Dr. Fauci FINALLY Faces The Music!

Dr. Fauci FINALLY Faces The Music!

The leaked emails disclosed by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) shed light on the origins of the COVID-19 outbreak. Senator Paul publicly released these emails on Tuesday, revealing exchanges between key NIH officials and EcoHealth Alliance, a nonprofit organization focused on global health research.

According to the emails, there were discussions about mapping the genomes of more than 700 coronaviruses and a repository of 15,000 samples from Wuhan. However, Dr. Fauci did not disclose these conversations publicly.

This raises concerns that David Morens, a senior advisor to Dr. Fauci, may have used his personal email for private communications instead of following proper protocols.

A subpoena was issued for Dr. Morens on Tuesday by the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. The Subcommittee aims to investigate whether Morens attempted to bypass the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by using his personal email account, which guarantees public access to government data.

Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), the chairman of the House subcommittee, issued the subpoena for records related to the origins of COVID-19 from Morens's personal email. Later this year, Morens, accused by whistleblowers of avoiding transparency by using private email, will testify publicly.

Morens is alleged to have provided Dr. Peter Daszak with access to private materials and insights into internal discussions at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as revealed in emails made public by EcoHealth Alliance.

In one email, Morens mentioned Fauci's involvement in damage control following the cancellation of an EcoHealth Alliance grant. Another email from Dr. Daszak suggested using non-official communication methods, expressing concerns about samples stored in Wuhan freezers.

Senator Rand Paul voiced his concerns publicly, stating that the uncovered emails raise troubling questions about what Dr. Fauci and others at NIH knew about the pandemic's origins. This controversy reignites debates over "gain-of-function" research and NIH-funded programs' role in the pandemic's onset.

Elon Musk also weighed in on the matter, expressing surprise and disbelief at the revelations.

Earlier emails allegedly used by Dr. Morens to conceal COVID-19 information were made public by the Select Subcommittee in June 2023. Morens was subsequently fired by NIH and placed on administrative leave for potential violations of federal records rules.

Chairman Brad Wenstrup issued a subpoena for NIH records related to Morens's activities in October 2023, but the results of an internal NIH probe were not disclosed to Congress or the public. Morens's association with Dr. Peter Daszak and restrictions on discussing COVID-19 origins further fueled speculation about transparency issues.

In January 2024, during a transcripted interview, Wenstrup vowed to obtain Morens's private email address. Whistleblower evidence released in April implicated Morens in deliberately violating transparency laws to hinder discussions about COVID-19 origins.

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