Emails between Fauci and China’s CDC director reveal a rather cozy relationship


Just when everyone thought there couldn’t be anything else Dr. Anthony Fauci could possibly mess up or lie about new information surfaces.

Fauci has become a laughingstock, and his continued flip-flopping on the “science” behind the coronavirus has proven he is nothing more than a mouthpiece for the Left.

And now emails between Fauci and China’s CDC director have revealed a rather cozy relationship.

The Democrat-controlled media has spent the last year screaming that any story linking the coronavirus to a possible Wuhan lab leak is patently false and nothing more than crazy speak from Trump supporters.

But after increased pressure from members of Congress and even some in the White House, Fauci was finally forced to admit that it is possible that the virus could have come from a lab leak in Wuhan.

In typical fashion, the media did an about-face and is now on board with this new theory.

Some outlets like The Washington Post have gone as far as editing headlines from 15 months ago that called the idea false.

Fauci’s sudden change in tone on the issue is just one in a laundry list of things he’s changed his mind on over the last year.

Now the world is learning that Fauci has had a very friendly relationship with the CDC director in none other than China.

Many are starting to scratch their heads, wondering what exactly is going on here.

In emails obtained by The Washington Post from March of 2020, Fauci is very clearly communicating with George Gao, director of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and the emails seem to imply they have a lengthy history.

Gao actually apologized to Fauci in a March 28, 2020 email for saying the U.S. and other countries were making a “big mistake” by not encouraging people to wear masks from the onset of the pandemic.

“How could I say such a word ‘big mistake’ about others? That was journalist’s wording. Hope you understand,” Gao wrote Fauci. “Let’s work together to get the virus out of the earth.”

“I understand completely. No problem. We will get through this together,” Fauci replied.

This correspondence came at the exact same time as President Trump’s condemnation and blaming of China for the virus, but the former President was widely panned for those statements, and never once did Fauci let on that he was communicating with China’s CDC director.

Gao reached out to Fauci again in April of 2020 with concern over how Fauci was handling “being attacked by some” for his handling of the pandemic.

Three days later, Fauci replied to his friend, saying, “All is well despite some crazy people in this world.”

There is no doubt Fauci has been hiding something from the very beginning of the pandemic, and the information is finally beginning to leak out.

This exchange was only a tiny part of the 866 pages of Fauci’s emails from March and April of 2020 that WaPo obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.

In those months, Fauci also corresponded with an executive at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a medical director of the National Football League Players Association, and documentary filmmakers working on a Disney-backed documentary film about him.

Even some on the Left seem genuinely surprised by many of these new revelations.

Recently, the Senate unanimously approved a bill to require the federal government to declassify information about any links between China’s Wuhan Institute of Virology and COVID-19 following reporting by the Wall Street Journal that three researchers at the lab were hospitalized with COVID-like symptoms in November 2019.

Only time and a lot of digging will unearth what was really behind the COVID-19 pandemic, but it appears lawmakers are at least in agreement that further investigation needs to happen.

As for Fauci, his days as a high-level government employee may be numbered, especially now that the Democrat-controlled media is finally starting to ask questions.

Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.