Five Things to Know About COVID Information, After the Fauci Emails

COVID-19. We’ve all been through the wringer, and then some this past year. We know the media buzz and we are alerted to every which way the government chooses to deal with the pandemic.

The man behind it all, Dr. Fauci, has come under fire from Americans after a long, hard year, with supposedly little honesty and transparency about what was really going on, from masks to possible treatments, to where the virus even came from. Here are five things to know about COVID-19, after the Fauci emails.

  1. The Wuhan lab leak theory

This email thread demonstrates colleagues of Dr. Fauci professionally concluded through scientific analysis that this virus was likely not a result of natural evolution, but genetic engineering, as early as January of 2020.

2. Footage from Sky News proves that bats were kept in Wuhan lab

A December 2020 Tweet from WHO investigator and EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak states that “This is a widely circulated conspiracy theory.. they DO NOT have live or dead bats in them. There is no evidence anywhere that this happened”.

3. Dr. Fauci on Masks

On February 5th, 2020, Dr. Fauci wrote to Sylvia Burwell about the inefficiency of masks. He also commented on vaccines. “The typical mask you buy at the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus…money is best spent on medical countermeasures such as diagnostics and vaccines” (Buzzfeed). This comes after a long year of chastising members of government and citizens alike for being skeptical of a normal mask's efficiency.

Youtube removed over 800k for “COVID misinformation”. 30 thousand of them were about vaccines (Axios). However, Johnson and Johnson halted vaccination due to blood clots in recipients (Youtube). All six cases were women ages 18–48 and symptoms occurred 6–13 days after vaccination.

As stated in the community guidelines regarding COVID, Facebook bans claims that the vaccine can cause blood clots (Facebook). The Fauci emails show the relationship established between Dr. Fauci and social media entities regarding the government’s response to COVID-19.

  1. Dr. Fauci on Treatments

One of the things we certainly heard little about in the media due to the heavy tech censorship listed above is that on Hydroxychloroquine. There was little room for dissent and the media fixed the attention mostly on masking and social distancing.

Breaking 911 reported that “New study finds that the use of weight-adjusted hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin improved survival of ventilated COVID-19 patients by nearly 200%” — MedRvix

Of course, these are all conclusions that could have come sooner had there been more public discourse over the last year, not less. The American people have a right to the information, especially with how detrimental the costs have been.