It’s a real shame the mainstream media isn’t covering the current depositions in DC regarding the origins of COVID with the same fervor they utilize when discussing the wholly biased January 6 Select Committee investigation.
Especially considering that the current depositions are revealing a staggering degree of coverup, up to the highest levels of governance, with regards to the origins of COVID.
Former Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) director Robert Redfield recently testified, where he gave a rather blunt response when he was asked about the alleged merits of gain-of-function research.
“No, on the contrary, I think it probably caused the greatest pandemic our world has seen,” Redfield declared baldly, underscoring the damage that gain-of-function research had caused to the world.
Further exacerbating that damage included the fact that the federal government’s own health agencies refused to back former President Donald Trump when he insisted upon the virus having been leaked from a lab.
At the time, Trump was widely derided for spreading alleged conspiracy theories.
Until they turned out to be true after all.
Redfield, however, had supported Trump, though his viewpoint was promptly smashed out of the public purview.
“This was an a priori decision that there’s one point of view that we’re going to put out there, and anyone who doesn’t agree with it is going to be sidelined … And as I say, I was only the CDC director, and I was sidelined,” Redfield recalled in disbelief.
Redfield also recalled how Emperor Fauci and National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins had a top secret phone call on February 1, 2020, one that he was not even made privy to, despite being CDC director.
He literally found out through a Freedom of Information request, which is quite stunning, considering that Fauci should have been coordinating with him directly.
“I didn’t know there was a February 1 conference call until the Freedom of Information came out with the emails, and I was quite upset, as the CDC director, that I was excluded from those discussions,” Redfield added.
“Why would they do this?” Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer queried.
“Because I had a different point of view … And I was told that they had made a decision that they would keep this confidential until they came up with a single narrative — which I will argue is antithetical to science,” Redfield replied simply, underscoring the degree to which Fauci routinely misled the public about the so-called “science.”
And, with more and more reports surfacing with regards to Fauci’s alleged suppression of different, yet equally informed, viewpoints, it seems even clearer that he had a darker agenda.
Fauci, of course, continues to wax poetically about his alleged honesty to any media outlet that will listen.
“The most important thing we’ve got to do is stick with data, stick with science, be transparent and be honest, which I have been very much so literally for the entire 50 years that I’ve been at the NIH and the 38 years that I directed the institute,” Fauci brayed.
Says the man who responded “I don’t recall” at least 174 times over the course of a critical deposition, which pertained directly to social media censorship of varied commentaries regarding COVID.
AG Jeff Landry was certainly impressed by Fauci’s brazen falsehoods.
“Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon ‘the science.’ Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!” Landry exclaimed.
Nicholas Wade, who previously served as a science editor for the New York Times, also called out Fauci’s real feelings on the stand.
“Fauci was probably not too pleased to hear that the virus might have escaped from research that his agency had funded,” Wade drawled.
Ultimately, it is clear that Fauci suffocated dissenting viewpoints, enabling China ample time to destroy evidence of a lab leak and attempt to support Fauci’s preposterous narrative.
However, the truth eventually unfolds, as recalled by the former CDC director.
“Science never selects a single narrative. We foster — as my colleagues just said — we foster debate. And we’re confident that with debate, science will eventually get to the truth,” Redfield remarked.
One can only imagine how many more truths are ready to unfold.
Author: Jane Jones