Anthony Fauci’s penchant for misleading the public about COVID-19 may be heading into a federal courtroom soon, owing to a lawsuit brought by the Attorneys General of Missouri, Louisiana, and the New Civil Liberties Alliance. On November 23, 2022, Fauci sat for a sworn deposition about his own actions in directing the United States’ pandemic response. Consistent with his past media appearances, Fauci displayed a penchant for bending the truth to fit his own narrative and, more specifically, denied his own involvement in suppressing the Great Barrington Declaration (GBD) in October 2020. Only this time, it was under oath.
Just about a year ago, on the anniversary date of October 5, 2021 to be exact, we took what we thought would be our retrospective and dispassionate look at the GBD, as lockdowns dissipated and mask mandates faded away. Two months later, AIER discovered a shocking revelation in emails received from a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to Fauci’s office. In early October of 2020, Dr. Francis Collins, then Director of the National Institutes of Health, ordered Fauci and his trusted lieutenant Clifford Lane to wage “a quick and devastating published take down (sic)” of the Great Barrington Declaration’s premises..............
But Anthony Fauci decided that he himself was the representative of science, and no other opinions would be welcome in the public sphere.
And it’s really not much of a surprise now that Fauci wants to forget
about all of this. It’s unseemly after all, that the Representative of
Science would target fellow scientists trying only to do their jobs. But
he will not be able to brush this mess under the carpet in his
retirement from the NIH. As his recent performance in the sworn
deposition indicates, Fauci’s evasions leave us with more questions than
answers – and more clues that he used his position as a top official at
a powerful government agency to persecute and suppress dissenting
scientific beliefs............To Read More....