Through a Freedom of Information request, over 3,200 emails from Tony Fauci’s work email account have gone public.
In March 2020, Fauci discredited a model predicting at least 500,000 deaths. By February 2021, Fauci commented about the tragedy of the COVID-19 death toll approaching 500,000.
Fauci was informed about gain of function experiments involving coronaviruses on February 1, 2020 (P3 framework refers to public and private sector partnerships):
On Tuesday, March 2, 2020, a researcher named emailed Fauci to share sequencing information about COVID-19:
On March 4, 2020, Fauci replied to a question about post-infection immunity, stating it’s safe to assume there would be “substantial immunity post infection:”
On February 4, 2020, Fauci discussed how the paper that he based his assertation that COVID-19 asymptomatic transmission was possible failed to include an interview with the patient, thereby discrediting the paper. However, Fauci assured the recipient of the email that he discussed asymptomatic transmission with his Chinese colleague, a very reputable doctor, who confirmed asymptomatic transmission was occurring in Wuhan and Hubei. Meaning that the basis for Fauci claiming asymptomatic transmission was possible was based completely on the word of one Chinese scientist:
Asymptomatic transmission was a central argument to universal masking policies.
Fauci also provided advise on COVID-19 information “unofficially:”
Fauci also chimed in to provide advice to a private sector advocacy group about what companies should advocate for:
Fauci failed to properly project when a vaccine would be ready, claiming in March 2020 it would take 1.5 years for a vaccine to be available to the public:
When a doctor provided information about a possible treatment for COVID-19, Fauci asked another individual to “please take a look and handle:”
Fauci asked a coworker to “respond to this person” after receiving an email about COVID-19 being dual targeting, impacting ACE-2 and CD4 T cells:
Fauci discredited “drug store masks,” claiming they offered limited protection and was forwarded an email about donating money to China to help fight COVID-19 by a man who previously worked with “Gates and the HHS”:
Despite COVID-19 originating in Wuhan, Fauci emailed the CDC to ask whether the Wall Street Journal misquoted the agency. The Wall Street Journal article mentioned the CDC discouraged nonessential travel to China:
Fauci agreed to discuss an appearance on CGTN, a Chinese CCP state-owned media outlet:
Fauci stated an the investigation by the USG, led Jeremy Farrar of the Wellcome Trust, would review the potential evolutionary origins of COVID-19, as that field of study was not Fauci’s “area of expertise.” The Wellcome Trust was created by Sir Henry Solomon Wellcome, who started a pharmaceutical company called Burroughs Wellcome & Co. in 1880.
Jeremy emailed Fauci on February 5th, 2020 for recommendations of individuals that would be willing to participate in a WHO group to “look at the origin and evolution of 2019n-CoV.” Fauci’s recommendations included Joseph DeRisi of the Chan Zuckerberg BioHub:
On February 6th, Fauci responded to an inquiry about potential COVID-19 treatments from a CNN medical correspondent that the “Chinese are putting together protocols to test certain drugs as remdesivir:”
Fauci pitched an op-ed he co-wrote to the Jeff Bezos-owned Washington Post:
Fauci declined to be added as a co-author to an article that he did not write:
Bush alums are big fans of Fauci:
Joe Banner sent an email with the subject line “Personal Connection,” to Fauci requesting advice on how the PepsiCo Foundation could address COVID-19. Banner previously worked for ABC news: