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It looks like Senator Rand Paul might have just dug up the emails that everyone’s been waiting for. He’s got his hands on a pile of them as part of his deep dive into how COVID started, and he spilled the beans on X. These aren’t just any old emails—they involve Peter Daszak and David Morens, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s right-hand man at the NIH. What’s the big deal? Well, they’re chatting about how samples from the Wuhan lab could unlock the genomes of over 700 coronaviruses.

Here’s the kicker: Despite all the times Dr. Fauci has been grilled in Congress or talked to the press, he’s never once mentioned knowing about a massive stash of virus variants in Wuhan. It seems like a pretty big thing to leave out, doesn’t it? What’s going on here? Is this the smoking gun we’ve all been waiting for to take down the evil Dr. Fauci?

Here’s what Rand Paul said in his posts on X:

Newly discovered emails…

Ecohealth’s Peter Daszak: “we have 15,000 samples in freezers in Wuhan”

“… and could do the full genomes of 700+ CoVs [coronaviruses]”

Fauci flunky David Morens responds: to remain “silent” but “documenting these things for…your own defense.”

“…Tony [Fauci] is now fully aware…and I am told involved in some sort of damage control…”

Publicly Fauci never mentioned the 700 unknown coronaviruses still in Dr. Shi’s Wuhan Lab.

Nor did Fauci ever publicly admit COVID-19 could have been one of those 700 unknowns.

Elon Musk is watching, utterly stunned by the unfolding spectacle and the downfall of our country’s so-called “experts.”

And speaking of those “experts,” back in 2016, Mr. Daszak openly discussed gain-of-function research in China, contradicting Fauci’s claims that it never occurred.

Rand Paul’s scoop comes straight from a whistleblower who’s handed over a slew of crucial emails. These emails are big news because they directly link Dr. Fauci and several government bodies to the funding of research that might have led to the creation of COVID-19. The emails themselves are from April 2020—right when the pandemic was hitting everyone hard worldwide. And here’s another twist: It looks like David Morens switched to using a Gmail account during this key time frame. Why? Well, it seems he might have been trying to skirt those pesky federal transparency laws. There is nothing suspicious about that, right? Now, Republicans have stepped in and slapped Morens with a subpoena.

Daily Mail:

Republicans have escalated their investigation into the origins of COVID-19 by sending a subpoena to a former top aide of Dr. Anthony Fauci.

Last week, the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic revealed that Dr. David Morens – Fauci’s top aide at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) – allegedly used his personal Gmail account to discuss the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 to skirt federal transparency laws.

At the time, Morens’ official government work email would have been subject to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests that could have publicized his day-to-day communications.

The subcommittee’s chairman Rep. Brad Wenstrup, R-Ohio, said that Morens used Gmail to ‘intentionally [subvert] federal transparency laws to shield discussions related to the origins of COVID-19.’

Now, Wenstrup has sent a subpoena to Morens demanding he turn over documents from his personal email account about COVID-19, coronavirus grant funding and his communications with Fauci and former NIH Director Francis Collins, among other top health officials.

Sure, this is wildly unsettling but hardly surprising. A lot of folks have been skeptical about Fauci’s dealings from the start. Now, with these new revelations coming to light, it feels like the pieces are beginning to fall into place. If these emails reveal what some think they might—that COVID was created as a political weapon, possibly to influence the 2020 election—it raises serious questions about the integrity of those in power. The idea that there could have been a collaboration between China and certain US officials, including Fauci, to use the pandemic for political gains is beyond disturbing. For many, Fauci has long been a figure of dark and sinister controversy, and these developments certainly don’t do anything to dispel that.

It’s clear that Dr. Anthony Fauci is a dark and divisive figure, especially among many in the medical community. Florida’s own Surgeon General has been very critical of Fauci, calling him a self-serving political animal. These criticisms are not isolated; there’s a deep-seated concern about Fauci’s real political motivations and actions during the pandemic and beyond.

The Vigilant Fox:

Russell Brand Goes Quiet as Florida Surgeon General Drops a Bomb on Dr. Anthony Fauci

Dr. Joseph Ladapo did not mince his words.

Russell Brand asked, “Can you tell us the lessons we can learn from the figure of Anthony Fauci.”

Dr. Ladapo responded, “Maybe lesson number one is to really examine the deliverer of your information. I think a lot of people, early on, were just completely snowed by Dr. Fauci.”

“But there were a few voices that could see him for who he is.”

“And who he is is a dishonest, self-serving political animal who happens to have scientific training.”

“And we saw him…he misled people in so many ways. The whole mask thing was just epic. He was sitting in that 60 Minutes interview saying, ‘No one really needs to wear one.’ Which actually was consistent with the science, because the science hasn’t been supportive.”

“And then he flipped the script, and we were up to maybe two or three masks by the time the pandemic was actually starting to cool down.”

“So you’ve got to look at the sources of information and really feel whether they resonate with you in terms of your connection with what feels true.”

“And he clearly…I don’t have anything against him, actually…but you can look at him, and he is obviously a dishonest and untrustworthy person.”

It’s definitely looking like the “conspiracy theorists” were right yet again. With each new piece of information that comes to light, particularly concerning these emails, the theories that were once dismissed as tin foil lunacy are now being reconsidered by some as credible explanations. This idea that COVID was used strategically to influence US elections, promote mail-in voting, and push forward broader agendas like the Great Reset is stirring a lot of talk around water coolers. For those who have been skeptical about the regime’s official narratives from the get-go, these developments seem to validate their suspicions.