After months of harsh criticism against the top echelons of the US government Epidemiologist, The growing wave of Congress Republicans Now the call goes one step further Anthony Fossie He is expected to resign or be fired in connection with revelations in thousands of emails released this week.
“Anthony Fucci’s recently released emails and investigative reports on the origin of # COVID19 are shocking,” Sen said. Josh Howley, R-Mo., Tweeted Friday. “The time has come for Fassi to resign and for the full congressional inquiry into the origin of # COVID19 – and for any and all attempts to block a full reckoning.”
Howley was the first U.S. senator to call for Fossie to resign. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., Joined him on Saturday and called for the removal of President Biden Fossey following emails released this week. BuzzFeed.
“Dr. Anthony Fossie, director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, rejected the notion that the virus may have come from a laboratory. “During the campaign, Biden said, ‘I would choose science over fiction.’ Now he has the opportunity to make that promise better and remove Dr. Fossie. “
In emails published by Buzzfeed, one expert told Fuci in January that the COVID-19 virus could be artificially transmitted (the expert who later told him later changed his position); Fassi took seriously the possibility that his organization, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAIT), may have funded the “acquisition” of corona viruses at the Wuhan Laboratory; He was in contact with a person who sponsored the lab.
Fossil may be more than any other individual in the face of the government’s response to the corona virus infection.
But what he has changed over the years in the use of masks – he and other public health experts have said is simply based on changing science – and the general advocacy of error on the side of caution has upset many who thought the government was going too far in restricting freedoms in the name of public health.
Some members of the House of Representatives have called for Fossie to resign, at least since March. Even a group of House Republicans Introduced a bill to shoot him Last month.
But amid evidence that a laboratory leak was the least possible, Fossie dismissed it last year, with senators who had previously simply criticized Fossie pointing to a growing desire to remove the epidemiologist, and this is becoming a major current among Republicans.
“I do not question Dr. Fucci’s intentions – I believe they are classic – but I’m stunned by his arrogance,” Rubio wrote in a December edition slandering Fossie, in order to move the goals of what size vaccine herd would be equal to immunity.
In his Saturday open edition, Rubio openly questions the motives of the “elected bureaucrats”, including Fucci.
“Dr. Fassi has now disgracefully denied that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded operational benefit research on WIV, but it is a lie by omitting it,” Rubio wrote.
“What if they did some unpublished research on SARS-CoV-2? How do we know that the difference between the genetic structures of these two viruses, about four percent, was not created by functional gain research in WIV?” He said. “Such a possibility provides possible reasons why unselected bureaucrats in our scientific establishment immediately acted to discredit the laboratory leak interpretation.”
In recent days the White House has been plagued by fascism, with White House press secretary Jen Saki saying emails will not affect the president’s confidence in the NIAIT director. Fucci defended himself on Friday.
“The emails were deliberately and very badly taken from the environment, so they are very misleading,” he said. CNN. He further added that the GOP review was “insulting” and “slanderous”.
NIAIT did not respond to a request for comment on Rubio’s open version on Saturday.
Meanwhile, emails from House Republicans, who had already called for Fowzie to be ousted, are doubling their position.
“#FauciEmails have further clarified the need for #FireFauci. Representative Roy is proposing a bill to do so,” R-Texas Representative Chip Roy Press Office tweeted.
“It’s time for Americans to listen to other voices. Dr. Fossie has lost credibility.