Facebook Calls Report on Dr. Fauci Funding Wuhan Coronavirus Experiments ‘Partly False’ Based on Unrelated Information

Last week, Big League Politics reported on the astounding revelations that Dr. Anthony Fauci through his National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) funded coronavirus studies in bats at the Wuhan Institute of Virology shortly before the pandemic shook the world:

The National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which Dr. Fauci has served as director since 1984, supported the grant approved by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to the Wuhan Institute shortly after another $3.7 million project expired after four years. This means that the federal bureaucracy subsidized this sort of mad scientific research in China to the tune of $7.4 million!

Scientists have blown the whistle on this type of research for its extreme danger. It involves laboratory work manipulating viruses to discover exactly how they can spread to humans. Critics have long argued that studies such as those supported by Dr. Fauci create a serious risk for causing a pandemic, and their fears may have been realized with coronavirus…

In their response to Newsweek, the NIH downplayed the possibility that their funding could have caused the entire coronavirus pandemic.

“Most emerging human viruses come from wildlife, and these represent a significant threat to public health and biosecurity in the US and globally, as demonstrated by the SARS epidemic of 2002-03, and the current COVID-19 pandemic…. scientific research indicates that there is no evidence that suggests the virus was created in a laboratory,” they said.

However, their denials are becoming less and less plausible as more information enters into the mainstream. An independent, non-biased investigation is needed post haste into the origins of the coronavirus that is not tainted by Chinese or deep state influence.

This news was reported widely with Newsweek, a mainstream outlet, initially breaking the story. The report has greatly damaged the narrative pushed by the establishment that the public must listen to the infallible expert class of government-funded scientists. The news indicates that it could have been these scientists who fueled the coronavirus pandemic with their heinously unethical research.

This is why the Orwellian truth commission at Facebook is painting the report as “partly false” to cast doubt on the findings. To perform this sleight of hand, Facebook is fact checking unrelated claims that were not made in the article. Facebook is linking to a fact check article that does not even pertain to the news of Fauci funding coronavirus research in Wuhan.

Facebook references to a fact check from USA Today, which claims accurately that “Obama administration did not send $3.7 million to Wuhan lab.” The only problem is that claim was not made in the Newsweek article, the Big League Politics article, and many other articles referencing the NIAID payout for coronavirus experiments in bats.

The USA Today fact check article mainly referenced claims that were made on various social media platforms by random accounts. Facebook tied the fact check to the Newsweek article and is now sending warnings to pages sharing the article that it is “partly false” even though the USA Today article never references it a single time. The fact check actually confirms that the U.S. did fund coronavirus research in Wuhan, China shortly before the pandemic broke out.

Here is the message that Facebook is sending to pages, warning them that they could be blacklisted on the platform and demonetized for sharing the article:

Facebook’s dishonest and immoral business practices could result in the loss of their privileges under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which prevents their victims from filing civil suits against them.

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