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Scientists Admit Covering Up Fauci’s Role in Lab Leak Due to ‘Political’ Pressure



According to congressional investigators, eminent scientists have stated that they assisted Dr. Anthony Fauci in disguising his involvement in the Covid lab leak.

The experts said that they supported Fauci because of “political” pressure to the Republican-led Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic.

The panel has discovered that Fauci “employed fatally flawed science” with the assistance of Francis Collins, the former director of the National Institutes of Health, and a group of receptive virologists to “avoid blaming China for the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The panel reported that it has already received more than 8,000 pages of papers and more than 25 hours of testimony from those who were part in the significant March 2020 study titled “The Proximal Origins of SARS-CoV-2.

The research, which was printed in the esteemed journal Nature, was essential in dispelling claims that Covid had leaked information from China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology.

The paper’s four official authors, Kristian Andersen, W. Ian Lipkin, Edward Holmes, and Robert Garry, privately discussed the possibility that the natural-origins theory was implausible but came to the dogmatically certain conclusion that “We do not believe that any type of laboratory-based scenario is plausible.”

Dr. Anthony Fauci, then-director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, who handled the funding of coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, was not mentioned by the authors in the publication’s ethics declarations as having commissioned and edited the work.

However, it has since been established by Congressional investigators that Fauci did commission and alter the study.

Around the time the paper was released, Fauci also handed the researchers sizable funds.

The fact that Fauci regularly mentioned this article on a national scale makes this even more problematic.

Even from the White House stage, he cited it to support the chosen zoonotic origins explanation that he and Collins had put forth.

On Monday, the panel released further incriminating communications between the authors of the report. .

“This is one of the single most impactful and influential scientific papers in history … express[ing] conclusions that were not based on sound science nor in fact, but instead on assumptions,” the subcommittee noted.

The subcommittee concluded that this is “the anatomy of a cover-up.”

The correspondence suggests that those who worked tirelessly to establish the narrative that Covid was not an unintentional byproduct of a leak at the Chinese lab where risky experiments on coronaviruses were conducted were aware of their cause—”political”—and did not want to endanger “international harmony.”

The subcommittee highlighted Monday how Rambaut, communicating with his coauthors over a private Slack channel on Feb. 2, 2020, wrote:

“Given the sh** show that would happen if anyone serious accused the Chinese of even accidental release, my feeling is we should say that given there is no evidence of a specifically engineered virus, we cannot possibly distinguish between natural evolution and escape so we are content with ascribing it to natural processes.”

In reply to Rambaut’s suggestion that they run a smoke screen for a regime that may be responsible for the manufacture and spread of a pathogen that killed millions worldwide, Andersen said, “Yup, I totally agree that that’s a very reasonable conclusion.

“Although I hate when politics is injected into science – but it’s impossible not to, especially given the circumstances.

“We should be sensitive to that.”

Another email from Ron Fouchier, one of the scientists who participated in the conference call with Fauci and the paper’s potential authors on February 1, 2020, was made public by the subcommittee.

In the communication, Fouchier also voiced worry about the pandemic’s potential consequences for China.

Fouchier claimed, “An accusation that nCoV-2019 might have been engineered and released into the environment by humans (accidental or intentional) would … do unnecessary harm to science in general and science in China in particular.”

Collins, also on the conference call, intimated in a Feb. 2, 2020, email that a united front behind the natural-origin theory “is needed, or the voices of conspiracy will quickly dominate, doing great potential harm to science and international harmony.”

The NIH under Collins long provided federal funds to EcoHealth Alliance.

The organization is run by fellow lab-leak theory denier British zoologist Peter Daszak.

Ben Hu, a subcontractor for EcoHealth who oversaw gain-of-function studies on coronaviruses similar to SARS at the Wuhan facility, was one among the three researchers that contracted COVID-19 for the first time there in November 2019.

The subcommittee identified two possible motives behind the apparent efforts to downplay the lab-leak theory: The virologists either wanted to “defend China and play diplomat” or “lessen the likelihood of increased biosafety and laboratory regulations.”

The subcommittee made no mention of the likelihood that members in Fauci’s circle may have similarly sought to downplay any potential joint responsibility between Chinese communists and Western medical administrative state actors for the deaths of millions of people.

SOURCES: study, Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic report.

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Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer is set to testify in Kari Lake’s lawsuit to investigate fraudulent mail-in ballot signatures.




Kari Lake’s trial in her lawsuit against Maricopa County is set to take place on September 25 and 26. Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer has been subpoenaed to testify and defend Maricopa County’s mail-in ballot procedures and their refusal to be transparent. The Recorder oversees mail-in voting operations, which were manipulated to steal the election from Lake. The trial will be held at 101 West Jefferson St., Phoenix, AZ 85003, in Courtroom 811 at 9:00am PT.

Lake has been fighting against the rigged 2022 election and her lawsuit for public 2022 voter signature records. This evidence will undoubtedly prove the election was rigged in Lake’s upcoming Appeals Court battle. Maricopa County contends that these records contain sensitive information, so they refuse to be transparent with elections. A ruling in a separate Yavapai County Court case confirmed that Maricopa County has been incorrectly defining “voter registration record” and unlawfully verifying mail-in ballot signatures.

The new Yavapai County Court ruling will require only voter registration forms to be used for signature verification, as opposed to previously accepted fraudulent mail-in ballots and other signature forms. Under the Arizona Elections Procedures Manual, when a signature is accepted on a mail-in ballot envelope or a voter uses an in-person polling place touch screen signature log, it is added to the voter’s “registration record” for future reference. Many voters were seen with similar affidavit signatures in consecutive elections that do not match other signatures on their voter registrations or past affidavits.

Arizona election integrity nonprofit We The People AZ Alliance was also in court for oral arguments in their public records lawsuit against Runbeck Election Services in Phoenix and Maricopa County. The Judge indicated he would issue a written ruling on Runbeck and Maricopa County’s Motion to Dismiss “shortly.”

The Gateway Pundit inspected hundreds of illegally verified 2022 mail-in ballot signatures and corresponding voter registration records in Maricopa County through a public records request and reported on the clear fraud involved. Stephen Richer, the Republican responsible for verifying these mail-in ballot signatures, will testify on the stand at trial and attempt to prevent Lake from accessing evidence of a fraudulent election.

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New Study Finds Trace Amounts of mRNA in Vaccinated Mothers’ Breastmilk




A recently published peer-reviewed research study has raised significant concerns about breastmilk of vaccinated mothers being contaminated with mRNA.

The research, recently published in the prestigious Lancet medical journal, reveals that the administration of mRNA COVID-19 vaccines to nursing women might result in the systematic transmission of the vaccine components to breast milk.

Researchers from New York University Grossman Long Island School of Medicine have found that breast milk was contaminated with mRNA up to 45 hours after vaccination in ten women they analyzed. This contradicts the official narrative from government agencies, politicians, and corporate media who believed mRNA was safe for breastfeeding mothers and their infants. Officials have insisted that mRNA shots do not travel throughout the body, but the study suggests that the COVID-19 vaccine mRNA administered to lactating mothers can spread systematically to breast milk in the first two days after maternal vaccination. The study’s peer-reviewed paper was published in the October 2023 edition of the Lancet.

This is not the first study to make these findings, with traces of mRNA found in women’s breast milk in 2022. The authors of the Lancet paper continue to promote the vaccination of breastfeeding mothers, claiming that COVID-19 mRNA vaccines play a vital role in the fight against SARS-CoV-2 infection. However, they do not explain why mothers should take such a risk to be vaccinated against a virus with only mild symptoms.

The significance of this research extends beyond the scope of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines, providing valuable insights into the transport and presence of vaccine mRNA in breast milk, which can be relevant for assessing the safety and efficacy of future mRNA-based therapies administered to lactating women.


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Vivek Ramaswamy Blasts DOJ & FBI Over Owen Shroyer Sentence, Claims to Dismantle The FBI




US presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy criticizes DOJ and FBI for sentencing Infowars host Owen Shroyer to 60 days in prison, threatening to use his presidency to pardon non-violent Jan 6 protesters and political prisoners.

“Yesterday a man by the name of Owen Shroyer was sentenced to prison for *speech*, not violence, on Jan 6 – for marching around the Capitol, using a bull horn, & shouting things like ‘1776!’ No violence. Didn’t enter the Capitol. That’s it,” said Ramaswamy Wednesday on X. “I don’t know the guy & I have no idea if he’s a ‘good person’ or not, but that’s not what our justice system is supposed to determine.”

The Republican presidential candidate announced plans to pardon non-violent Jan 6 protesters and political prisoners, citing the FBI’s ‘evidence’ used in their pursuit. He also announced a live-stream of a detailed plan to shut down the FBI and other federal agencies.

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