New emails show Fauci commissioned paper to disprove Wuhan lab leak theory
New emails exposed by House Republicans Dr. Kovid-19 epidemic investigation. Anthony reveals Fauci’s treacherous nature.
They show that he “inspired” or commissioned — and had final approval of — a scientific paper written specifically in February 2020 to disprove the theory that the virus leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China. was
Eight weeks later, Fauci stood at a White House press conference with President Trump and cited that paper as evidence that the lab leak theory was improbable when he had nothing to do with it and did not know the authors.
“There was a recent study,” he told reporters on April 17, 2020, when asked if the virus could have come from a Chinese lab, “where a group of highly qualified evolutionary virologists looked at sequences from… bats. in when they evolved and the changes it took to get to the point where it is now is completely consistent with a species jump from an animal to a human being.
“So, the paper will be available. I don’t have the authors right now, but we can make it available to you.”
The paper, titled “The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2,” was sent to Fauci for editing and again for final approval in draft form before publication in Nature Medicine on February 17, 2020.
It was written four days after Fauci, and his NIH boss Francis Collins, had a call with the four authors to discuss reports that COVID-19 may have leaked from a Wuhan lab and was “deliberately genetically modified.” has been manipulated”.
The House Oversight Subcommittee on Sunday published emails in which the paper’s co-author Dr. Christian Andersen admits that Fauci “prompted” him to write the paper with the goal of “proving” the lab leak theory.
On February 12, 2020, Anderson submitted the paper to Nature Medicine with a cover email: “There is a lot of speculation, fear-mongering and conspiracies in this space. [This paper was] Inspired by Jeremy Farah [sic]Tony Fauci and Frances Collins”.
Farrar, then head of British non-profits, Wellcome Trustwho has historic ties to the pharmaceutical industry and the Gates Foundation, was awarded the plum role of chief scientist at the World Health Organization last December.
On the day the “Proximal Origins” paper was published, e-mails show that Farrar pushed for an important change: “Sorry to micromanage/microedit! But would you be willing to change one sentence?”
Farrar’s change was to replace the word “impossible” with “impossible” in a statement about the origin of the lab leak, so it would read: “It is impossible that SARS-CoV-2 emerged through laboratory manipulation of an existing SARS-related coronavirus. “
Improbable means too unlikely to inspire belief; Unbelievable, even ridiculous.
That’s what Fauci and friends wanted us to think about the lab leak theory that seemed plausible from the “get-go,” as one dissenting scientist put it at the time, and looks more plausible by the day.
The question of why Fauci went to such lengths to obscure the origins of Covid-19 is a key focus of the GOP-led committee.
While they’re at it, they’ve got the Biden administration’s new “US negotiator for pandemic agreement“At WHO, Ambassador Pamela Hamamoto, a former campaign bundler and Hawaii schoolmate of Barack Obama.
What are they trying to hide?