Even more evidence emerges that Anthony Fauci knew far more about COVID than he let on

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Donald Trump told America right from the beginning the COVID came from a Chinese lab.

But then Dr. Fauci and the media went to work trying to convince everyone the lab leak idea was just a “conspiracy theory,” dreamed up by people wearing tinfoil hats.

But now shocking evidence has surfaced, implicating Fauci in the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.

Evidence shows Trump was correct to call COVID the “China Virus”

In the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, there were many theories floating about how it all began. 

The so-called “experts,” like Dr. Anthony Fauci, claimed that this zoological virus must have naturally evolved from infecting bats to infecting humans. 

Fauci, along with many others, said that this must have occurred in a wet market in Wuhan, China.

Skeptics pointed out the strange coincidence that there was a virology lab in Wuhan, that was known for experimenting on bat-born coronaviruses. 

That left many Americans scratching their heads.

Donald Trump was one of the first public figures to suggest that the virus may have come out of the virology lab. 

Within weeks of the first recorded case in the United States, the former President coined the name “China Virus,” and at that point it was sealed – the media couldn’t let us believe that it came from a lab.

But now, evidence suggests that Trump was only partly correct.

NIH published research on 12 Egyptian fruit bats infected with “SARS-like” virus

According to a recent investigation by an online research group called DRASTIC, the National Institute of Health (NIH) was conducting experiments with coronaviruses in a lab based in Montana. 

These experiments were held in 2018 – over a year before the first recorded cases in the US.

The report says that the NIH was working with 12 Egyptian fruit bats that they had infected with “SARS-like” virus WIV1. 

The bats were purchased by the NIH at a “roadside” zoo in Maryland that was conveniently 15 minutes away from Camp David. 

The investigators found a research study that was published in 2018 that claimed that the WIV1 virus could not produce “robust infection” in people. 

However, they believe that it’s possible that this is how COVID-19 was developed – not in a Wuhan-based lab.

The Wuhan lab fits into the story in another way.

White Coat Waste group says that they “uncovered” evidence linking Fauci to the research

According to the 2018 research, Dr. Fauci was overseeing the experiments at NIH funded Rocky Mountain Laboratories in Montana. 

Under Fauci’s guidance, scientists infected the fruit bats with the WIV1 virus that is typically found in another bat species. 

The live virus was allegedly shipped from Wuhan, China to be used in the experiment to see if there was evidence of viral replication following inoculation. 

Another group, White Coat Waste, said that they had evidence to support the theory. 

The President of White Coat Waste, Anthony Bellotti issued a statement.

“Our investigation has uncovered the real-life horror story of how a shady roadside zoo, whose curator was an NIH animal experimenter, shipped off bats to a deadly government virus lab overseen by Dr. Fauci to be infected with a coronavirus obtained directly from the Wuhan lab,” Bellotti said.

This is a startling development, and Fauci should be ready to answer more questions from Congress. 

Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.