A few days ago, we were revealing that Anthony Fauci has been making headlines a lot regarding the novel coronavirus. Not too long ago, we reported that USAToday notes that some emails sent by Dr. Anthony Fauci in the early days of the pandemic reflect the thoughts of a patient but the weary man who is flabbergasted by his overnight celebrity. He said he believes the world has gone mad.
Fauci is now in the spotlight after admitting that the coronavirus could have come from a “lab leak” — as emails released through the FOIA show he was told of “unusual features of the virus” at the beginning of the pandemic — but is blaming criticism of his shifting positions on “people out there” who “resent” him, as the NYPost reveals.
“There is no doubt that there are people out there who, for one reason or another, resent me for what I did in the last administration, which was not anything that was anti-Trump at all,” Fauci said on MSNBC’s “Deadline” Wednesday evening.
News about Fauci and what he knew about the Chinese lab leak is out
NY Post reveals that Fauci briefed the world leaders more than a year ago about fears surrounding Chinese lab leak, according to former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has revealed.
“I was told at that time, back in the spring [of 2020], that Dr. Fauci had gone over to a meeting of world health leaders in Europe around the World Health Assembly, and actually briefed them on the information that they were looking at — that this could have been a potential lab leak, that this strain looked unusual,” Gottlieb told CBS News on Sunday.
“So those discussions were going on,” he said about “Face the Nation” of suspicions over the Wuhan Institute of Virology in the epicentre of the pandemic.
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