Dr. Fauci’s spent a lot of time testifying before Congress.
Republicans questioned Fauci to get to the bottom of if taxpayer money funded the research that possibly led to the lab leak at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that kicked off the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Fauci’s answer to this question revealed the one giant mistake Trump made.
The evidence is piling up that the coronavirus escaped from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
A Wall Street Journal report detailed how three researchers at the Wuhan lab sought hospital care for a severe respiratory illness in November 2019.
The Daily Caller reported that the lead investigator of a Trump administration probe into the lab leak theory found that the wife of a Wuhan Institute of Virology researcher working on coronaviruses died in December 2019.
In his appearances before Congress, Republicans pressed Dr. Fauci on his agency—the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases—providing funding to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for gain-of-function research that makes viruses like the coronavirus more transmissible.
Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy pressed Dr. Fauci as to how he knew the scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology did not use the American taxpayer money for dangerous gain-of-function research.
At first, Dr. Fauci tried to claim everyone could trust the Communist Chinese scientists.
But when Senator Kennedy pressed Dr. Fauci on that point, Fauci admitted he really had no idea what the Communist Chinese did with the money once they got their hands on it.
From day one of the coronavirus pandemic Dr. Fauci’s played both sides of the fence and offered shifting explanations and moved the goal posts.
But many Americans believe the one mistake Donald Trump made was not firing Dr. Fauci at the start.
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