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Fauci Just Accidentally Admitted To Communist China Collaboration!

He didn’t even have to say it out loud…

It turns out that Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease, probably admitted to collaborating with Chinese communists.

After being verbally pummeled by Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul during a Senate hearing in May, Dr. Anthony Fauci rushed off to talk about the senator behind his back, and in doing so, he slipped up in an interesting way.

During an interview, that afternoon with the fact-challenged “fact-checker” PolitiFact, the top White House medical advisor and National Institutes of Health director called Paul’s line of questioning “preposterous.”

He claimed, “That’s actually preposterous. It was just unfortunate that he said that. It was said in an accusatory way that just made no sense and was not based on any fact at all.”

He added that the senator’s accusation that the NIH had funded research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, which is where some suspect the coronavirus was created and then later leaked from, was “the most ridiculous, majestic leap I’ve ever heard of.”

“In a very minor collaboration, as part of a subcontract of a grant, we had a collaboration with some Chinese commu … uh, Chinese scientists,” he told PolitiFact, admitting that there was at least some veracity to the senator’s claim.

It’s clear he’d almost said Chinese communists, which would have been correct. Yet he changed it a second later. Why?

“He conflated that … therefore we were involved in creating the virus, which is the most ridiculous, majestic leap I’ve ever heard of,” he then added.

Sources: Welovetrump, Newsyahoo, Nationalreview



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