March 31, 2023
Five Things Fauci “Forgot” — Part 2

by Fed Up Texas Chick, The Tenpenny Report:


In Part 1, we began to enumerate things Fauci conveniently forgot. In Part 2, we continue, and it only gets worse!

#3 Fauci knew he was damaging kids

In mid March of 2020, most Americans were blindsided by COVID. Most had not seen the video clips from China’s hospitals, and in 24 hours, things came to a screeching halt. President Trump halted foreign travel, and in mid-March, we heard Fauci tell us the now famous words that we needed ‘two weeks to stop the spread’.


In September 2022, Fauci had a moment of mental clarity when he admitted that his lockdown policies would have detrimental effects for schoolchildren (and the economy, by the way). He even referred to his own policies as “draconian”. But they were very necessary, according to Fauci, and he blamed everyone but himself or his organization. He actually blamed all of us, saying that the divisiveness of society and negative social media against him was the problem. Sorry, Tony, but this is America, and we do have the right to freedom of movement and to express our opinions as stated in the First Amendment which you now freely admit (or at least you did in September in front of your live audience at The Atlantic.) Fauci said the primary driver for the lockdowns was that the New York hospitals were being overrun. True, but why recommend lock downs for  kids in rural South Dakota?

Two weeks turned into two years. Kids across this nation were denied an in person education and furthermore when they did reopen, many school districts forced their students  to be jabbed in order to return to the classroom. Amazingly, Fauci made these comments right after the Department of Education released its impact report, stating that the lockdowns have led to “the largest average score decline in reading since 1990, and the first ever score decline in mathematics.”

#4 Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine don’t work

Don’t do it!” Fauci warned in the summer of 2021. He was talking about ivermectin. “There’s no evidence whatsoever that it works and it could potentially have toxicity.”

The FDA joined in, flat out ridiculing people over ivermectin. Here is the FDA web page telling people not to take ivermectin and they even launched this outrageous Twitter post. We now know that the FDA and Fauci exhibited gross malfeasance regarding ivermectin, as Dr. Peter McCullough and John Leake so eloquently outline in this article

But the truth about ivermectin is actually very different. Fauci kept ridiculing ivermectin even after papers like these were published: (1) that ivermectin showed efficacy against omicron variants, that (2) ivermectin has been found effective against severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) replication, and (3) that ivermectin may reduce the duration of the illness. There are many more than these three; I guess Dr. “I am science” doesn’t have time to read published journal articles.

Project Veritas received documents from a top secret shared file showing Fauci lied about ivermectin. The government knew ivermectin and hydroxycholoriquine were cures since April 2020 but they kept that information hidden

#5 Fauci would not allow autopsies

Thomas Renz talks about this in the above video as well.  Isn’t it incredible that few autopsies were done in 2020 at the height of a global pandemic? After all, a mysterious ‘virus’  was wreaking havoc, yet no one really wanted to know the answers like whether it actually originated from a Chinese lab, nor did they  seek forensic evidence from the victims? Despite mounting deaths by April 2020 in Italy, very few autopsies were reported in medical literature. Why? Maybe it was because these autopsies showed evidence of an immune attack on the person’s organs, especially the heart. The body was attacking itself with devastating and deadly consequences, but Fauci and many other public health officials greatly discouraged autopsies, especially on vaccinated people. Fauci ridiculed the autopsies, despite many appeals in the medical literature for more autopsies. Governments touted fear of pathologist infection, but this is a pretty weak argument, as noted in the medical literature.

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