Doctor “Deep State,” Anthony Fauci, is in some deep sh*t this time. On Wednesday, July 14, Mark Meadows pointed out an article freshly published by the Federalist, calling it a “must read on COVID-19 virus origins and the Dr. Fauci connection.” Fauci’s own emails prove he “knew more than he told the President and the American people.” A lot more.
Dr. Deep State hid key facts
The explosive report in the Federalist details email exchanges which verify that Dr. Anthony Fauci “knew key facts about the origins of COVID-19 in January 2020.”
As the article notes, “at that critical time, when the country was first learning about the virus, Dr. Fauci chose not to share the facts with Americans. Instead, he acted to conceal them.” No wonder he’s called Dr. Deep State.
At 10:32 p.m., On January 31, 2020, the new email icon lit up on Fauci’s phone as Dr. Deep State received a message from a British researcher who had been provided with millions of dollars in grants from the NIH, Dr. Kristian Andersen. The email warned, “one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.”
Andersen went on to explain “Eddie [Holmes], Bob [Garry], Mike [Ferguson] and myself all find the genome inconsistent with evolutionary theory.” Top experts agreed, back then, that Covid-19 has designer genes. They told Fauci that’s the conclusion they had reached. Andersen knew that was going to be a problem so made sure to add “(potentially)” as a butt covering afterthought.
Two hours later, in the middle of the night, Dr. Deep State “emailed his long-time deputy, Dr. Hugh Auchincloss.” Along with a copy of the message he got from Andersen, Fauci attached “a paper written by Dr. Ralph Baric and Dr. Zhengli-Li Shi.” You may recognize Shi as “the so-called ‘bat woman’ from Wuhan Institute of Virology.”
The attachment was a research paper which “highlighted taxpayer-funded gain-of-function research on coronaviruses conducted by the WIV.” He gave his assistant a heads up. “It is essential that we speak this [morning]. Keep your cell phone on… read this paper… you will have tasks today that must be done.” The Federalist makes sure to point out the “urgency” and “intensity” of the message.
A must read on COVID-19 virus origins and the Dr. Fauci connection…
Fauci’s emails show: he knew more than he told the President and the American people. https://t.co/lBN21SmPbe
— Mark Meadows (@MarkMeadows) July 14, 2021
A different story for the boss
Two hours after that, at 2:48 a.m., Dr. Deep State emailed his boss, Dr. Robert Kadlec. Fauci’s superior had been appointed by Donald Trump as Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response at the Department of Health and Human Services. He had a totally different story for Bob.
Along with the original email from Andersen, instead of the research article he sent his assistant, Fauci included “an article that downplayed the lab leak and advocated for an evolutionary origin to COVID-19.” Without giving much explanation, Fauci kept the message to a minimum. “Bob: This came out today. Gives a balanced view.” To The Federalist, it’s clear there is “No urgency. No intensity.”
The Federalist wants to know why “was Dr. Fauci so concerned when emailing his deputy but so calm when emailing his boss?” More importantly, why “didn’t he send Dr. Kadlec the Baric-Shi paper?”
It’s because that paper “supported the original message from Dr. Andersen that COVID-19 looked engineered, was inconsistent with evolutionary theory, and linked American tax dollars to gain of function research at the WIV.” Dr. Deep State has been swearing up and down there was no “gain of function” research at WIV. That, he admits, would be illegal.
When Auchincloss replied to Fauci just before noon, he mentioned, the “paper you sent me says the experiments were performed before the gain-of-function pause but have since been reviewed and approved by NIH. Not sure what this means since [we are] sure that no coronavirus work has gone through the P3 framework. [We] will try to determine if we have any distant ties to this work abroad.” That might not seem like much but it’s explosive. The Federalist spells it out. “Wow! Dr. Auchincloss’ email confirms Dr. Fauci’s worst fear. American tax dollars funded gain of function research at the WIV and that research didn’t go through proper oversight (the P3 framework).”
That can only mean one thing. “Dr. Fauci already knew there was a lethal virus on the loose in Wuhan, China.” Dr. Deep State also “knew that American taxpayers had helped to fund dangerous gain-of-function research in Wuhan.” He also knew he would get in trouble for it because “this research funding did not go through the government’s required safety review process — a process known as the P3 framework.” Then, as icing on the cake, “Fauci knew that the virus ‘looked…engineered’ and seemed to be ‘inconsistent with evolutionary theory.'” Which he totally denied until he couldn’t deny it any longer.
Once Fauci knew he had a crisis on his hands he had to stop a sudden outbreak of the truth. Dr. Deep State went into damage control mode by setting up a conference call. On February 1, 2020, Fauci had a quiet little off the record conversation with “11 virologists from around the world, including Dr. Andersen who sent Dr. Fauci the email less than 24 hours earlier.”
Strangely enough, “almost all the participants on the call had previously been awarded American taxpayer-funded grants by Dr. Fauci.” Even more interesting is who was not on that call.
You would think that Fauci would have his boss sit in on that conference but he was suspiciously absent. Dr. Robert Redfield, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wasn’t there.
Neither were Dr. Brett Giroir, Assistant Secretary for Health or Dr. Birx, the eventual COVID-19 Response Coordinator. In fact, The Federalist writes, “there was not a single U.S. government official on the call, except for Dr. Fauci.” Nobody knows what Dr. Deep State said in that call but the results were drastic.
Four days after Dr. Deep State called the secret meeting, Dr. Andersen flip-flopped and recanted. “The main crackpot theories going around at the moment relate to this virus being somehow engineered” he wrote, and “that is demonstrably false.” That’s not what he said a few days earlier.
Then “Dr. Andersen and three others on the conference call penned an article in Nature Medicine. The article included the definitive statement, that ‘Our analyses clearly show that SARS-CoV-2 is not a laboratory construct.'” Oh really.
Guess what. Dr. Deep State used that particular planted article which he set up and probably edited by citing “it in a White House press briefing as an authoritative source when asked about the virus’ origins.” All the way back on February 1, 2020, Fauci knew “COVID-19 likely came from the WIV.
He knew American taxpayers funded gain of function research on coronaviruses at the WIV. He knew this funding bypassed required oversight. And he knew the virus “looked… engineered” and was “inconsistent with evolutionary theory.” He still makes more money than the president, but conservatives wonder how much longer that will last.