1/ Feb. 1, 2020 was a very big day for Dr. Anthony S. Fauci.

That afternoon he had a conference call with virologists - one of whom had just flagged the potentially "engineered" features of #SarsCov2 to him - to discuss a document called "coronavirus sequence comparison."
2/ But Dr. Fauci had other calls on his mind that day too.

At 12:29 a.m. on Feb. 1 (a Saturday), he emailed his deputy, Dr. Hugh Auchincloss. The subject line was "IMPORTANT." He attached a 2015 paper from Nature Medicine describing gain-of-function research on coronaviruses...
3/ Research that the director of the Wuhan Institute of Virology had helped conduct. Research that other scientists had criticized publicly as overly risky.

"Hugh, it is essential that we speak this AM," he wrote. "Read this paper... You will have tasks today that must be done."
4/ Tasks that must be done. Gee, that doesn't sound suspicious at all.

What tasks? I dunno, Dr. Fauci didn't say specifically - at least not in any emails we've seen yet. Maybe he just was sending ol' Hugh on a coffee run. Mocha, skim, hop to it, doc!

Or maybe not.

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3 Jun
1/ The #FauciEmails are the gift that keeps on giving. Remember Peter Daszak? He’s at the heart of all of it - his group funneled NIH money to the Wuhan lab, and he organized a letter to @TheLancet in February 2020 condemning “conspiracy theories” about #SARSCoV2... ImageImage
2/ That was the first public effort to use a big scientific journal to steer attention from the lab. A week later, Daszak did so again, with an @NEJM paper insisting the virus had to be natural.

Guess who saw the paper in advance and was asked to coauthor it?

Dr. Anthony Fauci.
3/ Fauci ultimately said no, agreeing with a staffer that "it would look weird." But this is yet more evidence of how close he and Daszak were - and his secret efforts from the first to discredit the lab leak theory.

(BTW - the paper is dated April 2, but it came out Feb. 26.)
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2 Jun
Hey, Dr. Wen, if you want people to trust you, maybe stop saying things that aren't true?

In your op-ed, you write, "It took 14 years to prove that another coronavirus, SARS, was transmitted from bats to civet cats to humans."

Actually it took about six months.
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2 Jun
1/ Near the end of the Fauci email dump are some VERY heavily redacted emails from Feb. 1 and 2, 2020 about a conference call that included @K_G_Andersen - who had just emailed Fauci about his concerns that Sars-Cov-2 had "features [that] (potentially) look engineered."
2/ Because the emails are so censored, it is impossible to know what Fauci, Andersen, et al discussed on the call. However, they do have intriguing clues. Jeremy Farrar, a British doctor who runs the Wellcome Trust - a research nonprofit with a $40 billion endowment - mentions...
3/ A @zerohedge article raising the possibility the virus was a bioweapon (this came out of quickly discredited Indian research that appeared to show the virus had pieces of HIV's genetic code in it). Farrar also refers to "Tedros" and "Bernhard"...
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26 May
1/ Meanwhile, @cdcgov and the public health experts insist that post-vaccine myocarditis cases in young people are occurring at normal background rates. THIS IS FALSE. I normally give myself wriggle room, but the data are unequivocal. THEY ARE NOT TELLING THE TRUTH...
2/ The best data we have come from Connecticut, where 18 cases were reported as of May 24 - all of whom were hospitalized. The state called them 16-34, but the hospitals reported them as under 30. Connecticut reported ~240,000 fully vaccinated people under 30 as of May 19...
3/ If 1/2 of the vaccinated were men (who are far more likely to get this), that’s a rate of 1 in 6700 men.

Now, you can play with the numbers to get the ratio down as low as 1 in 5,000 or as high as 1 in 15,000 if you like, but even 1 in 15K is far worse than background rate...
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26 May
1/ #Covid vaccine fanatics don’t want you to worry about post-vax heart infections in teens and young men.

The myocarditis cases are “mild,” @NBCNews says.

Weirdly, that’s not how they described myocarditis last year, when it was (largely falsely) linked to #Covid itself...
2/ Back then, myocarditis was very serious. It even could lead to sudden death. Just ask @nbcnews.

Spoiler alert: they were telling the truth then. They’re lying now...
3/ “Children diagnosed with myocarditis have only a 60% likelihood of transplantation-free survival at 10 years.” (That’s heart transplants; children is under 18.)

For adults, myocarditis results in heart transplants in 1-8% of cases.

So, yeah, mild.
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20 May
1/ The #Covid vaccine push is just about over in the United States. First doses are down 70% from the April peak, to the lowest levels since mid-January - and that includes a temporary bump last week from the hideous decision to allow 12-15 year-olds to get the shot.
2/ The plunge comes despite an incredibly aggressive and expensive marketing and promotional campaign. At this point the public health folks have to see they are pushing on a string. They have only three choices...
3/ Coercion. Mandatory vaccinations are out but they can try to get schools and businesses to do the dirty work. Most companies don’t seem to want to play along, but schools have been more willing...

Accepting current levels and declaring victory....
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