Covid King Dr Fauci: Master of Lies and Deception By Chris Knight (Florida)

The latest regarding Covid king, Dr Fauci, is that it has been shown that while he dismissed the Covid lab leak hypothesis, he had also commissioned a “scientific” paper to discredit the hypothesis; heads he wins, tails you lose. This is according to evidence given by the US House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. And Fauci constantly maintained that the lab leak hypothesis was false, even though he was told by colleagues that the Covid-19 virus had “unusual features” that “(potentially) look engineered.” Fauci was the face of the Covid plandemic, and all that came such as mask wearing and lockdowns. Yet, he seems to have walked away from any responsibility for what he has done, despite noise being made by some Republicans that he will be prosecuted. Yeah, like Hillary Clinton’s emails.

This is not a mere US issue, but had impacted upon Australia, which copied what was done in the US, and unfortunately, communist China.

“Former White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci repeatedly dismissed concerns that the COVID-19 pandemic began with a lab leak in Wuhan, China — after he commissioned a paper to “disprove” the theory, according to newly released emails.

The House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic released evidence Sunday that Fauci ordered, helped to edit, and gave final approval to a paper titled “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2,” which was published on Feb. 17, 2020. Exactly two months later, Fauci used that same publication to wave away concerns that the virus might have come from a Chinese facility.

Fauci, then director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, pointed reporters on April 17, 2020, to a paper by “a group of highly qualified evolutionary virologists” published in Nature Medicine that showed the coronavirus had “mutations” that were “totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human.”


Fauci also told the White House press corps that “the paper will be available. I don’t have the authors right now, but we can make it available to you.”

One of the paper’s co-authors, Dr. Kristian Andersen, said Fauci and then-National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins were two of several big scientific names who “prompted” him to write the study to debunk the lab leak theory, according to a cover email submitted with the article to Nature Medicine on Feb. 12, 2020.

“There has been a lot of speculation, fear-mongering, and conspiracies put forward in this space. [This paper was] prompted by … Tony Fauci, and Francis Collins,” Andersen wrote.

Sunday’s email release by the GOP-controlled House select committee calls into question repeated statements made by Fauci to members of Congress and the media during the pandemic — especially regarding the NIH funding of gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

In a high-profile clash during a July 2021 hearing, Fauci told Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) that “you do not know what you’re talking about, quite frankly,” when asked about his involvement with the research.

Last week, Paul’s wife, Kelley, claimed Fauci repeatedly lied to Congress about the issue, tweeting: “He knew NIH and NIAID money was sent to Wuhan via intermediary EcoHealth Alliance.”

In January 2022, Paul and Fauci were at loggerheads again over a Feb. 1, 2020, conference call convened by Fauci, Collins and at least 11 other scientists — four of whom put their names on a first draft of the “Proximal Origins” paper to Fauci and Collins three days later.

“Did you communicate with the five scientists who wrote the opinion piece in Nature, where they were describing, ‘Oh, there’s no way this could have come from a lab’?” asked Paul at the time.

“That was not me,” Fauci answered Paul. “You keep distorting the truth. It is stunning how you do that.”

However, Andersen suggested otherwise on Feb. 8, 2020, when he emailed a contact at the German Center for Infection Research: “Our main work over the last couple of weeks has been focused on trying to disprove any type of lab theory.”

Sometimes, Fauci has seemed to give the bare minimum of credence to the lab leak theory. In June 2021, for example, he told podcaster Kara Swisher that the theory was “a possibility. I think it’s a very, very, very, very remote possibility — but it’s a possibility.”

However, Fauci then changed tack in the same interview when asked about evidence supporting the lab theory, saying: “I haven’t seen it because I’m not sure it exists.”

Often, Fauci appeared to conflate the lab leak theory with the more extreme proposal that the virus was man-made.

“The idea, I think, is quite far-fetched that the Chinese deliberately engineered something so that they could kill themselves, as well as other people. I think that’s a bit far out,” he told CNN weeks before he spoke to Swisher.

However, emails published by Buzzfeed News in June 2021 showed that Andersen warned Fauci on Jan. 31, 2020 that the novel coronavirus had “unusual features” that “(potentially) look engineered.”

The next day, Fauci and Collins convened their conference call, apparently setting in motion the Nature Medicine article.

Meanwhile, emails made public in January 2022 show the same day that Fauci reassured the White House press corps about COVID origins, he also talked to Collins about the lab leak theory.

“Wondering if there is something NIH can do to help put down this very destructive conspiracy, with what seems to be growing momentum,” Collins had emailed Fauci on April 16, 2020. “I hoped the Nature Medicine article on the genomic sequence of SARS-CoV-2 would settle this. But probably didn’t get much visibility. Anything more we can do?”

“I would not do anything about this right now,” Fauci answered on the morning of April 17. “It is a shiny object that will go away in times [sic].”

On April 18, 2020, the president of EcoHealth Alliance, which redirected millions of taxpayer dollars to the Wuhan lab, emailed Fauci “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.”

“From my perspective,” Peter Daszak added, “your comments are brave, and coming from your trusted voice, will help dispel the myths being spun around the virus’s origins.”

“Many thanks for your kind note,” Fauci wrote back the next day.

As recently as last week, after reports emerged that the Energy Department had assessed with “low confidence” that the virus emerged from a lab, Fauci couldn’t bring himself to address the prospect in-depth, telling the Boston Globe: “I don’t see any data for a lab leak. That doesn’t mean it couldn’t have happened.”



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