Career criminal Tony Fauci is finally done with his multi-decade stint in the deep state cesspool of Washington, D.C., but his temporary replacement, Dr. Hugh Auchincloss, is hardly any better – and is arguably even worse.
Auchincloss, the new for-the-time-being head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is basically Fauci 2.0. He is already forging new partnerships with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for expanded bioweapons “research” programs, and reports indicate that he also quietly reversed the United States ban on gain-of-function research that is believed to have resulted in the creation of the Fauci Flu.
Gain-of-function, as you may recall, is the technology many believe was used, with approval from Fauci, to develop the Wuhan coronavirus, also known as Covid-19. (Related: Fauci is a proven liar who belongs in prison.)
Previously Fauci’s “principal deputy director,” the second-most powerful position at the $6 billion agency, Auchincloss, who has been at the NIAID since 2006, appears to be cut from the exact same cloth as Fauci with a similar pro-CCP, pro-bioweapons agenda.
“He is also the same aide that Fauci sent panicked emails – obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request – to about the gain of function research occurring in Wuhan in the early days of the pandemic,” reports War Room.
“In a recent deposition, Fauci also identified Auchincloss as responsible for reversing a ban on federal funds supporting gain of function research in the case of Ralph Baric – who shared his deadly research tactics with scientists in Wuhan.
Is Auchincloss directly responsible for the gain of function research that led to the unleashing of the Chinese Virus?
While at the NIAID all these years, Auchincloss also appeared to be the point person at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) who spearheaded that agency’s collaborative research efforts with communist China. In 2011, he led a delegation to sign a memorandum of understanding with a Chinese military-linked entity known as the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC).
The NSFC would become one of several funders, alongside Fauci’s NIAID, for the controversial bat coronavirus research and manipulation that took place at the Wuhan Institute of Virology with the help of Peter Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance.
A year before Auchincloss led the 2011 delegation to China, NIH Director Francis Collins entered into a joint agreement with the NSFC to facilitate “cooperation in medical research.” He further “expressed his hope to further push the substantial collaboration between researchers in medical sciences of the two countries by taking the advantage of the NSFC-NIH Memorandum of Understanding,” according to an NSFC summary.
This would pave the way for the 2011 delegation in which Auchincloss and 15 others visited Beijing to solidify an agreement with the CCP to “carry out the funding of joint research programs.”
Chances are that Auchincloss knows full well where and how covid originated. Like Fauci, he was at the forefront of all the funding and research that ultimately led to its unveiling and unleashing on the world stage.
During his recent deposition, Fauci appeared to admit such when he blamed “aides,” which likely include Auchincloss, for granting exemptions to researchers like Ralph Baric to conduct deadly gain of function research, which was banned in the U.S. by the Obama regime.
“While discussing the research activity of Baric, who has been described by Wuhan Institute of Virology bat coronavirus researcher as a ‘longtime collaborator,’ Fauci explicitly pointed to Auchincloss as responsible for giving Baric an exemption to the agency’s ban on the deadly form of research,” War Room revealed.
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