One Of Fauci’s People Has Suddenly Been REMOVED!

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The head of a New York City-based nonprofit that directed hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal grant money to the Wuhan Institute of Virology is no longer part of an UN-backed commission examining the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.

British scientist Peter Daszak has been terminated from his role on an investigative commission looking into the origins of Covid19. Or as the UN-backed Lancet commission’s website puts it, “recused from commission work on the origins of the pandemic”. His firing from the COVID commission comes after it was discovered that he’s been working tirelessly behind the scenes to denounce the lab leak theory, labeling those that tout it as conspiracy theorists, all while failing to mention his close ties to the same facility.

Earlier this month, Vanity Fair reported that Dazsak helped organize a statement signed by 27 leading scientists that appeared in The Lancet — a prestigious British medical journal — in February 2020. The statement condemned what it called “conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin” and proclaimed “solidarity with all scientists and health professionals in China.”

“Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumors [sic], and prejudice that jeopardize [sic] our global collaboration in the fight against this virus,” the statement added.

Though the statement initially claimed that the signatories had “no competing interests,” The Lancet issued a statement Monday saying it had invited all 27 signatories (at least one of whom has walked back his support of the natural, or zoonotic, theory) to “re-evaluate their competing interests.” The statement included an updated disclosure from Daszak attached to the February 2020 statement and two other pieces he co-authored or contributed to.

ZeroHedge also reported:

The British scientist was picked although he was intimately associated with the Wuhan lab, had repeatedly dismissed the lab leak hypothesis as a ‘dangerous conspiracy theory’, and created a pressure campaign via a letter published by The Lancet to force the scientific community into avoiding looking into the lab as a potential source of the outbreak.

Daszak’s participation with several groups tasked with investigating the origins of COVID has proved controversial due to his connection to the Wuhan Institute and its chief researcher Dr. Shi Zhengli – aka ‘Batwoman’. Daszak’s EcoHealth Alliance has funneled money into the Wuhan Lab and research being conducted by Dr. Zhengli.

Mr. Daszak was the ring-leader in the organization of a letter published in The Lancet that was signed by himself and 27- other scientists, whose purpose was to denounce the lab leak claim as a ‘conspiracy theory,’ and ‘nonscientific.’ They wrote at the time: ‘We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin’.

Supporters of the theory call the denunciation ridiculous claiming there is no way it can be a coincidence, that the virus first appeared in the same Chinese city (Wuhan) that houses the only lab in China studying bat coronaviruses.

100 Percent Fed Up reported earlier this month about Peter Daszak and Google’s involvement with the Wuhan Lab:

The National Pulse reports that Google has been funding research at EcoHealth Alliance for over a decade. The controversial group which has openly collaborated with the Wuhan Institute of Virology on “killer” bat coronavirus research, sent nearly $600K in tax-payer funds to the Chinese lab, which is now considered the most likely source of COVID-19. Peter Daszak, the organization’s president, along with the MSM and big-tech tyrants, have been trying to squash the Wuhan Lab leak theory for well over a year now.

Mr. Daszak 55, secretly organized a statement issued by The Lancet, one of the world’s oldest and best-known medical journals, in February of 2020, according to Vanity Fair.

“We stand together to strongly condemn conspiracy theories suggesting that COVID-19 does not have a natural origin,” the statement read. “Conspiracy theories do nothing but create fear, rumors, and prejudice that jeopardize our global collaboration in the fight against this virus.”

Daszak has also been scrutinized over his role as the sole US representative on a World Health Organization fact-finding mission to Wuhan earlier this year. That trip produced a report that said the virus likely emerged from animals and that was panned by governments around the world, as well as the WHO’s director-general.

Despite his position at the center of the scientific response to the pandemic, Daszak has repeatedly declined to speak to reporters or lawmakers about EcoHealth, the initial WHO investigation, his relationship with Fauci, the Wuhan Institute of Virology, or other issues.

President Donald Trump was one of the people who point a finger at the lab as the source of the leak, an accusation, his critics claimed, was to deflect from his “poor” handling of the pandemic.

Sources: 100 Percent Fed Up, New York Post, Vanity Fair, ZeroHedge