Dr. Fauci was desperate to cover up one particular theory about the origins of COVID.
So Dr. Fauci worked with several researchers on a huge project in hopes of misleading Americans.
But those efforts completely failed.
In the early days of the pandemic, Dr. Anthony Fauci worked with a group of scientists whose goal was, according to at least one of them, to “disprove” the Wuhan lab-leak theory.
Fauci had helped fund gain-of-function research of bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, so he had every reason to prove that COVID did not originate from the Wuhan lab.
“Fauci, who at the time was director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, worked alongside others, including National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, Wellcome Trust director Jeremy Farrar, Scripps Research’s Kristian Andersen and Dutch Virologist Ron Fouchier to investigate early evidence on the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic, emails obtained by journalist Jimmy Tobias revealed. On Feb. 8, 2020, Andersen wrote in an email that the group’s work was ‘focused on trying to disprove any type of lab theory,’” the Daily Caller reported.
Following their origins investigation, Kristian Andersen from Scripps Research became the lead author of the paper titled, “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2,” which was quoted thousands of times by the mainstream media and viewed over 6 million times, according to The Intercept.
The NIH claimed the lab-created viruses funded by Americans taxpayer dollars were too dissimilar from COVID-19 and were not the cause of the pandemic.
The conclusion of the paper was “…it is currently impossible to prove or disprove the other theories of its origin described here. However, since we observed all notable SARS-CoV-2 features, including the optimized RBD and polybasic cleavage site, in related coronaviruses in nature, we do not believe that any type of laboratory-based scenario is plausible.”
Several of the other co-authors of “Proximal Origin” were in touch with Fauci in the weeks prior to the paper’s publication, and while many of them initially seemed supportive of the lab-leak theory, they abruptly changed their tune around this time they’d been in contact with Fauci.
“Our main work over the last couple of weeks has been focused on trying to disprove any type of lab theory, but we are at a crossroad where the scientific evidence isn’t conclusive enough to say that we have high confidence in any of the three main theories considered,” Anderson wrote in the Feb. 8th email.
When Andersen told Fauci that Nature Medicine had accepted “Proximal Origin” for publication, Fauci was pleased.
“Nice job on the paper,” Fauci said.
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