Revealing the Truth Behind COVID-19: Rand Paul’s Explosive Accusations against Fauci

In a shocking turn of events, Senator Rand Paul launched a blistering attack on Dr. Anthony Fauci. The senator accused Fauci of misleading Congress about the origins of the COVID-19 virus and the role of the Wuhan lab in its creation.

Paul, during a congressional hearing in July, pointed out that a scientific paper credited the National Institutes of Health (NIH) for funding research that involved creating new viruses not found in nature.

The paper detailed how two bat coronavirus spike genes were combined with a SARS-related backbone to create these new viruses, which were then shown to replicate in humans.

Paul cited a paper that directly supported his claims about gain of function research and its funding.

However, Fauci maintained that the paper was not indicative of ‘gain of function’ research, as judged by qualified staff.

The plot thickened when Paul announced an “official criminal referral” to the Department of Justice against Fauci. He cited an email from February 2020 where Fauci discussed a call with UK medical investigator Jeremy Farrar.

In this email, Fauci mentioned concerns raised by scientists about unusual mutations in the virus that seemed unlikely to have evolved naturally in bats. There was suspicion that these mutations were intentionally inserted.

Fauci’s email further heightened suspicions, as it acknowledged that scientists at Wuhan University were known to be working on gain-of-function experiments. These experiments aimed to understand how bat viruses adapt to infect humans and the outbreak originated in Wuhan.

Paul took to social media to express his outrage.

He reminded Fauci that lying to Congress is a federal crime and suggested Fauci lied regarding COVID-19 gain-of-function research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

Next, Fauci insisted that he didn’t give any false testimony. He denied the NIH financed gain-of-function research, notwithstanding Paul quoting a journal paper titled “Discovery of a rich gene pool of bat SARS-related coronaviruses.”

Paul concluded his argument by reading from the NIH definition of ‘gain of function,’ which states scientific research that increases the transmissibility among mammals is considered gain of function.

He accused Fauci of dancing around the issue to obscure responsibility for the global pandemic that claimed millions of lives.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.

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