Sunday, January 7, 2024

Fauci’s Returning to Congress — Will He Continue His COVID Coverup; GOP to Press Fauci On Handling of 'scientific debate' in First Post-Retirement Testimony, and other C-Virus related stories

Fauci’s returning to Congress — will he continue his COVID coverup?
“It’s been proven that when you make it difficult for people in their lives, they lose their ideological bulls – – t, and they get vaccinated.”
So declared COVID superstar Anthony Fauci in 2021, championing government coercion for vaccines of which he falsely promised, “It’s as simple as black and white. You’re vaccinated, you’re safe.”
But will Fauci be forced to abandon his own “ideological bulls – – t” when he testifies next week on Capitol Hill?
When he uttered that recently unearthed line, Fauci was President Biden’s chief medical adviser and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases head.
Almost a year after the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic first sought his testimony, Fauci will sit early next week for two days of depositions to explain his role in funding the Wuhan Institute of Virology, his efforts to debunk the “lab leak” theory, COVID mandates and federal censorship.
He will later speak at a public hearing.
The subcommittee announced Fauci’s “honesty is non-negotiable.”
But will his memory stage another boycott?
When Fauci was deposed in late 2022 for the Missouri v. Biden lawsuit on federal censorship, he claimed 174 times “I don’t recall” — including about damning and quite memorable emails he sent.
Fauci will fetch a team of four lawyers to the deposition, rigging the odds against candor.
Since 7 million people died worldwide from COVID, Fauci may have a lot to hide.
Fauci spearheaded one of the most brazen coverups in recent his --->READ MORE HERE
GOP to press Fauci on handling of 'scientific debate' in first post-retirement testimony:
House Republicans plan to press former top government adviser Anthony Fauci in person next week over allegations that he helped the government shut down debate and dialogue over critical medical and public health questions at the height of the pandemic, such as those relating to the efficacy of masks, vaccine mandates, and experimental treatments for COVID-19.
The closed-door testimony scheduled for Monday and Tuesday represents the first opportunity for the Republican majority on the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic to directly question Fauci, who Chairman Brad Wenstrup (R-OH) called the "face of the pandemic," since he retired from the government in December 2022.
Many conservatives blame Fauci, who was the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and a top COVID adviser to both Presidents Donald Trump and Joe Biden, for many of the disruptions imposed on businesses, civic organizations, and churches during the pandemic, and argue that he wielded influence through the government to silence dissenting experts.
"When it comes to your health, no one knows better than you and your doctor, but the doctors have to be provided with accurate data, correct information, and honest information to be able to have a scientific debate," Wenstrup told the Washington Examiner in an interview previewing the questioning of Fauci.
The subcommittee has spent much of the past year reviewing the policies enacted by the government during the pandemic as well as investigating whether SARS-CoV-2 originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China in late 2019 — as well as whether officials have stymied efforts to learn about the possibility of a leak from a lab.
The efforts have yielded some bipartisan agreement on the need to strengthen biosafety standards in research, but the two parties are at odds over the approach to questioning Fauci. Subcommittee ranking member Raul Ruiz (D-CA) told the Washington Examiner that he sees the Republican push for a transcribed interview with Fauci as "a politically motivated probe to vilify Dr. Fauci and our nation's public health officials" in the furtherance of "their extreme, conspiratorial narrative" that the virus originated in a lab. --->READ MORE HERE
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