New emails show scientists like Anthony Fauci and Francis Collins said a lab leak was "likely" early in the pandemic but hushed it up because "further debate would do harm to science"

Jan 12th

This is beyond scandalous.

As in, will be covered extensively by the history books.

If that sounds bad, it is.

Take a look at this quote from the article:

That, my friends, is quite damning in the literal sense of the word.

And yet I was told for two years that to doubt people like Francis Collins of the NIH made me a bad Christian.

Here was Collins:

I share your view that a swift convening of experts in a confidence-inspiring framework is needed or the voices of conspiracy will quickly dominate, doing great potential harm to science and international harmony.

Hoo boy.

So to shut down the conspiracy theorists (AKA anyone who thought differently than their enlightened minds), they pushed to shut down the conversation, use governments as their personal goon squads to do their will, and silence anyone who had a different opinion about anything??

Yeah, that really shut down the conspiracy theories, guys! Good job!

Here's a bunch more details about the leaked emails between various top scientists.

One more choice quote:

To bring it back to a spiritual focus, as some of us suspected all along, Francis and "Tony" and all their ilk have actually represented the prideful spirit of the Pharaoh who opposed Moses (and more importantly, God), and the depravity of Egypt that God repeatedly told his people to avoid.

I'm reminded of this clip from the classic Prince of Egypt film that nails that haughty spirit on the head:

"For the greater good..." said the men who justified their sin through high-minded thought exercises.

This all, of course, follows the reporting from Project Veritas this week:

I'm not sure the tyrants who imposed this madness on us have anywhere left to go except trying to shout "racism!" at the top of their lungs again.


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