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Fauci FOIA Emails: The Smoking Gun that Completely Exposes the Fraud – “I Do Not Recommend That You Wear a Mask”


A series of email exchanges to and from Dr. Fraudci during the height of COVID-19 hysteria revealed undeniable evidence of the doctor’s fraud and incompetence.

The effectiveness of face diapers.

Gain-of-Function Research.

COVID-19 mortality rate.

COVID-19 origin.


The leaked emails show an astronomical amount of either corruption, ignorance, or plain incompetence.

Let’s go through some of the emails.

Starting with the use of face diapers:

The mask you get at the store isn’t effective at stopping the virus.

You don’t recommend wearing it.

Gotcha Fauci!

Moving on to what many people knew was always false, the COVID-19 mortality rate.

Fauci comments that the mortality rate is 2%.

Could you imagine the death toll if that was anywhere remotely accurate?

Not your brightest hour Fauci.

We heard natural immunity post-COVID infection would only last a few months.

Fauci privately disagreed and said to expect substantial amounts of immunity post-infection.

Where’s the apology to Rand Paul?

Despite Fauci’s fierce denials that the NIH funded Gain-of-Function research, it was labeled “IMPORTANT” in this exchange.

When the possibility of a lab leak in Wuhan causing the virus came to his attention, Fauci ignored it and passed the email off to a colleague.

Doesn’t that sound like information we should know Fauci?

When a scientist warned Fauci that the CCP was lying about its data, what was his response?

Woah, this email is too long to read.

After combing through these emails, any person with common sense would want Fraudci fired for incompetence and investigated for corruption.

In a just society, the mainstream press would be all over these revelations.

But like establishment lapdogs, the media managed to paint Fauci in a positive light.

From Fake News CNN:

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases — and a doctor for the National Institutes of Health for more than 50 years — Fauci had worked under six US presidents including then-President Donald Trump before he became the public face of the federal response to Covid-19.
It didn’t take long for questions to come streaming into his inbox, often from news stations across the globe and radio shows asking for several minutes of his time for an interview.
Howard Bauchner, editor-in-chief of JAMA emailed Fauci on February 5 with a note at the bottom, “You surviving — worried a bit about your workload.”
“Am hanging in there,” Fauci replied, according to the emails obtained by BuzzFeed. “Feels like my internship and first year residency when I was on every other night and every other weekend, but actually never left the hospital because the patients were so sick.”
Several weeks later, National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins, Fauci’s boss, attached a short reminder at the end of his email to Fauci: “Get some sleep!”
In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer in June, Fauci called the work “exhausting.”
“I’m chronically fatigued, I don’t get a lot of sleep,” he said. “I’m constantly briefing, talking, doing things, hopefully getting the right cause out.”
And if the exhaustion ever turned to frustration, Fauci certainly never let it show. His exchanges — however short — always seemed pleasant. “Let us discuss,” he’d signal to his team when a new request came in. “Thank you for your note,” was often his response to the scores of thankful notes streaming in.
Despite a plate already overflowing with a pandemic raging out of control, Fauci found the time to respond to notes of support and questions for medical advice — even when they came from complete strangers.
When someone reached out on March 4 with a question on whether pneumonia vaccines could provide some protection against severe Covid-19, Fauci responded in detail about an hour later.
“Oh my god,” the person wrote back, according the emails published by BuzzFeed. “I honestly never expected you to reply and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for being so generous.”
When a doctor emailed him in late February suspecting a patient may have coronavirus, Fauci advised on next steps, the emails published by BuzzFeed show.
“Do not hesitate to call or e-mail me,” he signed off.
To those who reached out fearful of what could be coming, Fauci was honest — both about what experts knew and didn’t know.
And from The Guardian

The emails offer a window into the chaos, panic and confusion of the time, and of the considerable difficulties Fauci faced as a prominent figure in the White House coronavirus taskforce serving Trump as the Republican US president.

As Fauci, kept on as a leading Covid adviser to Joe Biden, recently told the Post: “I was getting every single kind of question, mostly people who were a little bit confused about the mixed messages that were coming out of the White House and wanted to know what’s the real scoop.

“I have a reputation that I respond to people when they ask for help, even if it takes a long time. And it’s very time consuming, but I do.”

Among the emails obtained by the Post is one in which he speaks of the “crazy people in this world”, whom Fauci appeared to blame for politicizing the crisis, and who ultimately led to him receiving a full-time security team amid threats from extremist critics.

Others detail his wrangling with White House officials, including an exchange with Marc Short. an aide for the then vice-president, Mike Pence. The context is unclear, but according to the heavily redacted email Short wrote: “You correctly noticed the symptoms but misdiagnosed the root cause.”

“Thanks for the note. Understood,” is Fauci’s reply.

Others show correspondence with counterparts in other countries, such as a reply to George Gao, director of the Chinese center for disease control and prevention. Gao appeared to be seeking Fauci’s forgiveness for the words “big mistake” that were attributed to him in relation to his American counterpart in an article early on in the crisis about the US not advising the public to wear masks.

“That was [a] journalist’s wording. Hope you understand,” Gao wrote.

“I understand completely. No problem. We will get through this together,” Fauci replied.

Despite the lies and deceit, they’ll do anything to protect their darling Fraudci.


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