Two Words Put Fauci in Hot Seat

No wonder President Trump got nowhere in fighting against the scamdemic. The top fraud at NIH, namely Fauci the Fraud, cut Trump off at the knees.

And behind Trump’s back.

New emails, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, expose the working relationship between China, the WuFlu culprit, and Dr. Fauci- America’s “leading virus authority.”

The Washington Post was first to expose the cozy exchange:

“I saw the Science interview, how could I say such a word ‘big mistake’ about others? That was journalist’s wording. Hope you understand,” Gao wrote to Fauci March 28, 2020.

“Lets work together to get the virus out of the earth,” he added.

“I understand completely. No problem,” Fauci responded. “We will get through this together.”

On April 8, 2020, Gao wrote, “I saw some news (hope it is fake) that [you] are being attacked by some people. Hope you are well under such a irrational situation.”

Fauci wrote back three days later. “Thank you for your kind note. All is well despite some crazy people in this world.”

Of course, these emails are benign on the surface. But what makes them especially disturbing is the fact that Trump already told us China was to blame for the covid-19 outbreak. One would think Fauci, who supposedly has America’s best interest at heart, would steer clear of the people responsible.

Instead, the WuHan lab leak was laughed at, mocked as conspiracy theory. Only now is intelligence starting to vindicate the president.

Yet, long time critics of Dr. Fauci were quick to add their two cents. Or shall I say two words?

As Rand Paul tweeted: Told ya!

Paul doesn’t mince words when it comes to his criticisms of Dr. Fraudci.

As Fox News adds:

Paul has repeatedly criticized Fauci on social media and in interviews for his comments on herd immunity, wearing masks even after getting the COVID-19 vaccine and his dismissal of a theory suggesting COVID-19 may have originated from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China that has gained more credibility among members of the media in recent weeks despite early snubbing of the idea.

Paul has also condemned Fauci’s claim made during a May 25 congressional hearing that a $600,000 federal grant from NIAID did not directly fund the lab’s gain of function research, which is research that involves modifying a virus to make it more infectious among humans.

The grant went to a group called EcoHealth Alliance, which then paid the Wuhan Institute of Virology to study the risk that bat coronaviruses could infect humans.

Francis Collins, the director of NIH, said earlier in the hearing that the taxpayer-funded grant to EcoHealth and the Wuhan Institute of Virology was not approved to conduct gain of function research.

Some Republicans, including Paul, maintain that NIAID money under Fauci’s purview did in fact go to the Wuhan Institute of Virology to conduct gain of function research, which raises ethical, safety and security concerns, according to some politicians and scientists.

Dispelling Myths

Ironically, some emails thank Dr. Fauci for “dispelling myths” regarding the spread of the WuFlu.

Fox explains:

In an April 17 email obtained by the outlet, Fauci said coronavirus mutations that led to COVID-19 are “totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human” rather than a lab leak.

Peter Daszak, president of EcoHealth, personally thanked Fauci for supporting “evidence” that COVID-19 came from an animal rather than the Wuhan lab in an April 18, 2020, emails obtained by Buzzfeed show.

“I just wanted to say a personal thank you on behalf of our staff and collaborators, for publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for COVID-19 from a bat-to-human spillover, not a lab release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology,” Daszak wrote to Fauci.

He praised the NIAID director’s comments as “brave,” saying they will “help dispel the myths being spun around the virus’s origins.”

“Many thanks for your kind note,” Fauci responded.

But Rand Paul highlighted Fauci’s flip-flops from the get-go.

“Fauci acknowledged that a gain of function super virus could escape a lab and cause a pandemic, but that it is worth the risk. His naïveté should disqualify him from government service,” Paul wrote in a May 28 tweet responding to Fauci’s comments during the House Appropriations Committee subcommittee hearing.

Clearly, Fauci crafted his medical advice around pop culture. Wear masks, don’t wear masks, add goggles to the masks, masks won’t help. The contradictions are countless.

Yet, at the end of the day, it’s not the contradictions that are so disturbing. Instead, it’s the spirit in which Fauci clearly operates. And it’s not one of “America first.” Or even “humanity first.” Clearly, Fauci operates under an umbrella of self-interest.

The Post wrote about the 866-page discovery:

The released emails show that Fauci indeed tried to answer many queries, sometimes hitting “send” well after midnight. And even as Trump ratcheted up attacks on China for not containing the virus after it was first discovered there, Fauci sought to maintain ties with Gao, a well-regarded Chinese scientific leader — and Gao with him.

In other words, Fauci was gearing up for a game of “you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours.” And the safety of the American people was never the priority. Maybe because Fauci knew we were never in the kind of danger he pretended to protect us from.

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