This government agency raised red flags when it got caught scrubbing its website

It looked like one agency was finally coming clean last week, but something deceptive was going on behind the scenes.

No doubt they hoped their sleight-of-hand would slip by unnoticed.

And this government agency raised red flags when it got caught scrubbing its website.

With huge questions looming about whether the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding fueled the entire Covid-19 pandemic, it appears the agency is none-too-eager to come clean.

No surprise, this isn’t making headlines on CNN News.

But numerous blogs and alternative news sources are calling the agency on its shenanigans.

Apparently at the same time the NIH decided to come clean and admit it had funded gain-of-function research in Wuhan, the agency was scrubbing information about what that actually means off its website.

But these days, what happens on the Internet stays on the Internet thanks to the Internet Archive’s Way Back Machine.

No doubt, the NIH doesn’t exactly want to dwell on the repercussions of failed “biosafety and biosecurity controls” of research that is “anticipated to enhance the transmissibility and/or virulence of potential pandemic pathogens, which are likely to make them for dangerous to humans.”

But while the NIH removed the most straightforward explanation of exactly what this extremely risky area of research involves, there’s no hiding that it has always been highly controversial in the scientific community.

Currently, searching NIH’s website for “gain-of-function” yields two pages of links to studies, including one that argues, “The genetic structure of SARS‐CoV‐2 does not rule out a laboratory origin.”

It seems, no matter how much Fauci lies, there’s a digital trail plenty long enough to trip him up.

And some of the biggest book sellers in the world seem to have realized they no longer want anything to do with the world’s most prominent health dictator.

Fox News noticed Amazon and Barnes and Noble have scrubbed their websites as well, removing all traces of Fauci’s forthcoming book Expect the Unexpected: Ten Lessons on Truth, Service, and the Way Forward.

Before disappearing from the sites, it was formerly listed as offering inspiration and “perspective on leadership, expecting the unexpected, and finding joy in difficult times.”

Based on what we’re learning about Fauci – from funding risky gain-of-function research to paying to torture and dissect beagle puppies – it’s unlikely joy is going to be the first emotion people conjure up when he comes to mind.

And it seems increasingly likely we can blame him for quite a few of our “difficult times.”

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