I was beginning to think we wouldn’t hear from the little mouse ever again.
In a recent television appearance, Anthony Fauci says that China was very secretive about the pandemic in the early stages, but—and this is the rich part—they didn’t ‘cover-up’ the pandemic.
Fauci’s words represent more semantic word games from the very people alleged to have a key role in the Covid-19 pandemic. U.S. scientists are likely just as guilty as the Chinese authorities for the spread of this virus.
This by no means alleviates the CCP of the responsibility they bear for their role in the spread of this virus, but it’s incredibly telling that the people on the Western side of this are doing everything to shield their Eastern co-conspirators.
Here are the latest developments:
FOIA docs show Fauci’s agency has been hiding info on China’s failure to provide essential data on COVID-19. The slow-rolling and stonewalling by Fauci’s agency on China, gain of function, and its COVID response generally is pure obstruction. https://t.co/FPM2lMKGsx pic.twitter.com/6IYNRKT3vQ
— Tom Fitton (@TomFitton) April 1, 2022
— Judicial Watch ⚖️ (@JudicialWatch) March 30, 2022
Fauci’s exact words were captured by The Epoch Times:
“You know, I don’t want to create any or mention any disparaging remarks about that,” Fauci responded.
“But the Chinese are very closed, in a way of being very reluctant, particularly when you have a disease that evolves in their country, they become extremely secretive, even though there’s no reason to be secretive,” he continued.
It’s significant given that the WHO & Fauci publicly praised China’s response, Fauci as recently as Indian’s Delta wave
We need to debate & formalize what public health in the US is going to be, going forward
Ad hoc, follow the leader?
Or established rules and human rights
— Catherine Johnson (@smarterparrot) April 2, 2022
Anthony Fauci, Pre China-Virus:
— ⚔️🦅🇺🇸Tams 🇺🇸🦅⚔️ (@TamsManke) March 31, 2022
Zero Hedge explains:
Emails disclosed earlier this year suggested that Fauci not only initiated efforts to cover up evidence pointing to a lab origin of COVID-19 but actively shaped a highly influential academic paper that excluded the possibility of a laboratory leak.