Dr. Anthony Fauci funded a lab in Sudan that has been seized by rebels, according to National File. A war has reportedly broken out between the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) and the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) as two generals battle for control. 459 people have been killed and more than 4,000 are injured so far.
The World Health Organization has sounded the alarm on a “huge biological risk” after rebels took control of Sudan’s National Public Health Laboratory. The lab has been funded by Fauci and Bill Gates, according to U.S. government records. Under Fauci, the National Institute of Health and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation donated $20 million to reportedly study cholera.
Now, the WHO is afraid that cholera, which is an “acute, diarrheal illness caused by infection of the intestine,” might escape from the lab amid the ensuing chaos. Dr. Peter M. McCullough advised against continuing the research while the conflict is ongoing, citing a precarious situation.
The United States has been criticized for failing to evacuate American citizens from the area despite the U.K. successfully beginning evacuation missions during a 72-hour ceasefire. As the ceasefire appeared to hold, the British government took immediate advantage and started to board nationals onto flights from an airfield outside of the capital.
But the Pentagon has struck a different tune and claimed that the situation was still uncertain and dangerous. Rather than providing flights to Americans, the Biden administration recommended that people shelter in place or drive 500 miles overland to Port Sudan where convoys will be waiting.
National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said that Americans who are still there have ignored previous warnings to leave the region. The comments from the administration have been met with criticism that the message appears to mimic that of the botched Afghanistan withdrawal.