Dr. Anthony Fauci doesn’t seem to know from day-to-day which side of any particular issue he’s on. First he flips, then he flops. Right now, he’s scrambling to control the damage by admitting the truth without admitting the TRUTH. All that seems to matter to him is backing the scientific findings which make the New World Order happy. As long as he does that, Dr. Deep State can keep pulling in more money every year than the president.
Fauci faces the nation
Dr. Anthony Fauci has been getting some serious face time in front of the television cameras in the past few days. Making the rounds from studio-to-studio so he can spin the narrative oozing out of his email folder. For now, he’s at least acknowledging the hint of an idea of a possibility that maybe he was wrong.
Maybe the Asian Andromeda Strain really did leak out of a lab in Wuhan. Or was released into the wild on purpose. Meanwhile, to cover his assets, Dr. Deep State continues to maintain his “personal” opinion that the virus came from the wet-market, not the lab. “I have always said, and will say today, I still believe the most likely origin is from an animal species to a human,” he boldly assured viewers of CNN.
Rand Paul and other conservative Republicans are howling for his head on a plate, they want him fired. Candace Owens says that’s too good for the traitorous rat. She wants him “tried and imprisoned.” Fauci admits he can see why they might be a little upset.
After being hammered relentlessly to defend himself, the good doctor acknowledges that “there may be other origins.” He stutters as he says it but “it could have been a lab leak.” BuzzFeed and Washington Post got their hands on more than “3,000 pages” of private emails using the Freedom of Information Act.
Dr. Fauci should have been a lawyer. His diplomatic skills are excellent. Evidence? what evidence? Those emails are all “taken out of context.” The “nonsense” reports about an email the EcoHealth Alliance president wrote for instance. The ones thanking him for covering up the COVID-19 lab leak theory. It also just came to light that Dr. Deep State funded the bat SARS virus research and at one point, implanted some of his assistants inside the lab to check progress on the projects.
He knew the “$600,000 over the course of five years starting in 2014” was going to “gain-of-function” research and pretended not to see it. After all, how can anyone in the virology world get anything done with such bureaucratic restrictions? Everyone ignored the ban and carefully sidestepped it. He didn’t “directly” fund the project, he did it “indirectly” which is perfectly okay.
Keep an open mind
Fauci assures America that he’s been “keeping an open mind all the time.” That, he claims, is the “reason why I have been public that we should continue to look for the origin.” He can’t deny the email but he can introduce a little “reasonable doubt” to save himself from the firing squad.
“That email — you can misconstrue it however you want — that email was from a person to me saying thank you for whatever it is he thought I said, and I said that I think the most likely origin is a jumping of species.” Not a lab leak. “I still do think it is at the same time as I’m keeping an open mind that it might be a lab leak.”
He may be keeping an open mind but he’s covering his rear end at the same time. Fauci admitted to MSNBC that he “can’t guarantee everything that is going on in the Wuhan lab.” He’s not like, there to watch or anything.
“It was just trying to get the right information, to try and get the right data. What they didn’t seem to understand, I guess that it is understandable that they didn’t understand it, is that science is a dynamic process.” Dynamic enough to destroy the global economy.
It’s interesting to note that Fauci was too busy to read the report which warned about China’s Covid “cover-up” because it was “too long for him to read.” It came in from Erik Nilsen.
The physicist had “suspicions” over China’s true Covid death toll and warned of a “tsunami” of infections in the US. It’s “too long for me to read,” Dr. Deep State emailed to his colleague Robert Eisinger.