The WUHAN Institute of Virology is a story of cover-ups, half-truths, and half-lies, and now the plot is starting to thicken with some recent events related to Dr. Anthony Fauci. Apparently, the good doctor has a friendship with someone who has a nonprofit with close ties to the lab. Additionally, this central figure is involved in bat research at the Wuhan Institute, and this individual thanked the doctor after he made a public dismissal of the possibility that COVID-19 had escaped from their lab.
This newest revelation was revealed because there were over 3,000 emails obtained by BuzzFeed News as a requirement from the Freedom of Information Act. This newsgroup had sought some of Dr. Fauci’s emails.
News that people close to researchers at the Wuhan lab saw this action from Dr. Fauci as praiseworthy comes on the heels of the fact that the Wuhan lab leak theory continues to gain steam. Indeed, it seems that no matter what officials with the Wuhan seem to do, they cannot stop this lab leak theory from gaining some serious traction. What was once debunked as nothing more than a conspiracy theory is now seen as more and more possible each day.
One of the most telling things that this video shows would that of the “bat man”, Dr. Peter Daszak, messaging Dr. Fauci on April 18, 2020, and he was thanking him for not mentioning at a presidential press briefing the day prior that the evidence was “totally consistent” with a virus that was jumping from an infected animal to a human being.
EcoHealth Alliance is the same nonprofit that has been regularly given taxpayer money by the National Institutes of Health for the purpose of sending to the Wuhan lab for the purpose of studying the presence of the coronavirus in bats. It was probably very bittersweet for Dr. Fauci, that is for sure.
“I just wanted to express my sincere and deepest gratitude to you on behalf of our staff and our collaborators for making a public stand and stating that the science actually supports COVID-19 coming from a natural origin where there was a bat-to-human spillover, and not one of those things where you are blaming the Wuhan Institute of Virology,” Daszak wrote in the email to his colleague.
“From my perspective, your comments are brave, and coming from your trusted voice, will help dispel the myths being spun around the virus’ origins,” he added.
Daszak also barked about Fox News reporters inquiring about the grant and research.
Fauci responded, “Peter: Many thanks for your kind note. Best regards, Tony.”
Of course, this note comes on the heels of the fact that Daszak admitted last March that he was involved in the WHO investigative team and he and his colleagues had just accepted what they had told them about COVID-19 regarding the immediate aftermath of the virus outbreak.
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