Elon Musk Responds after Health Official Makes Bombshell Admission: ‘Prosecute/Fauci’

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Elon Musk Responds after Health Official Makes Bombshell Admission: ‘Prosecute/Fauci’  gain-of-function

X boss Elon Musk has reignited his calls for Dr. Anthony Fauci to face charges for his role in the origins of Covid and his actions during the pandemic.

Musk was responding after the National Institutes of Health (NIH) principal deputy director Lawrence Tabak admitted to Congress that the agency funded dangerous gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

Gain-of-function research is illegal in America due to the immense risks to public safety.

However, health officials, including Fauci, have repeatedly attempted to twist the definition of gain-of-function in the wake of the Covid pandemic.

During testimony this week, Tabak admitted that NIH funded what would be considered “the generic term” of gain-of-function research in the Wuhan lab – the suspected source of the Covid outbreak.

Tabak also confirmed the involvement through the EcoHealth Alliance.

“If you’re speaking about the generic term, yes, we did [fund gain-of-function research],” Tabak told congressional lawmakers.

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In response, the New York Post blasted Fauci’s “sick lies” in a front-page article.

In its newspaper, the Post ran with the headline:

SICK LIES: After Years of Falsehoods, health official ADMITS US funded dangerous virus research at China’s COVID Lab.”

In a post on X, Musk shared the front page story and said simply: “Prosecute/Fauci.”

The comment from Musk is a reference to his previous calls.

As We reported at the time, the X owner provoked outrage from Fauci, the corporate media, and the woke Left when he took to the social media platform in December 2022 to declare:

“My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”

This admission from Tabak follows years of evasive answers from federal health officials, including Fauci, about funding such controversial research.

Dr. Bryce Nickels, a professor of genetics at Rutgers University, criticized the NIH’s communication as obfuscating and avoiding accountability.

“Tabak was engaging in the usual obfuscation and semantic manipulation that is so frustrating and pointless,” Nickels said.

The NIH has come under scrutiny for removing gain-of-function research definitions from its website amid debates on its research funding in Wuhan, raising concerns about its transparency and accountability.

In response to these issues, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently barred the Wuhan Institute from receiving federal grants for ten years.

HHS also pulled all funding from EcoHealth Alliance for three years.

EcoHealth Alliance’s president, Dr. Peter Daszak, testified that his organization did not engage in gain-of-function research, contradicting previous statements and evidence.

In previous communications and hearings, it was revealed that experiments funded by the NIH at the Wuhan lab increased the infectiousness of bat coronaviruses significantly.

Tabak revealed that EcoHealth “failed to report” the bat coronaviruses modified with SARS and MERS viruses had been made 10,000 times more infectious, in violation of its NIH grant terms.

“Fauci is scheduled to answer questions about the gain-of-function research at the Wuhan lab and theories of the origin of the pandemic in a public subcommittee hearing set for June 3,” The Post noted.