Something strange recently happened to the Twitter account of Dr. Kristian Andersen.
Thousands of Tweets were deleted, and the account itself was deleted.
Why might this be?
Let’s look into it.
8 weeks later, Andersen did a 180 and gave Fauci and the NIH/NIAID a helping hand.
What was interesting is that two months later Dr. Andersen reversed course and published his “proximal Origin” paper where he helped shield NIH/NIAID and Dr. Fauci from potential probes into gain of function funding.
Also why did Dr. Fauci have such a need to promote the report promoting a report “Baric, Shi, et al – Nature medicine – SARS gain of function.pdf.” Fauci sent it out to colleagues as “IMPORTANT” to defend their actions with funding gain of function research.The Gateway Pundit
Sounds like something changed for Andersen.
Turns out it was a huge cash injection!
Was this a reward for reversing his original claims and sticking with the new story for months afterwards?
Here’s a little more information for you to consider.
And then just recently, the Tweet deletion began.
But Andersen put his foot in it by referring to a process that doesn’t back up his claims…
If he was using one of the auto-deletion tools for Twitter that you can find online, then why would they all be getting deleted in the space of 1 week, going back before March 7th this year?
This is the kind of question you could ask Andersen, except he’s deleted his account.
For now, that’s where this story ends.
But it would be great to know why he flipped his opinions so suddenly, and whether that $1.88 million served as some kind of sweetener a few months down the line.