Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt just released a “tidbit” from Tony Fauci’s seven-hour deposition proving that the outgoing director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) knew full well that Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) face masks were “ineffective” at the very same time he was pushing for mandates across the country.
Emails sent by Fauci to a friend at the start of the shamdemic reveal that Fauci never believed covid veils to be anything more than a symbol of obedience to tyrants. Two months later, Fauci was all over the television urging states and local municipalities to mandate masks. (Related: Fauci’s net worth more than tripled during the plandemic.)
“In Feb. ’20 he emailed a friend advising her masks were ineffective,” Schmitt said in a tweet. “Confirmed again on Mar. 31. On Apr. 3, he’s adamant masks should be worn even though he couldn’t cite a single study to prove it. Mandates followed – Lives ruined … Covid tyranny is born.”
Schmitt’s counterpart, Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, also joined the fun by interrogating fake president Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser over the regime’s alleged collusion with Big Tech throughout the shamdemic.
Together with Schmitt, Landry filed a lawsuit back in May against the regime, accusing top-level Biden officials of working with social media giants such as Meta (Facebook), Twitter, and YouTube (Google) to censor covid free speech “under the guise of combating misinformation.”
That collusion was largely a success as it kept social media users from discussing matters such as the true origin of the Fauci Flu, which clearly did not come from bat soup at a Chinese wet market.
“Defendant Dr. Anthony Fauci, a senior federal government official, coordinating with others, orchestrated a campaign to discredit the lab-leak hypothesis in early 2020,” the brief from Landry and Schmitt reads.
“As director of [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases], Dr. Fauci had funded risky ‘gain-of-function’ research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology through intermediaries such as EcoHealth Alliance, headed by Dr. Peter Daszak.”
The brief goes on to address the fact that if covid did escape from a Chinese biolab, then Fauci and Daszak “could be potentially implicated in funding the research on viruses that caused the Covid-19 pandemic and killed millions of people worldwide.”
According to Schmitt, Fauci knew the lab leak theory “had merit” but because it implicated him personally, he fought against and tried to bury it. Fauci also defended and pushed lockdowns, mask mandates, and eventually the “vaccines” that were released under Operation Warp Speed.
In his last press conference at the White House before his impending retirement, Fauci, who currently has the highest-paid position in government, said that he “gave it all” he had during his 50-year tenure.
“Every day for all those years, I’ve given it all that I have and I’ve never left anything on the field,” Fauci added.
In the comments, someone wrote that Fauci has arguably been the most destructive bureaucrat in United States history. With covid alone, this person explained, Fauci induced “catastrophic economic effects,” the “terrible cost of which our kids have had and will have to pay over their lifetimes.”
“Fauci indicated that masks are ineffective in one of his most infamous interviews early on in the pandemic,” added another. “For unknown reasons, he took the diametrically opposite position only weeks later. Perhaps they realized that control of the masses depends on erasing individuality – the uniqueness of individual faces.”
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