More proof emerges of Dr. Fauci’s criminal deceit over COVID-19 origins

Dr. Anthony Fauci has been exposed once again for being highly dishonest and covering up his connection to the COVID-19 pandemic, this time thanks to emails uncovered by Senator Rand Paul.

Anyone who has been paying attention in the past few years won’t be the slightest bit surprised to learn that he has been caught on the wrong side of this yet again. The latest emails detail conversations about how samples from the Wuhan lab that we now know was the source of the virus could unlock the genomes of more than 700 coronaviruses – something Dr. Fauci has conveniently never mentioned in press interviews or when being questioned by Congress.

Sen. Paul shared some excerpts from the emails on X, including EcoHealth Alliances Dr. Peter Daszak saying, “we have 15,000 samples in freezers in Wuhan” and “… and could do the full genomes of 700+ CoVs [coronaviruses].”

Paul adds: “Fauci flunky David Morens responds: to remain “silent” but “documenting these things for…your own defense.”

Another quote he shared was “…Tony [Fauci] is now fully aware…and I am told involved in some sort of damage control…”

Paul reportedly received these emails from a whistleblower, and they show a direct link between Fauci and different governmental bodies to the funding of the research that could well have resulted in the creation of the COVID-19 virus.

Fauci’s top aide used his personal email to talk to federal officials to avoid FOIA requests

Morens, who was Fauci’s top aide at the National Institutes of Health, has drawn a lot of suspicion because he switched to his personal email account to communicate with federal officials about the origins of the virus in what is a clear attempt to avoid exposure; his official government work email at the time would have been subjected to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests that could have publicized them.

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He has now been hit with a subpoena requesting emails from his Gmail account, with Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Chair Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) accusing him of using Gmail to “intentionally [subvert] federal transparency laws to shield discussions related to the origins of COVID-19.”

The subpoena demands that Morens turn over personal emails related to COVID-19 and coronavirus grant funding, along with his communications with top health officials such as Fauci and the former director of the NIH, Francis Collins.

Morens admitted to the committee in a previous closed interview that he regularly deletes things he doesn’t “want to see in the New York Times,” adding, “’I always try to communicate over gmail because my NIH email is FOIA’d constantly.”

EcoHealth and the Wuhan Institute of Virology submitted a proposal to federal officials in 2018 in conjunction with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) seeking funding for creating a novel coronavirus. EcoHealth has been accused of using taxpayer money to fund the dangerous gain of function research at the Wuhan lab.

Sen. Paul also said that Fauci frequently made covert visits to the CIA, which is noteworthy because the agency is still officially claiming the virus probably came from animals, in direct opposition to findings by the FBI and the Department of Energy that a lab leak from the lab in Wuhan is the most likely origin. Moreover, an initial assessment by the CIA determined that the lab leak theory was likely correct, but senior CIA officials overruled it for some unknown reason.

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Sen. Paul told the Daily Mail that Fauci’s dishonesty about what he knew has raised his suspicions.

“It makes me think there’s really something there that they’re hiding,” he stated.

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