(READ) Watchdog group sues for official private emails from senior Fauci advisor

The watchdog group Judicial Watch has filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit for Department of Health and Human Service (HHS) official emails from the personal email account of senior advisor to Dr. Anthony Fauci, Dr. David Morens.

Fauci served as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, and started at the position in 1984 .

The lawsuit was filed by Judicial Watch after NIAID, a division within National Institutes of Health and under the jurisdiction of HHS, failed to respond to an October 25, 2023, FOIA request for: “All work-related emails sent to and from NIAID Senior Advisor David Morens on non-government email accounts.”

The House Select Committee on the Coronavirus Pandemic on April 16, 2024, issued a subpoena to Morens, stating:

On June 29, 2023, the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic … requested information pertaining to your use of personal e-mail. In response to that request, you voluntarily participated in a transcribed interview on January 18, 2024, and produced a portion of the requested documents on November 20, 2023.

[T]he Chairman of the Committee on Oversight and Accountability has authorized the attached subpoena, compelling your production of certain documents and information by April 30, 2024.

Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-OH), chairman of the subcommittee, issued a press release regarding the subpoena, stating:

Recent whistleblower allegations revealed new, additional evidence that Dr. Morens intentionally used his personal email to hide conversations about the origins of Covid-19 and subvert federal transparency laws.

This past week, Morens testified at a Congressional hearing where Democrats and Republicans criticized selected emails that had been provided. They indicate Morens actively conspired to avoid Freedom of Information law and instructed others on how to do so.

He apologized but denied any ill intent.

Watch Morens’ testimony here.

Morens’s self-proclaimed “best friend” — the controversial EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak — released four document tranches that confirmed the whistleblower’s allegations. Daszak and his group used taxpayer money from Fauci’s organization and other government agencies to conduct dangerous gain of function research with China that is widely blamed for the Covid pandemic.

Fauci and Daszak were among those who tried to discredit the “lab origins” theory without disclosing their own role in funding the research.

On April 19, 2024, the committee released an email between Morens and EcoHealth President Daszak containing “confidential” information that Fauci had been briefed on regarding biosafety labs.

“This lawsuit for the hidden emails of a top Fauci adviser echoes the Hillary Clinton email scandal.”

Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch, President

As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton avoided oversight by using private devices, email account(s) and a private email server. Additionally, Clinton’s team deleted thousands of emails that were under active subpoena in the Benghazi scandal during which four Americans were murdered by Islamic extremist terrorists.

All of these information practices violated longstanding practices, rules, and in some instances, laws. However, Clinton was not held accountable.

Read more here.

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  1. This yet-to-be-convicted-felon had the cleverest “answers” when quetioned in the House about his previous lies and/or attempts to hide information, when he claimed that he was joking.

    That will probably be the new go-to answer for every person caught lying to Congress — “It was a joke. I’m sorry that you’re too stupid to get it.”

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