Sunday, June 6, 2021

MAJOR UPDATE: Totally Hilarious

Last time we spoke about virologist Kristian Andersen, who has a lab in La Jolla--aren't government grants cool?--we were talking about how very early on in the Covid Panic, January 31, 2020, he emailed Tony Fauci: "Hey, Tony baby, I thought I should tell you: 'Eddie, Bob, Mike, and myself all find the [Covid] genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.' 'Some of the features look (potentially) engineered.'" But then he had a change of heart and shortly thereafter wrote a paper saying, Totally Not Engineered! Totally Natural Origins! Death To Conspiracy Theorists, Especially Racist Ones!

Boy, that sure looked like somebody got to him. Something like: Hey, Kristian, about those government grants you've been getting?

What's he up to now? He's deleting tweets, and you can read all about it at ZeroHedge: Virologist Who Told Fauci SARS-CoV-2 'Potentially Engineered' Just Deleted 5,000 Tweets.

Lots of humorous tweets in the ZeroHedge post. I won't spoil the fun, but here's one I liked. FYI, Billy Bostickson is PR Secretary for RAGE UNIVERSITY and helps coordinate DRASTIC at DRASTIC is the group of indie researchers who uncovered so much about Covid origins:

Andersen wants people to believe this was the result of some auto-delete cleanup function. Yeah, right--the rest of the world is really that stupid! Fauci lied, people died, Kristian deleted his tweets. Something like that.

No doubt the Natural Origin Pope has lots to hide. But he's not alone. Things are getting (even more) interesting.

UPDATE: Ever wonder what the going price for scientific integrity is? There are some who would suggest that it's currently going for $1.88 million per year for five years:

Lab leak was never a conspiracy theory.

Denying lab leak outright, however, WAS an actual conspiracy.

The next day after you looped Andersen in this🧡to help dunk on Cotton's comments, he wrote to Fauci: "genome [was] inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory."
2 months later he reverses course and publishes his "Proximal Origin" paper, helping shield NIH/NIAID from potential probes into its GOF funding.

5 months after that, he gets $1.88 million in CREID funding, along with Daszak who gets $1.54 million more.…
In fact:
Supes weird that Kristian deleted his anti-lab-leak reply here after he saw my thread above. 🧐 πŸ€” 🀨 πŸ€”ImageImage

Isn't it great to see people having fun?


  1. I like this one:

    Kristian: “my Tweet deletions are all coincidences. Evidence is not consistent with man-made delete but with natural Twitter evolution. Twitter has so many random bugs and such complex code. It’s 100% a conspiracy theory that man-made delete is more likely than natural delete.”


  2. I love how the bad guys always self-identify: "people loved darkness instead of light because their deeds were evil." (John 3:19). Who is going to tell him that Twitter is not the dark web? πŸ˜‚ 🍿

  3. Chuckle, my memories of La Jolla is Blacks Beach.

    So sad that the liberalism there has resulted in totalitarianism because they prefer US government and China $$$ over freedom and intellectual thought and freedom.

    Well, that’s really the lesson, though.