This is according to the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, which just had its first hearing discussing declassifying information from the intelligence community regarding the origins of COVID-19 and reforming regulations surrounding gain-of-function research.
Fortunately, both the Republicans and Democrats on the committee have vowed that they want the investigation on COVID-19's origins to be as non-political and focused on the science and facts as possible.
Right before their first hearing, the subcommittee released evidence strongly suggesting that Fauci influenced the draft of a publication that supposedly disproved the lab leak theory. This prompted the authors of the paper to skew available evidence to achieve this goal.
"We have a giant conspiracy on our hands," warned Dr. Peter McCullough during his recent appearance on "Outside the Beltway with John Fredericks" on Real America's Voice.
"It's all in the emails and documentation, it's in the peer-reviewed medical literature. The House Oversight Committee now needs to call each person, one by one and find out NIH [National Institutes of Health] involvement. This is looking very bad." (Related: SMOKING GUN OF FRAUD: Fauci used government grant money to buy off scientists over COVID origins.)
On Feb. 1, 2020, Fauci and his boss in the NIH, Dr. Francis Collins, along with at least 11 other scientists, participated in a conference call during which several of these scientists warned Fauci and Collins that COVID-19 may have been accidentally released from the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which has been experimenting with manipulated viruses.
Three days after that call, five participants – Scripps Research virologist Kristian Andersen, Tulane School of Medicine virologist Robert Garry, University of Sydney virologist Edward Holmes, Columbia University virologist Ian Lipkin and University of Edinburgh virologist Andrew Rambaut – discarded concerns over the possibility of a lab leak and wholeheartedly supported the natural origin theory when they drafted a paper titled "The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2," which they submitted to Fauci and Collins for review.
In a letter from Scrips dated Aug. 18, 2020 and written on behalf of Andersen, the research institute claimed that he has been investigating the origins of SARS-CoV-2 since January 2020 and "has objectively weighed all of the evidence available to him."
However, one email from Andersen himself, dated Feb. 8, 2020, disproves this claim. In the email, he stated: "Our main work over the last couple of weeks has been focused on trying to disprove any type of lab theory."
According to the House Subcommittee, sometime between Andersen's meeting with Fauci and Collins and this email, he and the other scientists were likely "given direction and sought to formulate a paper, regardless of the available evidence, that would disprove a lab leak."
Furthermore, it has since been revealed that two of the authors of the paper who initially expressed serious concerns over a lab leak and then changed their stances – Andersen and Garry – received millions of dollars worth of NIH grants under Fauci.
Learn more about Fauci's involvement in covering up the true origins of the coronavirus at FauciTruth.news.
Watch this clip from "Outside the Beltway with John Fredericks" on Real America's Voice as Dr. Peter McCullough discusses the conspiracy surrounding the cover-up of the coronavirus's true origins.