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Fauci Emails: Immunology Expert Warned in January 2020 That SARS-CoV-2 Virus 'Potentially Looks Engineered'

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In the ongoing saga that is the beginning of the fall from grace for Dr. Anthony Fauci, yet another piece of incriminating evidence was extracted from the trove of emails uploaded to the internet by Buzzfeed journalist Jason Leopold.  The emails, which were obtained through a FOIA request, contain details of Fauci’s associations during the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 crisis along with some of the unsavory agents with whom Fauci was associated.

The latest warning came from Kristian G. Andersen, an immunology expert with Scripps Research Insitute and a graduate of Cambridge University.  He’s no slouch.  On January 31, 2020, Fauci received an email from Andersen detailing the genomic breakdown of SARS-CoV-2, initially stating that the virus “looked” totally normal.

“Hi Tony,
Thanks for sharing. Yes, I saw this earlier today and both Eddie and myself are actually quoted in it. It’s a great article, but the problem is that our phylogenetic analyses aren’t able to answer whether the sequences are unusual at individual residues, except if they are completely off. On a phylogenetic tree the virus looks totally normal and the close clustering with bats suggest that bats serve as the reservoir.”

So from initial analysis, Andersen is stating this looks like a normal bat-borne virus.  Andersen continues (emphasis added):

The unusual features of the virus make up a really small part of the genome (<0.1%) so one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.

Remember, we were all told we were crazy for believing this came from a lab, but one of the nation’s foremost experts on immunology felt the that potential that this was engineered was significant.  And he wasn’t alone. Anderson continues (emphasis added):

We have a good team lined up to look very critically at this, so we should know much more at the end of the weekend. I should mention that after discussions earlier today, Eddie, Bob, Mike, and myself all find the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory. But we have to look at this much more closely and there

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