Fauci and others used burner phones to cover up Covid tracks covering pic.twitter.com/wBfgiIph6l
— lets GO brandon ???✝️?? (@MicheleRach12) February 7, 2022
Their purpose was “to cover their tracks” as they were “actively managing the scientific press,” Malone said.
The revelation came from a 2021 book published by “the UK’s Anthony Fauci,” Sir Jeremy James Farrar, director of Wellcome Trust and former professor of medicine at the University of Oxford.
The book makes clear that Farrar, Fauci, and Collins, among many others, were all aware of plausible theories suggesting that COVID either leaked from a lab or was deliberately released.
“During that period, I would do things I had never done before: acquire a burner phone, hold clandestine meetings, keep difficult secrets,” Farrar wrote in Spike: The Virus vs. The People – the Inside Story, according to an excerpt posted by Red Voice Media.
“In the last week of January 2020, I saw email chatter from scientists in the US suggesting the virus looked almost engineered to infect human cells,” Farrar reported.
“These were credible scientists proposing an incredible, and terrifying, the possibility of either an accidental leak from a laboratory or a deliberate release,” he continued.
Malone’s commentary follows the publication in January by Oversight Committee Republicans of emails between Farrar, Collins, Fauci, and many other scientists that discuss a lab leak as a “likely explanation” of the COVID pandemic.
We’ve released never before seen emails showing Dr. Fauci may have concealed information about #COVID19 originating from the Wuhan lab & intentionally downplayed the lab leak theory. @RepJamesComer & @Jim_Jordan want Fauci under oath. Time for answers. 1/2? pic.twitter.com/p8aIBJ3nom
— Oversight Committee Republicans (@GOPoversight) January 11, 2022
In one of those emails, US virus researcher Kristian Andersen wrote that “one has to look really closely at all the sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.”