Rand Paul’s perseverance and patience seem to have paid off, as the Kentucky senator took yet another victory lap through the mainstream media this week, according to reports.

Earlier this week, Rand Paul reacted angrily to snot-nosed journalists’ who had previously insulted him for stating that those who had already received the Covid vaccination should not be compelled to get the vaccine again.

Paul predicted that their natural antibodies would be more effective than the vaccine—and Yale University research revealed that Paul was accurate in his prediction.

New research from the website The Intercept has unearthed several emails and other correspondences that allegedly reveal Dr. Anthany Fauci, the so-called pandemic specialist, has lied on numerous occasions. Previously, Paul accused Fauci of lying about the use of US money in the Wuhan lab’s ‘gain of function’ study, which he said was a fabrication.

Paul informed legislators that he had information from within Intel that showed Fauci lied when he said that funds had never been given to China to assist gain of function studies.

When Paul revealed the existence of his Intel in June, the media sneered and laughed at him. He even challenged Fauci at the hearing that took place last summer. In response, Fauci replied, “You are insinuating that what we did resulted in the deaths of persons.” He pointed a finger at Paul during the session. “I completely reject that, and if anybody is lying here, senator, it is you.” “If anyone is lying here, senator, it is you.”

However, according to a story published by The Intercept, the United States government injected $3.1 million into the American health nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance to support bat coronavirus research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Paul seems to have had the last laugh once again (WIV).


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As reported in the article, the WIV spent over $600,000 of the federal funds to help locate and modify bat coronaviruses that may infect people if they were to come into contact with them.

Additionally, the records indicated that experimental research on genetically altered mice with human cell receptors was carried out at the Wuhan University Center for Animal Experiment, rather than the Wuhan Institute of Technology (WIV), as had previously been assumed.

Upon being questioned about the accusations that Fauci may face for lying, Paul said that “it’s a crime punishable by five years in prison.” We’ve sent it on to the Department of Justice for review.

The Department of Justice, under the leadership of Vice President Joe Biden, is unlikely to take any action, but it is quite dangerous when public officials in whom we place our faith come and lie to us, as Biden has done on hundreds of occasions.”

According to Paul, “Usually, he tells us that it’s for our own benefit, but yeah, he has dissembled, he has obfuscated—there are other prettier words—but yes, he has lied to the American people and he should be held accountable, but not just for that.”

“The conclusion that we should continue to subsidize this facility and—that the virus very certainly originated in the lab.” “I believe that is such tremendously terrible judgment that he should be removed from his position immediately,” Paul said.


Rutgers University chemical biology professor Richard Ebright wrote in a Tuesday Twitter thread that the documents “make it clear that assertions by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Director Francis Collins and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci that the NIH did not support gain-of-function research or potential pandemic pathogen enhancement at WIV are untrue.”

Paul is serious about having Fauci removed from his position and is organizing a movement to do it. Fauci may still be subjected to criminal prosecution, which is another avenue that Paul wants to pursue.