Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Greg Wilson.
Dr. Anthony Fauci would wear a mask for the rest of his life just to hide his face if he weren't vaccinated and triple-boosted for shame.
The octogenarian immunologist who once claimed to be the human embodiment of science put on a clinic of mendacity in a November 23 deposition for a lawsuit brought by the attorneys general for Louisiana and Missouri. Over the course of seven hours, Fauci praised the monstrous regime in China for its COVID response, admonished a court reporter for not wearing a useless mask, and invoked some variation of "I don't recall"
nearly 200 times.
But here's the whopper that scored a John Blutarsky-level 0.0 on the laugh test:
"I'm vaguely familiar with the fact that EcoHealth Alliance has been doing research on trying to understand the bat coronavirus emergence,"
he told lawyers alleging the feds colluded with social media to chill debate about COVID policies.
That the man who inspired "In Fauci We Trust" yard signs and St. Fauci votive candles could make that statement with a straight face is a testament to his pathological aversion to the truth. EcoHealth Alliance is the federal grant-grubbing "nonprofit" run by Fauci's longtime pal, Peter Daszak. Fauci's National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases gave EcoHealth Alliance a $600,000 grant that wound up funding illegal gain of function experiments with bat coronaviruses at a lab in Wuhan, China.
Fauci has been asked about this by Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY). He has denied that the experiments, which involved infecting humanized mice with a genetically altered version of coronavirus, amounted to gain of function research. He has to, because given most people with IQs above room temperature now believe COVID escaped the lab, it starts to look like Fauci picked up the tab for a virus that has killed more than six million people so far.
An honest doctor might have searched his files after being humiliated on Capitol Hill by a fellow doctor, and one who has actually practiced medicine at that. While Fauci has recently begun to claim he has an "open mind"
about COVID's origins, if we are to believe his deposition claim, he never looked into what EcoHealth Alliance was doing at the lab. His "vague"
familiarity would be believable if he were an ordinary Anthony who relied on the Beltway's local rag or social media for information. The legacy media is strangely incurious as to how the deadly international pandemic started and, until Elon Musk bought it, Twitter might have banned you for suggesting COVID started in a lab where creepy scientists conducted illegal bat coronavirus experiments with your money.
Fauci didn't just lack curiosity, he was out to kill off the lab-leak theory that potentially implicates him and EcoHealth Alliance from the beginning. Go back to those early days of 2020, when what we used to call "coronavirus" was spreading like wildfire. We knew it came from Wuhan, but Fauci desperately wanted the world to think it came from a local market, and not the mysterious nearby laboratory where dangerous experiments with bat coronaviruses were taking place. Emails unearthed through FOIA show Fauci and his boss, National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins, desperately trying to deflect attention from the lab-leak theory.
But just as sure as COVID escaped the lab, the truth has escaped from the lying public health-media complex. A former Daszak lieutenant, Dr. Andrew Huff, who was once vice president of EcoHealth Alliance, says in a new book that COVID-19 was genetically engineered and leaked from the facility.
"EcoHealth Alliance and foreign laboratories did not have the adequate control measures in place for ensuring proper biosafety, biosecurity, and risk management, ultimately resulting in the lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology,"
he writes in his book, "The Truth About Wuhan."
Huff's book sounds like the perfect stocking stuffer for Dr. Anthony Fauci, if he has any interest in learning more about his own role in the pandemic. Then again, he'd probably rather have the votive candle.