National File Senior Reporter Patrick Howley received a 7-day suspension from Twitter for exposing Anthony Fauci’s controversial funding of bat coronavirus “gain of function” research at a laboratory in Wuhan, China. Howley was the first investigative reporter to establish Fauci’s link to the Wuhan lab on April 13, 2020.
Howley was suspended earlier today for tweeting, “Fauci funded the bat coronavirus project at the Wuhan lab, locked down America, shilled his master Gates’ vaccines, and now he is caught like the lying little piece of dirt demon that he is. He lied to the world and inflicted horror upon little kids in f**king MASKS. Shame” and received a 7-day ban soon after.
Discussing his ban, Fauci told National File, “We know that Fauci’s daughter works for Twitter. It’s obvious that the globalist pig demon authoritarians, lacking in energy since they were not able to do their Bohemian Grove Moloch worship last year, are trying to suppress one of the greatest investigative journalists of all time.” He added, “I will not be silenced, and I will continue to expose the lying weasel Fauci to the world.”
Howley was the first journalist to expose Fauci’s connection to the now-infamous Wuhan lab that conducted “gain of function” research using coronaviruses and bats with funding provided by Fauci’s NIAID. Howley reported on April 13, 2020: “Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) actually funded a study on Bat Coronavirus, which was a project that included scientists at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, the Chinese lab at the center of controversy over their bat research. That study confirmed in 2018 that humans have died from coronavirus.”
Newsweek soon followed Howley’s lead with an article published on April 30, titled, “DR. FAUCI BACKED CONTROVERSIAL WUHAN LAB WITH MILLIONS OF U.S. DOLLARS FOR RISKY CORONAVIRUS RESEARCH.” Howley reported, “The mainstream media publication Newsweek is now reporting that Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) funded Wuhan Institute of Virology coronavirus research.”
In his lengthy career as an investigative reporter, Howley exposed the Veterans Affairs scandal, the Michelle Fields hoax in which she claimed President Donald Trump’s campaign manager assaulted her, the racist yearbook photos of Virginia Governor Ralph Northam wearing either Ku Klux Klan robes or blackface, the potentially illegal extramarital relationship between Senate candidate Cal Cunningham and the wife of a married veteran, and the diary of Ashley Biden, in which she claims she had “probably not appropriate” showers with Joe Biden as a child.