The former head of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Disease, Anthony Fauci, was snuck into the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) headquarters in order to influence their findings on the COVID-19 virus origins.
The former chief medical advisor allegedly embarked upon a massive cover-up attempt for the notorious EcoHealth Alliance, the Chinese Communist Party, and the Wuhan Lab.
Fauci is now said to have been “escorted into Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters–without a record of entry and participated in the analysis to ‘influence’ the Agency’s review,” of COVID-19, The National Pulse reported.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio), the head of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, said he had “concerning information” obtained by his panel in a letter sent to the inspector general of the Department of Health and Human Services.
“The information provided suggests that Dr. Fauci was escorted into Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters — without a record of entry — and participated in the analysis to ‘influence’ the Agency’s review,” Wenstrup said.
“Our goal is to ensure the scientific investigative process regarding the origins of COVID-19 was fair, impartial, and free of alternative influence,” he added.
Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), the Subcommittee Chairman, requested “[d]ocuments sufficient to show any Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General authorized, supported, or otherwise affiliated movements of Dr. Anthony Fauci from January 1, 2020, through December 31, 2022, into any CIA owned, operated, or occupied building, including but not limited to the George Bush Center of Intelligence.”
Rep. Wenstrup additionally requested that Special Agent Brett Rowland, who worked with Fauci through the Department of Health and Human Services, be available for a transcribed interview.
“The American people deserve the truth — to know the origins of the virus and whether there was a concerted effort by public health authorities to suppress the lab leak theory for political or national security purposes,” Wenstrup argues while demanding information related to the “movements of Fauci throughout the pandemic.”
The letter explains:
“The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic is authorized to investigate ‘the origins of the Coronavirus pandemic, including but not limited to the Federal Government’s funding of gain-of-function research’ and ‘executive branch policies, deliberations, decisions, activities, and internal and external communications related to the coronavirus pandemic.'”
In June, the US intelligence community declassified its 10-page report on the COVID origins, which found “biosafety concerns” and “genetic engineering” at the Wuhan lab.
The report noted that most of its “agencies assess that SARS-CoV-2 was not genetically engineered.”
The CIA “remains unable to determine the precise origin of the COVID-19 pandemic, as both hypotheses rely on significant assumptions or face challenges with conflicting reporting,” it says.
Last month, Republican Senator Rand Paul escalated his criminal referral on Fauci after the Biden DOJ failed to take any action.
“Because of the DOJ’s inaction regarding Fauci’s lies to Congress, I’ve now sent a criminal referral to DC US Attorney Matthew Graves. I’m demanding an investigation.”
Because of the DOJ’s inaction regarding Fauci’s lies to congress, I’ve now sent a criminal referral to D.C. U.S. Attorney Matthew Graves. I’m demanding an investigation. Read the full letter here: https://t.co/HLEySLgfkv pic.twitter.com/ih2b7pgcqm— Senator Rand Paul (@SenRandPaul) August 8, 2023
In the letter on the criminal referral, Paul writes that “Fauci testified that ‘the NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain-of-function research in the Wuhan Institute of Virology.’ In a subsequent hearing, I warned Dr. Fauci of the criminal implications of lying to Congress and offered him an opportunity to recant his previous statements.”
The Senator adds:
“In response, Dr. Fauci stated that he had ‘never lied before the Congress’ and ‘d[id] not retract that statement.’ Dr. Fauci’s testimony is inconsistent with facts that have since come to light.”
The letter continues:
“Before Congress, Dr. Fauci denied funding gain-of-function research. To the press, he claims to have a dispassionate view on the lab leak hypothesis, and in private, he acknowledges gain-of-function research at WIV to his colleagues. His own colleagues have acknowledged Dr. Fauci’s inconsistency.”
“A congressional hearing, however, is not the place for a public servant to play political games – especially when the health and well-being of American citizens is on the line,” Paul further urges.