by Jamie White May 25th 2021, 2:04 pm

“Tony Fauci is the father of the virus. It came from that lab…Fauci greased the skids for gain of function experimentation which weaponized the virus,” he says.

Former Trump official Peter Navarro claimed Dr. Anthony Fauci will be removed from his post at NIAID within three months due to emerging reports of his deep ties to the Wuhan Virology Institute and Chinese Communist Party.

Navarro, former Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy explained on “War Room: Pandemic” Tuesday that Fauci’s involvement in gain of function research at the Wuhan biolab and his ingratiation with the CCP will be his undoing.

“Tony Fauci is the father of the virus. It came from that lab…Tony Fauci greased the skids for gain of function experimentation which weaponized the virus,” Navarro told host and former White House strategist Steve Bannon.

Navarro then explained why Fauci is culpable for the pandemic and lockdowns.

“I wanna put this on the record: Fauci is gonna be gone within 90 days,” Navarro said.

“He knows that that thing likely came from Wuhan Institute of Virology. He knows that. Why does he know that?” Navarro continued. “Because he knows that he gave money to that lab and he knows that he paid for gain of function experimentation. And he knows that that experimentation done by the bat lady was to design a deadly virus because she thanked him publicly for giving them the money to do it.”

“Anthony Fauci knew all of that. But what did he do?…Did he go out and apologize? No, he positioned himself as the hero of the whole movement,” he said, adding that Fauci “is a sociopath.”

Bannon cut in, reminding Navarro that Fauci not only didn’t apologize, he didn’t come clean about any of his activities with Wuhan’s lab whatsoever.

“I don’t care about his apology,” Bannon said. “He never informed people, was never honest with people in the [Trump] administration and the American people. His apology means nothing to me.”

The political tide began to shift against Fauci earlier this month when he admitted to Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) during a congressional hearing that he did in fact fund the Wuhan Virology Institute through third parties — after initially denying it.