(Natural News) Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Peter Daszak were not the only guardians of science who privately plotted to conceal gain-of-function coronavirus research from the public. Sir Jeremy Farrar from the British Wellcome Trust also conspired to shut down any debate on the Wuhan lab leak theory. The former Oxford University professor has been in this influential role for eight years, commandeering one of the world’s wealthiest foundations while also sitting on the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies.
According to the first Fauci email release, Sir Jeremy Farrar played a pivotal role behind the scenes, convincing top scientists to stay quiet on the potential lab leak theory. He even demanded secrecy on their discussions. The emails reveal how these men colluded with one another to divert attention away from the risky virus engineering and vaccine research that was taking place in Wuhan.
Farrar conspired with Fauci and Daszak to conceal potential lab origin of SARS-CoV-2
In early 2020, Farrar publicly claimed that scientists “know” SARS-CoV-2 was not created in a lab, even though scientists around the world were already documenting “HIV-like inserts” and other evidence of man-made interference in the genetic sequence of the virus.
In fact, Farrar was one of the leading scientists who signed Dr. Daszak’s infamous Lancet statement, declaring the lab leak theory a “conspiracy” before any hard evidence emerged, before any formal investigation could be conducted. Farrar claimed the “evidence” indicates that SARS-CoV-2 spilled over naturally from animals. None such evidence exists, because China has yet to find an animal reservoir to blame for the pandemic. At least 80,000 samples from animals have been analyzed to find a possible natural link, yet no match has been made.
Author: Lance D Johnson
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