NIH Emails Prove Fauci Lied to Congress - Twice

“This is terrific! We are very happy to hear that our Gain of Function research funding pause has been lifted," Peter Daszak emailed an NIH official.

In 2016, when Peter Daszak of the pass-through virtual research organization “Eco-Health Alliance” was contacted by the NIH, he was told that NIH staffers had determined that the research he was funded to conduct appeared to fall into the category of “Gain of Function” research, which was banned at the time he was funded. NIH put a pause on the research, which included serial passage of various forms of the SARS virus through humanized mice (mice with human ACE2 receptors) to determine the risk of enhanced infectivity if the virus were to jump to humans.

NIH then, incredibly, allowed Daszak to write his own determination on whether the research fell into that category. NIH staffers then found an error in Daszak’s “determination letter” and allowed him to revise the letter.

Daszak informed the NIH that UNC had “no oversight” of the research, and that the safety of the research fell under the scrutiny of a committee at the Wuhan Institute for Virology.

That was, apparently, good enough for the NIH: they informed Daszak that the pause was lifted.

“This is terrific! We are very happy to hear that our Gain of Function research funding pause has been lifted," Peter Daszak emailed an NIH official.

DCNF also reported that Ralph Baric of UNC assisted with the publication of a gain-of-function research study in March 2016, and that Fauci lied to Congress when he proclaimed that people up and down the chain of command would back him on the question of whether the research they funded at the Wuhan Institute for Virology qualified as “gain of function research”. These emails provide evidence to the contrary: the researchers would use the very research the NIH had funded and that they were conducting to see if gain-of-function occurred, and would alert the NIH if they saw results consistent with gain-of-function.

In other words, all of the world’s safety hinged on the NIH trusting Dr. Zhengli Shi of the Wuhan Institute for Virology to be forthright if the gain-of-function research was successful.

That’s gain-of-function research. To say otherwise is to break the English language, reason and logic. Even Daszak labeled it as such in his email.

We need and society deserves a trial in a court of law that reviews all of the evidence. The NIH staffers must testify whether they considered it gain-of-function research.

All of this information came from emails obtained by the White Coat Waste Project in a FOIA lawsuit. Link» The Daily Caller News Foundation broke the story.« Link

What you need to do now:

Call your Congressional Representatives and Senators and demand that the DOJ arrest and prosecute Anthony Fauci for the felony of lying to Congress.

While I was the first scientist to suggest that the SARS-CoV-2 virus had a laboratory origin, the grant proposal and the NIH letter are smoking guns that prove that whether COVID-19 was the result of such research or not, GOF research was being conducted, had been funded by Fauci, and the NIH knew about it and made the wrong call.

Senator Rand Paul is going to go down in history as a singular force in the undoing of Anthony Fauci. Thank you, Senator.