FOIA Release: Fauci Funded Construction Of ‘Chimeric Coronaviruses’ In Wuhan

When Dr. Anthony Fauci confidently screamed at Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in July – calling him a liar for accusing him of funding so-called “Gain-of-Function” (GoF) research in Wuhan, China to make coronaviruses more transmissible to humans, the argument ultimately faded due to Fauci’s unsupported claim that the research didn’t technically fit the definition of GoF.

Now, thanks to materials (here and here) released through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health (which were unredacted enough to toss Fauci under the bus), we now know that Fauci-funded EcoHealth Alliance, a New York-based nonprofit headed by Peter Daszak, was absolutely engaged in gain-of-function research to make chimeric SARS-based coronaviruses, which they confirmed could infect human cells.

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FOIA Release Proves US Funded Research of “Bat Coronaviruses Likely to Infect Humans” in Wuhan

When Dr. Anthony Fauci confidently screamed at Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) in July – calling him a liar for accusing him of funding so-called “Gain-of-Function” (GoF) research in Wuhan, China to make coronaviruses more transmissible to humans, the argument ultimately faded due to Fauci’s unsupported claim that the research didn’t technically fit the definition of GoF.

Now, thanks to materials (here and here) released through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit by The Intercept against the National Institutes of Health (which were unredacted enough to toss Fauci under the bus), we now know that Fauci-funded EcoHealth Alliance, a New York-based nonprofit headed by Peter Daszak, was absolutely engaged in gain-of-function research to make chimeric SARS-based coronaviruses, which they confirmed could infect human cells.

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The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) “Behavioral Modification” Collection

The below archive is connected with YEARS worth or research in connection with the MKULTRA CIA Collection.  After years of having a 4 CD-ROM set archived, one researcher by the name of Oscar Diggs, went through and painstakingly put together a list of “missing” documents that were said to be on the CD’s, but were not.

I was given this list by Mr. Diggs in 2016. That began a near 3 year struggle with the CIA just to prove that list was accurate, let alone, getting a copy of the missing pages. Through the course of months that stretched to years, it ultimately took a 97 page fax to the CIA, with an index of every single file on the CD’s, to prove what I was asking for. The CIA had claimed they would give me the documents for FREE, since I already paid for the MKULTRA/Mind Control collection, and was told those documents were on the CD’s.

After proving it — the CIA’s story changed. They then said they were not clear, and the documents I asked for were NOT on the CD’s, and I had to pay for them. When I asked why, they said they were not on “mind control” or “MKULTRA”, but rather, were about “Behavioral Modification.”  I was denied a fee waiver, and was told that I would need to purchase 4,358 pages of documents, which comprised what I had asked for of the “missing” document numbers.

Through the graciousness of the internet, I was able to secure the money, and I wrote the check. After two months of waiting, my check was returned, and the CIA said by letter that the 4,358 was actually 2,316. With this letter, was 800 pages of MKULTRA material that I was never given on the CD’s. Therefore, it appeared, that I was actually correct pushing for records, but for more than two years, the CIA would not believe me.

My check was returned, and the CIA said if I was still interested in the 2,316 remaining pages, that I had to cut a new, lesser amount, check, as if I would lose interest somehow. Of course, I cut the new check, but what happened to the page count? How did so many pages disappear and vanish?  This all means that at least 1,245 pages of MKULTRA / Mind Control / Behavioral Modification documents just vanished from their original quote to me. What I can’t deduce from the CIA’s letter is if these 797 pages released were a part of that original quote, so the number of missing pages could be closer to 2,000!

Regardless of what the answer is, I finally got the remaining documents. As I know they are all digitized CIA, and I requested they be given electronically, the CIA ignored that request and printed out the thousands of pages that you will find linked below. So, I had to sit down, remove the staples and alligator clips, and begin scanning. Once completed, I went through each document and offered a date (if readable/available) file size, and a brief description. This is not meant to be a “complete” index, as the documents many times go into greater detail than my brief description. But, I do hope it offers a starting point.

Additional Note: The CIA claimed the remaining 2,316 pages were NOT related to MKULTRA, which is why I had to pay for them. However, document C00017440, was 821 pages entirely on MKULTRA. That consists of more than $80 of the fees I had to pay! Although possibly an oversight, this was the absolute icing on the frustration cake that has endured for years. 

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Judicial Watch files open records request asking USPS to disclose social media monitoring documents

Judicial Watch Announced Monday that it filed an open records request against the United States Postal Service, asking the organization to produce documents on its alleged tracking of social media posts regarding protests.

The conservative judicial watchdog group originally filed the suit on April 28 through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. The group asked for all documents related to the tracking and collecting of Americans’ social media posts through its Internet Covert Operations Program, according to The Epoch Times.

The FOIA is specifically looking for communication records between the USPS and the Federal Bureau of Investigation or the Department of Homeland Security from Jan.1, 2020. 

“Did the Biden administration weaponize the United States Postal Service to improperly spy on Americans?” Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton asked in a statement Monday.

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Attorney Ty Clevenger Trying to Get to the Bottom of Seth Rich Murder Receives FOIA Response from FBI Stating It Will Take Decades to Provide All the Related Documents

Attorney Ty Clevenger has been trying for years to get to the bottom of Seth Rich’s death and the Deep State FBI’s actions in response to it.  Yesterday the FBI responded to his recent FOIA request and Clevenger believes based on the response it will be decades until all the requested records are released.

This is your FBI in action.  Ty Clevenger has been trying to get all the records the FBI has surrounding the death of former DNC employee Seth Rich.  Rich was gunned down at 4am in Washington DC in the summer of 2016.  Many people believe Rich was murdered because he released emails to WikiLeaks related to Hillary Clinton.  However, Rich’s case was classified as a robbery.

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NSA Reveals in FOIA Response that the FBI Involved in “Improper Surveillance” of 16,000 Americans

Then on January 6, after one million Trump supporters rallied with President Trump at the Ellipse outside the White House, some 900 individuals went inside the US Capitol. Over 400 have since been arrested, including those who were waved into the US Capitol by the police standing at the exits.

Since January, the Deep State and Democrats will not release videotapes to Republican lawmakers from January 6th inside or outside the US Capitol.

Earlier this week Revolver News published an important piece on the “unindicted co-conspirators” in the Jan. 6 attack who were never charged by the DOJ or FBI for their part in the violence on Jan. 6.

The “unindicted co-conspirators” were frequently the most violent and leaders of the assault on the US Capitol. They are also likely FBI informants.

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CDC Gives Out False Information Then Circles the Wagons

The CDC has refused to release the contact information for its chief FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) officer after two of its FOIA analysts were caught giving out false information on one FOIA and declining to fulfill another.

The initial FOIA, filed in February of 2020, asked for a racial breakdown of Covid deaths. After some online hemming and hawing, the CDC analyst told this reporter that the CDC had not accumulated this data at that time.

As it eventuated, the CDC had in fact published the data the week prior to this communication. Both CDC analyst Paula Thomas and her workstream leader, Carolyn Opkewho, promoted the false response.

After being informed that the CDC had indeed published the data, the CDC subsequently released it to this reporter.

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The Pentagon Just Admitted to ‘Testing’ UFO Wreckage. Here’s What They Have Discovered

Pentagon, the USA’s Defence Department’s headquarters have admitted to testing wreckage they gathered from UFO crashes, researcher and author Anthony Bragalia has said. Bragalia had written to the US Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request over three years ago

Bragalia said that the DIA let out 154-page test results regarding a mysterious “memory” metal called Nitinol which can remember its original shape when folded. Bragalia revealed in his blog the UFO Explorations that “A stunning admission by the US government that it possesses UFO debris was recently made in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request filed over three years ago by this author.” His blog also mentions that “some of these futuristic materials have the potential to make things invisible.”

Bragalia said that “although much of the reports’ details are redacted, what can be gleaned is that these technologies represent a literal quantum leap beyond the properties of all existing material known to man.” He also added that in the pages he received, there have been repeated mentions of ‘advanced technology reports’ surrounding Nitinol, described as a shape recovery alloy. The Nitinol had similar properties to the ‘memory metal’ found near the Roswell, New Mexico, UFO crash site of 1947.

The revealed documents have also said that the Pentagon was trying to test whether the metal Nitinol could be integrated into the human body for health purposes or not.

The Pentagon’s run-ins with UFOs is not a new thing. It haf earlier acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program to investigate such ‘extra-terrestrial sightings’. Even though the department said that the programme had ended in 2012, a New York Times report had said it still continued with officials bringing in incident to probe. It was called the Advanced Aviation Threat Identification Program and officially ran between 2007 to 2012 and had $22 million a year for funds.

The programme also kept track of videos of encounters between unknown objects and US military aircrafts.

Among such sightings were one released in August of a white coloured oval object about the size of a jetliner being pursued by two Navy fighter jets from an aircraft carrier off the California coast in 2004.

Last year, an account by Debrief said that there exist two classified reports by the Pentagon on UFOs. Reportedly, the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force of the United States Department of Defense issued two classified intelligence position reports in 2018 and the 2020 summer. These reports were circulated widely in the US intelligence community. It included a leaked photo, an account of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena emerging from the ocean through the sky, and an admission that the object might have an extraterrestrial origin.

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Conspiracy Theories Are Caused By Government Secrecy

The DC Circuit has ruled that the CIA is under no obligation to comply with Freedom of Information Act requests pertaining to its involvement with insurgent militias in Syria, overturning a lower court’s previous ruling in favor of a Buzzfeed News reporter seeking such documents.

As Sputnik‘s Morgan Artyukhina clearly outlines, this ruling comes despite the fact that mainstream news outlets have been reporting on the Central Intelligence Agency’s activities in Syria for years, and despite a US president having openly tweeted about those activities.

“In other words, the CIA will not be required to admit to actions it is widely reported as having done, much less divulge documents about them to the press for even greater scrutiny,” Artyukhina writes, calling to mind the Julian Assange quote “The overwhelming majority of information is classified to protect political security, not national security.”

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Private/Unlisted YouTube Videos of U.S. Government Agencies

Many U.S. government agencies and military branches have public YouTube pages. That is no secret. However, within these channels, lies a hidden treasure trove of PRIVATE/UNLISTED videos NOT accessible by the general public.

Through the Freedom of Information Act, The Black Vault along with another researcher has tackled trying to get access to these videos listings. That researcher has donated the requests they did, along with the documents, to the archive below. However, they asked for their identifying information to be redacted.

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