In an interview with Maria Bartiromo of Fox News, Senator Rand Paul, a Republican from Kentucky, has accused both the US and China of fostering an atmosphere that has allowed the COVID-19 virus to jump species and spread over the world.
Paul called for a decrease in gain-of-function experiments and restated his claims that the COVID-19 virus, via research funded by authorities in the United States, was created at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.
The Kentucky senator, who has been vocal in his criticism of previous NIAID Director Dr. Anthony Fauci, extended his criticism to Bill Gates, saying that Gates may be “well-intended,” but he may also be financing the most significant risk to humanity.
Senator Paul went on a rant when asked about Bill Gates’s dubious sponsorship of bat coronavirus.
He said that Bill Gates recently visited China and is the primary financial backer of efforts to locate these viruses in underground caverns with the aim of releasing them in urban areas.
In China, scientists traveled two to 300 feet down to find viruses and then returned them to a metropolis of 15 million people located hours south of Wuhan. Many researchers contend that Bill Gates is making a mistake by supporting this.
Paul said that the Wuhan Institute of Virology’s gain-of-function research, funded by the NIH, was the subject of an “elaborate cover-up” including Fauci.
Paul warned that the next worldwide epidemic might be far worse if an international coalition of countries did not agree to restrict gain-of-function research.
A report shows that a scientist named Kristian Andersen, born in Denmark but received his education in the United Kingdom, allegedly wrote Dr. Tony Fauci on January 31, 2020, to inform him that the virus seemed to be manufactured in a lab.
Anderson then issued a statement on February 4, 2020, calling the lab leak scenario a conspiracy theory.
So, what exactly happened from January 31, 2020, to February 4, 2020?
According to allegations, Dr. Tony Fauci phoned Dr. Kristian Anderson and told him to publicly deny that the COVID virus was created in a lab.