The real Dr. Fauci (Frankenstein) has been exposed via a massive dump of Fauci emails from January -June 2020, following an FOIA request by BuzzFeed News. It’s safe to say, the “good doctor’s” reputation will likely never recover. The over 3,200 emails revealed a very different doctor than the one presented to the world by our dishonest media.
The Fauci emails that were released last week show that Fauci was warned by fellow scientists at the beginning of the coronavirus that the deadly virus that killed millions around the world, may have been engineered, but he ignored the warnings.
Earlier this week, the far-left BuzzFeed publication uncovered another bombshell in the Fauci emails.
In what can only be described as bizarre, a lighthearted disease game was found by BuzzFeed on page # 1,408 of the Dr. Fauci emails.
BuzzFeed reporter Jacob Bliss shared the image of the NCAA-style bracket game on Twitter. In addition to the Coronavirus, the man the world looked to for guidance during the global pandemic, included a number of infectious diseases in his game. Diseases like West Nile, Herpes, SARS, Rabies, MERS, Measles, Polio, Influenza H1N1, Ebola and Coronavirus were listed in the game, but “Tony F.” picked “Coronavirus” as the big winner!
Shortly after Dr. Anthony Fauci’s emails were published by BuzzFeed and The Washington Post after Freedom of Information Act requests, Facebook and Instagram started to suppress mentions and screenshots of them after they were flagged by its third-party “fact checkers.”
Now, Instagram is using these third-party fact checks to flag satirical posts about these emails and force users to delete them.
Luke Rudkowski, founder of the independent news outlet We Are Change, reported that when he shared a post that jokes about Fauci recommending “face masks over your eyes so you can’t read his leaked emails” on Instagram, he was told it was “missing context” based on a fact check from USA Today.
Disgraced government employee Dr. Anthony Fauci is longtime friends with the current Joe Biden White House science adviser Eric Lander. The late accused human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein claimed that he funded Lander, and records reveal that Lander met with Epstein after Epstein’s conviction for pedophilia. Epstein, of course, was good friends with Fauci’s ally and vaccine-pushing partner Bill Gates.
Eric Lander recently said that he desires a vaccine for the NEXT pandemic (meaning, another pandemic AFTER Coronavirus) within 100 days of its emergence. When the U.S. Senate confirmed Lander for the position of White House Office of Science and Technology Policy Director, Fauci chimed in to confirm that he is longtime friends with the Epstein-funded scientist. Fauci said, “I look forward to working with Dr. Lander, who personifies collaborative and cross-disciplinary science. Eric has been a valued colleague and friend for many years. He is a true polymath – a scientific leader, geneticist, molecular biologist, mathematician, teacher, and science communicator whose keen intelligence and vision will serve the research enterprise well.”
A report from two days ago at GreatGameIndia claims the following:
Last year, a group of Indian scientists discovered that coronavirus was engineered with AIDS like insertions. The study concluded that it was unlikely for a virus to have acquired such unique insertions naturally in a short duration of time.
Readers of GreatGameIndia would remember how after we published the results of the study, it attracted heavy criticism from social media experts to an extent that even the authors were forced to retract their paper.
Even though a French Nobel prize winner agreed with the findings of the study, it was withdrawn by its authors.
French Nobel Laureate Luc Montagnier himself confirmed the conclusions of the study.
A trove of thousands of emails released as the result of a Freedom of Information Act request show that, since the beginning of COVID-19, Anthony Fauci has been just as mendacious as some of his worst critics have alleged.
On Jan. 1, 2020, Fauci received a credible warning from a professor at the Scripps Research Institute, Kristian Anderson, that some of SARS-COV-2’s features “(potentially) look engineered” and that he and his colleagues “all find the genome inconsistent with expectations from evolutionary theory.”
Fauci later blasted the “lab origin theory” as completely uncredible, leading the entire media-industrial complex to deride theories of bio-engineering or even the idea the virus might have leaked from the Wuhan Institute of Virology. His assurance, despite now finding it safe to backtrack on saying he’s “not completely confident” of SARS-2’s natural origin, was doubtless a major factor in Facebook banning posts supporting the lab origin theory.
That’s just one among many lies he’s spun since SARS-COV-2 reached our shores. It was clear from almost the beginning that Fauci was not just a benevolent science bureaucrat “trying to figure it out,” not just a bumbling idiot, but someone willing to put the entire nation through a punishing social and medical experiment, to gaslight the public time and time again to keep it going, and then bask in the sycophancy of Democratic Party lawmakers and the media while millions suffered needlessly. That’s the sort of thing we expect from the villains of political thrillers, not well-intentioned public servants who are just trying to “follow the science.”
Now that Dr. Anthony Fauci is feeling the heat for funding gain-of-function research at Wuhan Institute of Virology and covering it up, it’s time to scrutinize his wife. Christine Grady, MSN, Ph.D., is Fauci’s colleague at the National Institute of Health, where she serves as chief of bioethics and head of human subjects research at the NIH Clinical Center. According to the Center’s website, Grady’s contributions are “primarily in the ethics of clinical research, including informed consent, vulnerability, study design, recruitment, and international research ethics, as well as ethical issues faced by nurses and other health care providers.”
In a gushing portrait, Vogue portrayed Fauci and Grady as “a medical power couple leading the fight against the virus.” But taxpayers might not be so effusive about Mr. and Mrs. Fauci’s “international research ethics,” and “study design,” now that America’s economy and liberties have been destroyed by the Chinese virus they funded.
Why was Grady ever placed in a position at the NIH, where she was the final arbiter of the ethics of her husband’s experiments? If Fauci wanted to study gain-of-function research on lethal viruses, did he just need to roll over in bed and say, “Honey, is this OK?” to obtain “ethical” permission?
The Wuhan Institute of Virology was awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars more in federal grant money than chief White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci indicated to lawmakers last week, newly released emails show.
The messages, obtained by the conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, show that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) allocated $826,277 to the lab over a six-year period ending in 2019 via the New York City-based non-profit EcoHealth Alliance.
But Fauci, the longtime NIAID director, told a House Appropriations subcommittee on May 25 that the funding commitment “was about $600,000 over a period of five years, so it was a modest amount.”
US funding of the lab has come under scrutiny amid the ongoing controversy over whether the coronavirus leaked from the research hub into the 11 million-strong city of Wuhan, triggering the worst global pandemic in a century.