It only took the big Silicon Valley social media companies two stories on this blog to ban me. Both stories focused on Covid-19 being released from the bio lab in Wuhan back in March 2020.
Well now with the release of thousand of pages of emails from White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci on Wednesday it appears the Wuhan lab release is a very credible possibility.
“Big Tech was censoring posts about the Wuhan lab leak. The media was calling people who talked about the Wuhan lab leak conspiracy theorists,” House Minority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) tweeted. “All while Fauci himself was emailing about COVID-19 possibly leaking from the Wuhan lab. Let that sink in.”
Many GOP lawmakers, including Sen Rand Paul, who have questioned Fauci in the past, are now calling for him to step down or be fired for his actions. Paul tweeted Wednesday: “Told you” followed by an emoji of a pair of eyes and the hashtag, “#firefauci”
In the emails Fauci is discussing with colleagues in Jan. 2020 — before CoVid-19 was even on the public’s radar — how the virus could not have come from the wet market. Yet, Fauci covered up that information because his organization was partially funding the research at the Wuhan lab.
What makes matters even worse was that Fauci did not disclose this information to the Trump administration, according to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.
“Part of the troubling thing that we’re seeing with these emails that are coming out is, not only do they seem to correspond with what President Trump said and what [then-] Secretary [of State Mike] Pompeo said in terms of the origins of the virus,” Meadows told Sean Hannity, “but it indicates that Dr. Fauci had knowledge, or at least a suspicion, of things not happening in an evolutionary manner very early on, and he didn’t share that … That’s very troubling and something that we do need to get to the bottom of.”
There needs to be a full Congressional hearing on this to ascertain what Fauci knew and when he knew it. This issue makes Fauci’s lie about not needing masks early on so medical people could have them pale in comparison.