#ArrestFauci Trends on Twitter

Twitter is up in arms over Anthony Fauci‘s alleged funding of “gain of function” research and testing on dogs (FoxNews). Dr Richard Ebright, professor of chemical biology at Rutgers, was interviewed by the Washington Examiner. He told them about a letter in which the National Institute of Health admitted to funding research on bat coronavirus and had violated it’s own rules (YahooNews).

The new hashtag; #ArrestFauci.

Sen Rand Paul (R-KY) has declared he will pen a letter to the DOJ asking for a criminal referral because Fauci lied to Congress.

The first respiratory disease to come out of China was called SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome). It arose in 2002, right after 9/11 failed to deliver a government crackdown and mass execution of undesirables. Chinese scientists claim it arose from cave bats in Yunnan Province.

Fauci was first appointed as the head of the NIAID (National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease) in 1984 by President Ronald Reagan at the age of 44. That seems a little young to me. He was the US’s lead researcher on HIV and was unpopular with the LGBTQ segment of society.

Fauci began supplying funds to the Wuhan Labs in 2003 after the SARS outbreak. He was ordered by President Obama to stop in 2014. The federal ban on making lethal viruses was lifted in 2017 (NYTimes).

$3.7 million is not really a lot of money. There are plenty of houses that go for more. That amount of money wouldn’t really accomplish much. What it could accomplish is to make the US government seem complicit in the creation of a biological weapon – further degrading our status on the world stage of diplomacy.

Related; Rand Paul and Anthony Fauci Go At It!