Suspicious Dr. Anthony Fauci is currently being questioned regarding his conduct during the COVID years, which is being closely examined and disclosed. Typical of a socialist politician, he is refusing to do anything that would benefit mankind and his nation, instead fooling people and playing games to safeguard his money and position.
Fauci is at the center of a large lawsuit against the way Americans have been treated over the past few difficult years, particularly as they have been denied the right to express their opinions on the extremely suspect behavior of individuals like himself.
In May, Missouri and Louisiana filed a lawsuit that attempts to uncover how top Biden Administration officials allegedly cooperated with social media corporations to block free speech on a variety of issues, including COVID-19.
The lawsuit, which claims to uncover ‘one of the greatest assaults by the government on free speech in the Nation’s history,” begins with a quote from George Washington’s address to the troops in 1783, in which he emphasized the importance of free speech, and then asserts that the government colluded with social media to lie about the nature of people’s cyber discussions and stole our civil liberties and the right to speak freely.
According to reports of Fauci’s demeanor during his deposition in that litigation, he feigned stupid.
Attorneys General of Louisiana and Missouri release Fauci’s 359-page deposition in a social media collusion complaint.
Fauci, according to a press statement from Schmitt’s office, said “I don’t recall” 174 times when questioned about emails he wrote, interviews, and other crucial information.
Monday, the two attorneys general who brought a case claiming government cooperation with social media corporations made available a 359-page transcript of the deposition of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the primary medical advisor to President Joe Biden.
“Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and several Biden administration officials were named in an 86-page lawsuit filed by Eric Schmitt of Missouri, who was elected to the U.S. Senate in November, and Louisiana’s Jeff Landry,” Joe Mueller reported for The Center Square, adding:
The deposition reveals that attorney John Sauer from the office of Schmitt performed the questions. The deposition included 63 exhibits, including private correspondence and news articles. On November 23, the deposition began at 8:08 a.m. and concluded at 5:01 p.m.
Sauer inquired as to whether Fauci was on a first-name basis with anyone at Twitter.
“Well, right now, no, but when my daughter worked at Twitter, I was on a first-name basis with her,” Fauci said.
Sauer asked for Fauci’s opinion “about whether people should be allowed to post on social media opinions” that might be dangerous or lead to a loss of life.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“You know, again, you say allowed, I don’t know what the legal or other First Amendment issues are associated with that,” Fauci said. “That’s not my lane or my area of expertise. As a physician and a scientist and a public health person, I’m very sensitive to the fact that disinformation, including some of the disinformation that we discussed that, for example, has people avoid lifesaving interventions, is dangerous to health. CONTINUE READING…