Dr. Fauci now denies any involvement with coronavirus gain-of-function experimentation, but prominent people who worked alongside Fauci during the early months of the covid-19 scandal are beginning to speak out against him.
In a recent Senate hearing, Dr. Rand Paul interrogated Dr. Anthony Fauci on coronavirus gain-of-function, an unethical field of research that was banned in the US in 2014, but was funded multiple times by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), where Fauci presides as director.
Dr. Fauci repeatedly and adamantly perjured himself during the Senate hearing, lying to the American people about his level of involvement in the ongoing experiments on viruses and human immune systems. He altogether denied that the NIH and NIAID was involved in gain-of-function research, even though the NIAID approved $3.7 million in grants that were sent to Dr. Peter Daszak at the Eco Health Alliance and funneled to the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. The NIH even designed a “public health emergency” loophole that allowed Chinese researchers to subvert the moratorium on gain-of-function experimentation.