According to a report from The Daily Mail, more light is being shed on the lengths Anthony Fauci went to silence reports and talk surrounding the Wuhan lab leak theory.

The information referenced in The Daily Mail report stems from an investigation done by the outlet Vanity Fair, of all publications, who’d analyzed “more than 100,000 leaked documents” that revealed more evidence regarding Fauci’s efforts to downplay the lab leak theory while diving deeper into his involvement with EcoHealth Alliance.

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As we at Red Voice Media had reported back in January, Project Veritas had managed to get their hands on a handful of leaked documents that presented strong evidence of the lab leak theory – with EcoHealth’s exploits of funding bat coronaviruses research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology being at the center of the controversy.

The general lab leak theory consists of EcoHealth trying to get direct funding from DARPA for their DEFUSE program in 2018, which DARPA rejected the funding on the grounds of there being concerns that what EcoHealth wanted to do could fall under gain of function research.

From there, the theory of the lab leak purports that Peter Daszak of EcoHealth went to Fauci to get the funding for this research, which was then reportedly conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and then something went very wrong.

Of course, there are other variations to the lab leak theory that have floated around, but the general recipe is the same – that EcoHealth’s funded efforts in Wuhan, which were capable via funding derived from Fauci, led to a tampered-with coronavirus strain being inadvertently unleashed.

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In pursuit of getting to the bottom of this theory, Vanity Fair reportedly reviewed over 100,000 internal EcoHealth documents from prior to the pandemic, spoke to dozens of sources, and had interviewed five former EcoHealth employees.

Per the analysis conducted by Vanity Fair, while they couldn’t proclaim that these documents provided irrefutable, concrete proof of the lab leak theory – the documents did afford greater insight into the notorious EcoHealth Alliance.

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“While the documents do not tell us where COVID-19 came from, they shed light on the world in which EcoHealth Alliance has operated: one of murky grant agreements, flimsy oversight, and the pursuit of government funds for scientific advancement, in part by pitching research of steeply escalating risk.”

What was interesting in this report was how Daszak of EcoHealth was among those trying to quietly douse any lab leak theories.

Daszak had reportedly helped craft a statement featured in the medical journal The Lancet back on February 19th of 2020 that read, “We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin,” – except, internal emails showed Daszak tried to make it look as though he didn’t orchestrate the statement so that it would appear unbiased.

In an email bearing the subject line “No need for you to sign the ‘Statement’ Ralph!!,” Daszak had told Ralph Baric and another scientist that, “you, me and him should not sign this statement, so it has some distance from us and therefore doesn’t work in a counterproductive way.”

Baric had agreed to the call to action, responding with, “Otherwise it looks self-serving and we lose impact.”

Instead, the signatories on that statement featured in The Lancet featured those who’d been involved in a confidential discussion with Fauci on February 1st of 2020 to discuss the then-emerging coronavirus.

Interestingly, some of those who’d participated in that February 1st discussion with Fauci floated the idea that this novel virus leaked from a lab – but three days later, they suddenly abandoned that theory and the push to claim it was something that came from nature became the preferred narrative.

Dr. Robert Redfield, a virologist and the director of the CDC until Biden took office in January of 2021, claims that Fauci and his tight-knit group were acting as a “P.R.” firm in this regard, silencing debate on the origins of the virus.

“They made a decision, almost a P.R. decision, that they were going to push one point of view only…They argued they did it in defense of science, but it was antithetical to science.”

It was during an April 17th, 2020, White House briefing regarding the virus that Fauci used this same statement from The Lancet – one where his handpicked crew signed off on and crafted by Daszak – that he would claim the novel virus was “totally consistent with a jump of a species from an animal to a human,” and didn’t originate from a lab.

Daszak had wound up sending Fauci an email the very next day after this White House briefing, thanking Fauci for “publicly standing up and stating that the scientific evidence supports a natural origin for COVID-19 from a bat-to-human spillover, not a lab release from the Wuhan Institute of Virology.”

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