Anthony Fauci was caught lying yet again this time thanks to a FOIA obtained by The Intercept. The 282 page document proves that when Fauci told Senator Rand Paul that he knew nothing about gain of function research at the Wuhan lab he was lying.
On July 20 Sen. Rand Paul went toe-to-toe with Fraudci, I mean Fauci, about gain-of-function research that has been occurring at the Wuhan lab where Covid is believed to have originated. “With all due respect Senator, you don’t know what you’re talking about,” Fauci yelled, coming rather unglued when Sen. Paul confronted him.
However, Anthony Fauci, head of NIH, is the one who doesn’t know what he’s talking about. The documents that were obtained seem to show that Fauci was caught lying about the gain-of-function testing. Senator Paul insists that the new documents only aid his accusations that Fauci lied to congress about funding gain-of-function viral research in China.
Even White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki is running away from questions about Fauci.
According to The Intercept:
One of the grants, titled ” Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence,” outlines an ambitious effort led by EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak to screen thousands of bat samples for novel coronaviruses. The research also involved screening people who work with live animals. The documents contain several critical details about the research in Wuhan, including the fact that key experimental work with humanized mice was conducted at a biosafety level 3 lab at Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment — and not at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, as was previously assumed. The documents raise additional questions about the theory that the pandemic may have begun in a lab accident, an idea that Daszak has aggressively dismissed.
The bat coronavirus grant provided the EcoHealth Alliance with a total of $3.1 million, including $599,000 that the Wuhan Institute of Virology used in part to identify and alter bat coronaviruses likely to infect humans. Even before the pandemic, many scientists were concerned about the potential dangers associated with such experiments. The grant proposal acknowledges some of those dangers: “Fieldwork involves the highest risk of exposure to SARS or other CoVs, while working in caves with high bat density overhead and the potential for fecal dust to be inhaled.”