Many Americans don’t trust Joe Biden’s disgraced chief medical adviser Anthony Fauci due to his long history of hypocrisy, flip-flops, and failed predictions.
Now we are learning what it would take to get Fauci to resign — bring back Trump.
Fauci admitted if President Donald Trump wins the White House again in 2024, he will not serve as chief medical advisor.
“No,” Fauci told CNN’s Jim Acosta about whether he would work with Trump again. “If you look at the history of what the response was during the administration, I think, you know, at best, you can say it wasn’t optimal. History will speak for itself about that.”
Fauci has faced major backlash over a number of alarming public statements to Americans. Recently in April, Fauci told the liberal outlet MSNBC that “you use lockdowns to get people vaccinated.”
This revealed Fauci’s willingness to wreak havoc on the economy and people’s lives by implementing lockdowns to force the vaccine drug into more people’s arms.
“You use lockdowns to get people vaccinated so that when you open up, you won’t have a surge of infections, because you are dealing with an immunologically naive population, to the virus, because they’ve not really been exposed because of the lockdown,” Fauci said.
It’s widely speculated that Fauci will be the subject of an investigation if Republicans regain control of Congress with the upcoming midterm elections in 2022.
Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, “Yes. Yes, we definitely are. If the American people put us back in charge, we are definitely going to do this because we now know without a doubt that Dr. Fauci knew on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 that this thing came from a lab.”
“The top scientists in the country were saying it came from a lab. One scientist says we got the notes now from the conference call on February 1st. One scientist says, ‘I don’t see how this can happen in nature, but it would be easy to do in a lab,’” Jordan explained.
Americans recently learned about Fauci’s involvement in a cover-up scandal following a bombshell report by Vanity Fair.
Leaked emails show that Fauci lied to Americans by downplaying the role played by the Wuhan lab in China as well as the lab leak theory for the origins of the coronavirus. He allowed politics to interfere with the science and the truth.
The House Oversight Committee in Congress confirmed this information in a statement that alleges Dr. Fauci concealed information from Americans.
A new investigative report, published by Vanity Fair, finds that CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield initially told Fauci to vigorously investigate both the lab-leak and natural origins theories of virus in early 2020.
However, Fauci reportedly pushed back against the possibility of the lab leak theory, denouncing it as a conspiracy theory and waging a PR campaign to shut it down.
Former National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins also strongly pushed back against scientists who raised legitimate questions about the origins of the virus.
Dr. Fauci and Collins reportedly believed that the lab leak theory could implicate the NIH’s financial support for the non-governmental group EcoHealth Alliance and risky bat virus research in China.
The investigate report analyzes more than 100,000 internal EcoHealth documents, interviewing five former staff members, and speaking with 33 other sources.
Vanity Fair’s Katherine Eban uncovered how EcoHealth Alliance operated in a world of “murky grant agreements, flimsy oversight, and the pursuit of government funds for scientific advancement, in part by pitching research of steeply escalating risk.”
Republican Rep. James Comer and Jim Jordan say they “want Fauci under oath,” adding that its “time for answers.”
“We’ve released never before seen emails showing Dr. Fauci may have concealed information about #COVID19 originating from the Wuhan lab & intentionally downplayed the lab leak theory,” the statement reads. Here’s a look at Fauci’s emails:
We've released never before seen emails showing Dr. Fauci may have concealed information about #COVID19 originating from the Wuhan lab & intentionally downplayed the lab leak theory. @RepJamesComer & @Jim_Jordan want Fauci under oath. Time for answers. 1/2👇 pic.twitter.com/p8aIBJ3nom
— Oversight Committee Republicans (@GOPoversight) January 11, 2022
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[Vanity Fair’s Katherine Eban’s] report delves deep inside EcoHealth Alliance, showing how the group’s president, Peter Daszak, spent years wooing Fauci — at times literally at D.C. cocktail parties — to win federal support for gain-of-function studies at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese lab central to the lab-leak hypothesis of COVID-19’s origins. Fauci, in turn, worked with Daszak, Collins, and other top virologists to lead a well-documented campaign discrediting the lab-leak theory, all the while never being completely transparent about their potential conflicts of interest should the theory prove true.
Under Fauci’s tenure at NIAID, EcoHealth Alliance received a $3.7 million federal grant in 2014 to study the potential for a deadly new coronavirus to emerge from wild bats in China. The group partnered with the Wuhan Institute of Virology, sub-awarding the lab $600,000 in federal funds, to collect virus samples from bats and analyze them.
In early 2020, the deadly COVID-19 pandemic would be traced back to a seafood market in Wuhan, China, near where the lab is located. Early analysis suggested that the SARS-CoV-2 virus was 96.2% similar to a previously discovered bat coronavirus, which led many scientists to believe the most likely origin for COVID-19 was that it hopped from bats to humans, possibly through an intermediary animal. However, an animal host for SARS-CoV-2 was never discovered. And unique features of the virus led some of the world’s top virologists, including those associated with Fauci, to raise the possibility that it was laboratory-engineered.
The fundamental questions concerning COVID-19 are whether EcoHealth Alliance paid for gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab — experiments that make viruses deadlier and more infectious to humans — and whether Chinese scientists, either with federal funding from EcoHealth Alliance or on their own, engineered the SARS-CoV-2 virus before it somehow escaped the laboratory and caused a global pandemic, killing more than six million people.
After the pandemic began, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Dr. Robert Redfield asked those questions.
“I personally felt it wasn’t biologically plausible that [SARS CoV-2] went from bats to humans through an [intermediate] animal and became one of the most infectious viruses to humans,” he told Vanity Fair.
As the Chinese government worked to cover up the spread of COVID-19 in late 2019 and through the new year, Trump administration officials desperately sought to learn how the pandemic started. Redfield was aware of a 2015 gain-of-function study funded by EcoHealth Alliance and published by Wuhan lab scientist Dr. Zhengli Shi with University of North Carolina virus expert Dr. Ralph Baric. The study had shown it was possible to manipulate a SARS-like bat coronavirus in a laboratory setting so that it would infect human cells, which researchers believed showed the danger that such a virus could naturally evolve to threaten humans.
The gain-of-function experiments were carried out in Baric’s laboratory in North Carolina, but the Chinese scientists had learned his techniques. Redfield questioned whether scientists in Wuhan had gone on to carry out gain-of-function experiments on their own, at a laboratory with insufficient security and little international oversight. Could that be where COVID-19 came from?