DOJ Just Received Criminal Referral On Fauci

Sen. Rand Paul request­ed that Attor­ney Gen­er­al Mer­rick Gar­land crim­i­nal­ly inves­ti­gate Dr. Antho­ny Fau­ci over Sen­ate tes­ti­mo­ny in which Pres­i­dent Joe Biden’s chief infec­tious dis­ease expert said that the Nation­al Insti­tutes of Health nev­er fund­ed gain-of-func­tion research at the Wuhan Insti­tute of Virol­o­gy, which the Ken­tucky Repub­li­can says is a lie.

Fau­ci, the direc­tor of the Nation­al Insti­tute of Aller­gy and Infec­tious Dis­eases, insists that the NIH grants did not fund gain-of-func­tion research at the Wuhan lab and has repeat­ed­ly defend­ed U. S. fund­ing going to bat coro­n­avirus research in Chi­na. But he also admit­ted that he doesn’t actu­al­ly know what the secre­tive Chi­nese lab has been doing.

At issue in Paul’s crim­i­nal refer­ral is Fau­ci’s tes­ti­mo­ny before Con­gress on May 11, when he denied under oath that the NIH fund­ed gain-of-func­tion research at the Wuhan lab. Paul point­ed to NIH grants going to the Eco­Health Alliance, which then pro­vid­ed fund­ing to the Wuhan lab that a Trump State Depart­ment fact sheet con­tend­ed car­ried out secre­tive gain-of-func­tion exper­i­ments and worked with China’s mil­i­tary. At the time, Fau­ci told Paul: “The NIH has not ever and does not now fund gain-of-func­tion research in the Wuhan Insti­tute of Virology.”

After anoth­er back-and-forth with Fau­ci on Tues­day, dur­ing which the doc­tor repeat­ed­ly said the NIH fund­ing approved for the Wuhan lab was not for gain-of-func­tion research, Paul announced on Fox News that he would be send­ing a let­ter to the Jus­tice Depart­ment over what he saw as false tes­ti­mo­ny by Fauci.


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