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Fauci And Collins Dismissed Prominent Scientists Who Endorsed Lab-Leak Theory, Emails Show


“Early in the pandemic, multiple scientists urged NIAID Director Anthony Fauci and NIH Director Francis Collins to seriously consider the theory that Covid escaped from a Chinese laboratory, arguing that the lab-leak theory, which Fauci and Collins have downplayed since the pandemic began, was more plausible than the natural origin explanation.” [Source:]


With the coronavirus lab-leak theory being taken increasingly seriously, including even in the mainstream media, over 900 pages of materials describing U.S. taxpayer-funded coronavirus research carried out in China prior to the pandemic were recently released following a freedom of information lawsuit by The Intercept. The documents provide disturbing details of viral and bat research conducted at the controversial Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Particularly notably, the papers contain grant proposals funded by the U.S. National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a government body headed by the notorious Anthony Fauci, as well as project updates relating to research organized by the EcoHealth Alliance, a New York-based outfit led by the equally controversial Peter Daszak. A British zoologist with close links to the Wuhan Institute, Daszak’s name appears hundreds of times in the documents. Significantly, the work described includes the screening of thousands of bat samples for novel coronaviruses, and experiments on humanized mice with the goal of testing which coronaviruses could infect human beings.

To read how the net of suspicion is increasingly tightening around Anthony Fauci and colleagues in connection with the coronavirus lab-leak theory, see this article on our website.