Monday, January 24, 2022

Fauci and Collins belong in jail, and should be sued by all the doctors and researchers they tried to ruin

The damage they did, both to the science they claim to champion and to lots of people, is huge.
Note the irony: to 'stop conspiracy theories', they created a conspiracy to hide the truth.
Bold mine:
Andersen reported to Fauci that “after discussions earlier today, Eddie, Bob, Mike and myself all find the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.” Eddie is Edward C. Holmes of the University of Sydney; Bob is Robert F. Garry of Tulane University; Mike is Michael Farzan at Scripps Research. In their unanimous view, the virus didn’t come from nature and may instead have escaped from a lab.
You might think that the senior administrators present at the conference would have rushed to investigate the startling inference that their expert advisers had drawn. But just one day after the teleconference at which his experts explained why they thought the virus seemed manipulated, Collins complained about the damage such an idea might cause. “The voices of conspiracy will quickly dominate, doing great potential harm to science and international harmony,” he wrote on February 2, 2020, according to the new emails.

Even after the March 2020 Nature Medicine article, which made the natural-origin theory the mainstream view, Collins still fretted that the lab-leak idea had not been sufficiently suppressed. “Wondering if there is something NIH can do to help put down this very destructive conspiracy,” he emailed Fauci on April 16.
So what induced these virologists to such a radical change of view? “The February 1, 2020, telecon sent a clear message to participants that Fauci and Collins regarded discussion of the lab leak possibility, even though plausible on scientific data, to be politically unacceptable and something that had to be blocked,” says Richard Ebright of Rutgers University, a molecular biologist and a leading critic of gain-of-function research.

Fauci oversees a large portion of funds available for virology research in the U.S. It is not unreasonable to suppose that virologists keen on continuing their careers would be very attentive to his wishes. Both Garry’s and Andersen’s labs receive large sums of money from the NIAID. “Telecon participants with current and pending grants controlled by Fauci and Collins could not have missed or misunderstood the clear message,” Ebright says.

They've repeatedly lied under oath, they went through games to funnel money to the PRC for what boiled down to biological warfare research.  They tried to ruin- DID ruin some- anyone who pointed out the elephant in the lab.  And they may well have been instrumental in the deaths of one hell of a lot of people.  And THEN they pushed a vaccine at any cost and trashed the idea of other treatments.

Jail.  At the least.


dug said...


dug said...

" I am not a crook..."

Anonymous said...

Jail? Fok that.... got rhope?