Posobiec said: "You've got the gene-splicing, you've got the editing, the gain of function research. The fact that Fauci, Collins, [and] others [were] deeply involved, there was one, though, that I've got to ask you about...specific genetic attack vectors. What are specific genetic attacks, because that sounds to me like you're talking about potentially a bioweapon."
"Yeah, that's exactly what it is," Weichert responded. "So we in America, view bioweapons pretty specifically. Things like you know, an actual weapon, think nerve gas or Sarin, smallpox, weaponized, that's pretty obvious, and that's how we view it."
He continued: "But the Chinese, as you know, with your background, they have a military-civil fusion outlook. So they don't just look at traditional bioweapons as an attack vector. They look at civilian biotech research, specifically using CRISPR/Cas 9, which is the gene-editing tool that we created and then shared with China to develop vaccines, mRNA vaccines. The Chinese are using that to basically take all of our genetic information, the genetic information of their people, they put it into the Bayesian Genomics Institute's gene bank, which is the largest gene database in the world."
"They're using artificial intelligence to then collate all that information. And they're then identifying groups of people and individuals that they don't like, or that they have a problem with, think the Muslim Turkik Uyghurs or individuals they may dislike in America. And they're tailoring these bioweapons to specifically attack the genetics of a group of people or individuals, so that they can't be blamed when the people start dying. And that's how they're going to go about wiping out all of the undesirables, and of course, if you're not Han Chinese and a good communist, you're undesirable to the leadership of China. So watch out."
The most serious biological attack in the US took place just weeks after 9/11, when letters laced with anthrax started to appear in US mail. Five people died and 17 became severely ill. In August 2008, there was a breakthrough in the case, and charges were set to be brought against Dr. Bruce Ivins, a microbiologist and vaccinologist for the United States Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID).
Dr. Ivins was among the team of scientists who initially helped the FBI investigate the anthrax attack.
However, Dr. Ivins committed suicide by overdosing on Tylenol mixed with codeine after learning that criminal charges would be brought against him in the case.