Former President Donald Trump plans to take Anthony Fauci before the U.S. presidential commission as part of a larger effort to hold China and its allies accountable for the pandemic, according to The Australian.
Trump’s team, led by adviser Peter Navarro, went so far as to draft a executive order and gathering a legislative reparations, even though advanced plans were rejected at the last minute after Trump’s always helpful advisers (particularly Larry Kudlow) mentioned him, according to an upcoming book on the origins of COVID-19, What Really Happened in Wuhan.
Mr. Trump was “enthusiastic” about creating a presidential commission similar to the one that perpetrated the 9/11 terrorism attacks and the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
A White House executive order was elected in August 2020 stating: -19 already established. ” –The Australian
The executive order is the brainchild of adviser Peter Navaro, and has the support of Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Trump wants Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) to lead the commission, in line with the draft Executive Order, while Pompeo’s senior policy adviser Mary Kissell and Chinese adviser Miles Yu are set to act as co- chair and vice co-chair or executive director.
The geopolitics sessions and a general from Fort Detrick – home to the U.S. biological defense program in Maryland, will run the virology section of the inquiry – where Take Fauci to explain how he funded risky coronavirus research in Wuhan. Peter Daszak, head of the nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance (which has received millions in funding from FIHci’s NIH) will be killed by the missing WIV virus database, among others.
Other revelations from the book include:
- President Biden dismissed the State Department’s efforts through the Arms, Control, Verification and Compliance Unit to formally address China in Geneva about covering up the rapidly spreading virus, as well. alleged violation of biological weapons at the Wuhan lab.
- U.S. officials suspect China developed a vaccine prior to the COVID-19 insertion in a “sensitive but unclassified” internal report.
- US intelligence agencies sought advice from conflicting Daszak and Ralph Baric whether the virus has a ‘natural origin’ or a laboratory origin. Daszak and Barick (at the University of North Carolina) both have a long history of working with bat researchers at the Wuhan Institute of virology, and insisted that the virus could only come out through natural origin. As a result, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence published a statement saying it could not be done in person.
According to the book, the executive order states that the commission is tasked with investigating “the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic; the economic, political social, humanitarian, and other costs of disease brought to the United States; and whether the People’s Republic of China or the Chinese Communist Party used the pandemic to advance their own economic, geopolitical, military, or territorial agenda, ”and would value a bill to be sent to Beijing“ to get any damages as well as all costs are estimated. “
Clicking HERE to read the executive order.
Such a commission, determined to hold the Communist Party accountable and ask it to pay the costs of economic and human damage from the pandemic, explosive would have been, and significant changes have already hampered China-US relations. Mr. Yu had a White House office set up to run the commission and Mr. Navarro said, “We are almost to the finish line”.
but the presidential commission was assassinated during a meeting in the Oval Office where Mr. Trump’s economic advisers fiercely argued against it.
Other officials were concerned that the commission would be seen as a political maneuver with the November election looming and ridiculed by the media.
A senior White House official said: “It’s a very good idea, it’s only been floating around.”
“It would look very political, and (we) tried very hard, to exclude the China issue.. ”-Astralia
“A question like that is really the right thing but it is almost impossible for President Trump to appoint a commission that looks like a bipartisan,” as a senior Trump official, added. “People are crazy on the left. I don’t think the rest will participate in it.”
According to Navarro, the killing plan was a mistake. “They’re all apologists in China,” he said, adding that “(National Economic Council Director Larry) Kidlow is a fool, Deaf. You can quote me on that.”
“That was the biggest sadness of my four years in the White House. I worked hard to earn that commission.
“We have a presidential commission for Pearl Harbor, for the BP oil spill and for Kennedy’s assassination. We need one of the coronavirus sources as well.”
Read the rest of the report HERE.
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