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National Tea Party Founder Michael Johns Calls For Investigation Into NIH Funding Of Wuhan Institute Of Virology

Pressure continued to build on the Biden administration regarding Anthony Fauci and U.S. funding of the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

Michael Johns, the co-founder of the U.S. Tea Party movement and respected foreign policy expert, is calling for an independent investigation into U.S. funding for controversial virology research being conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that Johns and a growing number of independent experts have argued is the probable origin of the Covid-19 pandemic that has now taken 3.8 million lives globally and inflicted trillions of dollars in damage to the global economy.

Johns also joined a growing number of Congressional Republicans, including House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, in calling for the termination of Anthony Fauci, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases director who has been the primary medical advisor on the pandemic.

In an interview with One America News, Johns said that U.S. funding for the Wuhan Institute of Virology had been justifiably terminated based on an assessment of its public health risks and that Fauci circumvented a well-established process for the funding of such projects, instead of pressuring a junior-level White House official in the early days of the Trump administration to reinstate the funding.

In his One America News interview, Johns articulated a long litany of inaccurate Fauci conclusions, including his early opposition to the travel ban on China, his downplaying of the risk to Americans in a 60 Minutes interview, his contention that therapeutics like hydroxychloroquine were ineffective, his contradictory position on masks and other preventative measures, and his prediction that vaccine development would take longer than the year that former President Trump projected. 

You can watch the Interview below:


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