Fauci’s Top Aide Nailed

(DailyEmailNews.com) – Ramping up their investigation, the Housе Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic is gearing up to issue a subpoena to Dr. David Morens, a senior advisor to Dr. Anthony Fauci at thе National Institutes of Health (NIH).

This move seeks to bring Morens to testify in a public hearing scheduled for May 22.

Subcommitteе chairman Republican Representativе Brad Wenstrup of Ohio is sending the subpoena after it was revealed that Morens may have interfered with investigations into thе origins of COVID-19 to protect Fauci.

Evidence indicates that in Junе 2023, Morens opted to use his personal email rather than his official work account in an effort to bypass Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.

This letter also raises concerns about Morens’ potential destruction of federal records.

The NIH put Morens on administrative leave after the Subcommittee notified it of possible violations of federal records laws.

Although NIH began an internal investigation into these actions, the findings were not disclosed to Congress or the public.

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) barred Morens from discussing COVID-19 origins during a scheduled December 2023 interview.

Nevertheless, Morens participated in another transcribed interview in January 2024 after Wenstrup doubled down on his efforts to access Morens’ personal emails.

In April 2024, Wenstrup issued the first subpoena, which forced Morens to produce documents from his personal email concerning COVID-19’s origins.

In these documents, EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak referred to Morens as his “best-friend” and detailed strategies to delay cooperation with Congressional investigations.

In a statement, the Subcommittee said it was frustrated with Morens’ and his counsel’s tactics, which seem designed to delay his testimony until after Fauci’s scheduled hearing on June 3, 2024.

This has been perceived as an attempt to protect Fauci and obstruct the investigation.

“The Select Subcommittee requires further testimony on these new documents and the reason you failed to previously produce them.” Wenstrup stated, “The Select Subcommittee had hoped to engage in good faith negotiations to accommodate your schedule and avoid compulsory process.”

“However, your unwillingness to seriously cooperate with our requests, negotiate a reasonable date, and produce all the responsive documents in your possession has unreasonably delayed our investigation. Your apparently improper attempts to hinder the Select Subcommittee’s investigation are unacceptable and will not be tolerated,” he concluded.

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