An email was sent to Dr. Fauci’s email from Dr. Kristian Andersen on February 1, 2020, and passed on the findings from several doctors that the coronavirus had “unusual features” that “potentially look engineered.”
All along Fauci knows that this virus was not naturally occurring. In fact, he was notified about this. But he denied this information publicly for over a year!
Scientist Kristian Anderson told Fauci SARS-CoV-2 has “unusual features” that “potentially look engineered”.
Not long after this email, the scientists authored a piece insisting the virus was natural and Fauci said the same publicly. This is a massive cover-up.
(Buzzfeed FOIA) pic.twitter.com/BD3OUzgDzR
— Sharri Markson (@SharriMarkson) June 2, 2021
Below is a copy of the email:
What was interesting is those two months later Dr. Andersen reversed course and published his “proximal Origin” paper where he helped shield NIH/NIAID and Dr. Fauci from potential probes into a gain of function funding.
Also, why did Dr. Fauci have such a need to promote the report promoting a report “Baric, Shi, et al – Nature medicine – SARS gain of function.pdf.” Fauci sent it out to colleagues as “IMPORTANT” to defend their actions with funding gain of function research.
And then five months after that Dr. Kristian Andersen received $1.88 million in CREID funding from the NIH.
Lab leak was never a conspiracy theory.
Denying lab leak outright, however, WAS an actual conspiracy.
The next day after you looped Andersen in this🧵to help dunk on Cotton’s comments, he wrote to Fauci: “genome [was] inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.” https://t.co/HT6rWumtg8 pic.twitter.com/13AdcL0KMW
— Radical Centrist, wrathful tantric deity (@RadCentrism) June 2, 2021
Now internet sleuths have discovered Dr. Kristian Anderson is deleting his tweets — 5,000 of them!
— Radical Centrist, wrathful tantric deity (@RadCentrism) June 6, 2021
Read this entire report at Indeki.com:
A California virologist who told Anthony Fauci that COVID-19 looks ‘potentially engineered’ and ‘inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory’ – only to later reverse course and publish a ‘natural origin’ paper 8 weeks later (before receiving a multi-million-dollar NIH grant) has deleted more than 5,000 tweets.
Kristian G. Anderson who runs the Andersen Lab in La Jolla, CA, wrote in a Feb. 1 email to Fauci “The unusual features of the virus make up a really small part of the genome, less than 0.1 percent, so one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered,” adding that he and his team found “the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”