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BOMBSHELL: Dr. Peter Hotez Deliberately Mislead Public in Huge COVID ORIGINS COVER-UP



In a ground-breaking disclosure, it has been revealed that renowned vaccine researcher Dr. Peter Hotez has been involved in a web of funding, cooperation, and research with Chinese military scientists who may have contributed to the creation of COVID-19. The complex story ties together important Chinese military virologists and leads to the smoking-gun evidence surrounding the infamous furin cleavage site of COVID-19.

Gain of function research funded by Fauci and coordinated by Hotez was the fulcrum that enabled cross-species transmission of Coronavirus to humans

Recently uncovered research, as revealed in a US Senate report, points to development of a Covid jab as early as November of 2019. Dial it back to at least five different publications, detailing funding by Fauci and Dr. Hotez, whose grant list raises concerns about connections to Chinese Military scientists involved in creating and possibly releasing Covid-19 in China. This documents scientific research that was published about “biotechnology processes to support Chinese military end uses.”

Dr. Hotez discusses coronavirus vaccines with Chinese military scientists and how to use gain-of-function to arm coronavirus for attacking humans

Through subcontracted funding, Dr. Hotez collaborated with Chinese military scientists to help them develop a complex bioweapon by inserting furin cleavage sites into coronaviruses. It was a plan to to essentially infect the world with a “novel” virus, then to have a cure to inject everyone with, via the vaccines. This should be looked at as fraud and even treason which should be investigated.

The Chinese military scientists are documented in their connections to Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Peter Hotez, who are now scrambling to cover up their “scamdemic”. Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) awarded research grants to Chinese Military scientists back in November of 2020 for over $1 million entitled “RBD [receptor binding domain] RECOMBINANT PROTEIN-BASED SARS VACCINE FOR BIODEFENSE.”

Additionally, the grants involve cooperation with the University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, the location of the Center for Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases, which is supported by the Department of Defense and houses a BL-4 high containment facility for viral research. All of this was disclosed to the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research of the American Army, as well as probably to the Chinese military.

In total, over $17 million in research grants from 1997 to 2016 link Fauci’s NIAID to the Communist Chinese government. These grants supported scientists and principal investigators in their efforts to develop and weaponize a virus and its vaccine that would help impose communist rule in almost every country.

The COVID-19 virus (SARS-CoV-2) pandemic was a well-planned, well-documented, military-made, bioweapon-based WAR on humanity, according to all of this funding, collaboration, gain-of-function research, and directly related vaccine “technology.” All evidence points to Fauci and Hotez as the “masterminds” who over the past 20 years have enabled the nefarious US vaccine industrial complex (VIC) to communicate with the communist Chinese military.

Hotez went on to even admit it all in a February 2021 interview, where he discussed collaboration with Chinese military scientists, stating, “About ten years ago, we got approached by a group at the New York Blood Center led by Shibo Jiang and Lanying Du that had a pretty good idea for coronavirus vaccines.”

Dr. Hotez, a distinguished professor at Baylor College of Medicine, is at the center of this story. He was successful in obtaining a sizeable research grant (R01AI098775) from the NIAID, which is headed by Dr. Anthony Fauci. With Dr. Shibo Jiang listed as a Principal Investigator, this grant, worth more than $1 million annually, supports Dr. Hotez’s project, “RBD Recombinant Protein-Based SARS Vaccine for Biodefense.”

Dr. Shibo Jiang, a professor at Fudan University, boasts an impressive academic background. After completing his Master’s degree from the People’s Liberation Army’s Guangzhou First Military Medical University (广州第一军医大学) and his Medical Doctor degree from Xi’an Fourth Military Medical University (西安第四军医大学微), he pursued postdoctoral training at Rockefeller University in New York from 1987 to 1990.

Source: Fudan University

Source: National Institute of Health

He then held a number of positions at the Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute of the New York Blood Center until 2010, including Head of the Viral Immunology Laboratory. Since that time, he has worked as a professor at Shanghai, China’s Fudan University’s Key Laboratory of Medical Molecular Virology.

Dr. Shibo Jiang served as a visiting professor at a number of esteemed People’s Liberation Army (PLA) universities while he was in the country, including the First and Fourth Military Medical Universities, the Academy of Military Medical Sciences (AMMS), and Southern Medical University (previously the First Military Medical University). NIAID, led by Dr. Fauci, awarded him more than $20 million in research grants between 1997 and 2016 despite his association with the Chinese military.

Professor Jiang, a member of China’s renowned Thousand Talents Plan, actively collaborated with PLA scientists on numerous scientific papers supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the First Military Medical University, and the AMMS. However, concerns have been raised regarding the nature of these collaborations, as a 2020 FBI report indicates that such talent recruitment plans “usually involve undisclosed and illegal transfers of information, technology, or intellectual property detrimental to U.S. institutions.”

Together with Dr. Zhou Yusen, a distinguished PLA virologist and fellow AMMS alumnus, Professor Jiang co-invented multiple U.S. patents and published numerous scientific papers on SARS and MERS coronaviruses, often with the support of NIAID funds. Dr. Yusen, the former director of the PLA’s AMMS Laboratory of Pathogen and Biosecurity at the Beijing Institute of Microbiology and Epidemiology, filed the world’s first patent application for a COVID-19 vaccine in China on February 24, 2020, just a month after the country acknowledged human-to-human transmission.

The Chinese military may have been developing a vaccine even before officially notifying the World Health Organization about the outbreak, according to this discovery, which raises doubts.

The archived website of the People’s Liberation Army’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences which was taken offline in 2017. Source: PLA’s AMMS via Internet Archive

Source: PLA’s AMMS via Internet Archive


Source: PLA’s AMMS via Internet Archive

Interestingly, when looking at the furin cleavage site, questions about the COVID-19 virus’s origins become more pressing. Dr. Richard Ebright, a respected molecular biologist, and laboratory director, highlights the unique nature of the furin cleavage

, stating that:

“SARS-CoV-2 is the only member of the SARS-related betacoronavirus group that contains a furin cleavage site. The SARS-CoV-2 furin cleavage site exhibits unusual codon usage, and the SARS-CoV-2 furin cleavage site is located at a position that previously has been used to engineer coronaviruses having enhanced infectivity.”

Further compounding the intrigue, Dr. David Baltimore, a renowned US virologist and co-discoverer of reverse transcriptase, expresses his belief that the furin cleavage indicates a laboratory origin for the virus, stating, “When I first saw the furin cleavage site in the viral sequence, with its arginine codons, I said to my wife it was the smoking gun for the origin of the virus.”

Dr. Baltimore’s observations have considerable significance due to his illustrious career, Nobel Prize, and depth of scientific knowledge. Professor Jiang’s proficiency in introducing furin cleavage sites into coronaviruses raises additional questions.

Phylogenetic tree of coronavirus spike protein sequences. A) Noting genera of coronavirus. B) Subtree of Betacoronavirus, noting subgenera. Sarbecovirus (e.g., SARS-CoV-2 and SARS-CoV), Merbecovirus (e.g., MERS-CoV), Embecovirus (e.g., human coronavirus OC43 and human coronavirus HKU1, both causing common cold), and two small subgenera Hibecovirus and Nobecovirus. Source: Journal of Stem Cell Research

The furin cleavage site in SARS-CoV-2 in the region of the S1/S2 junction is unique among sarbecoviruses. Source: National Academy of Sciences

Moreover, Professor Jiang and Dr. Lanying Du, another prominent Chinese virologist funded by Dr. Fauci and Dr. Hotez’s R01AI098775 grant, have collaborated on various scientific papers with the PLA’s AMMS and the Wuhan Institute of Virology. The untimely death of Dr. Yusen, who fell from the roof of the Wuhan Institute of Virology within three months of filing the patent, further fuels suspicions surrounding the origins of COVID-19.

Dr. Du, the widow of Dr. Yusen, published at the PLA’s AMMS before migrating to the United States, where she joined Professor Jiang at the New York Blood Center’s Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute. Remarkably, a U.S. Senate report reveals that the data referenced in Dr. Yusen’s patent could not have been generated as quickly as claimed, suggesting that he and his team may have started developing a COVID vaccine as early as November 2019.

Furthermore, at least five publications funded by Dr. Fauci and Dr. Hotez’s grant list Dr. Zhou Yusen, a People’s Liberation Army officer central to the COVID-19 origin controversy at the Wuhan lab, as a co-author. These findings raise concerns about the connections between Dr. Fauci, Dr. Hotez, Dr. Jiang, Dr. Du, Dr. Yusen, and the Chinese military scientists potentially involved in the origin of COVID-19.

Source: Journal of Virology

Source: Journal of Nature Communication

Source: Journal of Science China

Source: National Institute of Health

Additionally, both Professor Jiang and Dr. Du have published scientific research for the AMMS, which was added to the U.S. government’s Foreign Entity Blacklist in 2021 due to its use of “biotechnology processes to support Chinese military end uses.” Dr. Hotez’s involvement in this complex situation becomes evident when examining his subcontracted funding for these scientists connected to the People’s Liberation Army and the Wuhan Institute of Virology, particularly in the field of artificially inserting furin cleavage sites into coronaviruses.

During a February 2021 interview, Dr. Hotez discussed their collaboration, stating, “About ten years ago, we got approached by a group at the New York Blood Center led by Shibo Jiang and Lanying Du that had a pretty good idea for coronavirus vaccines.

Before migrating to the U.S. and receiving funding from Dr. Fauci and Dr. Hotez, Dr. Lanying Du co-published research on SARS-coronaviruses with Dr. Shibo Jiang and Dr. Zhou Yusen for the People’s Liberation Army’s Academy of Military Medical Sciences. Source: Journal of Vaccine

Notably, in 2013, Professor Jiang and Dr. Du, along with their Chinese military colleagues, demonstrated the artificial insertion of a furin cleavage site similar to the one found in the COVID-19 virus. This study was funded by the Chinese government and a private Chinese biotech company, while Professor Jiang and Dr. Lanying also received funding from Dr. Fauci and Dr. Hotez.

Dr. Ralph Baric, an American scientist regarded as a pioneer in gain-of-function research on coronaviruses, published a study with Drs. Shibo Jiang, Lanying Du, Shi Zhengli, and others that showed coronaviruses had inserted a human protease cleavage site into their spike protein, permitting transmission to humans across species. This is significant because it lines up exactly with the furin cleavage site discovered at the S1/S2 junction of SARS-CoV-2.

While Dr. Hotez criticizes congressional hearings on the origins of COVID-19, stating that they are “inviting fringe elements to testify and promote outlandish conspiracy theories,” even warning that investigation will “undermine the fabric of science in America,” it is crucial to examine the mounting connections between Dr. Hotez, Dr. Fauci, Dr. Jiang, Dr. Du, and Dr. Yusen with Chinese military scientists, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and the suspicious furin cleavage site. This evidence demands a thorough investigation to uncover the truth about the origins of the COVID-19 virus, a truth that holds profound implications for people worldwide.

Professor Shibo Jiang with Dr. Zhengli Shi, Dr. Ralph Baric, and Dr. Peter Daszak at the 8th International Symposium on Emerging Viral Diseases hosted by the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV). Source: WIV


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Government Accountability

Calls for Fauci and NIAID to be Investigated for Federal Records Act Violations, Evading FOIA requests



Today, America First Legal (AFL) has formally requested that the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and the Office of the Special Counsel (OSC) initiate investigations into the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) and Dr. Anthony Fauci for allegedly violating federal laws pertaining to the use of personal emails for official government business. This move comes amidst growing concerns about transparency and accountability within federal agencies.

Background and Allegations

AFL’s request centers around the alleged use of personal email addresses by Dr. Fauci and Dr. David Morens, Fauci’s senior advisor, to conduct official NIAID business. According to AFL, these actions potentially violate the Federal Records Act and the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), which mandate the preservation and disclosure of government records.

In May, AFL demanded an extensive investigation into Dr. Morens, accusing him of attempting to evade FOIA requests by using a personal email account for official communications. The allegations suggest that this practice might have included other senior NIAID officials, potentially implicating Dr. Fauci in a broader scheme to circumvent federal transparency laws.

Investigative Authorities and Jurisdiction

The OSC has the authority to investigate the arbitrary and capricious withholding of information by NIAID, while the HHS OIG is tasked with probing violations of the Federal Records Act by the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The HHS OIG is also required to report evidence of such violations to the Attorney General promptly. AFL asserts that these alleged violations warrant immediate and thorough investigation to uphold the principles of government accountability.

Statement from America First Legal

Dan Epstein, Vice President of America First Legal, emphasized the importance of these investigations in a statement:

“AFL’s requests supplement the Oversight Committee’s work and help determine whether Dr. Fauci evaded government transparency and records preservation requirements. The numerous examples of FOIA and records law violations by the current administration would be merely regrettable but for the woeful irony of lawfare against the former President for alleged records violations. Accountability and fairness are therefore key,” Epstein stated.

Implications and Next Steps

The demand for investigations into Dr. Fauci and NIAID raises critical questions about adherence to federal transparency and record-keeping laws within government agencies. If proven, these allegations could have significant implications for the integrity of federal processes and the enforcement of laws designed to ensure public access to government information.

AFL’s actions underscore the ongoing scrutiny of federal officials and the importance of maintaining rigorous standards of transparency and accountability. As the OIG and OSC consider AFL’s requests, the outcomes of these potential investigations could set important precedents for how federal records and information are managed in the future.

In an era where government transparency is paramount, the resolution of these allegations will be closely watched by both proponents and critics of current federal practices. Dr. Fauci, a prominent figure throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, now faces intensified scrutiny as these investigations unfold.

Read the OSC letter here and the OIG letter here.

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Fauci Admits He Was Wrong, Keeping Schools Closed During COVID-19 Was a ‘Mistake’



Dr. Anthony Fauci, a key adviser to two presidential administrations during the COVID-19 pandemic, has reversed his stance on school closures, admitting in a recent interview that keeping schools closed for more than a year was a “mistake.” This acknowledgment comes as a significant shift from his earlier position, where he defended the extended closures despite increasing criticism.

In a Tuesday interview with “CBS Mornings” co-host Tony Dokoupil, Fauci reflected on the impact of the prolonged school closures. “Keeping it for a year was not a good idea,” the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) conceded while promoting his new memoir, “On Call: A Doctor’s Journey in Public Service.”

When asked directly by Dokoupil if the prolonged closure was a mistake and something to avoid in the future, Fauci responded, “Absolutely, yeah.”

Throughout the pandemic, Fauci had maintained that the initial decision to close schools was necessary to control the spread of the virus. In sworn congressional testimony and various media appearances, he supported the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines that led to school closures, arguing they were based on the broader community’s infection rates.

During the summer of 2020, Fauci clashed with former President Donald Trump over reopening schools. Trump criticized the CDC’s stringent guidelines, calling them impractical, while Fauci emphasized the importance of controlling the virus’s spread before safely reopening schools.

By September 2020, some schools that reopened reported less than 1% of COVID-19 cases, according to Brown University’s National COVID-19 School Response Data Dashboard. A CDC study in January 2021 found “little evidence that schools have contributed meaningfully to increased community transmission,” which further fueled the debate on the necessity of prolonged school closures.

Despite this emerging data, many schools remained closed due to pressure from powerful teachers’ unions and ongoing concerns about community transmission rates. Fauci, at the time, continued to stress caution and the importance of low transmission rates before resuming in-person learning.

The prolonged closures had significant impacts on students’ education and well-being. In September 2022, the US Department of Education released statistics showing reading scores among nine-year-olds had plummeted to their lowest point in 30 years, while math scores fell for the first time ever in a half-century of tracking.

In an October 2022 interview with ABC News, Fauci avoided labeling the extended closures as a “mistake,” cautioning against taking his comments out of context. However, he acknowledged the “deleterious collateral consequences” of such measures.

In his recent CBS interview, Fauci maintained that the initial closures were correct but reiterated that keeping them for a prolonged period was not advisable. “I kept on saying, ‘Close the bars, open the schools, open the schools as quickly and as safely as you possibly can,’” Fauci recalled. He emphasized the importance of acting swiftly and safely to reopen schools to minimize harm to students.

A spokesperson for the House COVID subcommittee majority echoed this sentiment, stating, “The ‘science’ promoted by teachers’ unions and public health officials never justified prolonged school closures. Safely returning our children to school as soon as possible should have been the top priority.”

Dr. Fauci’s recent acknowledgment marks a significant shift in the narrative surrounding school closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. As the nation reflects on the lessons learned, it is crucial to ensure that future public health responses balance safety with the well-being and educational needs of students.

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Fauci Complains over Lack of Appreciation for His COVID-19 Management



Dr. Anthony Fauci, the face of America’s fight against COVID-19, has recently expressed his frustration over what he perceives as a lack of appreciation for his efforts during the pandemic.

Fauci, who was formerly the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), touted efforts to make COVID-19 vaccine resisters’ lives more challenging during a 2020 interview, including banning unvaccinated people from attending college and getting jobs at large corporation. The former NIAID director said on “Morning Joe” that it is really “frustrating” for him to receive backlash as he believes he was doing his best to handle the pandemic as the science changed. 

“It is quite frustrating, Joe,” Fauci told host Joe Scarborough. “People really don’t appreciate. I don’t blame them for that, but they don’t appreciate that we were dealing with a moving target. When we were saying things in the beginning, wear a mask or not, how the virus is spread. I mean, originally it was felt, understandably, but incorrectly, by the CDC that it spread by the same way that flu is spread … mostly by droplets, when in fact most of the transmission is not only by  droplets but by aerosol, but also 50-60% of the people who transmit it have no symptoms at all.”

“We didn’t know that at the beginning. It was a changing, moving target. Was it frustrating? It was terribly frustrating because people like to take things out of context and do a gotcha. That’s part of the reporting process. and I accept that. That’s the world we live in. But it certainly is frustrating,” Fauci concluded, with Scarborough telling him how much he appreciates the former NIAID director.

The pandemic period was one of unprecedented division and political tension in the United States. Public opinion on Fauci’s performance has been starkly polarized. Supporters laud him as a dedicated scientist who tirelessly worked to save lives amid a rapidly evolving crisis. They argue that his guidance on masking, social distancing, and vaccinations was rooted in the best available science and aimed at mitigating the virus’s spread.

On the other hand, critics accuse Fauci of overreach and inconsistency. They point to changing guidelines and statements that, in their view, undermined public trust. Some have gone so far as to suggest that Fauci’s actions were politically motivated or that he failed to adequately communicate the uncertainties inherent in dealing with a novel virus.

A Polarizing Figure

The criticism Fauci faces is not without precedent. Public health officials often find themselves in difficult positions, especially during crises. However, the intensity of the backlash against Fauci has been particularly severe. He has received threats, faced personal attacks, and become a symbol of broader societal debates over science, governance, and personal freedom.

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