In short, it describes why Dr. Fauci reacted so quickly & intensely to the publication of a single pre-print [not yet peer reviewed] scientific article that announced the discovery of several tiny HIV-like inserts on the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein.
The purpose of the inserts was to provide a target for a highly effective peptide fusion inhibitor - one which the Wuhan Institute of Virology already had [although in March 2020 they announced the discovery of an even better one].
Dr. Fauci suppressed all discussion of that paper. He also never called for such drugs to be implemented for prophylactic/treatment use here in the US - even though we invented them. More precisely, one of the 5 ‘Proximal Origin” authors [Robert Garry] had co-invented the 1st SARS version of that class of drug.
There’s a lot more. My purpose in sending out this little message was mostly to explain that the reason I paused the miniseries was because I discovered proof that cemented arguments that were to be made in the final 3 chapters.
I published a copy on ResearchGate so that it would have a DOI number; I did so to ensure that it would be harder to erase from the internet. If that sounds extreme, it’s because it should - the level of censorship I’ve witnessed while investigating the origin of COVID-19 is disturbing.
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