The Informed Consent Action Network (ICAN) has published the emails of the (in)famous Dr Fauci, who has recently been pushed into a corner by Senator Rand Paul and more or less had to admit that work at the Wuhan Institute of Virology may have contributed to the release (deliberate or inadvertent) of the "SARS-CoV-2 virus".
I have put the latter in quotes because even after all this time and after following as much of the science as I reasonably can, it still isn't clear to me that such a virus actually exists. None the less these emails do seem to exist (and if you are tempted to try to download then it's around 650Mb and 10 minutes or so on a 100Mb connection - you have been warned ).
At first glance it would seem that the existence of these emails puts the existence of the virus beyond doubt.
Does it matter if the virus exists?
Absolutely - if it doesn't then we have to demand to know what exactly the vaccines are doing to us.
If the virus can be proven not to exist then overwhelming legal possibilities immediately present themselves. That alone would make it imperative to convince the world that "of course the virus exists", in order to protect against otherwise inevitable legal actions.
If we assume for the sake of argument that there was indeed nefarious intent afoot in Wuhan, then the research may not have produced an effective bioweapon ("many a slip twixt cup and lip"!).
In any case an RT-PCR test which spews out random false positives would enable the medical industry to diagnose all sicknesses and none as Covid cases . . . which looks very much like the observed reality of 2020. After all, once a patient is diagnosed with Covid, why test for anything else? You have a "pandemic" and you have the deaths (from applying treatment irrelevant or damaging to the patient) to back the pandemic narrative. No virus required.
So in my mind I am still not clear that the virus exists, even if most of the world (including Dr Fauci) believes it does. This belief would be a prerequisite for getting away with any bogus pandemic crime of this magnitude and would be fostered by all available means as an integral part of the plan.
The Wuhan lab exercise may have been an elaborate smokescreen from the beginning, designed simply to convince the world that a deadly new virus, requiring multiple "vaccines", does indeed exist. Preposterous? Or an essential element of any plan to unleash a bogus pandemic?
I don't know the answer, but the possibility may not be so far-fetched.
But back to the emails. Personally I'm not going to attempt to read all these as I simply don't have the time, but ICAN have helpfully supplied some significant extracts which I think you will find relevant and illuminating.
No doubt more information will emerge in due course.
Choose your rabbit-holes with care.
Here's Tucker Carlson's take on the Fauci situation . . .