Fauci Removes All Doubt That He Has Something To Hide

Dr. Fauci was invited this week to come and testify to a forum reviewing the potential sources of covid-19. Fauci, who is under fire for possibly perjuring himself during his previous testimony, has said no to the invitation from Republican lawmakers.

“The left-wing media said it was ‘fringe conspiracy theory,’ tech companies censored it, activists pretending to be doctors dismissed it and Democrats sidelined it, but there is increasing evidence that Communist China created the pandemic, censored it, and is responsible for the deaths of over 600,000 Americans,” Ranking Member of the Select Subcommittee on the Covid-19 Crisis, Steve Scalise along with House Oversight Committee Ranking Member James Comer said in a comment about the forum.

“Even with Pelosi’s efforts to create distractions and cover this up, the American people must know the truth and are awaiting accountability, and House Republicans will work on getting these answers.”

“The American public deserve to understand the truth, even if Democrats refuse to seek it,” they said.

Recently published emails from Dr. Fauci and gotten through a Freedom of Information Act reveal he was informed in Jan. 2020 that the virus seemed like it was “engineered” in a biolab.

“On a phylogenetic tree it seems completely normal and the dense clustering with bats could mean that bats served as its reservoir. The unusual features of the virus are a very small part of the genome (<0.1%) so one must look closely at all the sequences to understand that some of the features (possibly) look engineered,” NIH researcher Kristian Andersen stated on Jan. 31 of last year.

Fauci kept downplaying the lab theory through his official White House briefings and for over a year, Facebook censored news on the issue. He also denied funding gain-of-function research in China’s Wuhan Virology Institute through NIH grants. A number of lawmakers, including Dr. Rand Paul, are now calling on him to resign his position.

Author: Blake Ambrose