Rand Paul Doubles Down on #FauciEmails, Calls Fauci 'Morally Culpable' for Pandemic
Wednesday was a great day to be Rand Paul. It's rare that someone gets to wake up in the morning and discover that everything you've been saying has been right all along. For Sen. Paul, it's the #FauciEmails showing everything he and my editor Courtney have said about Anthony Fauci was pretty accurate. At first, Paul only had two words for the media's favorite bureaucrat. After some time to collect his thoughts, the senator laid out just how serious this is.
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At the very least, there's moral culpability. In the research done by the bat scientist in Wuhan, she gives him credit. She lists the exact NIH grant with a ten-numeral disclaimer or ID number, listing the money and thanking the NIH for the money. It's clearly "gain of function." There are several scientists who are in this field, cellular biologists, they all say that taking a SARS virus and adding an S-protein to it to make it infect human cells, that is the very definition of gain of function. It's very dangerous. We shouldn't be doing it here or there. But Dr. Fauci has denied it to this day.
But the private e-mails show that he was acknowledging that it was gain of function. Nobody was questioning it. The scientific community needs to look at this, because he hides behind this veil of the lab coat that nobody can question him. ... It absolutely was gain of function research. He was funding it. And to this day, he is still saying he would do it again.
If reading the words "gain of function" makes you glassy-eyed and confused ... join the club. It ties into the "Wuhan Lab Theory" that Facebook says we're allowed to talk about now. Best I can tell, think back to Jurassic Park and Jeff Goldblum lambasting the scientist so focused on whether he could, he never thought about whether he should. Only instead of killer dinosaurs, they created a virus that wreaked havoc on the entire planet. DISCLAIMER: I'm a blogger and not a scientist.
Whether or not American taxpayers helped fund this research and/or how much Pope Tony is responsible are excellent questions. Ones that should be investigated via hearings and bipartisan commissions. Two things that Rand Paul says there's next to no chance of happening. Those would have to be called by the people in charge (Democrats).
In order to do so, they'd have to admit they were wrong this whole time. Also, they'd have to admit that the pandemic restrictions were based on questionable information that we now know was being questioned back then. Also, they'd have to admit that they lacked any curiosity in questioning that information that led to those restrictions. Things that, if it got out to the American people, the American people might be more than mildly annoyed at.
Being proven right is nice and all, but it only goes so far. Now we need answers.
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