Fauci Denies ‘Gain Of Function’ Funding During Testy Congressional Exchange With Sen. Rand Paul

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Must watch exchange between Anthony Fauci and Senator Rand Paul on whether the NIH (National Institutes of Health) funded ‘gain of function’ research. Rand Paul asks directly whether the NIH funded gain of function research and Fauci says no. However, the exchange gets a little twisted. Fauci acknowledges a similar type of work occurring in a lab in North Carolina by Dr. Barrett but appears to be trying to state it is a different type of gain of function research? Unsure… Fauci says that the doctor in question does not conduct gain of function research, and IF HE DOES, it is in line with guidelines… So, Dr. Fauci, Dr. Barrett might in fact be conducting gain of function research, but is in line with “guidelines.” Gain of function research was prohibited by the U.S. Congress in 2015.

Full Rand Paul – Fauci Exchange below:

Very troubling information has now been written concerning Fauci’s (and the NIH’s) ties to the Wuhan bio lab and how funding was funneled from NIH via EcoHealth, a private entity, to the Wuhan lab to continue gain of function research there, when it was made illegal to conduct in the U.S. This funding continued until it was discovered by President Trump in April 2020 and finally cut off. A Washington Post columnist has stated that a Wuhan Lab Investigation Would Expose Fauci, U.S. Taxpayer Funding of CCP Virus.

AND Magazine has previously published information regarding Fauci’s ties to the Chinese government and the CCP.

What has perhaps largely escaped the attention of the average American to date, however, has been the relationship between the Chinese Communist Party and Dr. Fauci, self-proclaimed patron saint of lockdowns and our “only hope” against the deadly scourge of the ongoing pandemic. The exact nature of that relationship has not yet fully been revealed perhaps, but what we do know certainly suggests strongly that somebody else ought to be giving us advice on how to navigate this crisis.

During the timeframe that Fauci was funneling money to the Wuhan lab, it now seems that Chinese military personnel were also present in the lab and conducting work on animal viruses, presumably for the purpose of developing biological weapons. This work apparently had the particular purpose of identifying new diseases found in nature, which could infect humans. Work at the Wuhan lab also attracted the attention of the U.S. State Department during this time period. Reporting from the Department of State raised concerns about risky ‘gain of function” experiments to manipulate coronaviruses at the Wuhan lab.

Fauci’s Troubling Ties To Wuhan Lab, Charles Sam Faddis, ANDmagazine.com

How will Dr. Fauci’s Congressional testimony age? It remains to be seen…

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