Covid memo details allegations of illegal activity by Fauci’s senior scientific advisor

The Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic has released a staff memorandum titled “Allegations of Wrongdoing and Illegal Activity by Dr. David Morens, Senior Advisor to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases former-Director, Dr. Anthony Fauci.

This memo presents what the committee calls overwhelming evidence from Morens’s own email admitting that he engaged in what amount to serious misconduct and potentially illegal actions while serving as a senior advisor to Fauci during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Included in the memo is previously unreleased email correspondence, obtained by a subpoena, that incriminates Morens who, the committee says, undermined the operations of the government, unlawfully deleted federal Covid-19 records, used a personal email to avoid the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA), and repeatedly acted unbecoming of a federal employee.

Further, the memo reveals new emails suggesting Fauci was aware of Morens’s nefarious behavior and may have even engaged in federal records violations himself.  

Morens testified to Congress this week and apologized for his actions and the tone of his emails but denied he was trying to engage in any sort of cover up. Both Democrats and Republicans criticized him and his behavior.

Email evidence suggests Fauci used his personal email to conduct official business. The committee says this raises serious questions as to whether Fauci took part in a conspiracy at the highest levels of NIH to hide official records related to the origins of Covid-19.

For several decades, there have been scandals with various government officials, including then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, using personal emails and/or avoiding FOI. Others, such as former Attorney General Eric Holder, used numerous aliases. Few if any officials have been held accountable for their alleged improper activities.

Read the memo here, which includes email excerpts.

View all the underlying evidence provided by the committee here

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