Dr. Kristian Andersen, on February 1, 2020, texted Dr. Fauci via email that shared the findings from a couple of doctors that the virus had unusual features that it was engineered.
Dr. Anthony Fauci knew about the suspects of the cause of the virus. However, he denied the information for more than a year.
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Scientist Kristian Anderson told Fauci SARS-CoV-2 has “unusual features” that “potentially look engineered”.
Not long after this email, the scientists authored a piece insisting the virus was natural and Fauci said the same publicly. This is a massive cover-up.
(Buzzfeed FOIA) pic.twitter.com/BD3OUzgDzR
— Sharri Markson (@SharriMarkson) June 2, 2021
You have a copy of the email below.
Two months later, Dr. Andersen published his ‘’Proximal Origin’ paper to shield NIH/NISID and Fauci from probes into a gain of function founding.
No one knew why Fauci wanted to promote the report promoting a report “Baric, Shi, et al. – Nature medicine – SARS gain of function.pdf.”
He shared it with his colleagues, saying that it was essential to defend the actions using the gain of function research.
Five months later, Dr. Kristian Andersen got $1.88 million from the NIH.
2 months later he reverses course and publishes his "Proximal Origin" paper, helping shield NIH/NIAID from potential probes into its GOF funding.
— Radical Centrist, wrathful tantric deity (@RadCentrism) June 2, 2021
However, internet sleuths shared that Kristian Andersen deleted 5,000 of his tweets.
CHT shared this:
This is a lie, because all tweets preceding March 7th, 2021 are deleted. This isn't some tool to auto-delete tweets after n time elapses… pic.twitter.com/JMS9PcFLiw
— CHT (@PrometheusAM) June 6, 2021
And, the final step is the image below. He deleted his account!
Indeki.com covered this story.
A California virologist who told Anthony Fauci that COVID-19 looks ‘potentially engineered’ and ‘inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory’ – only to later reverse course and publish a ‘natural origin’ paper 8 weeks later (before receiving a multi million-dollar NIH grant) has deleted more than 5,000 tweets.
Kristian G. Anderson who runs the Andersen Lab in La Jolla, CA, wrote in a Feb. 1 email to Fauci “The unusual features of the virus make up a really small part of the genome, less than 0.1 percent, so one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered,” adding that he and his team found “the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”
Below you will see a little information about the virologist K.G. Andersen’s tweets.