Emails Reveal Fauci LIED About These 9 Grants to Chinese Labs

Stop me if you’ve heard this story before.

Donald Trump, a conservative or anyone on social media says that a government official did something wrong, and the liberal media says it’s false.

But later on, it’s revealed that said official did do something wrong, and the original accusation was true. And here we go again.

Earlier this year, several online sources reported that Dr. Anthony Fauci provided research grants to the Wuhan Lab in China, to study bat coronaviruses. Politifact and liberal media outlets said this was “false.”

However, activist watchdog group Judicial Watch made a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. And the info they uncovered was the ‘smoking gun’ that proved these allegations were 100% true.

Judicial Watch received 301 pages of emails and other documents. They reveal a close relationship among federal health agencies, EcoHealth Alliance, and various Chinese institutions and researchers.

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) approved nine grants that funded bat coronavirus research in China. Some of this research was done at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

And who has run this agency for nearly 30 years? Good old Dr. Anthony Fauci.

If you’ve been in charge of an organization for three decades, you can’t use “I didn’t know what was going on” as a valid excuse.

Here’s what Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton had to say:

“These documents are of world-wide interest, as they suggest that the Wuhan lab had major bio-safety issues and the American government was carefully monitoring its activities from a national security perspective even while funding it.

“Dr. Fauci and his colleagues have some more explaining to do.”

The NIAID awarded one grant each year from 2010 to 2012 to the EcoHealth Alliance, headed by Peter Daszak. It was for collaborative research with Jinping Chen of Guangdong Entomological Institute in China.

What kind of research did these grants fund? One grant was for research on the “Risk of Viral Emergence from Bats.”

In addition, NIAID gave EcoHealth Alliance one grant each year from 2014 to 2018. It was for a study titled, “Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence.”

EcoHealth Alliance worked with Changwen Ke of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention of Guangdong in China during those years.

Judicial Watch identified a whopping 2,221 NIH grants that funded a “Chinese Collaborator.”

And Fauci’s agency, the NIAID, awarded 490 grants, while the other 19 NIH agencies combined awarded 1,731 grants.

But the results of most – if not all – of this research has been kept from the American and Chinese public.

Neither American nor Chinese sources, for example, will reveal where the coronavirus that most closely resembles SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) came from.

Also, the records show that American organizations and Chinese partners openly discussed research on coronaviruses. And the Wuhan lab did not initially have the disinfectants needed to safely research them. If that wasn’t enough, Chinese researchers hid key discoveries from the United States.

The Wuhan lab also didn’t know how to disinfect or handle highly infectious diseases. The lab’s Vice Director Yuan Zhiming sent an e-mail to NIH virologist Jens Kuhn titled “Asking for help.”

Zhiming wants help to find “disinfectants for decontamination of airtight suits and surface decontamination.” That’s because the lab has tried “several” but has not “found a good candidate.” He did, however, confirm that the lab was operating “without pathogens.”

“I hope you can give us some help, to give us some suggestion for the choice of disinfectants used in P4 laboratory,” he said, with a reference to the highest bio-security level.

If American scientists and leaders had known the results of this research, maybe we could have avoided shutting down the country back in 2020.

I agree 100% with Tom Fitton: Dr. Fauci and his colleagues have some explaining to do. Preferably before Congress and under oath.