Is it too much to ask that untruths which have 'dogged this coronavirus story' be exposed
Sky News host Alan Jones says is it too much to ask that untruths which have "dogged this coronavirus story" be exposed.
Mr Jones assessed the escalating controversy engulfing top US infection disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci.
It comes as Dr Fauci is facing calls to resign after a treasure trove of emails detailing his early response to the COVID-19 outbreak were published online.
In one exchange, Dr Peter Daszak, a researcher with ties to both the World Health Organisation and the Wuhan Institute of Virology, thanked Dr Fauci for playing down the possibility COVID-19 first leaked from a lab.
Mr Jones also discussed how "Fauci's agency, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases made a grant of $600,000, to a not for profit organisation, who then paid it to this Wuhan Institute of Virology".
"There is one simple question," Mr Jones said.
"Will those responsible for the massive destruction of the world and the deaths … will they ever be identified and held to account?"
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