Source: Jim Hoft
Earlier this year emails were released that revealed Dr. Fauci repeatedly lied to the American public while telling a different story to his close associates.
Fauck lied about the fact that most all of COVID victims had comorbidities.
Fauci lied on the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine when he knew it was very effective in treating the disease.
Fauci lied about the origins of the virus and his funding of the Wuhan laboratory.
Now the UK government is under fire for redacting their emails with Dr. Tony Fauci on the origins of the coronavirus.
Obviously, they were discussing the China lab — and they are protecting the megalomaniac Fauci.
The Daily Mail reported:
The Government has been condemned after refusing to release details of key email conversations involving leading scientists over the origins of Covid-19.
This newspaper used Freedom of Information rules to obtain a cache of 32 emails about a secretive teleconference between British and American health officials held early in the pandemic.
But officials blacked out almost every word before releasing the crucial documents.
Before this discussion, several of the world’s most influential experts believed the new virus most likely came from a laboratory – but days later, the scientists began dismissing such scenarios as ‘implausible’ and branding them conspiracy theories.
The critical call is at the centre of concerns that the scientific establishment tried to stifle debate on the pandemic’s origins, as damning new evidence emerges of US ties to high-risk research on bat viruses in Wuhan, where the first cases emerged in late 2019.
The Mail on Sunday requested emails, minutes and notes on the call between Sir Patrick Vallance – Britain’s chief scientific adviser – and its organisers Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of the Wellcome Trust medical charity, and Anthony Fauci, the US infectious diseases expert and presidential adviser.
Yet when the documents were released they had page after page redacted with thick lines of black ink by Whitehall officials. Even the names of experts copied in on discussions were blocked – and exchanges as trivial as one Edinburgh biologist’s ‘thank you’ for being invited – leaving only a few basic details about the call visible.