Fauci Emails: Researcher who funded Wuhan Lab, admits manipulating coronaviruses, thanked Fauci for dismissing lab-leak theory
Just like peeling the onion one layer at a time, the truth about the origin of coronavirus is slowly unraveling. As experts comb through hundreds of pages of Fauci’s emails obtained by The Washington Post and BuzzFeed News through the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), new truths are about what Dr. Fauci knew in the early days of coronavirus are now been revealed to the public.
One particularly email of interest is in an exchange with Dr. Fauci where Kristian G. Andersen discussed the origin of the coronavirus before a call, Kristian wrote:
“I should mention that after discussions earlier today, Eddie, Bob, Mike, and myself all find the genome to be inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”
What’s worth noting about this email exchange is that, right after Andersen had discussed with Dr. Fauci, he orchestrated a paper published on Nature Medicine which has been used as a pivot point to spread the misinformation about the origin of Covid19. Below is a screenshot of the paper published on March 20, 2020, about 45 days after his email exchange with Dr. Fauci.
Elsewhere in the emails, a researcher who funded the Wuhan Labs thanked Dr. Fauci for publicly dismissing the lab leak theory early on during the pandemic. The email from Dr. Peter Daszak, President of the EcoHealth Alliance, a group that has extensive ties to the Wuhan lab gain of function research, sent an email to Fauci on April 18, 2020, roughly six weeks after the outbreak had taken hold.
The email reads:
“As the Pl of the ROl grant publicly targeted by Fox News reporters at the Presidential press briefing last night, I just wanted to say a personal thank you on behalf of our staff and collaborators, for publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for COVID-19 from a bat-to-human spillover, not a lab release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
From my perspective, your comments are brave, and coming from your trusted voice, will help dispel the myths being spun around the virus’ origins. Once this pandemic’s over I look forward thanking you in person and let you know how important your comments are to us all.”
Dr. Fauci responded to the email the day after, saying:
Many thanks for your kind note.
That’s not all. A year before the coronavirus in December 2019, Daszak, who also works for the World Health Organisation, is on record admitting that he was involved with manipulating coronaviruses. Below is a YouTube video of him talking about how ‘good’ the viruses are for messing around within a lab.
Daszak also stated that “coronaviruses are pretty good… you can manipulate them in the lab pretty easily… the spiked proteins drive a lot about what happens. You can get the sequence you can build the protein, we work with Ralph Baric at UNC to do this, insert into the backbone of another virus and do some work in a lab.”