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E&C Republican Leaders Request National Academy of Medicine Investigate EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak for Misconduct - Energy and Commerce Committee @hfrfromthefloor  @brettking  more science

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Contrary to claims by Fauci here that these tough guidelines were the product of three years of scientific deliberation, the NIH let EcoHealth write its own guidelines (which they then violated)

@macroliter  In the 80s, the Turkish government insisted there was “no evidence” that there was torture in jails. You can’t talk about “the evidence” when evidence is so profoundly censored. We’re talking about EcoHealth because they won’t even give us what little evidence might be available.

@macroliter  You’re quoting me but absolutely ignoring my question. Amazing. How about focus this energy to get EcoHealth to release the data it should have years ago? Or mention that Calisher, Paliser and Roizman—as eminent as it gets—have said much harsher things than Chan? Or even Baric?

@macroliter  @drethescientistY  @WryWryWry3eah , why is a postdoc with a book taking up your energy as opposed to a WHO expert panel that claimed that the frozen food chain was MORE LIKELY origin than anything related to any lab despite lacking the slightest meaningful access, or EcoHealth that is yet to release key info?

@macroliter  @drethescientistT  @WryWryWry3he  replies of hers that I verified as hidden as offensive was a factual inquiry to EcoHealth whose leadership is on their umpteenth round of "oh, well did we say that, well maybe that wasn't really correct " on key issues. A step outside the Twitter/grant bubble might help.

@macroliter  So anyone insisting on what we *do* know should try to define the scope. You will immediately hit EcoHealth as an inexplicable obstruction. This is taxpayer-funded research. It’s a pandemic. Why don’t we have access to it? At least I get what the Chinese government is doing.

@macroliter  This whole debate started when you jumped into my mentions when I objected to Chan’s perfectly factual, reasonable questions to EcoHealth being censored by Twitter. The real scandal is why is she the only one asking these questions? Where is the rest of you?

The NIH did not admit it funded gain-of-function research on bat coronaviruses in China, and the NIH-funded experiments conducted by EcoHealth Alliance could not have led to SARS-CoV-2. #scicheck 

Congresswoman @cathymcmorris  discussed her committee’s laudable work to investigate the origins of Covid and hold NIH and EcoHealth accountable for funding dangerous experiments and stonewalling Congress.” Read a recap of yesterday's COVID-19 briefing ⬇️

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Realize that NIH is still funding Ecohealth collaboration with Wuhan thru 2025.  Fauci has publicly stated his support for Continuing US taxpayer funding of Wuhan.

Another significant cache of documents related to coronavirus work at Wuhan Institute of Virology and EcoHealth has just been unearthed—again, by the same group of internet sleuths. Regardless of what you think of the content, this pattern is troubling.

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Judicial Watch announced that it received 129 pages of records from the HHS which include “urgent for Dr. Fauci ” email chain which cites ties between the Wuhan lab and the taxpayer-funded EcoHealth Alliance. READ:

Case to watch: NY Supreme Court complaint filed against Peter Daszak at EcoHealth Alliance. It alleges that he and EcoHealth are responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Here's the key unanswered question: The NIH admits that the research it funded through EcoHealth under Fauci made bat coronaviruses more contagious, but Fauci didn't lie because he didn't know until now. But EcoHealth insists Fauci knew all along because they told him & NIH:

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The noose is starting to tighten: Calls grow for ouster of Wuhan lab-tied Peter Daszak as head of NYC EcoHealth Alliance

“Emails obtained earlier this month by Judicial Watch found that EcoHealth was allocated approximately $7.5M over 11 years from NIAID to carry out its study ‘Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence’,” Judicial Watch in The New York Post. READ:

“Emails obtained earlier this month by Judicial Watch found that EcoHealth was allocated approximately $7.5M over 11 years from NIAID to carry out its study ‘Understanding the Risk of Bat Coronavirus Emergence’,” Judicial Watch in The New York Post. READ:

@HHSGov  didn’t want you to see this paragraph in an April 2020 email between EcoHealth Alliance president, Peter Daszak and Dr. Fauci. See it here:

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“…Nicholas Wade, says, “From June 2014 to May 2019 EcoHealth Alliance had a grant from NIAID, part of the National Institutes of Health, to do gain-of-function research with coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.”

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