In January 2020 (and likely much earlier than that), Fauci was aware, according to email correspondences, that covid is a man-made invention, not a random act of nature.
"[O]ne has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered," reads an email sent to Fauci by British researcher Dr. Kristian Andersen on Jan. 31, 2020, at 10:32pm.
"Eddie [Holmes], Bob [Garry], Mike [Ferguson] and myself all find the genome inconsistent with evolutionary theory," the email further reads.
Two hours later at 12:29am on Feb. 1, 2020, Fauci emailed his long-time deputy, Dr. Hugh Auchincloss, that included a paper written by Ralph Baric and Zhengli-Li Shi, the so-called "bat woman" from the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). That paper highlighted the taxpayer-funded gain of function (GoF) research that was taking place on coronaviruses prior to the launch of the scamdemic.
"It is essential that we speak this [morning]," Fauci wrote with urgency. "Keep your cell phone on ... read this paper ... you will have tasks today that must be done." (Related: Remember when Fauci admitted that covid "vaccines" spread disease?)
Two hours after that correspondence, at 2:48am – why is Fauci awake in the middle of the night sending urgent emails about bat coronaviruses? – Fauci emailed Robert Kadlec, a Trump-appointed Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the Department of Health and Human Services. In that email, Fauci downplayed the lab leak theory and pushed for an evolutionary origin to covid.
"Bob: This came out today," Fauci wrote. "Gives a balanced view."
In this email, Fauci was calm and collected. In his previous email to Auchincloss, Fauci was urgent and frantic. Why the change in tone? And why did Fauci not send Kadlec the Baric-Shi study that he sent to Auchincloss? The answer, as penned by The Federalist's Jim Jordan, is this:
"The paper that supported the original message from Dr. Andersen that COVID-19 looked engineered, was inconsistent with evolutionary theory, and linked American tax dollars to gain of function research at the WIV."
Keep in mind that Andersen, who sent Fauci the initial email in this sequence, had already received millions of dollars in grant money from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is connected to the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), the federal agency that Fauci oversaw.
Later that morning, at 11:47am, Auchincloss responded to Fauci, confirming that American tax dollars were, in fact, used to perform GoF research at the WIV – and that this research did not go through proper oversight.
"Dr. Fauci already knew there was a lethal virus on the loose in Wuhan, China. In just 13 hours, between 10:32 p.m. January 31, 2020, and 11:47 a.m. February 1, 2020, Dr. Fauci learned three additional facts," Jordan explains.
"First, Dr. Fauci knew that American taxpayers had helped to fund dangerous gain-of-function research in Wuhan, China ... Second, Dr. Fauci knew this research funding did not go through the government's required safety review process – a process known as the P3 framework ... Third, Dr. Fauci knew that the virus 'looked ... engineered' and seemed to be 'inconsistent with evolutionary theory.'"
Fauci then proceeded to arrange a conference call that included 11 virologists from around the world, including Andersen. Nearly every participant had previously been awarded American taxpayer-funded grants by Fauci – and the only person missing was Kadlec, Fauci's boss at the HHS.
Read the rest of the story at The Federalist.
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