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.
For over five months now, many Democrats have attempted to use the Jan. 6 incursion of the Capitol building as an indictment on any and every American who supported former President Donald Trump. On Thursday, Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi lied once again about the event.
At a news conference, Pelosi told reporters she will establish a committee to investigate the incursion. She said one of the two overarching topics for the investigation will be the “root causes” that led people to storm the Capitol.
It does not take an expert to know many people stormed the Capitol building to express their distrust and frustration with election results in certain states. However, Pelosi claimed the actual root causes of the incursion included “white supremacy, anti-Semitism and Islamophobia.
Democrat Party ‘Robbin’ Hood’ Elizabeth Warren, who intends to use the IRS to probe US citizens’ bank accounts to ensure they’re paying their “fair share,” grills JP Morgan CEO on bank overdraft fees …
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says that canceling $50,000 of student loan debt “makes sense” even if it won’t apply to borrowers who recently paid off their loans instead of buying their first home or using that money elsewhere.
The conservative news media One AmericaNews (OAN) is pushing back against two Democrat Representatives who wrote letters pressuring large American TV carriers over their coverage. The network is alleging the representatives are trying to get them deplatformed.
Democrat senators celebrated the upper chamber’s passage of the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure on Saturday, framing it as “just the start of what Congress can do” moving forward.
The Senate passed the controversial $1.9 coronavirus relief bill on party lines Saturday, 50-49. Republican Rep. Dan Sullivan (R-AK) was not present for the vote, traveling home for a family emergency.