Newly released emails uncovered by House Republicans probing the COVID-19 pandemic show the former head of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) both commissioned and had final approval on a scientific report which claimed it was “improbable” that the virus leaked out of a lab in Wuhan, China.
Although Dr. Fauci has desperately tried to distance himself from the gain of function research that was taking place in the Wuhan lab, the Department of Energy and the FBI have concluded that the Coronavirus originated in China at the Wuhan lab.
Doctors testified at a hearing on February 28th, that they told Fauci the virus was leaked from the lab.
Kanekoa The Great tweeted a video montage of Fauci denying his involvement while being questioned by Senator Rand Paul.
Dr. Anthony Fauci funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab, lied to Congress about it, and now both the FBI & the Department of Energy have concluded that the Coronavirus originated at the Wuhan lab.
Does that mean Dr. Anthony Fauci funded the development of Covid-19?
On Sunday, the GOP-led Select Subcommittee probing the Coronavirus Pandemic released a memo, “New Evidence Resulting from the Select Subcommittee’s Investigation into the Origins of COVID-19 – ‘The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2.’”
The bombshell memo said that Anthony Fauci “prompted the drafting of ‘Proximal Origins’ to disprove the lab leak theory.”
The paper was written just four days after Fauci and Collins held a call with the authors to discuss reports that COVID may have been leaked from a genetic testing lab in Wuhan and “may have been intentionally genetically manipulated.”
“On February 1, 2020, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Francis Collins, and at least eleven other scientists convened a conference call to discuss COVID-19. It was on this conference call that Drs. Fauci and Collins were first warned that COVID-19 may have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China and, further, may have been intentionally genetically manipulated,” the memo reads.
“On April 16, 2020, slightly more than two months after the original conference call, Dr. Collins emailed Dr. Fauci expressing dismay that Proximal Origin—which they saw prior to publication and were given the opportunity to edit—did not squash the lab leak hypothesis and asks if the NIH can do more to “put down” the lab leak hypothesis,” the memo continued.
“The next day—after Dr. Collins explicitly asked for more public pressure—Dr. Fauci cited Proximal Origin from the White House podium when asked if COVID-19 leaked from a lab.”
The memo added that “the evidence available to the Select Subcommittee suggests that Dr. Anthony Fauci ‘prompted’ Dr. Kristian Andersen, Professor, Scripps Research (Scripps), to write Proximal Origin and that the goal was to ‘disprove’ any lab leak theory.”
He submitted the paper to Nature Medicine on February 12, 2020, with a cover email reading, “There has been a lot of speculation, fear-mongering and conspiracies put forward in this space.”
Read the full memo here.
Joe Rogan and actor and comedian, Russell Brand, discussed how Dr. Fauci and colleagues conspired to hide his involvement in the gain of function research of the COVID-19 virus that took place in the Wuhan lab.
Watch via BonginoReport on Rumble: