A whistleblower just revealed how Dr. Fauci participated in one massive conspiracy
Dr. Anthony Fauci wants to retire in December before a potential Republican takeover in Congress.
But that isn’t going to spare Dr. Fauci from having to answer questions.
And a whistleblower just revealed how Dr. Fauci participated in one massive conspiracy.
Former Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director, Dr. Robert Redfield, said in an interview that Dr. Fauci participated in a conspiracy to cover up evidence that the coronavirus leaked out of the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Communist China.
“Tony and I are friends, but we don’t agree on this at all,” Redfield said in an interview with writer Paul D. Thacker. “The potential for conspiracy is really on the other side. The conspiracy is Collins, Fauci, and the established scientific community that has acted in an antithetical way to science.”
Dr. Fauci repeated the baseless claim that the coronavirus jumped from bats to humans in a Wuhan biolab.
Redfield said the evidence did not line up with Dr. Fauci’s claim.
“I told Tony that I’m very concerned that he was championing this theory that it came from animals, but there is another theory: that it came from a laboratory,” Redfield continued.
Critics suspect Dr. Fauci worked so hard to suppress the lab leak origin story because of his role in funding gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Redfield told Thacker that Dr. Fauci lied to Congress when he said that the National Institute of Health never funded gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology and that he made a major mistake in attacking members of Congress who called him out.
“Yes, he clearly misled Congress,” Redfield said.
Redfield explained that Fauci was on thin ice by claiming the National Institute of Health never funded gain of function research, as the evidence clearly shows that is exactly what happened.
“I think this is where Tony may have overplayed his hand when he was so aggressive with Congress, saying that he was never involved in funding gain of function research,” Redfield added. “There’s too much evidence that’s just not true.”
Dr. Fauci’s early retirement will not save him from having to answer these questions.
Republicans promised that if they win back Congress, they will hold hearings into the origins of the coronavirus and the role Dr. Fauci played in funding gain of function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.