The White House reacted to the incident involving Dr. Fauci and the breaking emails disclosed by the Washington Post and Buzzfeed, together with the mainstream media cover-up of what is in them.
On Thursday, the subject was broached with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki. Her answer is revealing, and you can hear it in the video below.
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One reporter asked: “And then going to the emails of Dr. Fauci, there was an exchange between Dr. Collins and Dr. Fauci referencing a Fox News report, discussing basically the lab leak as a conspiracy,”
“Collins denied, you know, jumping to conclusions, and he asserted that his mention of conspiracies was referring to the thought, the rumor that the virus was engineered, bioengineered as a weapon. Is that the position of the administration and their top health experts that this was not engineered? Or is that still an open question and part of this review?”
To this question, Psaki replayed: “Well, I think we’ve spoken to this pretty extensively from here,”
“Let me just say, on Dr. Fauci and his emails, he has also spoken to this many, many times over the course of the last few days, and we will let him speak for himself.”
“We will let him speak for himself.” It is an ominous line for the person, a doctor, brought as a Trump holdover and was a darling of the Dems and the mainstream media complex the party effectively runs.
Furthermore, it is a mystery how Fauci’s emails went through the FOIA process. The same government obstructed obtaining numerous emails of Hillary Clinton, which was believed the BleachBit destroyed them.
“And he’s been an undeniable asset in our country’s pandemic response, but it’s obviously not that advantageous for me to re-litigate emails from 17 months ago,” Psaki went on. “We’ve launched, based on the President’s direction, an entire internal review process to use all of the resources across the government to get to the bottom of the origins, and that’s a 100-day process, and we will look forward to providing more on this — or 90-day, sorry — when it’s concluded.”
You know, it is kicking the can down the road to when the subject matter has cooled off from the White House Press relation perspective. However, the trouble is about Dr. Fauci, who stumbled in interviews addressing basic questions related to his emails.
On Wednesday, Fauci had multiple interviews to try to quell the brewing public furor. So, his interview with the Donlon Report on NewsNation, hosted by Leland Vitter, is fascinating.
You can watch the interview below.
Fauci prefaced his answers, saying that the emails “are really ripe to be taken out of context where someone can snip out a sentence in an email without showing the other emails.”
Two exchanges give the most noteworthy bits. The first one is about the controversy of the public wearing masks to stop the spread of COVID-19.
The overview of the email for the context Dr. Fauci demands in explaining such a matter is shared in the National Pulse post. The email reveals that Dr. Fauci’s response to one Obama staffer about wearing face covers differs from what the public was told.
You can read it full below.
Masks are really for infected people to prevent them from spreading an infection to people who are not infected rather than protecting uninfected people from acquiring infection. The typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out the virus, which is small enough to pass through the material. It might, however, provide some slight benefit in keep out gross droplets if someone coughs or sneezes on you. I do not recommend that you wear a mask, particularly since you are going to a very low-risk location. Your instincts are correct; money is best spent on medical countermeasures such as diagnostics and vaccines.
Later, Fauci issued a statement about the mask’s email: “It is a complicated issue.” However, the National Institutes of Health director’s answer about the Wuhan lab is more concerning. The doctor is a loss for Vittert’s pressing of Fauci on how someone can trust the Chinese government to be forthright regarding the military apps of the gain-of-function research being carried out in the lab.
“Other than taking the Chinese word for it, do we have any idea on what’s going on inside the Wuhan lab or what went on inside the Wuhan lab?” Vittert asked.
Dr. Fauci again asked everything to be put in context and insisted that the Chinese scientist that worked on the coronavirus research were both credible and trusted.
Vittert pushed past this answer as the point were missed. So, what you will read next is a transcript of the back-and-forth.
“Where it’s talking about businesses, which is lower than even Chinese government scientists, to have members of the ruling Communist Party in that company, a requirement that will allow the Chinese military access to the company’s intellectual property,” Vitter explained about an email on the issue. “It’s a distinction without a difference between the Chinese Communist Party, the government, and the Chinese military. And I guess from hearing from you is we should just trust the Chinese when they say—”
To which Fauci objected.
“Oh, the military has nothing to do with this,” Vittert moved on. “We should believe them.”
“No,” Fauci reiterated. “What I’m — what I’m saying is that we have very many years of experience of productive interaction with Chinese scientists. For example, Dr. George Gal, who’s the director of the Chinese CDC, has been a colleague for many years. He’s a member of the United States National Academy of Sciences. Number one, number two, the science is there and others that we dealt with — with the original SARS, with influenza virtually every year. The scientists are experienced with them.”
Vitter continued after he dismissed the defense: “all of the comments that were made about what happened inside that lab are based essentially on taking the Chinese word for it” and “it seems pretty clear that the Chinese lied about a number of things[.].”
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