Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) said the Senate is fighting the Biden administration “every day” to obtain unclassified information about the origins of COVID-19. She told “Sunday Morning Futures” that she believes the administration is withholding the documents, perhaps because the relationship with China is important enough to “obscure” the truth. Told.
Paul also criticized President Anthony Fauci's former medical adviser for saying in an interview with host Maria Bartiromo that the knowledge gained from pathogen experiments “outweighs the risks” of a possible pandemic in 2012.
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Sen. Rand Paul: We are still fighting the Biden administration every day for unclassified information. And they resist at every turn. If we were going to get anything from the Biden administration, we basically had to put nominees on hold and bills on hold. And I don't know what it is.It's either pity or believe it Relationship with China So important that it can obscure the truth. But the Biden administration also has some responsibility across several different departments, including USAID, NIH, and HHS. They are withholding documents because they funded the Wuhan lab not just once, not twice, but for 10 years. They were providing funding. And even if there is a pandemic, even if gain-of-function research infects scientists and causes a pandemic, Anthony Fauci is on record as saying that knowledge is worth the risk. And I think most people who have lost loved ones to coronavirus, both here and around the world, would disagree and think that Anthony Fauci made a terrible decision. But while he also investigated, it was not subject to the usual scrutiny. There was a safety committee that was supposed to look at this, and Anthony Fauci authorized this study to be done without the approval of the safety committee, with his signature and conclusion and approval. And in this regard, he really should go down in history as perhaps one of the worst people in public office, perhaps responsible for more deaths than any other person in the medical world.
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