New Coronavirus Data Is Discrediting Dr. Fauci

As the Wuhan virus exploded around the world it reached Europe first, they are a few weeks ahead of us. Now that Europe has had some time to breathe what French scientists are beginning to learn is discrediting Dr. Fauci.

Scientists believe that the first known coronavirus patient accorded in mid-November, in China’s Hubei province. French scientists published results on Monday that showed a resident of a Paris suburb contracted the illness on Dec. 27th, four days before the Wuhan cluster was identified.

The Hill reports:

The French patient, a 42-year-old fishmonger, had not traveled outside of the country since visiting his native Algeria in August, a potential sign that the virus came to France in someone else even earlier. One of the man’s children had symptoms of a flu-like illness, raising the prospect that the child infected the father — and further back-dating the point at which the virus had spread to Europe.

The coronavirus also likely landed in the United States earlier than the first known American case, a man north of Seattle who traveled home from Wuhan in mid-January.

Medical officials in California’s Santa Clara County said last month that a woman who died at her home on Feb. 6 had the coronavirus. That woman had not traveled recently, suggesting she contracted the virus through contact with someone else who may have returned to the Bay Area from overseas.

Michael Osterholm, Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota said this doesn’t surprise him at all.

“It wouldn’t surprise me if it was here in December. There was so much connection between Wuhan and here, I’d be surprised if it wasn’t. The horse was long out of the barn before anybody thought to close the barn door.”

“Exponential spread in the early phases is not recognized, and the reason it’s not recognized is that it doesn’t always cause a disease like Ebola or severe pneumonia,” said Paul Sax, clinical director of the division of infectious diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. “This virus may have been circulating before we knew.”

If this turns out to be true then this contradicts several things we’ve heard from Dr. Fauci and several questions will need to be answered.

  1. If the virus has been here, then why the need for the lockdown?
  2. Was the flu bad this year? Or was the Coronavirus the true cause for most flu-related deaths this year?

We probably will never know and deep staters like Fauci will do everything they can to keep us from the real truth.

The Hill