During a stunning interview on Fox Nation’s “Tucker Carlson Today,” a Chinese coronavirus whistleblower alleges her husband is assisting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in making her “disappear” for disclosing the origins of COVID-19.

Li-Meng Yan, a virologist and medical doctor, told Carlson that her spouse entered the United States with an HB-1 visa for two years and may be intending to hurt her with the help of the CCP and some within the United States, according to I-94 data.

Yan stated that, before her flight from China in April 2020, her husband sought to “harm” her in various ways, including poisoning, to prevent her from escaping the country, Fox News reported.

Yan, who was working at a World Health Organization reference lab in Hong Kong at the time of the pandemic, was assigned as a covert investigator to investigate COVID-19, known as “Wuhan pneumonia.” However, she claimed that her supervisor, Dr. Leo Poon, told her not to ask too many questions.

She was warned not to cross the “red-line” or else risk the CCP’s wrath.

“Don’t touch the red line—that means ‘invisible principle,’” Yan said. “Don’t break it. If not, I have to be responsible for that. It means the invisible things that China’s government won’t be happy [about].”

Yan quickly spotted “abnormal” CCP actions using her network of contacts, which included Chinese lab researchers, CDC-involved military, and civilians.

“So briefly, China’s government knows those things happened in Wuhan. And it’s definitely more than they announced, at least for the confirmed cases,” Yan said. “They hide one-third of patients.”

“And all the patients has [sic] to have the seafood market history before they get diagnosed, which is very abnormal,” Yan added. “And this time—”

“I’m sorry– but you’re saying that China would not diagnose COVID unless the person who was infected with COVID had been to the seafood market?” Carlson asked. 

“Exactly.”

COVID-19, Yan believes, was a biologically created weapon that went awry, designed by the Chinese military after learning its effectiveness during the initial SARS pandemic in 2003.

This virus was a good candidate for turning into a biological weapon, but the CCP needed to test it on a small number of people first to figure out how to use it against the rest of the globe.

Yan was taken aback when she learned that the testing location was Wuhan. China was apparently conducting tests on its own citizens.

“They test it in Wuhan. It gets out of control. They didn’t expect that to happen,” she said. “At that point, they realize, OK, it’s out. They lied about that. But then, they intentionally allowed some huge number of people, some infected, from Wuhan to travel around the world to infect the rest of the world.”

To protect itself from the damage perpetrated on other countries, China enacted a military-style shutdown of the country, a far cry from the lockdowns seen in the U.S.

“The lockdown in China is totally different as happened in the U.S.,” Yan said. “They just lockdown you in your room and lock your room. And then you can be hungry, die at home, which happened in Wuhan at that time.”

Yan quickly informed Dr. Poon of her results, who, along with WHO team members in her lab, opted to “keep silent” to avoid upsetting the CCP.

Yan later stated that her contacts helped to “organize” the major cover-up in the worldwide scientific world when China insisted coronavirus came from nature.

Peter Daszak published his Lancet statement refuting suggestions that the coronavirus originated in the Wuhan facility. Dr. Poon was the one who signed the letter.