Dr. Tony rejects claims he ‘Froze-Out’ lab leak Proponents

Fauci rejects claims he ‘Froze-Out’ lab leak Proponents

Claims from former CDC director Robert Redfield

By Ben Whedon

Former National Institutes of Allergy & Infectious Diseases (NIAID) Director Dr. Anthony Fauci on Thursday rejected congressional testimony from a former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director alleging that Fauci had excluded proponents of the theory that COVID-19 leaked from a Chinese lab from major discussions on handling the pandemic.

“I really feel badly about that because I’ve known Bob a long time. He is totally and unequivocally incorrect in what he’s saying, that I excluded him. I had nothing to do with who would be on that call,” Fauci told Fox News’s Neil Cavuto of former CDC Director Robert Redfield’s testimony.

Redfield had told Congress that he was excluded from a Feb. 1, 2020, call saying, “I was quite upset as the CDC director that I was excluded, excluded from those discussions. Why would they do this? Because I had a different point of view and I was told they made a decision that they would keep this confidential until they came up with a single narrative.”

Fauci, for his part, contended that Redfield’s presence would not have been objectionable but that he had not been the one to select the call’s participants. He further contended that he had not ever taken a firm stance on the virus’s origin one way or another.

Formerly maligned as a conspiracy theory, the notion that the virus leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology has increasingly gained traction with federal agencies such as the FBI and the Department of Energy.

Some lawmakers have taken the theory a step further, suggesting openness to the idea that China may have orchestrated the pandemic’s spread to gauge international response or to target former President Donald Trump.

“If you look at all the substantial and circumstantial evidence here, the timing of the leak, the fact that they denied and denied that it even came from a lab… It wouldn’t surprise me at all, the Chinese Communist Party released this virus,” Florida Republican Rep. Greg Steube said Thursday on the “Just the News, No Noise” television show.

Ben Whedon is an editor and reporter for Just the News. Follow him on Twitter.



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2 Comments on Dr. Tony rejects claims he ‘Froze-Out’ lab leak Proponents

  1. Dr. David E. Martin, who has represented the U.S. goverment in 168 countries in meetings regarding biochemical warfare, states, “What we know is the Department of Energy Report that has now attracted an enormous amount of attention, has suggested that they have what they call a “low confidence interval” in their narrative that the origins of coronavirus were a lab leak in China.

    And it’s very important for everyone to realize that this is a misdirection, just like every other part of the propaganda of this particular pandemic has been, which has not surprisingly been the ongoing effort to implicate an exclusive responsibility for this on China. We actually have written evidence, submitted in 2015, published in 2016, that actually doesn’t leave any room for even a question. This is not a low confidence interval. This is actually a dead-on one hundred percent certainty. And, remember, this is during the gain-of-function moratorium, that Anthony Fauci said he never funded, despite the fact that the grant that gave rise to this research came from him.

    Martin then proceeds to present the evidence from the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, titled, “SARS-like WIV1-CoV poised for human emergence”, received for review September 4, 2015 from principal author Ralph S. Baric, UNC at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC; published January 6, 2016.

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