Fauci may have influenced CIA investigation into Covid origin: House Covid Subcommittee

"The information provided suggests that Dr. Fauci was escorted into CIA Headquarters—without a record of entry—and participated in the analysis to 'influence' the Agency’s review."

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

Chairman Brad Wenstrup of the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic, has revealed "concerning information" regarding allegations that former NIAID Director Anthony Fauci was secretly escorted into the CIA headquarters to "influence" the agency’s Covid origins investigation.

"According to information gathered by the Select Subcommittee, Dr. Anthony Fauci, then-director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, played a role in the Central Intelligence Agency’s review of the origins of COVID-19," Wenstrup wrote in a letter sent to Department of Health and Human Services Inspector General Christi Grimm on Tuesday.

"The information provided suggests that Dr. Fauci was escorted into Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Headquarters—without a record of entry—and participated in the analysis to 'influence' the Agency’s review. Our goal is to ensure the scientific investigative process regarding the origins of COVID-19 was fair, impartial, and free of alternative influence," he added.

Wenstrup said the subcommittee’s goal is to "ensure accountability and transparency," and that the American people deserve to know the truth" regarding the origins of the pandemic and whether there was an effort to conceal the "lab leak theory for political or national security purposes."

"Accordingly, information regarding specific movements of Dr. Fauci throughout the pandemic is reasonable and hardly intrusive, especially considering he is no longer employed by the federal government, he is no longer a protectee of the Inspector General, and we are not requesting any information regarding his current movements."

The subcommittee is requesting documents showing and Inspector General authorized or affiliated movements of Fauci between January 1, 2020 and December 31, 2022, and documents and communications between employees of the Inspector General, CIA, US Marshals Service, and DHHS related to Fauci’s admittance into CIA owned or occupied buildings.

Additionally, the subcommittee is seeking for Special Agent Brett Rowland to sit for a voluntary transcribed interview.

The letter comes after a CIA whistleblower revealed to Congress earlier this month that the agency allegedly given bribes to say that the Covid virus originated through zoonosis, not in a lab.

A letter to CIA Director William Burns stated that the whistleblower revealed, "six of the seven members of the Team believed the intelligence and science were sufficient to make a low confidence assessment that COVID-19 originated from a laboratory in Wuhan, China. The seventh member of the Team, who also happened to be the most senior, was the lone officer to believe COVID-19 originated through zoonosis."

"The whistleblower further contends that to come to the eventual public determination of uncertainty, the other six members were given a significant monetary incentive to change their position."

In March, it was revealed that Fauci had reportedly prompted the drafting of a paper titled "Proximinal Origins," in an attempt to disprove the lab leak theory.

According to the Congressional memo, "On February 1, 2020, Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Francis Collins, and at least eleven other scientists convened a conference call to discuss COVID-19. It was on this conference call that Drs. Fauci and Collins were first warned that COVID-19 may have leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China and, further, may have been intentionally genetically manipulated." 

The Proximal Origin document was first drafted days later on February 4 and "The evidence available to the Select Subcommittee suggests that Dr. Anthony Fauci 'prompted' Dr. Kristian Andersen, Professor, Scripps Research (Scripps), to write Proximal Origin and that the goal was to 'disprove' any lab leak theory."

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