Rand Paul Says He Has The Ammo To Get Dr. Fauci Fired— Once And For All
It all comes down to White House goon Dr. Anthony Facui lying about the NIH's role in the gain of function research of the coronavirus. Dr. Fauci claimed no such research was funded by the NIH. He testified to as much in front of Congress. However, a letter from NIH seems to directly contradict Fauci and prove him a liar.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) says it "funded an experiment in Wuhan that unexpectedly strengthened a non-Covid-19 virus in mice."
Now the left wants to claim that it's okay because the intended result was not a 'super virus'. Which, in the middle of a never-ending pandemic, sounds like a sick joke.
Vanity Fair explained the significance of the letter:
[T]he NIH letter—coming after months of congressional demands for more information—seemed to underscore that America's premier science institute has been less than forthcoming about risky research it has funded and failed to properly monitor. Instead of helping to lead a search for COVID-19's origins, with the pandemic now firmly in its 19th month, the NIH has circled the wagons, defending its grant system and scientific judgment against a rising tide of questions.
"The thing is, is just for a lack of judgment if nothing else," Paul explained. "You know, he's probably never going to admit that he lied. He's going to continue to disassemble and try to work around the truth and massage the truth."
Paul says that it's time to act. Noting that Biden won't do anything, he says that he has a plan. Paul, joined by other Republicans, wants to launch a full-scale investigation that should lead to Fauci's termination.
"We're calling for an investigation and hearings on this. We've been calling for that for months," Paul said. "But you're right. There's been a great deal of resistance on the Democrat side, but would we not want to know the origin of the virus, and to know if it came from a lab, particularly since this research still goes on?"
.@RandPaul says Biden should fire Fauci over U.S.-funded research in Wuhan "just for lack of judgment, if nothing else."
— Axios (@axios) October 24, 2021
No one has said specifically that the research funded by the NIH is what lead to the virus we all now grapple with today. They have stopped bellowing that the virus came from bats in a wetmarket. So there's some improvement.