Breaking: Fauci BRIBED Scientist to Stay Quiet About COVID Theory

New details have alleged that Dr. Anthony Fauci attempted to gave a scientist $2 million in grant money as a means to pressure him to remain silent about a controversial COVID lab theory.

Back in January 2020, right when COVID was beginning to make a name for itself in mainstream media, a San Diego-based Scripps Research Institute virologist named Kristian Andersen started to suspect that the virus originated from a lab leak.

Dr. Kristian G. Andersen is known as a highly respected virologist that has made numerous significant contributions to infectious disease research.

Andersen, along with three other peers, had studied the sequence of SARS-CoV-2 and came to the conclusion that it was likely to have been created in a lab rather than originating from other locations various conspiracies conjured up.

Within an email, Andersen typed,  “Eddie, Bob, Mike and myself all find the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”

Unfortunately, the situation appeared to take a drastic turn after a conference call with Dr. Fauci as well as an email from Fauci’s then-boss Dr. Francis Collins.

Within the email, Andersen was warned about the dangers of promoting his lab leak theory, due to fears of spreading conspiracies as well as causing severe harm to science and international cooperation.

These factors led Andersen to change his public position and keep quiet about the original theory he proposed.

In March 2020, Andersen co-authored an article in Nature Medicine which stated that COVID was not created in a lab or intentionally manipulated.

Apparently just a few months after the publication of the article, Andersen received a $1.88 million research grant from NIH, which was under the supervision of Fauci’s then-boss at the time.

During this time, Fauci was the director at National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which fell under one of the institutes of NIH that was responsible for sending the grant.

Following the leak of the emails, Andersen tweeted:

“As I have said many times, we seriously considered a lab leak a possibility. However, significant new data, extensive analyses and many discussions led to the conclusions in our paper.”



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