Dr. Fauci has a deep hole to climb out of, and try as he might, “America’s Doctor” just isn’t cutting it.
Recently hundreds of pages of Fauci’s personal correspondence were leaked thanks to the Freedom of Information Act, a move which Fauci called “an invasion” despite being the federal government’s highest paid employee.
The emails show a multitude of contradictory statements, agreements with Chinese officials to conceal key facts about the pandemic, and other insidious statements that quite frankly could land the doctor behind bars.
Joe Biden’s top medical adviser and Director of the the National Institute of Allerge and Infectious Diseases said, “The only problem with my emails is they are horribly being misconstrued and taken out of context.”
And what context would that be Mr. Fauci?
In another interview, the doctor lamented the sheer volume of emails he received daily – undoubtedly true – but claimed those with an agenda to take him down could easily portray themselves positively in correspondence then use the emails later to attack him. Truly a wild claim made by the man who’s job is to lead the country out of a global pandemic.
Over 800 pages of Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails from the first few months of the pandemic were released to the public this week.
Dr. Fauci discussed the reaction to his emails with @DanMannarino.
You can watch the full interview Friday at 8:30 a.m. on the PIX11 Morning News pic.twitter.com/Bh3dB2YXSQ
— PIX11 News (@PIX11News) June 3, 2021
Apparently it was taken out of context when Fauci agreed to downplay the coronavirus lab leak theory to EcoHealth Alliance President Peter Daszak, which he was subsequently thanked for in response.
Peter Daszak of EcoAlliance, the non-profit that steered $3.4m of gov funds to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, thanked Fauci in an April email for downplaying the lab-leak theory.
— Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne (@RepBethVanDuyne) June 2, 2021
EcoHealth Alliance is a New York-based private company closely linked to Fauci’s NIH. Through that company, the NIH, under Fauci’s tutelage, was able to funnel hundreds of thousands of dollars to Wuhan’s Institute of Virology for research purposes.
Fauci remains soft on the China’s role in the pandemic, only recently even considering that the lab leak theory had any legitimacy whatsoever. In a recent interview he attempted to downplay his work with Chinese scientists saying, “We’re not talking about Communists here. We’re talking about the Chinese military. These are scientists that I’ve had relationships for years.”
Here, Fauci feigns ignorance on how the Chinese Communist Party operates – as a totalitarian, tyrannical regime, in total control of every facet of scientific research. But he knows this, and so does everyone with a working brain.
Why is Fauci such an apologist for the Chinese Communist Party?
What’s he hiding?
This story will unfold as the cover-up of the century… https://t.co/7yCZ1u8H59
— Steve Cortes (@CortesSteve) June 3, 2021
In another email, Fauci admitted to the inefficacy of mass mask wearing, saying “masks are really for infected people…”
It was always about politics. Not the science. https://t.co/OVAr1tPxux
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) June 2, 2021
Why then would “America’s Doctor” appear on every major news network, and even the minor ones, urging people to wear not one, two masks to prevent the spread of COVID-19. And to top it off – he was right! Not until a majority of Americans became vaccinated did the daily cases of coronavirus plummet. While mask mandates were at their peak, cases still fluctuated, sometimes reaching the highest levels of infection.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to recommend the use of face masks among those who have not been fully vaccinated, though the agency says those who have been fully vaccinated may safely resume pre-pandemic activities.
In the wake of the email drop, Republican lawmakers have demanded Fauci’s ouster.
Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw took aim at the Patron Saint of Wuhan:
Fauci lost my trust long before this. Never contextualizing his statements, never giving honest risk assessments, always treating us like we are too stupid to do anything but lockdown and wear masks forever.
The emails show it was worse than we thought.
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) June 2, 2021
Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul, perhaps Fauci’s most vocal critic, gloated when he said “Told you,” after it was exposed Fauci was indeed a fraud.
Paul has since demanded Fauci’s firing.
It's time to fire Fauci! Emails that have been released now under Freedom of Information Act show two very important things:
1. FAUCI has been lying
2. I’ve been right all along
— Rand Paul (@DrRandPaul) June 2, 2021
Author: Sebastian Hayworth