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Report: Dr Fauci Backed Wuhan Lab Doing ‘Crazy’ Coronavirus Research

Infectious disease experts say research ‘enhanced the ability of bat coronavirus to infect human cells.’

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Newsweek has highlighted that the Chinese Scientists who were said to have been doing ‘crazy’ things with coronavirus in the Wuhan Institute of Virology, were funded by the White House senior health advisor Dr Anthony Fauci just last year.

The report notes that in 2019 Fauci, as head of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), backed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding commitment of $3.7 million for a further six years of research on bat coronaviruses in the Chinese lab.

The report also noted that the research outline included manipulating viruses in the lab in order to gauge the potential for infection in humans.

The funding, which has now been halted by the Trump administration, was in addition to the previous $3.7 million provided to the Chinese lab between 2014-2019.

Therefore, a total of $7.4 million had been provided for the Chinese coronavirus research, according to the report.

According to Rutgers University infectious disease expert Richard Ebright, the description of the research indicates that experiments were being carried out that would “enhance the ability of bat coronavirus to infect human cells and laboratory animals using techniques of genetic engineering.”

Ebright, has previously said that a lab leak causing the pandemic cannot be ruled out until it is properly investigated.

In addition, a world renowned Russian microbiologist claimed last week that the novel coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic was the result of Wuhan scientists doing “absolutely crazy things” in their lab.

The Newsweek report notes that over 200 scientists called for the work going on in the Wuhan lab, as well as other Chinese facilities to be halted, specifically warning that it “increased the likelihood that a pandemic would occur through a laboratory accident.”

However, Dr. Fauci defended the research, writing in the Washington Post on December 30, 2011 “[D]etermining the molecular Achilles’ heel of these viruses can allow scientists to identify novel antiviral drug targets that could be used to prevent infection in those at risk or to better treat those who become infected.”

The report notes that while the research was temporarily impeded due to such concerns in 2014, it began again in 2017 after secret reviews were conducted by the NIH.

Last year, the research again came under criticism from scientists.

“We have serious doubts about whether these experiments should be conducted at all,” wrote Tom Inglesby of Johns Hopkins University and Marc Lipsitch of Harvard. “[W]ith deliberations kept behind closed doors, none of us will have the opportunity to understand how the government arrived at these decisions or to judge the rigor and integrity of that process.”

Newsweek says that Dr. Fauci did not respond to requests for comment, however the NIH responded with a statement that said “Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally, as demonstrated by the SARS epidemic of 2002-03, and the current COVID-19 pandemic…. scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory.”

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UK Councils Bring Back ‘COVID Marshals’ to Report People For Not Social Distancing

They have no enforcement power, but will call the cops.

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UK council authorities are putting more ‘COVID marshals’ onto the streets to report people to the police for not properly social distancing.

After the government lifted some lockdown restrictions on Monday, bars and restaurants were allowed to open outside.

This prompted the media to once again hysterically point to footage of people daring to enjoy themselves in order to whip up another contrived panic over a ‘4th wave’ of the virus returning despite Britain having one of the lowest case rates in the world amongst major countries.

Local government immediately responded by vowing to put more state spies on the streets.

“Councils across England have boosted the number of Covid-19 marshals patrolling city centres after scenes of overcrowding since outdoor drinking and dining resumed on Monday,” reports the Times.

The marshals have no enforcement power, so their role almost entirely depends on lecturing people about their behavior and then snitching on them to police if they fail to comply.

As we previously highlighted, when the second lockdown was implemented in the UK last autumn, COVID marshals were dispatched to ensure pubs and clubs were closed.

Photographs from the patrols showed marshals peering into windows and letterboxes to ensure gatherings or private parties were not taking place.

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Images from London on Monday also showed masked security guards with attack dogs waiting to deal with any trouble caused by overcrowding as shops re-opened.

This is all apparently part of the process of regaining our freedom!

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Tucker Carlson Responds To Fauci Labelling His Basic Questions ‘Crazy Conspiracy Theory’

“Why do people who have been previously infected and show high levels of antibodies have to live under the restrictions that the vaccines were supposed to eliminate?”

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Tucker Carlson responded to Anthony Fauci’s accusation that it is “a typical crazy conspiracy theory” to question why restrictions must remain in place even with a COVID vaccine by asking “If this stuff works, why can’t you live like it works?

Fauci has refused to appear on Carlson’s show, but instead appears daily on CNN, where Wednesday he said “I don’t have any idea of what [Carlson] is talking about,” and called the Fox host a ‘conspiracy theorist’ for questioning why masks and distancing still need to be in place if the vaccine works.

Carlson responded by repeating the same “very straightforward” question, “why do people who have been previously infected and show high levels of antibodies have to live under the restrictions that the vaccines were supposed to eliminate?”

“Why, for example, does Tony Fauci say you have to wear a mask after you get the vaccine?” Carlson continued, adding “If we are following the science, and we sincerely hope to, we’re wondering, is Fauci telling Americans who have been vaccinated or who have been recovered from the coronavirus itself, that they aren’t protected against future infections?”

“Is that why he is saying they can’t eat in restaurants or go to bars? These are not trick questions. They are the most basic of all questions. We would love to have Dr. Fauci on this show to explain them.,” Carlson continued.

“This, again, is not a trick question, we are not playing word games here, what is the answer?” Carlson pleaded, adding “If the coronavirus vaccine prevents you from catching the coronavirus, why are you wearing a mask? Why can’t you eat in a restaurant? And if it doesn’t prevent you from catching the coronavirus, why are we taking it in the first place? Both can’t be true.”

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MSNBC Analyst Mocked For Saying Vaccine Felt Like a “Wave of Euphoria”

It’s not heroin, mate.

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An MSNBC analyst was mocked on Twitter after he bizarrely commented that taking the COVID-19 vaccine felt like a “wave of euphoria.”

Matthew Miller became the latest public figure to aggressively signal his virtue with the apparent belief that having a jab is some kind of Mother Theresa-level act of public service.

“Did not quite anticipate the wave of euphoria and emotion that comes with that first shot. Go get your vaccine, folks. Best feeling you’ll have had in a year,” tweeted Miller.

Given that his description of taking the vaccine was more suited to taking a large dose of heroin, Miller faced almost immediate ridicule.

Journalists and news pundits have developed a weird fetish for posting vaccine selfies, appearing to believe that having someone inject a needle in your arm is a momentous act of moral bravery.

Last week, CNN’s Brian Stelter also faced mockery for calling out Fox News hosts for not sharing their own vaccine selfies.

“It’s really important to see all these TV anchors, personalities, showing themselves getting the shot. We’ve seen a lot of vaccine selfies from lots of folks at lots of different networks, it’s been really inspiring to see,” Stelter said.

“So, I say all of that to make the following point,” Stelter added. “Where are the biggest stars on Fox getting vaccinated?”

Maybe most of them are getting vaccinated but don’t broadcast the fact because getting vaccinated isn’t an achievement.

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