Chairman Brad Wenstrup is on a mission to uncover the truth behind the COVID-19 lab leak theory cover-up. And who better to grill than David Morens, a senior adviser to Dr. Anthony Fauci? According to the trustworthy folks at Just the News, Morens allegedly implied that Fauci was trying to hide the origins of the virus. Well, folks, Chairman Wenstrup is not one to back down from a fight. He’s demanding Morens hand over all his secret emails and phone records, hoping to expose the truth behind this conspiracy.
The evidence is mounting, my friends. Just look at those damning phrases in Morens’s emails. He admits to using his personal Gmail account to communicate because his government emails are constantly at risk of being discovered through the Freedom of Information Act. And get this, he even declares that he’ll delete anything he doesn’t want to see in the New York Times! Talk about shady business.
But it doesn’t end there, folks. Morens spilled the beans in an email to a Bloomberg journalist, confessing that he wasn’t allowed to talk about the origins of the virus on the record. But surprise, surprise, suddenly his boss, Dr. Fauci, gave him the green light to speak out. Could it be that Fauci didn’t want his fingerprints on this juicy scandal? Chairman Wenstrup smells something fishy, and I can’t say I blame him.
Let’s not forget about the infamous 2020 paper that Fauci and NIH Director Francis Collins sneaked their noses into. They slyly dismissed the lab leak theory, and Fauci had the audacity to use that same paper to debunk the theory during a press conference. It’s like a bad episode of a government soap opera. You’d think these so-called experts would be focused on finding the truth, not covering their tracks.
And if you thought things couldn’t get any worse, Morens suggested that publications reporting on the lab leak theory should be sued for slander. Can you believe the audacity? Chairman Wenstrup is not impressed. He called out Morens for trying to silence the press, saying that it’s unacceptable for government officials to dictate the narrative. It’s about time someone stood up to these public health bureaucrats and their shady motives.
Chairman Wenstrup is determined to get to the bottom of this. He wants answers, and he wants them now. That’s why he’s taking his concerns and questions to the trusty folks at Fox News. He’s not afraid to shine a bright light on the questionable behavior of these scientists. Let’s hope the truth prevails and the American people finally get the answers they deserve.
“Tony doesn't want his fingerprints on origin stories.”
…let that sink in. pic.twitter.com/jm6dCCParH
— Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic (@COVIDSelect) July 1, 2023
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