Fauci, who formerly headed up the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), commissioned the paper after learning that the lab leak theory was gaining traction over the bat soup theory that was heavily pushed at the start of the scamdemic.
Along with "at least eleven other scientists," the memo explains, Fauci held a conference call on Feb. 1, 2020, during which it was discussed that the Fauci Flu may, in fact, have originated in a laboratory in Wuhan, China. Just three days after that call, Fauci lined up the creation and publishing of a paper to "debunk" the lab leak theory.
We know from the memo that "four participants of the conference call authored a paper entitled 'The Proximal Origin of SARS-CoV-2' (Proximal Origin) and sent a draft to Drs. Fauci and Collins." This proves that Fauci and his comrades are liars in that they directly interfered with science to push their own agenda.
"Prior to final publication in Nature Medicine, the paper was sent to Dr. Fauci for editing and approval," the memo further reveals, adding that Fauci used said paper two months later in a public attempt at dismissing the lab leak theory.
"New evidence released by the Select Subcommittee today suggests that Dr. Fauci 'prompted' the drafting of a publication that would 'disprove' the lab leak theory, the authors of this paper skewed available evidence to achieve that goal, and Dr. Jeremy Farrar went uncredited despite significant involvement."
(Related: A top government official from the Trump administration said the lab leak theory is the "most credible" story to explain the source of covid.)
In response to the memo, Sen. Eric Schmitt (R-Mo.) tweeted that Fauci must be held accountable for his clear interference with the scientific process, which led to widespread confusion and misinformation about the true source of covid.
"Follow the $–the $ for the Wuhan Lab he approved," Schmitt wrote. "This line of questioning was pursued in our depo of Fauci as well. He didn't want to be implicated in the Lab Leak so he dismissed it & smeared anyone who thought it plausible."
Author and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza also commented on the matter via Twitter, writing:
"This reminds me of how Hillary Clinton cooked up the Russia Hoax, planted it in the media, and then cited media reports to provide 'independent' evidence for the fabricated theory."
The White Coat Waste Project's Justin Goodman added to the conversation that Fauci "orchestrated a fraudulent paper he then used to dismiss" the lab leak theory of covid.
"A 3/20 blog by his boss / co-conspirator Francis Collins: 'this study leaves little room to refute a natural origin for COVID' Lab origin is 'outrageous claim' & 'rumor,'" Goodman added.
Then we have Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) who has long questioned Fauci and the various things he has claimed throughout this saga. Paul retweeted a clip of MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace referring to the lab leak theory as a "Trump conspiracy theory" without validity.
"After funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab, Fauci smeared those of us who suggested the possibility of a lab leak. He must be held accountable," added Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) to the Twitter conversation about Fauci's crimes against humanity.
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