The Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin, under the supervision of Dr. Anthony Fauci, turned the coronavirus outbreak into a pandemic and silenced the media.
In an interview with Megyn Kelly on Wednesday, Rogin revealed that scientists who wish to comment on the details of COVID-19 are prohibited from doing so because the research funding comes from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), which is affected or operated by Fauci.
“I often talk to scientists who say the same thing and say:’Listen, we really want to say it, but we can’t do it. Why can’t we do it? Well, we got everything we have. By Fauci PhD-managed NIH or NIAID funding”
WHO consultant said the Wuhan laboratory leaked hypothesis that did not seriously investigate the “excessive” egg origin
Functional research puts pressure on the spread and mutation of pathogens. In the five years before the coronavirus outbreak, the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China conducted research. The institute has received funding from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to conduct related research (NIAID) and is supervised by Fauci.
He said: “The person in charge of funding, the person in charge of the entire field, is actually Anthony Fauci.” “He is the godfather of functional acquisition research as we know it. Similarly, as I said there, the TV is too It’s hot because people don’t want to think about the fact that we are the hero of the epidemic… it may also be related to this research, or it may be related to the outbreak.”
Luo Jin clarified that Fauci did not do anything illegal in the study of managing this change, but he should still be responsible for the obvious contact “once and forever”, especially the media.
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He said: “This is what we call the big fermenter ball.” “People can’t be blunt, but this is reality.”
“We don’t have a media environment for such discussions. We can say:’Well, listen, scientists are good people. They are trying to prevent a pandemic. Maybe their research is out of control among this kind of Chinese. The laboratory… …Maybe we have to study in depth. Are there too many questions to ask?”