The man in charge of some of the creepiest experiments on the planet, is blasting a Republican senator for his unpopularity.
Dr. Anthony Fauci accuses Senator Rand Paul of stirring up hatred against him claiming Paul manages to, “kindle the crazies.”
But his real fury stems from something else entirely—and chances are you’ll like the senator’s plan far better than Fauci does.
While Fauci came across as some sort of grandfatherly figure at the start of the pandemic, it quickly became clear that he’s (hopefully) America’s scariest scientist.
We now know he’s been behind everything from some seriously suspicious Covid research in Wuhan to grafting aborted baby parts onto mice.
Add in what we know about his projects that involve torturing Beagle puppies and monkeys, and you have one of the least likable guys on the planet.
Senator Rand Paul was questioning him about discrepancies between his version of what went down in Wuhan and what we’ve discovered from other scientists when Fauci blew up.
“What happens when he gets out and accuses me of things that are completely untrue is that all of a sudden that kindles the crazies out there, and I have threats upon my life, harassment of my family and my children, with obscene phone calls because people are lying about me,” Fauci said during the hearing.
“So I asked myself, ‘Why would a senator want to do this?’ So go to Rand Paul website and you see ‘Fire Dr. Fauci’ with a little box that says, ‘Contribute here.’ You can do $5, $10, $20, $100,” Fauci said. “So you are making a catastrophic epidemic for your political gain.”
That’s rich, coming from the highest paid employee ever in the entire federal government.
And what lies? We can thank Paul for doing his job as a senator during hearings and exposing Fauci’s duplicity in the first place.
The question every American should be asking is exactly why this crooked character—who has been caught lying to lawmakers before—is still in what is apparently one of the most powerful government posts as Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Chief Medical Advisor to the President.
It shouldn’t be the odd senator drumming up support to push back against a man who—for all we know—may have been instrumental in unleashing a pandemic blamed for five and a half million deaths worldwide and devastated national and family economies everywhere.
It’s like some sort of horrible movie where the evil scientist is exposed then clapped on the back and told to to carry on.
Even in these “progressive” times a story so far out of line with what’s right would certainly bomb at the box office.
But in Washington D.C. it’s business as usual.
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