Hunter, thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father and spent [sic] some time together,” Pozharskyi wrote on April 17, 2015. “It’s realty [sic] an honor and pleasure.”
On May 12, 2014, Hunter Biden joined the Board of Directors of Burisma Holdings, according to its press release, where he earned $1 million a year for inclear services.
Metabiota was spun off from San Francisco not-for-profit organization Global Viral 2014, previously known as Global Viral Forecasting Institute (GVFI), according to the Global Viral website. Neil Callahan and John DeLoche, employees of Hunter Biden’s company Rosemont Seneca Partners, were appointed to the board of Metabiota.
Metabiota head Nathan Wolfe is an expert on Viral Pandemics who serves on the editorial board of EcoHealth and is a member of DARPA’s Defense Science Research Council. Wolfe co-authored a paper 2017 on “Global patterns in coronavirus diversity” with Peter Daszak of the EcoHealth Alliance and the EcoHealth PREDICT Consortium. GVFI Vice President Joseph Fair appeared at the Wuhan Institute of Vorology with Dr. Shi Zhengli 2013.
On Oct. 3, 2014, Rosemont Seneca Technologies Partners (RSTP) Managing Director John DeLoche wrote to Hunter Biden that RSTP would “increase our investment in Metabiota by 250 k … They raised about $2.4 mm of which we represent $500 k (250 k from the first investment plus this one). They intended to raise a max. of $1,6 mm but it was oversubscribed. The way to think about this one is that Palantir is to the CIA what Metabiota is to the USDA. … They hope to raise another $15 mm at least $80 mm pre which would be a nice 5x mark-up to our investment.”
On Oct. 9, 2014, John DeLoche wrote to Hunter Biden, Devon Archer, and RSTP manager Rob Walker: “Is there anyone we can call in DC to get a sense of how legit Metabiota is viewed within the various government agencies? We want to make sure we thoroughly do our diligence here, especially as Goldman and now Morgan Stanley will be doing diligence on the fund and Metabiota towards investing in both.
Additionally, who have we introduced them to in DC? Can you please provide a list of the various folks within Cornerstone as well as outside the firm where we have made intros? This data will go in our investment memo which we are trying to compplete and get to potential LPs by Tuesday.”
Rob Walker answered on Oct. 9, 2014: “I am going to have a friend reach out to DoD on the down low.”
Metabiota received a $23.9M contract from the DoD in 2014 after $340k from DHS 2013, writes Rogan O’Handley AKA “DC Draino”:
Metabiota was selected as a World Economic Forum TechPioneer 2021.
We are thrilled to announce that Metabiota has been selected as a 2021 World Economic Forum TechPioneer!
We look forward to collaborating to build a world that is more resilient to epidemics.
Read more here:https://t.co/GeeV97m3yr @wef #techpioneers21
— Metabiota (@metabiota) June 15, 2021
Writing on Twitter, Jacob Creech claimed that “Biden was trying to cover his tracks in Ukraine, because he was afraid Trump was going to look into the dealings there.”
1) Now I’m really gonna blow your mind.
Remember the leaked phone call from Biden to Poroshenko in November 2016?
Right after Trump was elected. Biden was trying to cover his tracks in Ukraine, because he was afraid Trump was going to look into the dealings there.
From @OANN pic.twitter.com/iz8PmXZuzT
— Clandestine (@WarClandestine) February 1, 2023
Lawyer Tom Renz claimed the US embassy “just removed all their Ukraine bioweapons lab documents from the web.”
US embassy just REMOVED all their #Ukraine #BIOWEAPON LAB DOCUMENTS from the web. Why hide things if there’s nothing to hide? #WEF #DOD #truth #diedsuddenly #Pfizer #Moderna https://t.co/0Y2Oh1VlEE
— Tom Renz (@RenzTom) January 30, 2023
The Russian Ministry of Defence claims to be in possession of more than 20,000 documents that supposedly expose the USA’s bio-warfare programs in Ukraine. In a tweet on Monday 1/30, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) alleged, “The materials confirm that the Pentagon aimed at creating elements of a biological weapon, & testing it on the population of Ukraine.”
Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov accused the US government of “contradicting themselves”: If the US biolab program was purely peaceful, “Why were the works so promptly curtailed?” Antonov asked, “Why are these issues handled by the military, but not the civilian specialists?”
“The answer is obvious: Washington had and has something to hide. This, by the way, was confirmed by (Pentagon spokesman John) Kirby himself, according to whom the projects were closed, and the laboratories were deactivated strictly before the special military operation started. In other words, the US did everything possible to ensure that the results of its research did not fall into the hands of the Russian military,” Antonov said.
Antonov claimed the U.S. government is now “actively relocating the unfinished projects from Ukraine to the countries of Central Asia and Eastern Europe” and shifting programs to “civilian structures” such as HHS and USAID. “They obviously hope that it will help them avoid criticism and deflect the blow from the Pentagon,” Antonov claimed.
“However, the US administration fails to suppress public discussion. In the United States itself, various investigations have been initiated with regard to federal bioprojects, including on the gain-of-function research, and side effects of vaccination,” the Russian Ambassador to the UN said. “No matter how Washington tries to dodge, sooner or later it will have to answer questions that were raised by the Russian Federation. One should remember: any lie has an expiration date.”
In June last year, the United States’ Department of Defence released a fact sheet stating that it supports “nuclear, chemical, and biological threat reduction efforts.” The DoD claimed to conduct ‘peaceful biological research projects’ in former Soviet nations with the help of ex-Russian bioweapons scientists.
“The United States, through international collaboration, has also worked to address other biological threats throughout the former Soviet Union. Subject matter experts in biology, biodefense, public health, and related fields were engaged from across the U.S. government,” the DoD stated.