90 Miles From Tyranny : NIH Docs Confirm Fauci Lied to Rand Paul About US Funding of Gain-of-Function Research at Wuhan

Friday, October 22, 2021

NIH Docs Confirm Fauci Lied to Rand Paul About US Funding of Gain-of-Function Research at Wuhan

Fauci Lied, People Died...

In a letter sent today, October 20, Representative James Comer (R- KY), The National Institutes of Health (NIH) confirmed that Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergens and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), lied to Senator Rand Paul during a hearing on May 11th, 2021.

During that hearing Fauci stated in no uncertain terms, that the NIH nor the NIAID ever funded gain of function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Fauci has stuck to that story even as mounting evidence convincingly contradicted those statements. Here at RedState, we have led the story regarding gain-of-function research and were among the first media outlets to accurately report that Fauci lied during that interaction. The NIH letter specifically discusses genomic studies of bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
“It is important to state at the onset that the published genomic data demonstrate that the bat coronaviruses studied under the NIH grant to EcoHealth Alliance, Inc. and subward to the Wuhan Institute of Virology are not and could not have become SARS-CoV-2. Both the progress report and the analysis attached here again confirms that conclusion, as the sequences of the viruses are genetically very distant.”
Yet later in the letter it states that the progress report with that very data was not submitted by EcoHealth Alliance, headed by the dubious Dr. Peter Daszak, until August 2021. One could assume that the EcoHealth Alliance would never knowingly implicate themselves in what has amounted to global genocide. For the NIH to simply be taking the word of EcoHealth Alliance, which is headed by a man who has knowingly lied to the world about his role in the research that may have led to the creation of this virus, is downright alarming.

To add further fuel to the fire, the NIH letter also confirmed that EcoHealth Alliance was also in violations of the terms of their grant.
“The research plan was reviewed by the NIH in advance of funding, and determined that it did not fit the definition of research involving enhanced pathogens of pandemic potential (ePPP) because these bat coronaviruses had not been shown to infect humans. As such, the research was not subject to departmentmental review under the...

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