For the past two years, Americans and people all around the world have been battling not only the COVID-19 pandemic, but also their governments enforcing outlandish mandates and protocols to try and stop the spread of the virus. Throughout the years of COVID-19 and the variants that would follow, one question has remained, “Where did it come from?”

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Although there has been speculation and evidence showing the virus most likely escaped the Wuhan Lab in China, the famed Dr. Anthony Fauci has fought against this narrative. Even the Democrats and Biden administration refrained from placing blame on the Chinese government for a virus that has allegedly killed over 800,000 in the United States alone. But as the key officials continue to deny, Fox News recently ran a special report about the origins of COVID-19 and the person who was there from day one. 

In the video featured below, the special report, hosted by Bret Baier, detailed how in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Fauci, who placed himself on the front lines of COVID-19, had been advised that his National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) had been funding the Wuhan lab indirectly through a company called EcoHealth. The non-profit had been working with none other than the coronavirus. 

But that wasn’t all, as Baier also pointed out how on January 31, a virologist by the name of Dr. Kristian Andersen, told Dr. Fauci the COVID-19 features appeared to be engineered. Still, to this day, Dr. Fauci refrains from placing the blame for the pandemic on either the Wuhan lab or the Chinese government. Instead, he praises their efforts on being transparent about their findings.

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