Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul shed light on the alleged money laundering and misinformation surrounding Dr. Anthony Fauci and the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic in a recent interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
“This was never about science. This was about the business of science. It was about money,” Senator Paul insisted during the conversation, suggesting that the financial aspect rather than scientific integrity was at the heart of Fauci’s decision-making.
Paul accused leading figures in the scientific community, especially those in virology, of orchestrating a cover-up about the possible origins of COVID-19. “The people who came out and said, ‘Nothing to see here could have happened in the lab,’ couldn’t have been more wrong,” he said. He further claimed that behind closed doors, these same figures acknowledged the likelihood that the virus came from a laboratory.
The senator specifically called out Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), for his alleged role in this cover-up. Fauci had previously testified before Congress that the NIAID had not funded any gain-of-function research in China. However, according to Senator Paul, Fauci had privately admitted to funding this research.
Paul didn’t mince words, saying, “Everything he’s told us from the beginning has been a lie. We’ve documented that it’s a lie and it’s a crime to lie to Congress.”
Paul has referred Dr. Fauci to the US Attorney General for prosecution, not once, but twice. He expressed frustration at the perceived lack of action by the attorney general, calling him “the most partisan attorney general we’ve ever had.”
Ingraham echoed Paul’s sentiments, suggesting that commercial ties to the Wuhan lab and the many grants the researchers received from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) played an important role in shaping the narrative about the origins of the virus.
This revelation by Senator Paul is another dramatic twist in the ongoing debate about the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic and the alleged involvement of top US health officials in funding potentially risky research in foreign laboratories. The American public, as well as the global community, deserve transparency and accountability on this critical matter.
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