Top Scientist Blasts Fauci As A "Serial Liar", Slams Ex-Biden Pandemic Adviser As An "Empty Head", "Dolt"

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Richard H. Ebright, an award-winning scientist and Board of Governors
Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Rutgers University, responded
to statements made by Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday by repeatedly calling Fauci
a "serial liar."

Ebright responded to each of the following comments made on social media by
stating, "Serial liars-like Fauci-will be serial liars."

#1: "Fauci is such a tool. The question posed to him in congress was whether
he funded gain of function research. He either did or he didn't. He said he
didn't. New evidence suggests he did. This isn't a scientific question."

#2: "Fauci: `I'm going to be saving lives and they're going to be lying' -
POLITICO Anyone who's been this wrong and misled people this much should not
hide behind `science' especially when he has so blatantly ignored or
misunderstood the `science' throughout."

#3: "Fauci then implied that Senator Ted Cruz should be prosecuted for Jan.
6. `And I'm going to be saving lives, and they're going to be lying,' he
added. He also proclaimed: `I represent science! . And if you damage science,
you're doing something very detrimental to society.'"

Ebright criticized Fauci earlier this year after The Intercept obtained
hundreds of pages of previously undisclosed information from the NIH that
allegedly showed that EcoHealth Alliance used federal grant money to fund
dangerous bat coronavirus research in the Chinese labs.

Ebright said [emphasis added]:

The materials show that the 2014 and 2019 NIH grants to EcoHealth with
subcontracts to WIV funded gain-of-function research as defined in
federal policies in effect in 2014-2017 and potential pandemic pathogen
enhancement as defined in federal policies in effect in 2017-present.

The materials confirm the grants supported the construction-in Wuhan-of
novel chimeric SARS-related coronaviruses that combined a spike gene
from one coronavirus with genetic information from another coronavirus,
and confirmed the resulting viruses could infect human cells.

The materials reveal that the resulting novel, laboratory-generated
SARS-related coronaviruses also could infect mice engineered to display
human receptors on cells ("humanized mice").

The materials further reveal for the first time that one of the
resulting novel, laboratory-generated SARS-related coronaviruses-one
not been previously disclosed publicly-was more pathogenic to humanized
mice than the starting virus from which it was constructed and thus
not only was reasonably anticipated to exhibit enhanced pathogenicity,
but, indeed, was *demonstrated* to exhibit enhanced pathogenicity.

The materials further reveal that the the grants also supported the
construction-in Wuhan-of novel chimeric MERS-related coronaviruses that
combined spike genes from one MERS-related coronavirus with genetic
information from another MERS-related coronavirus.

*The documents make it clear that assertions by the NIH Director,
Francis Collins, and the NIAID Director, Anthony Fauci, that the NIH
did not support gain-of-function research or potential pandemic
pathogen enhancement at WIV are untruthful.*

Ebright later criticized remarks made by former Biden COVID-19 senior adviser
Andy Slavitt, saying that Slavitt was an "empty head" and a "dolt."

Empty suits will be empty suits.
Empty heads will be empty heads.
The mystery is why governments rely on empty suits and empty heads.

- Richard H. Ebright (@R_H_Ebright) November 28, 2021

The two are not mutually incompatible, dolt.

- Richard H. Ebright (@R_H_Ebright) November 28, 2021

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Let's go Brandon!

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