(TeaParty.org Exclusive) – When the Republicans take control of Congress after the midterm elections, Dr. Fauci had better get his ducks in a row. There’s going to be investigations and rightfully so.
Two years since the COVID pandemic took over the world, Dr. Fauci is still working to fund “Chinese colleagues” that just might have been responsible for the entire pandemic to begin with.
During Senate testimony on Thursday, Fauci revealed that he has no plans to stop funding biomedical research in China when questioned by GOP Sen. Roger Marshall.
Referencing the “productive, peer-reviewed, highly regarded research projects” with Chinese virologists, Fauci said, “I don’t think I’d be able to tell you that we are going to stop funding [the] Chinese,” the Washington Examiner reported.
Marshall pressed Fauci on whether the public has access to all records and studies from EcoHealth Alliance’s research being done in China.
Fauci responded that “we have access to an extraordinary amount of information that has gone there,” but he did admit that no one completely knows “everything that’s going on in China.”
Additionally, Fauci told the Senate committee last week that COVID’s most likely origin is a “natural occurrence,” in an ongoing effort to cover-up the fact that it was actually leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“This is very, very likely a jumping species from an animal host, perhaps through an intermediate host, into a human species, which then spread throughout the human population, certainly, almost certainly, originating in China in Wuhan,” Fauci said.
If Republicans dominate the midterm elections like they’re expected to, the GOP is ready to investigate why Fauci and other scientists continue to cover-up the origins of COVID after previously acknowledging the truth.
In a video posted to his YouTube channel on Monday, Marshall talked with GOP Rep. Jim Jordan about “the Fauci COVID Cover Up.”
“I’m hoping the Senate is going to be in Republican hands. We’re hoping the House is going to be that way as well. And we’re already talking about a joint-type of investigation we can do because the country deserves the truth,” Jordan said.
The two discussed scientists’ responses to the theory that the virus was leaked from a Wuhan lab, particularly the 11 scientists who partook in a conference call with Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins on Feb. 1, 2020.
Prior to retiring in 2021, Collins was head of the National Institutes of Health.
If the GOP takes control of Congress, Jordan wants to get those 11 scientists, along with Fauci and Collins, to give sworn testimony as soon as possible.
“We want to find out what exactly Dr. Fauci and Dr. Collins may have had to say on that particular phone call. So that’s how you start investigations,” Jordan said. “You don’t bring in Fauci for a deposition right away. You start by looking at these folks who were on the call, get all the documents you can in unredacted form – so that’s something that needs to happen.”
Jordan says that after reading the emails and other correspondents before and after the Feb. 1 call, he believes all 11 scientists, Fauci, and Collins knew the lab-leak theory was perfectly plausible.
“The key is, we know or we’re convinced that Dr. Fauci, Dr. Collins, and others knew right from the get-go that this thing most likely came from the lab, and I think they took real concerted steps to make sure the country didn’t get that information,” Jordan said.
The majority of the scientists agreed that COVID was a naturally-occurring virus and even signed a much-publicized letter stating such. After the letter, the lab-leak theory was considered a conspiracy theory.
Despite the appearance of solidarity, notes that Jordan and Marshall have reviewed from the participants in the phone call show that some had expressed serious reservations with the idea that the virus developed naturally.
As part of their investigations, the Congressmen hope to uncover whether or not there was financial pressure put on the scientists to set aside their professional skepticism and push the natural origin theory.
“Marshall wrote in February that the authors of those letters have collectively received hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding, arguing that ‘a failure to carry water for Collins and Fauci certainly could have resulted in new grants being reduced or even pulled back,’” the Examiner noted.
It’s about time to get to the bottom of this once and for all.
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