Rand Paul Suggests Fauci Lied About Wuhan Research

Rand Paul Suggests Fauci Lied About Wuhan Research

(UnitedReader.com) – Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) got into a heated argument with White House chief medical advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci during a Congressional hearing on July 20. The Kentucky lawmaker accused Fauci of lying, referencing a May 11 statement in which the doctor claimed the National Institute of Health (NIH) did not fund gain-of-function research in Wuhan.

Newly released documents show that the NIH did, in fact, provide taxpayer funding for that incredibly dangerous type of research at a Wuhan, China, laboratory, prompting the Senator to take to Twitter to expose Dr. Fauci.

The Intercept filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for information preceding Paul’s accusation. They later published an article discussing proof-positive that the NIH gave $3.1 million to EcoHealth Alliance, an American health organization, to back bat coronavirus research conducted by a lab in Wuhan.

Paul and Fauci, both of whom are trained medical doctors, frequently bump heads. In fact, Senator Paul first accused Fauci of lying during that July 20 hearing. Now, it seems the Republican Senator was correct in his accusations.

As the Republican said back in July, lying to Congress is a felony offense punishable by up to five years in prison. Could he be dropping hints about Dr. Fauci’s future?

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