By LINDA BOYLE
This week Dr. Anthony Fauci, aka Dr. Science, was answering questions in a meeting with the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. He said over 100 times in that hearing that he didn’t recall any facts or details about the pandemic response and origins of a virus that took the lives of 1.2 million Americans.
Although it was a closed-door hearing, two areas we know were discussed were the six-foot distancing rule and the origin of the coronavirus.
Dr. Fauci acknowledged the six-foot social distancing that caused all those little circles on the floor, restaurants seating people six feet apart, kids at band practice literally in little bubbles six feet apart, and schools being closed because of this requirement was just a wag.
He stated, “It just sort of appeared.” So much for “follow the science.”
Back in 2020, Fauci made a statement at a news conference regarding six feet distancing. This became the guiding principle.
Many people were absolute fanatics if you stood just three feet away from them. You were accused of being willing to kill them. But the rule was pushed by government officials who seemed to think we were too stupid to use common sense.
Thanks, Dr. Fauci, for telling us (like we didn’t know already) that the rule lacked any scientific basis. What is more heinous is they didn’t want to change course and admit they were wrong. This was because they feared we wouldn’t believe the other “scientific facts” they were telling us to instill fear in the old and very young.
And it gets better. Remember how he went out of his way to diss anyone who dared to say the virus was from the Wuhan lab?
We do know that Fauci and the National Institutes of Health funded research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. A $600,000 grant was channeled through the nonprofit EcoHealth Alliance to the Wuhan lab.Fauci has vigorously denounced the idea that the virus came from that lab, even though we were funding bat research on coronavirus.
When Fauci made this denial, Peter Daszak, the head of EcoHealth Alliance, emailed Dr. Fauci in April 2020, thanking him for seeking to disprove the lab leak theory.
“Many thanks for your kind note,” Fauci replied.
At the subcommittee meeting this week, Fauci testified he signed off on every foreign and domestic NIAID grant without reviewing the proposals but “was unable to confirm if NIAID has ANY mechanisms to conduct oversight of the foreign laboratories they fund,” according to Children’s Health Defense. Yet other emails showed Fauci knew more than he would admit.
You remember Peter Daszak. He was the person the U.S. selected to accompany the World Health Organization to review the Wuhan lab practices. Surprisingly, he and the team found nothing out of the ordinary.
In fact, before the trip Daszak stated this trip was just the first step. He said, “It can take years or even decades to find the cause of a new infectious disease”. How convenient.
When the WHO did go to the Wuhan lab, they met with a well-known virologist named Shi Shengli who was one of the first people to isolate the virus. Any discussion on the lab leak and gain-of-function research was discounted.
Shengli and many scientists stated the lab did not engineer the virus — but it could have been the virus was caught in the wild, used in lab experiences, and then escaped the lab by infecting a lab staff member.
That’s certainly different than the virus came from a pangolin or bat in the wet market. They had to give that “theory” up when it was discovered these animals weren’t even there.
In the recent congressional hearing, Dr. Fauci finally admitted “the lab leak hypothesis was not a conspiracy theory” as mainstream media pushed. And he continued to downplay the definition of a lab leak—parsing with the best of them.
He continued to deny any “gain-of-function” research being done at the Wuhan lab. And once again, he parsed his words, as there was no way he wanted to concede the NIH may have funded research in China that proved deadly to more than one million Americans.
Rep. Michael Cloud (R, Texas) said that Fauci held an “amazing ability to either forget what happened or then to find ways to shirk any sort of responsibility for the influence that was had.”
This social distancing wasn’t even a wild a– guess (wag). It wasn’t even a scientific wild a– guess (SWAG)!
But it was an effective strategy to paralyze most of America and keep people in fear.
Those decisions led to the “mask wearers” and the “mask deniers.”
We had the, “I’ll take every jab” group and the “I’m not taking any of them” group.
We had the “stay six feet away from me” and the “social distance deniers” group.
The government caused a lot of division in our country with neighbor against neighbor and family members against family member.
But maybe this was the real objective—to divide people. If so, the government was successful.
And we now have our government officials blowing it off and not taking any responsibility for anything.
Joseph Goebbels, chief propagandist for the Nazi Party, once stated, “A lie told once remains a lie, but a lie told a thousand times becomes the truth.” That appears to be part of the strategy the government used during this pandemic.
But wait! Not only are lockdowns back in vogue but so are masks. In many places those little six feet apart signs are still in place. The CDC is warning about the tripledemic coming…the tripledemic is coming…
The government’s solution? Get your shots—two of which are based on mRNA. They are rolling out the same solutions they did previously that didn’t work. And the ones they know didn’t work. They are hoping the sheeples forgot.
So, remind me again, Dr. Fauci … Why does it surprise you we aren’t compliant and don’t trust our government to tell us the truth.
Linda Boyle, RN, MSN, DM, was formerly the chief nurse for the 3rd Medical Group, JBER, and was the interim director of the Alaska VA. Most recently, she served as Director for Central Alabama VA Healthcare System. She is the director of the Alaska Covid Alliance.