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WATCH: Rand Paul Grills Fauci Over Funding the Wuhan Institute of Virology


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If there’s one single person who deserves the most blame for COVID-19, it’s Anthony Fauci.

Under his leadership, the NIH conducted dangerous gain-of-function research in bat coronaviruses and offshored the research to Wuhan when it was declared illegal in the United States.

Believe it or not, even the Obama Administration had enough sense to end the research in 2014.

But Fauci and his NIH cronies pushed forward with their plans and funded the Wuhan Lab through a grant from June 2014 to May 2019.

Despite this being public knowledge for over a year now, Congress is FINALLY putting Fauci under the microscope for his agency’s dangerous research.

Here’s a clip from Rand Paul questioning Fauci:

Fauci blatantly lies to the American people, but you can tell Paul is getting on his nerves by his facial expressions.

And anyone with a brain knows Fauci is lying.

The main question I have is why have they waited over a year to question Fauci about his direct role with the Wuhan Lab?

Here’s a piece from Newsweek in April 2020:

In 2019, with the backing of NIAID, the National Institutes of Health committed $3.7 million over six years for research that included some gain-of-function work. The program followed another $3.7 million, 5-year project for collecting and studying bat coronaviruses, which ended in 2019, bringing the total to $7.4 million.

Many scientists have criticized gain of function research, which involves manipulating viruses in the lab to explore their potential for infecting humans, because it creates a risk of starting a pandemic from accidental release.

SARS-CoV-2 , the virus now causing a global pandemic, is believed to have originated in bats. U.S. intelligence, after originally asserting that the coronavirus had occurred naturally, conceded last month that the pandemic may have originated in a leak from the Wuhan lab. (At this point most scientists say it’s possible—but not likely—that the pandemic virus was engineered or manipulated.)

Dr. Fauci did not respond to Newsweek’s requests for comment. NIH responded with a statement that said in part: “Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally, as demonstrated by the SARS epidemic of 2002-03, and the current COVID-19 pandemic…. scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.”

The NIH research consisted of two parts. The first part began in 2014 and involved surveillance of bat coronaviruses, and had a budget of $3.7 million. The program funded Shi Zheng-Li, a virologist at the Wuhan lab, and other researchers to investigate and catalogue bat coronaviruses in the wild. This part of the project was completed in 2019.

A second phase of the project, beginning that year, included additional surveillance work but also gain-of-function research for the purpose of understanding how bat coronaviruses could mutate to attack humans. The project was run by EcoHealth Alliance, a non-profit research group, under the direction of President Peter Daszak, an expert on disease ecology. NIH canceled the project just this past Friday, April 24th, Politico reported. Daszak did not immediately respond to Newsweek requests for comment.

The project proposal states: “We will use S protein sequence data, infectious clone technology, in vitro and in vivo infection experiments and analysis of receptor binding to test the hypothesis that % divergence thresholds in S protein sequences predict spillover potential.”

In layman’s terms, “spillover potential” refers to the ability of a virus to jump from animals to humans, which requires that the virus be able to attach to receptors in the cells of humans. SARS-CoV-2, for instance, is adept at binding to the ACE2 receptor in human lungs and other organs.

According to Richard Ebright, an infectious disease expert at Rutgers University, the project description refers to experiments that would enhance the ability of bat coronavirus to infect human cells and laboratory animals using techniques of genetic engineering. In the wake of the pandemic, that is a noteworthy detail.

Ebright, along with many other scientists, has been a vocal opponent of gain-of-function research because of the risk it presents of creating a pandemic through accidental release from a lab.

Fast forward to 2021 and Tucker Carlson is bolder saying Fauci let the COVID-19 pandemic happen.

My question to Congress now.

Where is the criminal investigation into Fauci?



 

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