Dr. Fauci Email Reveals Shocking News

(JustPatriots.com)- Yet another report just revealed how Peter Daszak, the President of EcoHealth Alliance, communicated with National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases chief Dr. Anthony Fauci about his research on a “bat-origin coronavirus.”

The research he was referencing was performed with the assistance of Shi Zhengli of the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese lab where the virus is widely believed to have originated.

An email from October 2017, which was made available by a recent Freedom of Information Act from conservative watchdog Judicial Watch, described how a bat-origin coronavirus was emerging in pigs in China. Daszak referred to NIAID R01, a $3.7 million grant from Fauci’s organization which was aimed at helping his organization understand the risk of the emergence of a bat coronavirus.

The grant, according to the National Pulse, likely ended in a collaboration with Wuhan Institute of Virology scientists for “gain of function” research, which refers to the study and manipulation of viruses to determine if they could ultimately infect human beings.

Remember that Dr. Anthony Fauci has repeatedly denied that the United States government or his agency has ever sent money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology for gain of function research, either directly or indirectly.

Daszak also said in the emails that his organization was “doing assays” to find out if the virus can infect human cells in the lab, and that they had so far found no evidence that it could. He then listed Zhengli, a Wuhan researcher, as a co-Principal Investigator on the project.

That also flies in the face of Fauci’s claims about not having any collaboration with the Wuhan lab.

The National Pulse also noted how Daszak admitted to meeting Fauci “again” on the day that he sent the email on October 1st, 2017, which was the first day of a conference about re-emerging viruses where Fauci delivered an address.

Just how deep does Fauci’s involvement in gain of research studies in Wuhan go?