(For Those Who Say I Just Don’t Get It…Get This)

In the early days (circa January 2020) the idea that a deadly virus could up-heave the entire global supply chain was something no one gave a second thought, never-mind, seriously considered possible. That is, except for yours truly.

Subscribers of the MYTR Broadcast™ can attest that I was one of very, very few arguing about the possible ramifications to the global supply chains (this was when Wuhan, China, alone, went into sudden lock-down on Jan 23rd) resulting from locking down this crucial supply hub. But also, I systematically laid out an assertion as to a possible reasoning to not only why this was more aptly to be an engineered virus, but also, the possible aspects of the how or why it may have “leaked” from a lab, rather, than the narrative being rendered across the media. i.e., bat to man transmission via a wet-market in close proximity to the lab.

Since that time the idea of it being an “engineered” virus alone has not only been shunned via the media, but, many rather prominent doctors across the world that specialize in the field have found themselves suddenly silenced, shadow banned, or worse – fired from their positions. Only one doctor has been elevated to deity status pertaining to this subject. That is, of course, the now ubiquitous Anthony Fauci. And, stating anything contrary to the “Good Dr.” has left one, oh, let’s say, “in hot soup.” (I’ve asserted he proved himself to be nothing more than a political hack in the way he handled his “transition” to the new administration. But I digress.)

Now, suddenly, it appears it is the “Good Dr.” that is finding himself in a bit of what one may call “hot soup.”

It appears more and more people are now coming to the conclusion that, indeed, the Corona Virus was engineered in a Wuhan lab, and – leaked out.

Can you say “Uh, Oh?”

Not only has the former CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield now asserted this, quote:

“I do not believe this somehow came from a bat to a human,” said Redfield. “Normally, when a pathogen goes from a zoo not to human, it takes a while for it to figure out how to become more & more efficient in human to human transmission.”

Now, so is CNN™ Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta. To wit:

“He’s an experienced virologist. He was also head of the CDC at the time this was happening, which means that in addition to everything that we know, he had access to raw data and raw intelligence that was coming out of China,” Gupta told Mediaite’s “The Interview” podcast.

Here’s why the above is so crucial to Dr. Fauci…

The only reason why Dr. Fauci has been able to sidestep any and all “fact checking” as to whether money ($3.4Million reported) his affiliations via the NAID through EcoHealth has had anything to do with why there is a virus to begin with that shut the entire global economy down and house-jailed its population is for one reason, and one reason only…

Here’s the verbatim fact check dismissal. To wit:

Antony Fauci did not bypass any rules in granting funds to EcoHealth Alliance. Moreover, there is no proof that the virus originated in the lab. Also, there is no proof for claims that EcoHealth grant was involved in gain-of-function research.

“Fact Check: Did Anthony Fauci Fund Bat Research In Wuhan Lab By Bypasssing Rules?” International Business Times™, April 6, 2021

Hint: Line two is all that matters – for it makes line one and three moot.

Since I was one of the first to not only ponder the above, but more importantly, have stuck to my original thesis, which so happens now, over a year later, being proved correct. I would like to offer a follow up…

I believe, before this year ends, that the now “Teflon® smocked doctor” will find himself under a wave of allegations of scandal and become one of the most reviled people in a generation if not longer.

As always, we shall see. But, when you lose CNN, his now go-to home for face-time?

He may have already lost the PR war before it even begins.

© 2021 Mark St.Cyr

Footnote: These “FTWSIJDGIGT” articles came into being when many of the topics I had opined on over the years were being openly criticized for “having no clue”. Yet, over the years, these insights came back around showing maybe I knew a little bit more than some were giving me credit for. It was my way of tongue-in-cheek as to not use the old “I told you so” analogy. I’m saying this purely for the benefit of those who may be new or reading here for the first time. I never wanted or want to seem like I’m doing the “Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah” type of response to my detractors. I’d rather let the chips fall – good or bad – and let readers decide the credibility of either side. Occasionally however, there are and have been times they do need to be pointed out, which is why these now have taken on a life of their own. (i.e., something of significance per se that may have a direct impact on one’s business etc., etc.) And readers, colleagues, and others have requested their continuance.