As it turns out, both Fauci and Gates have definitive ties to Moderna, though a circulating video about their ties does contain false information. Fauci was never a CEO at Moderna, and Fauci and Gates were never college roommates. But both villains have financial ties to Moderna, a fact that USA Today intentionally ignored.
Interestingly, USA Today contradicted its own headline – "Fact check: Fauci, Gates, Epstein and Soros have no ties to drug company Moderna" – by admitting in the body of its article that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation "is listed as one of Moderna's collaborators."
Fauci, who heads up the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), is likewise connected to Moderna as "a co-reviewer of a vaccine platform" that the company "is working to improve." We also confirmed this.
The 2019 Shareholder Letter that admitted this also revealed – USA Today conveniently ignored this part, too – in its "Partnerships" section that Bill and Melinda Gates contributed to the $187 million in funding that was granted to Moderna to develop new drugs, which now includes new vaccines for the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).
"That both Fauci and Gates have close ties to Moderna is no secret," writes Jeremy R. Hammond on his blog. "Having encountered the headline in a news feed, I knew it was false and so did a quick Google search to document its falsity. It took about ten seconds to fact check USA Today's 'Fact Check.'"
Hammond goes on to explain that he was easily able to pull up information on Google showing that Fauci's NIAID, which is overseen by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is "funding the trial" of Moderna's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, which is slated to be part of President Trump's "Operation Warp Speed" mass vaccination program.
Not only are Fauci and his agency funding the development of Moderna's Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine, but they are also behind its development.
"NIAID scientists and their collaborators," it turns out, are directly responsible for the creation of the Moderna jab, its current clinical trials being "an important step" in the eventual release of "a safe and effective vaccine to prevent infection with SARS-CoV-2," according to Fauci.
Similarly, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has long been a "strategic collaborator" with the project, as it "entered a global health project framework agreement" with Fauci and the NIAID back in 2016.
The stated purpose of this partnership, which was formed a full four years before the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) came into existence, was "to advance mRNA-based development projects for various infectious diseases" – mRNA being the precise technology that Moderna is using to develop its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine.
In other words, the whole thing was planned well in advance, hence why we routinely refer to it as a plandemic rather than a pandemic.
As to be expected, USA Today's Chelsey Cox, who authored the aforementioned fake news article attempting to vindicate Fauci and Gates of all ties to Moderna, is doubling down on her article's lies. She reportedly told Hammond that her headline "reflects the analysis of the claim subject to fact-checking," meaning it will not be changed or retracted.
"The spread of misinformation is a serious problem in our society today," Hammond concludes. "The reality is that the greatest purveyors of misinformation are the government and mainstream media."
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