Following the NIH announcement, National Review’s Isaac Schorr recalled some of the cheerleaders who refused to consider the possibility that Dr. Anthony Fauci could not be the most reliable source on COVID19. Schorr said it was a bad look for Fauci and his supporters, who didn’t believe he was trustworthy.
On the list of journalists with eggs on their faces is Jake Tapper. Glenn Kessler, Brian Stelter, and Ari Melber are among the notable names on the list. But no list would be complete without Jake Tapper, the once-respectable journalist who became a hack. Both Anthony Fauci and Jake Tapper were formerly respected members of their respective professions, and both have since shown to be failures, yet they are not immune to criticism, and they both deserve it.
NIH funding for coronavirus gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology has been linked to Dr. Anthony Fauci. He has been caught lying to Senator Rand Paul about the money. People can’t help but be taken aback by his adamant decision to bury himself rather than accept guilt. Rand Paul has been selected to grill Dr. Anthony Fauci on his record. He’s scared to death because he can’t seem to keep his tale straight.
“Dr. Fauci’s group at the National Institutes of Health squandered nearly $424,000 on beagle trials that were both dangerous and pointless. Thank you for exposing this,” he said on Twitter, using the hashtags #BeagleGate and #PaulsPups. The senator is requesting that he be sacked for his ‘failure of judgment’ concerning research conducted by his institution at the Wuhan laboratory in China, which is at the core of suspicions that COVID-19 spilled from a facility.