A “New York Times” story noted the makeup of Joe Biden’s team assembled to combat Covid-19, including ” . . . . Dr. Luciana Borio, a vice president at In-Q-Tel, which invests in intelligence technology, was a member of Trump’s National Security Council until he disbanded the office charged with responding to pandemics and bioterrorism threats, Dr. Michael T. Osterholm, the director of the center for infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, advised the George W. Bush administration after the 2001 anthrax attacks. . . .” As discussed in FTR #718 (among other programs) In-Q-Tel (at which Dr. Luciano Borio serves as a vice-president) is the CIA’s high tech venture capital arm. In FTR #1139, we examined the 2001 anthrax attacks as a possible provocation, generating momentum for the invasion of Iraq and expansion of U.S. biological warfare capabilities. Osterholm launched an enfeebled rhetorical attack on Kris Newby’s expose of Lyme Disease as a bio-weapon. We examined Ms. Newby’s expose in FTR #’s 1135, 1136 and 1137.