Despite what you hear on the airwaves or read in the newspapers, Dr. Anthony Fauci was up to his neck in funding coronavirus research in Wuhan, China. Sharri Markson, host of Sky News in Australia, says her investigation into Fauci’s involvement with the Wuhan Institute of Virology reveals his agency funded 60 projects at the lab.
Fauci sarcastically cited on a recent newscast: “You don’t want to go to Hoboken, N.J., or Fairfax, Va., to be studying the bat-human interface that might lead to an outbreak, so you go to China.” Markson was appalled by the statement. “This just shows how incredibly stupid Anthony Fauci is,” she said. “If there’s a contagious coronavirus outbreak in China, obviously it’s going to affect the rest of the world.”
Markson’s probe reveals that Fauci wrote a paper, pointing out his gain-of-function research was worth the risk of a pandemic and that he even funded coronavirus research in conjunction with the Chinese military. Shockingly, he never mentioned at Oval Office meetings that his agency–the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases–was funding the research. Here’s more with Markson.