gain of function


(RepublicanWire.org) – The immunologist Anthony Fauci has accepted to work informally as strategic adviser to Rino Rappuoli, scientific director of the Siena Biotechnopolo, an institution founded by the ministries of University, Health, Economy and Economic Development with the aim of dedicating applied research in biotechnology and life sciences.

The Italian bio lab, Biotecnopolo, markets itself as a cutting-edge “anti-pandemic” research facility.

The Foundation aims to promote and develop applied research and innovation in the field of biotechnology, in the field of life sciences, also for the purpose of combating pandemics.
It carries out functions of promotion and coordination of study, research, technical-scientific development and technology transfer activities and innovative processes for the purpose of combating pandemics. The Foundation also performs the functions of anti-pandemic hub through the “National Anti-Pandemic Center-CNAP.”

It is unclear why Anthony Fauci would head off to an Italian bio lab to continue his legacy of support for dangerous “anti-pandemic” research of the type he funded at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China through his colleague’s “nonprofit” Ecohealth Alliance.

After all, the U.S. has bio labs scattered across the globe.

What we do know is that Fauci and the NIH have a history of exporting dangerous research abroad that is otherwise illegal in the United States.

In 2014, the U.S. government banned gain-of-function research in Chapel Hill, N.C. on the grounds that it was too dangerous. Instead of giving up the project, Anthony Fauci facilitated the export of the operation through grant making to the Wuhan Institute of Virology.

A “novel coronavirus,” as it was known then, appeared on the scene in Wuhan in the fall of 2019 — coincidentally, the Public Health™ authorities would have you believe, adjacent to the site of Fauci-funded gain-of-function research on coronavirus pathogenicity.

Anthony Fauci should not be permitted to gallivant about the globe, overseeing shady “anti-pandemic” research (which probably means “gain-of-function”), after we saw how his last  scheme turned out.