Gregg Jarrett joined Fox News’ “The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton” to discuss the latest evidence on Dr. Anthony Fauci’s involvement and cover-up of the Wuhan Lab theory. Discussing whether or not Fauci should be questioned by Congress, Jarrett states:
“Evidence continues to mount that Anthony Fauci may be culpable not just for his lies and deceptions to Congress in his testimony but his suspected complicity in causing or contributing to a virus that may well have occurred inside of a laboratory and escaped to the general population.”
Not only does it appear Fauci was not honest in his testimony before the United States Congress, a crime in and of itself, but could potentially face prosecution. He’s also culpable of perhaps causing or contributing to this entire pandemic. “He was warned in January of 2020 by a group of respected virologists that this has the genetic fingerprints of a deadly virus created inside a laboratory by manipulating cells to make them more virulent, more contagious” adds Jarrett.
And with that warning, it appears Fauci covered it up. “Perhaps he didn’t want to be blamed or implicated in giving six-hundred thousand dollars in taxpayer money to the Wuhan lab for the risky dangerous research that caused the pandemic.” Therefore, adds Jarrett, “he arguably, along with the NIH could be liable for a multitude of wrongful death lawsuits in addition to other lawsuits.”