House GOP want scientists on COVID origin report ID’d

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​Republican members of a House panel are accusing intelligence officials in the Biden administration of “stonewalling” their efforts to find out which doctors and scientists were interviewed for the report on the origins of the coronavirus pandemic.

Rep. Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and other GOP members wrote a letter to President Biden asking him to intervene with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to make that information available to the panel as part of its oversight responsibilities.

“Outside doctors and scientists who were consulted for their technical analyses of​ ​COVID’s potential origins are not clandestine sources or spies. They are consultants and there is​ ​no basis for stonewalling the Committee about their identities​,” Nunes and his GOP colleagues…

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