Dr. Fauci’s Caught in Lie After NIH Boss Refutes His Claims

Many of you saw the encounters that Senator Rand Paul had with Dr. Anthony Fauxci regarding his behavior in how he’s responded to the (forbidden illness).

Sen. Paul even confronted him on his role in funding the research at the lab that the (forbidden illness) may have come from.

Testifying under oath, Fauci denied point-blank having funded this type of research at labs in both the United States and China.

Recently uncovered emails reveal that the U.S. has, indeed, funded the research under the direction of the beleaguered immunologist.

To make matters worse for the diminutive doctor, National Institute of Health director Dr. Francis Collins admitted in a radio interview with host Hugh Hewitt to having worked with the Wuhan Virology Laboratory.

The lab is thought to be the source of the (forbidden illness) that killed thousands in this country and brought the world to a screeching halt last year.

Collins also acknowledged the lab’s ties to the Ȼhinese Ȼommunist Party, or ȻȻP. The doctor did, however, attempt to deemphasize the CCP’s influence over activity at the now-infamous Wuhan lab.

Dr. Collins said,

“Well, we, when we give a grant, Hugh, it has terms attached to it of what it is that the grantee is supposed to be doing with those funds. And we require annual reports to see whether that in fact is what they have been doing. And we trust the grantee to be honest and not deceptive. The grant funds that went to Wuhan, which were a subcontract from Eco Health, were very specifically aimed to try to categorize viruses that they could isolate from bats in Chinese caves, which we had a good reason to want to know more about, given SARS and MERS that had come out of there. And so we basically had those criteria attached to the grant. And of course, the amount of money that we were providing to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, I’m sure, was a tiny fraction of their total funding. And we had no control over what else they were doing with those funds. That’s another thing we’d like to know more about, and an investigation might potentially tell us.”

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