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

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2021 May 23, 12:00pm   109,448 views  816 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?

As RFK Jr. put it: "A $200 billion enterprise would’ve collapsed if Fauci had admitted that Hydroxychloroquine and Ivermectin were effective against covid." https://twitter.com/DiedSuddenly/status/1685830247139168256

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765   HeadSet   2024 Apr 19, 6:54am  

Patrick says

Research funding is so politicized that I doubt anyone could get funded to investigate the possibility.

Yes, if someone were to actually determine the cause and find an actual cure, politicians and related wokes would ban that cure. Might be a black market for that Homo Bromo though.
767   Patrick   2024 Apr 23, 9:48pm  


it just never stops, does it? these federal fiefdoms ignore every rule in the book, color way outside the lines, move the the hotwiring of viruses offshore when it gets too dicey to do it in the US, and then lie about every last bit of what was done in a festival of gaslighting that would have made geobbels blush.

and nothing happens to them.

no rules apply.

15,000 samples. 700 coronaviruses. witness the quivering outrage of ecohealth head daszak about his research being cut off (and the move to gmail and off the official emails so they can escape further FOIA).

this man was actually indignant about his research getting shut down. this is april of 2020, long after he knew damn well there had been a lab leak and covid-19 was his fault.
768   Patrick   2024 Apr 27, 12:54pm  


In 2015, US researchers in collaboration with Chinese researchers from the now-infamous Wuhan Institute jointly published a paper describing how they successfully modified a bat coronavirus to make it capable of infecting humans. Their project was funded by both the Chinese and the American governments.

Who in the US government enabled this research? Why was it allowed when it was enabling the Chinese to develop a military weapon or to accidentally cause an epidemic?

Why was an FDA official involved as an author and why was NIH funding the project?

The virus created in collaboration with the Chinese and the current epidemic virus are both SARS-CoV with many shared characteristics. This writer has found no scientific research that specifically compares the two viruses, a subject that needs to be investigated.

How many more lab-created or manipulated viruses are in the world’s laboratories and under the control of governments and the military?

Are potentially dangerous research projects continuing to go on involving American and Chinese collaboration with or without funding from both countries?

Why and how has this research project wholly escaped notice amid the growing concern about China’s role in causing the ongoing novel coronavirus pandemic?

Why have none of the American researchers come forward to draw attention to this project which, at the least, enabled and promoted Chinese efforts to weaponize viruses?
769   Patrick   2024 Apr 29, 7:31pm  


New Documents Expose How NIH Misled the Public About Dangerous Virus Research at the Wuhan Institute of Technology

The NIH has ceased any pretense of overseeing risky virus research and now coordinates with Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance on public relations.

A new set of documents raise further questions about statements made by the National Institutes of Health regarding papers showing they funded risky virus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology to create dangerous chimeric viruses.

EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak notified NIH funders that EcoHealth Health Alliance planned to conduct risky virus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV), in a June 2016 letter, many months before a pause on such research was lifted in 2017. When the NIH released some of this information in 2021, they assured Congress and the public that these chimeric virus studies could not have led to the COVID virus, but they did so in a public statement that cited research the NIH itself had funded at the WIV. ...

As has become NIH policy, much of the discussion in these emails is highly redacted, with entire pages sometimes blacked out.

To respond to an Inspector General audit of EcoHealth Alliance’s grants, NIH pulled in officials from all across the agency, including legislative affairs, the communications office, Anthony Fauci’s office, and the office of then-Director Francis Collins.
770   Patrick   2024 May 2, 7:08pm  


More good news! The House Covid Committee has formally recommended that odious EcoHealth Alliance president Peter Daszak be debarred (disallowed from future government contracts) and criminally investigated.

If there’s any one person liable for creating the pandemic, that person must be Peter Daszak, who helped the NIH skirt Obama-era prohibitions on gain-of-function research, by moving the deadly-virus-developing project to the heart of supposed enemy territory, China.

His links to DARPA have been well established. I couldn’t prove it in court, but Daszak stinks of intelligence agencies and has the musk of the military industrial complex (MIC) all over him.

It’s unlikely Biden’s DOJ will take any action based on this report, since Daszak currently holds a ticket in the first-class section of our two-tiered justice system, so don’t get your hopes up for that reason. If only he’d mislabeled some check stubs instead.

But on the other hand, this is the first time that any high-level government agency has ever recommended criminal prosecution for any of the architects of the pandemic. Since he works for a plausibly-deniable, oleaginous NGO, Daszak lacks the government immunity shields enjoyed by permanent bureaucrats like that human cockroach Fauci.

To be honest, Biden’s DOJ would be better off charging Daszak now and giving him a slap on the wrist, than letting a future Trump DOJ get hold of this new report. But when and if that happy confluence of events occurs, we will remind them.

This is progress.

Not really progress. Hanging Daszak next to Fauci for crimes against humanity, now that would be progress.
771   Patrick   2024 May 7, 10:58am  


💉💉 Yesterday, the UK Daily Mail ran a face-palming story under the wildly suggestive headline, “Chinese scientists create mutant Ebola virus to skirt around biosafety rules - and it causes horrific symptoms and kills group of hamsters. The furry rodents were, obviously, hardest hit. But don’t get so worked up about it; after all, what could go wrong? ...

In contrast to the perhaps-slightly-overheated-headline, the article explained that the experiment was actually intended to come up with a “safer” Ebola variant. Remember, good intentions are the most important thing. ...
772   Patrick   2024 May 8, 12:00pm  


The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic released shocking statements and documents on Tuesday night that reveal that the U.S. State Department knew COVID leaked from a Wuhan Biolab and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) covered it up.

The documents reveal that the State Department knew this since July 2020.

The highly redacted documents show enough proof to see the US Government has been lying to the American public since at least July 2020. They knew all along it was a leak from a bio lab.
774   Patrick   2024 May 16, 5:07pm  


NIH official finally admits taxpayers funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan — after years of denials

It’s about time!

At long last, National Institutes of Health (NIH) principal deputy director Lawrence Tabak admitted to Congress Thursday that US taxpayers funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China in the months and years before the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Dr. Tabak,” asked Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-Ariz.) of the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, “did NIH fund gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology through [Manhattan-based nonprofit] EcoHealth [Alliance]?”

“It depends on your definition of gain-of-function research,” Tabak answered. “If you’re speaking about the generic term, yes, we did.” ...

In an October 2021 letter to Congress, Tabak had acknowledged NIH funded a “limited experiment” at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that tested whether “spike proteins from naturally occurring bat coronaviruses circulating in China were capable of binding to the human ACE2 receptor in a mouse model.”

He did not describe it as gain-of-function research — but disclosed that EcoHealth “failed to report” the bat coronaviruses modified with SARS and MERS viruses had been made 10,000 times more infectious, in violation of its grant terms.

The NIH scrubbed its website of a longstanding definition for gain-of-function research the same day that the letter was sent.

All of the people involved in the creation of the virus and then the pushing of the dangerous and ineffective "vaccine" MUST BE HANGED.

Until they are hanged, no one on earth is safe from their next attempt at mass murder.

775   Patrick   2024 May 17, 1:59pm  


💉💉 Yesterday, as the solar energy continued swirling in Earth’s atmosphere, a top NIH official astonishingly admitted in open Congress that the agency did, indeed, fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan:


But Dr. Lawrence Tabak, NIH’s Deputy Director, also offered a Clintonesque defense, qualifying his breathtaking admission saying “it depends on what you mean by ‘gain of function.’” You could probably say that about anything. Try for yourself, it’s loads of fun.
780   Patrick   2024 May 21, 8:01pm  


The truth about Covid’s origins is finally coming out. Two of the key figures in the story of Covid’s origins gave away vital new information last week before the US Congress. One of these figures is Ralph Baric, the University of North Carolina professor who invented ingenious techniques for genetically altering coronaviruses. He effectively taught scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China how to do ‘gain of function’ experiments with bat-derived sarbecoviruses to make them more infectious or lethal in humanised mice. The other figure is Peter Daszak, the highly paid president of the non-profit, EcoHealth Alliance. Over many years, EcoHealth Alliance has channelled large sums of US taxpayer money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for ‘gain of function’ experimentation, and for finding new sarbecoviruses in bats.

Organization at center of ‘lab leak theory’ suspended from federal funds. The Department of Health and Human Services has suspended and initiated debarment proceedings against an organization after scrutiny of its work with the Wuhan Institute of Virology revealed a failure to monitor a risky experiment on coronaviruses, failure to obtain lab notebooks from the Wuhan lab and a long delayed grant report describing the the collaboration’s research in the months before the pandemic. EcoHealth Alliance, helmed by president Peter Daszak, will be ineligible from receiving funds from the U.S. government. The suspension will stand until the debarment proceedings are complete.

Fauci aide allegedly boasted about ability to ‘make emails disappear’ including ‘smoking guns’. A longtime aide to former National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci allegedly boasted in emails about his ability to evade public records requests and his intention to delete any potential “smoking guns,” a congressional hearing revealed Thursday. The scrutiny of EcoHealth and NIAID has revealed that Daszak had a close connection to Fauci’s inner circle in the senior advisor to the NIAID director, David Morens. Morens told the committee in a transcribed interview that Daszak is one of his oldest friends. Now evidence has surfaced suggesting that Morens evaded the Freedom of Information Act — which requires that records from federal agencies be made public with limited exceptions — and that an unidentified public records official with the NIH helped him to do so.
782   Patrick   2024 May 23, 2:25pm  


Testimony from National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Senior Scientific Advisor David Morens — a longtime aide to former NIAID Director Anthony Fauci — only deepened congressional concerns about the possibility of concealed or destroyed emails concerning connections between the institute and the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

A memo and over 150 emails released by the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Wednesday show that Morens spent considerable time and energy avoiding the Freedom of Information Act — a law that requires federal agency records to be provided to the public on request with limited exceptions.

Morens deleted sensitive emails, conducted official business on a private email account, and worked with an NIAID administrator in the Freedom of Information Office to strategically misspell keywords that the public might request to be searched, the committee alleges.

Morens sought to conceal emails in which he championed his close friend EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak, a scientist who subcontracted NIAID funding to the lab in Wuhan for experiments that made coronaviruses more deadly. Morens said that he and Daszak met twenty years ago and were part of the same close knit “fraternity” among emerging infectious diseases experts. ...

“I can either send stuff to Tony on his private email or hand it to him at work or at his house,” Morens emailed on April 21, 2021. “He is too smart to let colleagues send him stuff that could cause trouble.” ...

Other emails show Morens and Daszak strategizing about how to convey information to Fauci without leaving a paper trail.

Morens confirmed Wednesday that he discussed grants from NIAID to the Wuhan Institute of Virology with Fauci.

“I certainly told him some things that he asked me to tell him about the situation with Peter [Daszak],” Morens said.

That statement contradicts a transcribed interview Morens gave the committee earlier this year in which he said he did not recall discussing EcoHealth or the Wuhan lab with Fauci. ...

In addition, Morens wrote an email about the possibility of a “kickback” for helping to restore EcoHealth’s NIAID funding. He wrote profane emails that referred to binge drinking and sex, and made a remark about former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky wearing a skirt, raising concerns about his lack of professionalism and attitudes toward women. ...

Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Ariz., read out six separate emails in which Morens referred to avoiding FOIA. It took over three minutes to read every one. ...

Email evidence suggests Dr. Fauci used his personal email to conduct official business. This raises serious questions as to whether Dr. Fauci took part in a conspiracy amongst the highest levels of NIH to hide official records related to the origins of COVID-19. ...

The NIH FOIA office allegedly instructed Dr. Morens on how to delete federal records. Then, Dr. Morens admitted to deleting his correspondence with EcoHealth Alliance in an effort to shield himself from public transparency. Dr. Morens explains how he is able “to make emails disappear” and “learned the tricks” to avoid turning over documents from the head of NIH’s FOIA office. ...

Dr. Morens routinely instructed others, including EcoHealth Alliance President Dr. Peter Daszak, to correspond with his personal email instead of his NIH email in an effort to avoid FOIA. This new discovery directly contradicts Dr. Morens’s testimony from his transcribed interview ...

Dr. Morens engaged in inappropriate and disrespectful behavior that is unbecoming of a representative of the United States Government. This concerning pattern suggests that Dr. Morens is not qualified to hold a position of public trust

Ron Klain is right in the center of all this evil.
784   Patrick   2024 May 25, 4:23pm  


Some call him “The Science,” a testament to his truly infallible predictive powers. His otherworldly prescience combined, of course, with his ability to dictate from his bureaucratic throne how you and I should live our lives.

Some have even tattooed his likeness on their arms, a permanent testament to the demigod that chose to save us…

Others see him as but a man, but a powerful man, a benevolent man of action who takes no fluff from his subordinates and gives no quarter to his enemies. The kind of man, you might say, that every man and woman could only one day dream of becoming…

And Then There’s Reality
Dr. Anthony Stephen Fauci is a fraud.

Was that clear enough? Blunt enough?

If recent revelations surrounding his toadies aren’t enough, we need merely look at his many failed predictions, his contradictions, and the pompous, highbrowed manner in which he ‘dismisses’ all who dare question Your Highness.

It would appear that Fauci’s inner (and outer) orbits made a conscious effort to hide and obfuscate some pretty important truths about all things COVID-19 from the public. ...

But what about that “secret back channel”? The one Fauci and co. used to avoid getting caught hiding, obfuscating, and steering the false narrative around all things COVID?

After all, can’t have them getting FOIA’d. Imagine if they were actually held accountable!

Hey, at least Congress has seemingly caught onto them - question is, what will be done?

But I digress, because there’s plenty of other proof of Fauci and his lackeys telling flat-out lies at worst, or at best, being completely and utterly inept for the supposed infallible Experts™ we were told they are.

Let’s dive into some of the most egregious bullshittery, a nice little retrospective on where we started and where we are…

785   Patrick   2024 May 27, 6:04pm  


WASHINGTON — Today, the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic released a staff memorandum titled “Allegations of Wrongdoing and Illegal Activity by Dr. David Morens, Senior Advisor to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases former-Director, Dr. Anthony Fauci.” This memo presents overwhelming evidence from Dr. Morens’s own email that he engaged in serious misconduct and potentially illegal actions while serving as a Senior Advisor to Dr. Fauci during the COVID-19 pandemic. The memo includes previously unreleased email correspondence, obtained by subpoena, that incriminates Dr. Morens in undermining the operations of the U.S. government, unlawfully deleting federal COVID-19 records, using a personal email to avoid the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and repeatedly acting unbecoming of a federal employee. Further, the memo reveals new emails suggesting Dr. Fauci was aware of Dr. Morens’s nefarious behavior and may have even engaged in federal records violations himself.

Yes, but that's not even 1% as bad as Fauci's deliberate mass murder by virus and vaxx.
790   Patrick   2024 Jun 3, 5:08pm  


Imagine it’s the eve of D-Day in World War II.

The Allied troops urgently need 2 million doses of antibiotics for the wounds they will soon endure.

But Tony Fauci is in charge of the war effort. He decides that Billy Bob’s Patented Snake Oil is more profitable for his friends. So he blocks access to antibiotics and sends Billy Bob’s Patented Snake Oil to the front instead.

The D-Day invasion is a success but the Allied troops soon succumb in large numbers to their injuries. The Nazis win the war. Tony Fauci is rewarded with a job as head of Volk Health in the Pan German Reich.

That’s basically what happened with AIDS (when Fauci blocked access to Bactrim to create the market for AZT) and what happened with Covid (when Fauci blocked access to ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine to create the market for Paxlovid, Remdesivir, and Covid vaccines).

It is absolutely shameful that this man is not already in jail. In an earlier era they would have called Fauci’s actions treason and prosecuted him accordingly.
791   Ceffer   2024 Jun 4, 1:21am  

They are going to have an 'investigation' (flanked by donation requests to politicians) and they are going to be really, really mean to Congressional perjurers and criminals, after which the matter will be referred to somebody and absolutely NOTHING will happen. Of course, all that provable perjury will also go unprosecuted and unpunished. No arrests, no jail, no NADA. It's a pompous circus of nothing happening, while keeping us all strung out on all this 'happening-ness' that never leads to shit, rinse, repeat.

792   Ceffer   2024 Jun 4, 11:14am  

Sicilian assassination dynastic cultist employed by the Rockefellers gloats over the idiocies of the sheep headed for the slaughter. Hail Satan! Doesn't it make sense now that these 'health' government agencies would be staffed by ancient professional assassins?

793   Ceffer   2024 Jun 4, 1:30pm  

Yes, Yes. I belong in prison. But, I'll never go. I'm just doing the job they hired me to do, and it isn't over yet.

800   Patrick   2024 Jun 5, 5:50pm  


It’s taken multiple FOIA lawsuits, but new newly disclosed NIH data shows the agency and its scientists collected an eye-watering $710 million in royalties, just during the pandemic, between late 2021 and the end of 2023. Up till now, the NIH refused to say how much in royalties its taxpayer-compensated scientists have earned, insisting there’s no law requiring them to disclose that, and citing public servants’ privacy (even though you had to disclose your jab status to buy a cheeseburger).

So, the very same people pushing jabs, lauding their safety and efficacy, and helping justify vaccine mandates, passports, and databases were raking it in the whole time, laughing all the way to the bank, earning multiples of their government-approved salaries in covid shot royalties.


In this case, we are not required to assume good faith on the part of greedy NIH scientists. It’s their job to avoid even the appearance of an ethical conflict. Having failed to do that, especially because they weren’t transparent about it, they appropriately deserve society’s sanction and harsh criticism.

No wonder they tried to bury it. The burden of proof has now shifted. The NIH must now convincingly demonstrate that it was not acting improperly, and did not let its financial incentives influence its scientific judgments and public health policies.

If NIH can’t prove that, it deserves the harshest possible sanction, especially given the life-and-death stakes.

But the scandal also raises essential questions about whether NIH scientists should receive royalties in the first place. I mean, what are we paying these people to do? If a scientist worked for a private boss, guess who gets the royalties for whatever the employee scientist invents? The boss does. That’s why he hired the scientist in the first place. Duh.

So why are NIH scientists entitled to royalties? Why aren’t NIH royalties paid back to the public treasury, since the taxpayers are the boss in this scenario?

Or, if not that, why are the inventions created using public funds not flowing into the public domain? Why should inventions be licensed to private pharma companies, with benefits flowing to government scientists? Why should the public pay on both ends - first to support the research and then again in the form of high prices and limited access for new drugs?

The NIH and its poachers-turned-game-wardens have a few good little earners there. Remind me again of the difference between big government and big pharma.

The disclosure of nearly a billion dollars in jab royalties shared by a couple hundred well-connected NIH government scientists exposes an unholy symbiosis between a captured agency and the industry it regulates, a shadow system tirelessly working behind a public façade, extracting wealth and freedom from duped citizens. The pandemic response, with its dire combination of corporate profiteering, administrative overreach, and the suppression of dissent, has exposed the workings of this infernal machine in stark detail.

Bless him, Senator Rand Paul is trying to fix the problem. His recently sponsored Royalty Transparency Act unanimously sailed through a bipartisan committee and will hopefully receive a prompt and favorable floor vote. In a burst of common sense, it would require government employees to disclose any royalties they receive.

Sunlight is the best disinfectant.

But even more than new laws and stricter ethics rules, what we need most is a renewal of the ethic of public service — the idea that government employment is a sacred trust, not a self-dealing hunting license. We need uncorrupted public officials who would never dream of trading on their offices for private enrichment, who understand the basic, timeworn notion that even the appearance of impropriety is a stain on their personal honor and on the integrity of the public institutions they steward.

Still, the disclosure of these rotten regulators and Senator Paul’s transparency bill are progress, even if long-overdue, and even if only in fits and starts.
801   Patrick   2024 Jun 5, 7:22pm  


Fauci & Co. need to pay a price for funding Wuhan lab research — and trying to cover it up

Hanging is appropriate.

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