Former Trump Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared on the “Ingraham Angle” last night with Laura Ingraham and said that officials from the National Institutes of Health had tried to suppress the work that his people had been doing in the State Department to uncover the question about a potential Wuhan lab leak.
The former Sec of State told #IngrahamAngle that high-ranking career officials in the USG deliberately blocked efforts to learn whether the CCP took money from US taxpayers and used it to fund research that killed millions of people around the world. https://t.co/wWFqMkBzfO
— Laura Ingraham (@IngrahamAngle) June 4, 2021
“To hear Fauci this morning talk about how the Chinese have an interest in us discovering what happened is just crazy talk. The Chinese have a deep interest in covering it up. They have done so pretty darn effectively,” Pompeo declared.
“He implies good faith for the Chinese Communist Party: We are on the 32nd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square. For Dr. Fauci to go out and think the CCP cared that there were people in Wuhan who were dying….is just naïve beyond all possible imagination.”
As we reported, Fauci refused to even go after China during his interview yesterday morning saying that might cause them to pull back. As if they hadn’t already been “pulling back” and covering up all this time. That’s what Pompeo meant by “naive.”
Pompeo said the State Department put out information on Jan. 15 indicating that it probably did come from a lab, based upon the information that they had uncovered, despite folks at NIH who were trying to suppress what they were doing as well, he said. That in and of itself is a troubling accusation: Why was NIH trying to suppress their work? Could that be because of the gain of function questions?
Pompeo said there were folks all over the intel community who didn’t want to talk about it, who didn’t want to know that the Chinese Communist Party was in the process of covering up aspects of what had occurred.
Pompeo also said there was a lot
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