Thursday, January 18, 2024

Phony Fauci Fesses Up On Fake Science and COVID Flim-Flam; Fauci Now Says the Lab-Leak Hypothesis Isn't a 'Conspiracy Theory', and other C-Virus related stories

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Phony Fauci fesses up on fake science and COVID flim-flam:
Former COVID czar Dr. Anthony Fauci gave closed-door testimony before Congress last week, so it’s time yet again for the Fauci Follies!
The pint-size patron saint of the failed restrictionist policies that lefties and COVID crazies love simply can’t admit he’s lost a massive argument with reality.
The Not-So-Good Doctor got off to a weak start in DC, surprising House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic Chair Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R-Ohio) with “how much he doesn’t recall” from the start of the pandemic. 
How convenient!
Fauci, after all, led the effort in the early days of the pandemic to quash the idea (now regarded as probable by the feds) that COVID sprang from the Wuhan Institute of Virology — throwing his considerable weight behind efforts to smear and suppress anyone who dared to dissent.
That’s after he admitted in private he took it seriously.
And before COVID even hit, he was passing funds to the WIV via the EcoHealth Alliance as the NIH helped pay for gain-of-function research there.
All great stuff to forget.
Then there’s the anti-COVID policies he championed: social distancing and vaccine mandates for schools and businesses. --->READ MORE HERE
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Fauci Now Says the Lab-Leak Hypothesis Isn't a 'Conspiracy Theory':
Former White House science advisor Anthony Fauci testified behind closed doors before the House Coronavirus Select Subcommittee and, as usual, did his best to muddy the waters.
Did you ever wonder what science the six-foot social distancing rule was based on? Astonishingly, Dr. Fauci is wondering the same thing.
The six-foot rule "just sort of appeared," according to a summary of Fauci's testimony released by the select committee's chairman, Rep. Brad Wenstrup (R–Ohio).
Fauci also grudgingly acknowledged that the lab-leak theory was "not a conspiracy theory," but he continuously claimed he "didn't recall" certain information or "didn't recollect" it.
This was especially true when the committee was trying to get to the bottom of the "Proximal Origin" scientific paper that dismissed the lab-leak theory as a "conspiracy theory." The signature drive to get as many scientists on board as coming out against the lab leak theory was headed up by Peter Daszak of the EcoHealth Alliance, whose close ties to the Chinese government made his motives suspect. --->READ MORE HERE
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