Memo Shows Fauci Behind Publishing Paper Debunking Lab-Leak Theory

Dr. Anthony Fauci

That feeling many Americans get that makes them want to shower after watching or listening to Dr. Anthony Fauci oozing his trademark smarm is not unwarranted. Whether he is a soulless human being, history may affirm. Regardless, his record is as jagged as they come on the CCP virus. 

According to National Review, “Dr. Fauci commissioned a scientific study that purported to debunk the hypothesis that Covid escaped from a laboratory in Wuhan, China, according to emails released by House Republicans.”

Further, “The GOP-led House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic revealed that the nation’s leading epidemiologist in February 2020 directed and approved a paper titled, ‘The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2,’ which he later cited to cast the lab-leak theory as a myth.”

Wuhan Institute of Virology

So, knowing a “lab leak” would harm his narrative, he commissioned a study debunking the lab-leak theory and then cited “his” study to debunk the theory. If you’re having trouble keeping up, you’re not alone. This “little elf,” as FL. Gov. Ron DeSantis once accurately described the charlatan, has been on both sides of nearly every CCP virus issue. 

Charlie Kirk tweeted, “Wow! New emails uncovered by House Republicans expose a plot by Fauci to debunk the Wuhan lab leak theory. Ask yourself, why was Fauci so motivated to spend US taxpayer money to spread misinformation and cover up the truth about the origin of the virus.”


Why would “the Science” not want to know the truth about the science?

According to a memo, during a call Fauci held with “several scientists” about the CCP virus release origins, they told him the virus may have escaped during a lab leak “and may have been genetically engineered.”

A few days later, four of those scientists “drafted a research document…” which they “forwarded to Fauci for editing and approval.” Despite the “lab leak” theories presented during the call, the paper debunking the lab leak theory was published in Nature Medicine. 

The paper supported an animal-to-human transmission explanation, precisely as Fauci wanted. 

Dr. Kristin Andersen, one of the scientists, admitted “to Nature” that “Fauci ‘prompted’ the paper’s drafting… to ‘disprove’ the lab-leak theory.”     

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