#FireFauci: A Sign of Things to Come?

America’s top medical advisor, Dr. Anthony Fauci, is under fire after The Washington Post obtained close to a thousand pages of his emails. Being a Left-leaning media outlet, the Post’s spin is to highlight how brave Fauci was during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. But across the political aisle, reactions are very different. And for good reason. 

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Masks & Asymptomatic Transmission

So far, the emails that have received the most attention from critics are the ones regarding mask wearing and asymptotic transmission. Here are two. The first states that “masks are really for infected people.” The second admits that “most transmission occurs from someone who is symptomatic – not asymptomatic.” This begs the question, why are people with no symptoms wearing masks and staying home? 

Fauci’s first email goes on to state that “the typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus which is small enough to pass through the material.” 

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Fauci later changed his position both on masking wearing and asymptomatic transmission, but why, I wonder? Did the science change? Did viral fragments grow larger and therefore validate mask wearing? Did asymptomatic people become spreaders? Or are these health directives, in particular mask wearing, a bit of social and political theatre? Possibly. I mean, why else would Fauci continue to wear a mask even after being fully vaccinated? 

Even more suspicious is the fully redacted email below with the subject line: “My take on masks.” When government documents are obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, they tend to only redact lines for national security reasons. How strange that email about masks raises so much concern…  

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Wuhan Lab Leak/Gain of Function Research

The origin of SARS-CoV-2 was hotly debated in the early days of the pandemic. But despite the existence of a virology centre in Wuhan, many stood firm on theory of animal to human spill over – including Fauci. Indeed, when President Donald Trump was labelled “racist’ for closing American borders to China and referring to COVID-19 as the “China Virus”, Fauci did not come to his defence. 

Let us not forget that small piece of history when we consider what Fauci’s emails reveal about the origin of SARS-CoV-2. In January 2020, Fauci received an email from the director of the country’s largest biomedical research facility, suggesting that the “usual features” of the virus may indicate it is “engineered.” Why, then, did Fauci stand firm on his position? The answer may lie in an email NIAID Principal Deputy Director Hugh Auchincloss sent to Fauci on Feb 1, 2020, which reveals that Fauci and others were worried about the NIH’s involvement in gain-of-function research in Wuhan. That is, research seeking to make viruses more infectious to humans. 

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What a bombshell! Not only is looking like SARS-CoV-2 came out of the Wuhan Lab but also that American resources were involved. No wonder Fauci and his friends wanted to bury the Wuhan Lab Leak Theory. 

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Ties to Bill Gates

The last email I want to raise is one that followed a conversation between Fauci and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates. In it, Fauci states that he is “enthusiastic about moving toward a collaborative approach” with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on the COVID-19 response. 

This email can be read in a variety of ways, but what I want to highlight is that our health officials are absolutely working with people who stand to profit hugely from directives and vaccines aimed at ‘combating’ COVID-19. As further evidence, look at the names on the Bill and Melinda Gates Decade of Vaccines Leadership Council:1

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Also note that the NIH owns intellectual property used by Moderna in the development of their COVID-19 vaccine.2 This claim is supported by comments made in June 2020 by NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins.3

Conclusion 

This is a mere taste of what Fauci’s emails reveal about his response to COVID-19, but let me give you the bigger picture… The COVID-19 narrative is a house of cards that was carefully assembled by politicians, health officials, bureaucrats, and mainstream media outlets, from lies and manipulated data. And the house of cards is about to fall. 

The same thing is happening in Australia. After health officials on Tuesday night used terms like ‘fleeting contact’ and ‘beast’ of a variant, even MSM released headlines like: “Plot Twists Can’t Breathe New Life into Tired Lockdown Story” (Melissa Coburn, featured in the Age) and “Latest Shutdown Over ‘Beast’ of a Virus is Madness” (Andrew Bolt for the Herald Sun).

A word to Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton – if someone as idolized and as well-connected as Dr. Anthony Fauci can be tossed out, so can you. 


1 https://www.gatesfoundation.org/ideas/media-center/press-releases/2010/12/global-health-leaders-launch-decade-of-vaccines-collaboration

2 https://www.axios.com/moderna-nih-coronavirus-vaccine-ownership-agreements-22051c42-2dee-4b19-938d-099afd71f6a0.html

3 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHyB3zTZBvY&t=1s

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