Why isn't the media investigating this?
Comments made by Robert Kennedy Jr. back in July are just now going viral.
Kennedy Jr. claimed that Dr. Fauci will make millions from a COVID-19 vaccine and that Fauci "owns half the patent" of the vaccine.
The comments were made during a debate in July with Harvard Attorney Alan Dershowitz.
Specifically, Kennedy Jr. claimed:
The problem is Anthony Fauci put $500 million of our dollars into that vaccine. He owns half the patent. He and these five guys who are working for him were entitled to collect royalties from that.
So you have a corrupt system and now they have a vaccine that is too big to fail. And instead of saying this was a terrible, terrible mistake, they are saying we are going to order 2 billion doses of this and you’ve got to understand Alan with these COVID vaccines these companies are playing with house money. They’re not spending any dime, they have no liability. Well if they kill 20 people or 200 people or 2,000 people in their clinical trials, big deal. They have zero liability. And guess what, they’ve wasted none of their money because we’re giving them money to play with.
The full debate has already garnered 712,151 views on YouTube.
You can view Kennedy Jr.'s comments as well as the entire debate below:
But that's not all.
Dr. Fauci will also receive an award for "commitment to social change."
Guess who else is receiving the award...
Rush Limbaugh discussed Kennedy Jr.'s claims against Fauci as well as the award on his program:
Look at this. Dr. Fauci and Colin Kaepernick are gonna receive the award for commitment to social change. Oh, by the way, last night I guess there was an NBA game. The players kneeled again. In the postgame they talked to LeBron James. There wasn’t a thing about the game. It was all about social justice, all about Trump, all about all this other garbage that people do not tune in to watch a basketball game for.
But this is very telling. Dr. Fauci, Colin Kaepernick being bestowed the RFK Nipple of Hope Award — sorry. Ripple. Ripple. What did I say, nipple? Well, that could actually work here, the Nipple of Hope Award. RFK, that’d be Robert F. Kennedy, Nipple of Hope Award, this year they are both being given the award for — ready for this? — their commitment to social change.
I thought Dr. Fauci was in medicine. I thought Dr. Fauci was in infectious diseases. I thought Dr. Fauci said that all this kind of stuff doesn’t matter to him. That he is a doctor. But he’s gonna get the Nipple of Hope Award from the RFK whatever it is foundation because of his commitment to social change. He’ll be right up there with Colin Kaepernick.
In fact, the RFK award website says this: The 52nd annual Robert F. Kennedy Nipple of Hope Award — sorry, ripple, ripple, Ripple of Hope Award celebrates outstanding change makers who are working to advance equality, justice, and human rights during extraordinarily challenging times.
So, look. Somebody help me. What has Dr. Fauci done to warrant an award for his commitment to social change? What has Dr. Fauci done that advances equality — as these leftists define this — advance equality, justice, and human rights? Don’t forget, Dr. Fauci’s supposed to be the nation’s foremost expert on vaccines. That doesn’t seem to have a whole lot to do with social change, but what do I know? I’m just a guy on the radio. In fact, can anybody even name one vaccine that Dr. Fauci has ever helped develop?
Oh. Speaking of which, I have a story in The Stack today — I think it’s from Gateway Pundit — that Dr. Fauci holds a patent on one of the drugs being tested as a vaccine and stands to make $500 million from it. I think it’s Gateway Pundit. I’ll get to it as the program unfolds. I saw that, and I said, is this really true? Is this a conspiracy story, ’cause there’s so much out there. You know, weeding through the news today and making sure that you don’t get fooled by some wild-ass conspiracy theories, it’s getting tougher and tougher and tougher to do.
Anyway, Dr. Fauci is supposed to be our foremost expert on vaccines, which I don’t know what vaccines have to do with social change. I mean, in a political sense. I don’t know of a vaccine that Dr. Fauci has helped developed. He tried. Everybody was trying to find an AIDS vaccine, but we don’t have one. Zika? No, we don’t have one. Ebola? No, we don’t have one. West Nile virus? No, we don’t have one. And now COVID-19. No, we don’t have one. We don’t have a vaccine for any of these. But he’s a wizard at social change.
You know what? I know what it is. Social change is locking down the country. Dr. Fauci’s constantly agitating for that, is he not? That would be social change, as in destroying the economy.
Here is who talked about Dr. Fauci. Grab sound bite number 23. This is all the way back on July 23rd, the YouTube talk show Valuetainment. Waterkeeper Alliance founder, the activist Robert Kennedy Jr., debated the former Harvard Law School professor Alan “the Dersch” Dershowitz about the coronavirus vaccine. And here is what RFK Jr. said.
"Anthony Fauci put $500 million of our dollars into that vaccine. He owns half the patent. He has five guys who are working for him who are entitled to collect royalties from that. So you have a corrupt system and now they’ve got a vaccine and it’s too big to fail."
During a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic, our foremost experts should be focused on public safety, not "social change."
Many users on social media are questioning the intentions and actions of those in charge of the government's response.
In addition to Kennedy Jr.'s claims that Fauci owns "half the patent" and will make millions off the vaccine, Fauci was caught saying that he isn't "particularlly concerned" about the safety of the vaccine.
As one of our health experts, shouldn't he be VERY concerned about the safety of the vaccine? We should want to make sure that the vaccine is SAFE for the public!
According to CNBC:
White House coronavirus advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday he is “not particularly concerned” about the safety risk of a potential coronavirus vaccine by Moderna, despite the fact that it uses new technology to fight the virus.
The vaccine, which entered a large phase-three human trial Monday, uses messenger ribonucleic acid, or mRNA molecules, to provoke an immune response to fight the virus. Scientists hope mRNA, which relays genetic instructions from DNA, can be used to train the immune system to recognize and destroy the virus. While early studies show promise, mRNA technology has never been used to make a successful vaccine before.
“It’s a novel technology. We are certainly aware of the fact that there’s not as much experience with this type of platform as there are with other standards,” Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, told reporters on a conference call alongside National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins.
“I’m not particularly concerned,” Fauci said. “But I don’t want a lack of severe concern to get in the way that we are keeping an open mind to look for any possible deleterious effects as we get into and through the phase-three trial.”
Scientists could know whether a potential coronavirus vaccine by Moderna works as early as October but will likely have the full results by November, Fauci said.
Moderna, which is working in collaboration with the NIH, announced earlier in the day that it began its late-stage trial for its vaccine. The trial will enroll at least 30,000 participants across at least 87 locations, according to ClinicalTrials.gov. Participants in the experimental arm will receive a 100 microgram dose of the potential vaccine on the first day and another 29 days later. Some patients will receive a placebo.
If approved by the Food and Drug Administration, Moderna’s experimental vaccine would be the first of its kind. Researchers will follow participants after the phase-three trial for one year to monitor the vaccine’s potential safety risks and two years to monitor its efficacy, Fauci said.
Fauci said he hopes the vaccine will have an efficacy of at least 60%, meaning on average the vaccine reduces a person’s risk of a Covid-19 infection by 60%. “Obviously, we would like to see it much, much higher. But 60% is the standard that you do for the cutoff. That’s not unusual,” he said. “I would like to see the highest percentage that we could possibly get.”
Because the vaccine is so new, there are lots of unknowns.
For example, are there any side effects? How long will the vaccine work? Are there any instances where someone shouldn't take the vaccine?
You would think that a public health expert would prioritize SAFETY.
Our leaders should be fighting for the safety and health of all Americans, not playing politics as usual.