Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Fauci Warned About Coronaviruses in 2003—but Didn’t Act On It; Doc on Trump's COVID Task Force Says Fauci, Birx Ignored Data That Disputed Their Preferred Theories, and other C-Virus related stories

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Fauci Warned About Coronaviruses in 2003—but Didn’t Act On It:
Few would argue the United States, or any country for that matter, was prepared for the COVID-19 pandemic, even though, starting in 2003, the U.S. devoted $5.6 billion to fund Project Bioshield, running through 2013, and another $2.8 billion of funding through 2018.
Project Bioshield was designed to prepare the United States against a bio attack, including provisions for the stockpiling and distribution of vaccines.
Though COVID-19 was a new virus, congressional testimony from 2003 paints a concerning picture about what we knew—and when—about the family of viruses from which it originated.
“I am particularly interested in learning how Project Bioshield would assist in addressing the current public health emergency created by the epidemic known as severe acute respiratory syndrome [SARS],” said Tom Davis, chairman of the Committee on Government Reform. “More than 2,000 suspected cases of this mysterious disease have been reported in 17 nations, including the United States, with 78 fatalities. So far, there is no effective treatment or vaccine to combat this deadly syndrome.”
Among those testifying to the committee in 2003 was Dr. Anthony Fauci, then and now the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Fauci told the committee: --->READ MORE HERE
Doc on Trump's COVID Task Force Says Fauci, Birx Ignored Data That Disputed Their Preferred Theories:
The supposed experts shaping the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus forced their tunnel vision upon the administration, according to a former member of the White House Coronavirus Response Team.
In a new book, Dr. Scott Atlas lambastes the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. Deborah Birx and former CDC Director Robert Redfield for refusing to look at all options.
In his book, “A Plague Upon Our House,” Atlas recounted an incident in which he wrote that he presented compelling data indicating that schools should be reopened and that children were not major factors in the spread of the virus.
Fauci and others acted as though he had never spoken, he wrote, according to excerpts published Saturday by Fox News.
“As I finished, there was silence,” Atlas wrote. “No one offered any contrary data … Zero comments from Dr. Birx. Nothing from Dr. Fauci.” --->READ MORE HERE
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