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NEW EMAILS HIGHLIGHT The Gates And Fauci Connection


The more we find out about Fauci the less we trust him.

It was reported earlier that Fauci and Gates were connected, and had plans for how to handle The Covid-19 outbreak. This is not news in and of itself, but now we have some of the actual communication between the two.

According to emails first obtained by The Washington Post, Gates and Fauci discussed vaccine options among other things. Could it be that the two had more sinister plans in store for humanity?

Judging by either one’s track record I wouldn’t rule it out.

Take a look:

The Washington Post had more:

On April 1, the emails show, Fauci spoke by phone with Gates about a global vaccine effort. The doctor said he was “enthusiastic about moving forward on a collaborative and hopefully synergistic approach to COVID-19” involving federal health agencies and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, according to the emails.

Gates quickly relayed the conversation to Emilio Emini, a top foundation executive who was tasked with coordinating vaccine efforts. Emini immediately emailed Fauci — and raised concerns about the doctor’s health.

“I see you on TV almost every day, and although you continue to have considerable energy, I am seriously worried about you,” Emini wrote. “The nation and the world absolutely need your leadership.”

Fauci wrote back at 1:53 a.m., saying, “I will try to engage as much as I can given my current circumstances.”

In an interview, Fauci said he has had a long-standing relationship with Gates, whose foundation focuses on global vaccine access, among other issues. He said that he and Gates talk about every two weeks and that they have remained in touch about how to get coronavirus vaccines to the rest of the world.

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CNBC had an earlier report on the pair:

Dr. Anthony Fauci and billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates talk regularly these days, and as you would imagine, they mostly talk about ending the pandemic.

More specifically, right now, “we’re talking a lot about these variants and what that will do,” Gates, whose Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has committed $1.75 billion to the fight against Covid-19, told Frances Stead Sellers during a Washington Post Live Special Wednesday. There are multiple Covid variants, emerging from the United Kingdom, South Africa and Brazil, which spread more easily and quickly.

While the new variants don’t affect the ability to diagnose Covid, “it does mess up the antibodies,” Gates said. “To some degree, it’ll affect the vaccines.”

The mRNA vaccines from Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech currently in use in the U.S. and other countries appear to provide a degree of protection against the U.K. and South African strains. However, the AstraZeneca vaccine, which is approved for emergency use in the U.K. and India, only offers “minimal protection” against mild to moderate disease caused by the South African coronavirus variant. Johnson & Johnson, which applied for emergency use authorization in the U.S. Feb. 4, also said its vaccine provides less protection on the South African strain.


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