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Did Fauci Lie Under Oath During His Deposition?


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Anthony Fauci on Wednesday was questioned under oath by Attorneys General Eric Schmitt (Missouri) and Jeff Landry (Louisiana) in their lawsuit against the federal government for allegedly colluding with Big Tech platforms to censor content critical of the experimental COVID-19 shots and countermeasures.

Fauci Questioned Under Oath in Big Tech Censorship Case

Eric Schmitt shared these key takeaways from Fauci’s deposition:

  • Fauci knew the Lab Leak theory had merit but it’d come back to him & sought to immediately discredit it
  • He defended lockdowns
  • The rest of us “don’t have the ability” to determine what’s best for ourselves

According to The Epoch Times, Fauci said he could not recall key details about his actions during the COVID-19 plandemic.

“It was amazing, literally, that we spent seven hours with Dr. Fauci – this is a man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon ‘the science, follow the science.’ And over the course of seven hours, we discovered that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his COVID response,” Landry told The Epoch Times.

“He just said, ‘I can’t recall, I haven’t seen that. And I think we need to put these documents into context,'” Landry added.

“It was extremely troubling to realize that this is a man who advises presidents of the United States and yet couldn’t recall information he put out, information he discussed, press conferences he held dealing with the COVID-19 response,” Landry said later.

Jenin Younes with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, another lawyer representing plaintiffs in the case, provided details regarding Fauci’s deposition.

From The Epoch Times:

Jenin Younes with the New Civil Liberties Alliance, another lawyer representing plaintiffs in the case, said that Fauci claimed he did not worry about a document called the Great Barrington Declaration.

Penned in October 2020, the document called for focused protection on people most at-risk from COVID-19 while rescinding the harsh restrictions that had been imposed on children and others at little risk from the disease. Two of its authors, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya and Martin Kulldorff, are plaintiffs in the case.

Fauci, though, has spoken multiple times about the declaration.

In internal emails that were later published, Fauci and Dr. Francis Collins, Fauci’s former boss, both criticized the declaration. “There needs to be a quick and devastating published takedown of its premises,” Collins wrote, prompting Fauci to send him a Wired magazine article he claimed “debunks this theory.”

In another missive, obtained by The Epoch Times through a Freedom of Information Act request, Fauci said the declaration reminded him of AIDS denialism.

Fauci also talked about the declaration in public, including defending his criticism during a congressional hearing in May.

“I have come out very strongly publicly against the Great Barrington Declaration,” Fauci wrote to Dr. Deborah Birx in another email.

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