‘Dirt’ dug up on Fauci ahead of congressional investigations

This story was originally published by the WND News Center.

Anthony Fauci, Joe Biden’s adviser on COVID-19, reveled in the daily television appearances where he claimed he WAS “science” during the pandemic and told Americans they needed to wear masks, then didn’t, but above all they had to accept the experimental jabs.

He’s departing his government job within days but isn’t likely to be left entirely alone as multiple members of Congress have warned that he’ll need to testify about the disastrous handling of the pandemic that cost millions of lives.

Now, a report at SlayNews is confirming that the “dirt” on Fauci already is appearing. And members of Congress want to grill him.

The report said, “Twitter boss Elon Musk found some dirt on Dr. Anthony Fauci and went public on his social media platform to devastating effect.”

For instance, Musk said, “Almost no one seems to realize that the head of bioethics at NIH – the person who is supposed to make sure that Fauci behaves ethically – is his wife.”

Further, the comments noted that “gain-of-function” research is “just another way of saying ‘bioweapon,'” and that Fauci authored a 2012 paper promoting that very research.

The report said it was the Weekend Australian that unearthed a 2012 paper Fauci wrote for the American Society for Microbiology where he advocated for gain-of-function research.

“Such research involves making viruses more infectious and/or deadly,” the report said.

One prominent and well-supported explanation for COVID-19 was that it was developed at China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology, which does gain-of-function work, and it somehow got loose, circling the globe and killing millions.

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