Dr. Christine Grady, Dr. Anthony Fauci’s wife, is the Director of the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Department of Bioethics and has quietly become a prominent medical research and medical ethics player in the United States LifeSiteNews reported.

Who is she?

In 1985, Christine Grady married Dr. Anthony Fauci, and the two worked together on the AIDS issue in the 1980s. Grady, 68, is a senior investigator and nurse-bioethicist who is now Chief of the NIH’s Department of Bioethics and Head of the Section on Human Subjects Research.

Grady worked with NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) after moving to the NIH clinical site in 1983, though never as part of the division that her husband oversees. Grady is a senior research fellow at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, in addition to her job at the NIH.

Between 1999 and 2017, she got the NIH director’s award four times. Grady served on President Barack Obama’s Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethical Issues from 2010 to 2017, and was a member of various other task teams.

Grady’s career in the bioethics department began in 1997, when she served on the Institutional Review Board of clinical protocols, informing and advising health officials, particularly members of the National Institutes of Health. Grady took over as director of the department in 2012 after serving as deputy director since 1996.

Meanwhile, in 1984, Fauci was named Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), a year after Grady joined the NIH and a year before they married.

Connection between Grady’s NIH and Fauci’s NIAID

According to its website, NIAID’s mission is to “conduct and support basic and applied research to better understand, treat, and ultimately prevent infectious, immunologic, and allergic diseases.” Among the NIH’s 27 institutes and centers, NIAID indeed has the unique duty of “respond to emerging public health threats.”

The NIH’s ethics guide the NIAID in its research and operations. This essentially means that Grady’s ethical decisions are inextricably related to and inform her husband’s vaccine research and development decisions. The NIAID was involved in creating and testing COVID-19 (Communist Chinese Party Virus or CCP Virus) vaccines (specifically, the Moderna jab).

The development of “humanized mice” by transplanting tissue from aborted fetuses into mice is one of the most contentious initiatives in which the NIH has been involved.

Grady is now “spearheading research into the ethics of America’s COVID-19 response,” as Elle reported.

Although the NIH created and approved coronavirus injections—particularly Moderna’s, which was developed with the assistance of NIAID scientists—the number of deaths and bad reactions continues to rise each week following vaccination.

Since the vaccine’s introduction in December, the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) has recorded a total of 122,712 adverse events, according to official data supplied by the U.S. government. 2,077 people died due to the injection, accounting for over half of all CCP Virus vaccine-related deaths in the United States, while 8,822 significant responses were reported.

Nonetheless, the injection continues to be a success for everyone who has put money into it. So far, the U.S. government has invested $2.5 billion in Moderna’s coronavirus vaccine. According to NIH director Francis Collins, the firm expects to earn $18.5 billion from sales of the injection, a product in which the NIH owns some of the “intellectual property.”

This injection was co-developed by scientists at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, whose work is guided by Grady’s principles. In fact, Collins described Grady’s analysis of the CCP Virus situation as “invaluable” to the NIH.

Grady’s vaccine ‘ethics’, vision about digitized medical records in 2021 

Grady has written several papers and articles on vaccine ethics, frequently advocating for drastic immunization changes. In a 2004 study titled “Ethics of Vaccine Research,” she stated that the purpose of immunization is “to benefit the community at large rather than the individual.” Governing health agencies nowadays repeat this mentality, recommending COVID-19 injections as a good for the general public despite an increasing number of adverse responses, maintaining that the benefits outweigh the dangers.

Then, in 2012, she wrote an article in Nature reflecting on her time in the field and forecasting what life may be like in 2021, creating a scenario that closely resembles contemporary proposals for health records to be digitized and used as vaccine passports:

“In 2021, most people in the U.S. have had their whole genome sequenced by their health care provider as a routine part of care and have access to their own sequence data stored in the cloud. Each person can decide whether or not and how she wants to share her sequence data with researchers through a menu of research studies publicly listed on a smart phone application.”

Grady also anticipated how bioethicists and health ministers, who are in charge of coordinating global health policy, will become dominant in the years surrounding 2021:

“By 2021, international collaborators from around the globe, who had been committed to working together as partners to design and conduct research of high ethical and scientific quality research, were now collaborating on other issues of importance to global health and global justice. Bioethicists serve as clinical and research consultants, members of oversight committees and policy bodies.”

Under a “new ethical framework,” another report hinted at radical research on prenatal treatment trials. Only looking at the “biomedical benefits” of fetal treatment was insufficient, Grady wrote.

 “Studies that meet this overall proportionality criterion but have mildly unfavorable risk–benefit ratios for pregnant women and/or fetuses may be acceptable,” according to the new framework for such a medical field.

Strong connections to Bill Gates

Gates is an outspoken supporter of the global rollout of experimental coronavirus vaccines, and has invested in the development of COVID-19 tracking platforms in the microchip design, as predicted by Grady in her essay for the year 2021.

Gates has publicly campaigned for vaccines to be distributed worldwide, stating in April 2020 that the world would not return to normal until the population had been widely immunized. Later, he mocked allegations that the experimental CCP Virus vaccines might be dangerous, rejecting opposing viewpoints as conspiracy theories.

According to a whistleblower from the World Health Organization (WHO), Gates had so much power in the WHO that he virtually controlled it and was treated as if he were a sovereign state in his own right.

Indeed, Fauci and Gates have long collaborated on vaccine distribution to the world’s population. In 2010, Fauci’s NIAID teamed up with the WHO and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to carry out Gates’ 10-year vaccine strategy. Fauci was a member of the plan’s five-man Leadership Council, which is an important feature.

The Gates Foundation has also given hundreds of thousands of dollars to both the NIH and the NIAID, casting doubt on the objectivity of any decision made by Grady or Fauci on the development, testing, and implementation of the COVID-19 vaccinations.

As a result, evidence suggests that his wife may be in a position of severe conflict of interest as regards her own ethical guidance to the NIH, given the recent release of numerous emails revealing Fauci’s own actions at the start of COVID-19 last year and the “gain-of-function” experiments at the Wuhan laboratory funded by NIAID.

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