Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Fauci's gain-of-function work called 'intentional manslaughter of millions'

Experts reacting to a Project Veritas report that presidential adviser Anthony Fauci went ahead with dangerous gain-of-function coronavirus research after other federal officials deemed it too risky say it was, essentially, the intentional "manslaughter of millions."

The Project Veritas report cited secret government documents revealing that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency determined that a request for funding for gain-of-function research was too much of a risk.

But shortly after, Fauci's NIAID "went ahead with the research in Wuhan, China, and at several sites across the U.S.," the report said.

"Dr. Fauci has repeatedly maintained, under oath, that the NIH and NAIAD have not been involved in gain of function research with the EcoHealth Alliance program. But according to the documents obtained by Project Veritas which outline why EcoHealth Alliance’s proposal was rejected, DARPA certainly classified the research as gain of function," Project Veritas explains.