To borrow a phrase popularized by millennials, Sen. Rand Paul has found “the receipts” apparently proving that Dr. Fauci lied about the NIH financing “gain of function” research for bat coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institue of Virology.
While there’s apparently room for interpretation, the NIH’s own experts – whom Dr. Fauci said earlier had unanimously rejected the idea that this constituted ‘gain of function’ research – actually agreed that the opposite was the case.
It’s just a reminder that Dr. Fauci and other senior public health officials are prioritizing the protection of “the narrative” over “the science”.
As for Dr. Fauci’s insistence that a slew of scientists sided with his view that the research to which Paul is referring didn’t constitute “gain of function”, Jack Posobiec raises an interesting point.
Awareness of ivermectin’s efficacy and its adoption by physicians worldwide to successfully treat COVID-19 have grown exponentially over the past several months. Oddly, however, even as the clinical trials data and successful ivermectin treatment experiences continue to mount, so too have the criticisms and outright recommendations against the use of ivermectin by the vast majority, though not all, of public health agencies (PHA), concentrated largely in North America and Europe.
The Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance (FLCCC) and other ivermectin researchers have repeatedly offered expert analyses to respectfully correct and rebut the PHA recommendations, based on our deep study and rapidly accumulated expertise “in the field” on the use of ivermectin to treat COVID-19. These rebuttals were publicized and provided to international media for the education of providers and patients across the world. Our most recent response to the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and others recommendation against use can be found on the FLCCC website here.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department has implemented “Operation Homebound” [Operation Homebound | Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (lasd.org)] which has been organized to “vaccinate the most underrepresented, homebound, and underserved disabled residents in our communities, including those experiencing homelessness.” According to the Sheriff’s website.
A video of Operation Homebound [ Operation Homebound – YouTube ] in action has been released on YouTube. We have also posted it here on Brighteon in the event that YouTube censors it. In the video physically overwhelmed people are struggling and screaming in protest at being restrained and jabbed. The vaccine crew, meanwhile, grin and give a thumbs up. These scenes are brutal and horrifying, reminding Dr. Breggin of his early experiences in the 1950’s as a volunteer in a state mental hospital.