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1) Timeline from myself & @HansMahncke of Fauci Emails & Call:

Jan 31, 2020 - Fauci receives email at 8:43 p.m. from Greg Folkers at NIH. Email contains no text — only single, lengthy article that had been published in the magazine Science that evening.…
2) The article was one of the earliest stories that described how scientists were working on “viral genomes” in order to “understand the origin of 2019-nCoV.”

The article also noted a Nov. 9, 2015, article in the journal Nature about gain-of-function experiments at Wuhan Lab.
3) Fauci forwarded the Science article to John Mascola of NIH at 9:47 p.m.

Two minutes later, Fauci also forwarded the article to Jeremy Farrar, the head of Wellcome Trust, a British nonprofit, and Kristian Andersen, a professor at Scripps Research.
4) Fauci also emailed the article to Robert Kadlec at HHS Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), at 9:49 p.m.

At 10:32 p.m. that evening, Fauci received an email response from Andersen, who acknowledged receiving the article & made observation.
5) According to Andersen, “The unusual features of the virus make up a really small part of the genome (<0.1%) so one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.”
6) Earlier in the day, Andersen had sent a tweet rebutting Sen. Tom Cotton’s theory that the virus could have stemmed from the Wuhan lab, saying:

“The analyses are completely flawed and wrong. They can safely be ignored.”
7) Feb 1, 2020 at 7:29 a.m. — Fauci sent Hugh Auchincloss, NIAID’s principal deputy director, the 2015 Nature article that detailed the gain-of-function experiments and the funding by NIH.
8) Fauci included a strongly worded message, saying: “It is essential that we speak this AM. Keep your cell phone on.”

Fauci directed Auchincloss to “read this paper as well as the e-mail that I will forward to you now.”

“You will have tasks today that must be done.”
9) The 2015 Nature article (Gain-of-Function) was referenced indirectly in the recently published article by Cohen.

Thirty-five seconds later, Fauci followed up by sending Auchincloss the newly published Science article that had been forwarded to him the evening before.
10) At 8:19 a.m., Fauci sent the Nature article to Lawrence Tabak at NIH, in an email marked as “IMPORTANT.”

Fauci simply told Tabak, “Here it is.”
11) About two hours later, at 10:34 a.m., Farrar sent out a group email, announcing a 2 p.m. conference call.

His email noted that “information and discussion is shared in total confidence and not to be shared until agreement on next steps.”
12) Included in the email was a brief agenda that included the items “Introduction, focus and desired outcomes” and “Summary and next steps.”

Including Farrar, there were a total of 13 people listed on the teleconference agenda.
13) Shortly after Farrar’s email on the conference call, Auchincloss responded to Fauci at 11:47 a.m. under an email thread with the subject line of “Continued.”

This email chain differed from the one that Fauci had initiated when he sent the two articles earlier that morning. Image
14) Fauci responded to Auchincloss’s email simply at 12:51 p.m: “OK. Stay tuned.”

At 1:13 p.m., Farrar sent email relating to pending 2 p.m. call: “Kristen and Eddie have shared this and will talk through it on the call. Thank you. Hope it will help frame the discussions.”
15) At 1:43 p.m., Marion Koopmans, who oversees a Dutch lab that was previously involved with gain-of-function experiments, sent an email to Farrar and CC’d Fauci and other members of the call.

The body of Koopmans’s email is fully redacted.
16) Also at 1:43pm, Fauci responded to Andersen’s email, which had previously noted that “one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.”

Fauci simply wrote: “Thanks, Kristian. Talk soon on the call.“
17) The teleconference ostensibly began at 2:00 p.m.

At 2:56 p.m., during teleconference, Farrar sent an email to four of the 13 individuals believed to be on the call, including Fauci, asking: “Can I suggest we shut down the call and then redial in? Just for 5-10 mins?”
18) At 3:03 p.m., Fauci responded directly to Farrar’s request with a simple “yes.”

At 3:07 p.m., Farrar appears to have rejoined the call, sending an email that read somewhat confusingly, “I have rejoined so a line is open if any help to rejoin.”
19) The next email is sent at 3:50 p.m. email, by Collins, who appears to reference WHO head Tedros:

“Hi Jeremy, I can make myself available at any time 24/7 for the call with Tedros. Just let me know. Thanks for your leadership on this critical and sensitive issue. Francis.“
20) Farrar email 3:59: There is clearly much to understand understand in this. This call was very helpful to hear some of our current understanding and the many gaps in our knowledge.

Redacted. Then: I hope that is a reasonable approach, please send any thoughts or suggestions.
21) Feb 2, 2020 - At 3:30 a.m., Ron Fouchier sent an email to unknown recipients, thanking Farrar for the “useful teleconference” and included a section titled “Ron’s notes.”

The section of notes spans more than two full pages and is completely redacted.
22) Farrar email at 4:48 a.m. to Andrew Raumbaut and others on teleconference.

Farrar: “this is a very complex issue.” Followed by long redaction.

Farrar close: “I suggest we don’t get into a further scientific discussion here, but wait for that group to be established.”
23) NIH head Collins then sent an email to Farrar at 5:27 a.m., stating that he was available “for a call to Tedros.”

“Let me know if I can help get through his thicket of protectors,” he wrote.

The email was copied to Fauci and Tabak.
24) Feb 2, 2020 at 7:13 a.m., Collins sent an email to Farrar and CC’d Fauci and Tabak, noting, “Really appreciate us thinking through the options …”

This entry is followed by a one-line redaction.
25) 11:28 am, Farrar email to Fauci & Collins, cc'd Tabak:

“Tedros and Bernhard have apparently gone into conclave … they need to decide today in my view. If they do prevaricate, I would appreciate a call with you later tonight or tomorrow to think how we might take forward.”
26) Farrar added a link to @zerohedge article on the possibility that the coronavirus came out of a lab.

The day after Farrar’s message, ZeroHedge was banned from Twitter.
27) Although it isn’t known what WHO Director Tedros was told, or asked, on Feb. 3, 2020, he issued his “Report of the Director General,” which included a call to “combat the spread of rumours & misinformation.”

Tedros also followed up w/tweet.


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