Anthony Fauci may soon feel as if he is a trapped rat in one of his horrifying nightmare experiments, if social media comments are any indication of how his post-‘service’ life will proceed.
“Fauci will retire on Saturday. Dec 31, 2022, is Anthony Fauci‘s last day as a federal employee Mass murderer. He won’t get away with his crimes. Just ask Sen. Rand Paul,” one Twitter user said on the new Holiday- “living without Fauci.”
Rep. Mark Green’s remarks add to the curiosity over what is happening in Washington, D.C., and whether or not Fauci will face penalties for his mad activities against mankind.
In one week: Dr. Fauci will be held accountable.
— Rep. Mark Green (@RepMarkGreen) December 28, 2022
We know Ron Paul has been investigating Fauci.
“Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul issued a brutal statement to retiring Dr. Anthony Fauci, the country’s lead immunologist who declared that he had no regrets about how he handled the pandemic. During an interview, Fauci, who led the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases since Ronald Reagan’s first term in the early 1980s, was asked if there was anything he would do differently regarding the COVID-19 outbreak,” Martin Walsh reported for Conservative Brief.
“I’m the first to admit I’m far from perfect, but when you say do over, you know, I really can’t see something that I would do completely over,” Fauci said.
The Senator seized on the moment to highlight his displeasure with Fauci’s statement- and said about Fauci:
“Likely there is no public figure, or public health figure, that has made a greater error in judgment than Dr. Fauci. The error in judgment was to fund gain-of-function research in a totalitarian country — fund research that allowed them to create super viruses that, in all likelihood, accidentally leaked into the public and caused seven million people to die.”
During Senate oversight hearings examining Fauci’s responses and recommendations addressing the pandemic, Paul regularly disagreed with Fauci and fought Fauci’s propaganda.
“Think about it. This is right up there with decisions, some of them malevolent or military, to kill millions of people,” Paul said. “This is accidental, but it goes to judgment.”
“Talk about errors. You think he might apologize to the world for funding research that allowed superviruses to be created in a lab – a lab that was not properly outfitted for safety, that people were already reporting was dangerous – to support that kind of research, and then to look the other way and say, ‘Nothing to see here,’ and to cover it up,” Paul noted.
“For the last two years, he’s been covering his tracks, but we’ve caught him red-handed, and he won’t get away,” the GOP senator added.
“Paul also predicted that Fauci would indeed go into the history books but that he would not be remembered as fondly as Fauci himself may think,” Walsh reminded readers.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“Historically, he will be remembered for one of the worst judgments in the history of modern medicine,” he said, going on to say he planned to try and hold Fauci “accountable” for funding the research. CONTINUE READING…