Fauci Created The Virus To Sell The Murderous "Vaccine", Then Blocked Cheap Lifesaving Drugs

2021 May 23, 12:00pm   24,218 views  528 comments

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How come this fact is not at the top of "alternative" press? The corporate press is of course part of Fauci's murderous corruption.

This is perhaps the greatest crime against humanity ever committed by a small group of people: Fauci, Daszak, and the Bat-lady in Wuhan.


There should be nothing else in the headlines, only this.

Fauci has a long history of funding gain-of-function research to facilitate the creation of viruses which can be used to sell vaccines for large profits.

Anyone who has read a decent mystery novel will see the means, motive, and opportunity were all there. It's obvious in retrospect.

Until Fauci is in jail, we are all in danger of his doing it again, and again, and again, or having some minion like Daszak do it. Why is there no official investigation going on?

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388   Patrick   2022 Aug 6, 2:08pm  


The swallows abandoned San Juan Capistrano in the 1990s. Their home—the historic mission—underwent a renovation, the birds lost their ancestral nests and, despite every effort to lure them back, they have yet to return in meaningful numbers.

No less flighty, workers abandoned their office buildings in 2020. They, too, have migrated elsewhere. Those in real estate ask themselves when office employees will return. Others wonder if they’ll return.

The big landlords of downtown office space are generally very rich and powerful people. I have to wonder why they have not publicly objected to the virus fraud. It was never a particularly dangerous virus, not much worse than the seasonal flu. The Fauci flu death numbers were wildly exaggerated, and this cost those office space owners quite a lot.

I don't trust those office space owners more than I trust any other powerful group, but I want them to fight back for their own interest, which happens to be the public interest in this case. Why don't we hear from them?
389   Patrick   2022 Aug 6, 2:30pm  


AUGUST 5, 2022

Yes, NIH Funded Gain-of-Function
Three experts testify the NIH was indeed engaged in funding gain-of-function research, calling Fauci’s claim "untruthful." ...

In May 2021, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) accused the NIH of funding gain-of-function research, specifically at biolabs in Wuhan, China. At the time, Fauci vehemently denied the charge: “Senator Paul, with all due respect, you are entirely and completely incorrect. … The NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain-of-function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.”

However, months later, documents revealed that the NIH had indeed funded gain-of-function research via a nonprofit cutout known as EcoHealth Alliance. From 2014 through 2019, the NIH gave some $600,000 to EcoHealth, which was working in and with the Wuhan lab. The money was intended for gain-of-function research into bat coronaviruses. ...

This raises the question of the motivation behind the research. Why exactly was the Wuhan lab engaged in gain-of-function research on coronaviruses, especially if it was implementing two types of forbidden research?

I wonder if Pfizer's $100 billion in recent revenue might have something to do with it...

390   HeadSet   2022 Aug 6, 3:15pm  

Patrick says

I don't trust those office space owners more than I trust any other powerful group, but I want them to fight back for their own interest, which happens to be the public interest in this case. Why don't we hear from them?

Government subsidies to cover their losses
Investments in Pfizer
391   latitude38   2022 Aug 6, 4:16pm  

University Inc.: The Corruption of Higher Education,” Jennifer Washburn explains how in 1980, a law known as Bayh-Dole, was passed which allowed universities to own property rights to federally funded research and to license that research to industry in exchange for royalties. Since then, the worth of scientists has come to be measured more by products than publications, and scientists like Baric have channelled their discoveries toward drug development. Scientists also have been incentivized to take on potentially lucrative partnerships with pharmaceutical companies, or to launch their own start-ups
393   Patrick   2022 Aug 11, 8:58am  


The poison dwarf admits he created the virus and laughs, because he knows that we have a very selective justice system, that is to say, no justice at all.
395   Ceffer   2022 Aug 14, 5:44pm  

At least he didn't call the children 'fungible lab rats'. "If only we could keep them in cages. Wait, the adrenochrome factory already does that. Never mind."
396   Patrick   2022 Aug 19, 8:54pm  


The National Institutes of Health announced it was finally cutting off a subaward to the Wuhan Institute of Virology after it continued to refuse to hand over key information about the coronavirus research it conducted with U.S. tax dollars.

NIH Deputy Director Michael Lauer made the revelation in a letter Friday to House Oversight Committee Republicans, in which he said the Wuhan lab had refused to turn over lab notebooks and electronic files connected to its research funded through an NIH subaward given to it by the U.S.-based EcoHealth Alliance.

But Lauer indicated the NIH may continue funding EcoHealth’s controversial bat coronavirus research despite the group’s documented noncompliance issues, its close links to the Wuhan virology institute, and its history of funneling hundreds of thousands of U.S. tax dollars to the Chinese lab.
398   Blue   2022 Aug 22, 8:48am  

Finally Biden and Dems recognizing they can not push further.

“While I am moving on from my current positions, I am not retiring,” the infectious disease expert said in a statement released by the National Institutes of Health. “After more than 50 years of government service, I plan to pursue the next phase of my career while I still have so much energy and passion for my field.”
399   richwicks   2022 Aug 22, 8:55am  

Patrick says

Video or it didn't happen.

This story is likely false, and is being used to discredit people who are against the mandates.
401   Patrick   2022 Aug 22, 12:32pm  


Lifetime government bureaucrat resigns, following 54 year career of corruption, deceit, death and destruction

Just about the only honest summary of Fauci's "career" that I've seen.
402   Patrick   2022 Aug 23, 12:20pm  

Hypothesis RE Fauci resignation: This will allow him to select his replacement and may enable the appointment to be completed prior to the new congress being sworn in.

Fauci needs a replacement running NIAID who will cover for him.
Posted on 4:28 AM · Aug 23rd, 2022
403   Patrick   2022 Aug 23, 1:33pm  

John Rich🇺🇸
Aug 22
When my Granny Rich had a stroke and was stuck in a hospital, guess how many times I was allowed to see her per the CDC/Dr Evil's rules? ZERO! We got her the hell out of there and let her pass away at home WITH FAMILY PRESENT. I will NEVER forgive these monsters. #FauciForPrison
Aug 22, 2022
404   Patrick   2022 Aug 23, 3:20pm  


AUGUST 23, 2022
Fauci’s Outrageously Lucrative Retirement

The bureaucrat who thinks he is the science is set to really cash in on his powerful career in the swamp.
It’s a shame that every American doesn’t have the same retirement package as the man arguably most responsible for wrecking their retirement savings. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984, announced he will retire in December. And the current highest-paid federal official will do so while earning an annual pension of at least $350,000.

Retiring doesn’t mean retiring, however. “While I am moving on from my current positions, I am not retiring,” insisted the 81-year-old Fauci. “After more than 50 years of government service, I plan to pursue the next phase of my career while I still have so much energy and passion for my field.” That no doubt means the nation’s foremost celebrity doctor will cash in on the speaking circuit and a lucrative book deal or two.

Life’s hard for Science Himself.

“Whether you’ve met him personally or not,” gushed Joe Biden, “he has touched all Americans’ lives with his work.”

That’s one way to put it.

"Has made the life of every American significantly worse" is another way to put it.

From https://bengarrison.com/
406   HeadSet   2022 Aug 23, 8:18pm  

Why do they always show that young or retouched photo of Fauci? He looks much more cadaverish in real life.
407   Ceffer   2022 Aug 23, 10:42pm  

The target op was always the vaccines as walk away poison and sterilizations. Fake Covid and fake PCR were just the brand name calling cards of the assault.
410   Shaman   2022 Aug 25, 12:05pm  

Ceffer says

The target op was always the vaccines as walk away poison and sterilizations. Fake Covid and fake PCR were just the brand name calling cards of the assault.

I still believe this, as I did in early 2021. Nothing at all has happened to contradict this view. And in fact most events support it. I think they rigged the election based on democrats being vaccine skeptics if the vax came from a Trump administration. So they delayed the approval until after the election and cheated Biden in and then had him model the vax himself and push it until democrats came around. Maybe they thought with approval from both Presidential candidates, the vax would enjoy universal approval. But conservatives never Trusted Trump like that. And we damned sure don’t trust any Democrats.
411   Al_Sharpton_for_President   2022 Aug 27, 4:58am  

Good Riddance, Dr. Fauci

Perhaps what’s most frustrating about the final years of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s career in government service is that it didn’t have to end this way. Fauci undoubtedly brought a great deal of intellect, dedication, compassion, and hard-earned experience to his career in public health, and the controversies of the past years shouldn’t obscure that.

But once the Covid-19 pandemic turned Fauci into a celebrity — complete with his own prayer candles, action figures, and associated merchandising — it was as if his worst instincts were unchained. Fauci’s public statements grew more strident and his dismissal of his critics more arrogant. By November 2021, Fauci started contending that he had become the walking and talking embodiment of science itself: “It’s easy to criticize, but they’re really criticizing science because I represent science.” La science c’est moi.

No doubt, Fauci attracted more than his share of unhinged criticism. But the national media loved to focus on the unhinged conspiracy theorists and garden-variety nutjobs and death threats against Fauci, because it helped discredit the much fairer, much more legitimate questioning of Fauci’s advice and decision-making.

One of Fauci’s first pieces of advice during the pandemic was to discourage Americans from wearing masks, declaring in a March 8 interview with 60 Minutes, “There’s no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you’re in the middle of an outbreak, wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block a droplet, but it’s not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And, often, there are unintended consequences — people keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face.” The problem isn’t that Fauci changed his mind as masks became more widely available; it’s that he never really addressed his previous declarations that they were ineffective — declarations that apparently he didn’t believe. Fauci didn’t create the anti-masking sentiment in American life, but his quick reversal fed the suspicion that wearing masks was more about public perceptions than empirical evidence.

Those who were paying close attention noticed that Fauci kept shifting his assessment of the percentage needed to reach herd immunity from the virus. In December 2020, Fauci admitted to the New York Times that he finessed his public statements, based on what he felt the public was ready to hear: “In a telephone interview the next day, Dr. Fauci acknowledged that he had slowly but deliberately been moving the goal posts. He is doing so, he said, partly based on new science, and partly on his gut feeling that the country is finally ready to hear what he really thinks.” This did not align with Fauci’s much-celebrated reputation as a straight shooter.

Fauci’s emails suggested he had a symbiotic relationship with adoring reporters. He offered evasive answers about U.S. taxpayer money financing gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. He offered a full-throated defense of gain-of-function research, which looks a little different in the aftermath of a global pandemic that killed millions.

With Fauci, a discerning audience grew to doubt they were getting the full truth, as opposed to what he felt the country should hear at any given moment. Wait a few weeks, and Fauci may well conclude that the country needed to hear a different message.

As our Michael Brendan Dougherty laid out in a cover piece in May 2021, “whatever Fauci’s prior career achievements, he has shown in the COVID-19 pandemic that he is not the disinterested expert he claims to be. He survives in Washington not just because he launders politics through science and has an affable demeanor but because he’s also a cutthroat in the media game. Even when his critics are right, they get cashiered, and Fauci wins more public accolades.”

Fauci wasn’t single-handedly responsible for all the federal and state governments’ failings during the pandemic. But considering his gargantuan public reputation and ubiquitous media presence, he could have done more to point out that participating in a protest over George Floyd was no less or more dangerous than any other outdoor activity in the summer of 2020, or pushed for reopening public schools earlier, or rebuked stupid examples of pandemic-preparation theater such as outdoor mask mandates, declarations that visiting the beach was a life-threatening risk, and the arrest of paddleboarders off the coast of Malibu.

We heard altogether too much from Fauci during the last three years, which is partly his fault and partly that of our country’s felt need for a scientist who can play the role of an oracle. When we hear from him next, let it be at a House hearing about reforming public health.

412   Patrick   2022 Aug 27, 10:18am  

Much too nice of an article.

Fauci is a mass murdering criminal who did it for money and power.
413   Patrick   2022 Aug 29, 9:52am  


Peter McCullough, MD MPH
Aug 28
Gave my analysis for Amanda and Carl on NewsMax on the Pfizer v Moderna lawsuit. Will be good for America to learn about the pre planning and collaboration with NIH and CCP years before the virus was released from Wuhan bio-security annex built by Bancel while at French IVD.

It was all planned for years.
414   Patrick   2022 Aug 29, 9:56am  


Peter McCullough, MD MPH
Nunez-Castilla, Viruses, more evidence it was engineered by man. Astonishing homology with human proteins. No wonder autoimmune syndromes in nervous system and in the heart (myocarditis) are clinically manifest after parenteral administration of genetic code for Spike protein.

415   Patrick   2022 Aug 29, 9:56am  

Patrick says


Had to look up parenteral:

Administered by some means that avoids the gastrointestinal tract, particularly intravenously or by injection.
416   mell   2022 Aug 29, 10:04am  

Patrick says


Peter McCullough, MD MPH
Nunez-Castilla, Viruses, more evidence it was engineered by man. Astonishing homology with human proteins. No wonder autoimmune syndromes in nervous system and in the heart (myocarditis) are clinically manifest after parenteral administration of genetic code for Spike protein.

Ah yes molecular mimicry is also a problem for glyphosate. But "they" tell you it's !safe!
417   Patrick   2022 Aug 29, 10:19am  


Peter McCullough, MD MPH
Follow this story. US NIH-UNC collaboration engineered the invasive and deadly Spike protein. EcoHealth Alliance orchestrated lab work in Wuhan BSL-4 built by Bancel now with Moderna. Virus harvested from bats and tested in rodents with humanized respiratory epithelial cells.

418   Patrick   2022 Sep 5, 12:30pm  


That’s because official documents suggest the real reason Moderna is suing Pfizer for patent infringement is that Moderna helped to create the Covid-19 virus as early as 2013 during gain of function research and then patented parts of the virus. This means Moderna essentially owns SARS-CoV-2.

This may explain why further documents prove Moderna had developed its Covid-19 vaccine months before the world was aware that Covid-19 even existed.
420   Patrick   2022 Sep 18, 5:41pm  


Fauci "Misled Congress" About Gain-Of-Function Research, But 'Protected By Biden Admin'; Former CDC Chief Says ...

Robert Redfield told former Senate Finance Committee investigator Paul Thacker that National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci "knew" he funded gain-of-function research that makes viruses more dangerous, and "misled Congress" when he denied it." ...

"Everyone had to agree to the narrative" pushed by Fauci and then-National Institutes of Health Director Francis Collins that SARS-CoV-2 emerged from a "wet market" in Wuhan, not the Fauci-funded Wuhan Institute of Virology miles away, to avoid becoming a public target of the two officials, he said.

Redfield said he believes The Lancet spring 2020 letter that lumped in the lab-leak hypothesis with "conspiracy theories" was "orchestrated ... under direction of Fauci and Collins, trying to nip any attempt to have an honest investigation of the pandemic’s origin."

"There was nothing scientific about that letter. It was just an attempt to intimidate people," he also said.

"I was threatened, my life was threatened," he said.

"I have letters I got from prominent scientists, that previously gave me awards, telling me that the best thing I could do for the world was to shoot myself because of what I said." ...

So, finally, we ask, how has Fauci been able to survive all this (politically, bureaucratically, and freedom-wise)?

Dr.Redflied has the answer - and you won't like it:

"[n]othing's going to happen as long as the Biden administration is here."
424   Patrick   2022 Sep 24, 6:54pm  


Former EcoHealth Alliance VP says Fauci-funded group 'developed' COVID-19

A former vice president for the EcoHealth Alliance, a major funder of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, claims that his organization "developed" SARS-CoV-2 through gain-of-function research that makes viruses more dangerous.

"The process of developing SARS-COV2 was also described in detail in the proposal submitted to, and ultimately funded by, the National Institutes of Health (HHS NIH), The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), by EcoHealth Alliance with the WIV and [University of North Carolina] listed as collaborators," according to the sworn declaration of Andrew Huff, who is represented by the attorney Thomas Renz.

The statement is included in a much larger packet dated Sept. 12 posted by Renz, who represents clients challenging COVID-19 mandates, apparently directed to Wisconsin GOP Sen. Ron Johnson, whose name is in the file name. The packet has irregular punctuation and capitalization throughout.

"Anthony Fauci funded the creation of SARS-COV2 and lied to Congress about funding Gain-of-Function work," Renz wrote in the summary – a claim also recently made by former CDC Director Robert Redfield. "Anthony Fauci and others coordinated to cover-up the funding of the Gain-of-Function work that resulted in SARS-COV2."

425   Patrick   2022 Sep 29, 2:47pm  


A new report by government spending watchdog Open the Books reveals that Fauci’s wealth skyrocketed by $5 million during 2020 and 2021.

The organization has released an analysis of Fauci’s 2021 financial disclosure form after receiving it from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) on Wednesday.

The nonprofit’s team of auditors found much of their previous forecasting to be confirmed and that the Fauci household’s wealth had soared to over $12.6 million.

During the fiscal year 2020 and FY21, the height of the pandemic, Fauci’s household net worth rose by $5 million.

Fauci has also continued earning more than the President of the United States, the report confirmed.

In 2021, he received $456,000 in compensation.

He’s already told the Washington Post that the number is ballooning to $480,000 for 2022.
426   Patrick   2022 Oct 2, 12:15pm  


Alex Berenson
This must be a joke. Please tell me this is a joke. @nih just gave @EcoHealthNYC and Peter Daszak a NEW grant for bat coronavirus research?

Including supplying “viral sequences and isolates for use in vaccine development”?

Nope. Not a joke.

The joke, apparently, is on us.

427   Patrick   2022 Oct 2, 4:02pm  


The Next Pandemic Will Come from Vietnam, Laos, or Myanmar: A Tale of Spies and Viruses
My crystal ball tells me that EcoHealth Alliance is about to find an emerging virus with a robust record of a "reservoir species". The question is... how long before they announce it?

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