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They Asked Fauci For Covid Help, What He Told Them Is GHOULISH!

For the greater part of a year, we have been told that comparing COVID-19 to the flu would make nothing more than dangerous virus-deniers. Indeed, that is the one thing that the establishment media told us for weeks on end regarding this pandemic. However, this rule did not seem to apply to one important figure within this COVID-19 pandemic (drum-roll please): Dr. Anthony Fauci.

That’s right. Although it’s a long story, apparently even Anthony Fauci believed at one point that it was perfectly okay to compare COVID-19 to the flu.

Our story begins with a publication called the Washington Free Beacon, which reported that one Jon LaPook, a chief medical correspondent for CBS News, once asked the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases how their network should the coronavirus in an email dated February 25th, 2020.

“Fauci was telling the network the ‘real and present danger’ of the seasonal flu even as the Centers for Disease Control was preparing to classify the tremendous spread of COVID-19 as a pandemic that very day,” according to the report.

At the time, Dr. Fauci was also going to great lengths to advise people to avoid “yielding to unreasonable fear” or to allow “the fear of the unknown” to overtake their day-to-day lives.

I’m not really sure what happened to this advice when Dr. Fauci decided that it was necessary to completely shut the country down for weeks upon weeks even though there wasn’t really enough evidence to justify such actions.

Of course, it wasn’t too long before the vaccines became more widely available, and then the “unknown” actually started becoming more widely known instead. It soon became apparent that vaccinated people were safe from COVID-19, but Dr. Fauci continued to push unnecessary mitigation measures.

Another curious aspect of this would be that it suggests a different stance entirely. Apparently, Dr. Fauci is not just a doctor; he is a master politician, every bit as good as the best of them. On the same day that he sent that email explaining that he didn’t think that COVID-19 was any worse than the common cold, he sent another email to a medical professional that said that he thought that COVID-19 “could be worse than you think.”

Dr. Fauci almost certainly had to have known just how dangerous the COVID-19 virus could be before he sent that email.On January 23, 2020, it was reported that the virus was already decimating China. “This virus has already claimed multiple lives and grabbed footholds on more than one continent and is now behind the largest quarantine in human history,” Jared Harris wrote in the Western Journal.

So why is it that Dr. Fauci was apparently contradicting himself? Well, one reason would probably be because he didn’t want to cause a panic. Interestingly enough, what Dr. Fauci was doing behind the scenes, Donald Trump was doing in public. In September 2020, Journalist Bob Woodward released interviews in which Trump discussed his desire not to stoke fear into the country. “I’ve always wanted to play it down,” he said to Woodward. “I don’t want to create a panic.”

Of course, it didn’t take long before the media got wind of what President Trump had said during this interview, and they went ahead and drew and quartered Trump as always, accusing him of trying to cover up the seriousness of the pandemic. However, is the media going to go after their favorite celebrity with the same fervor that they went after Trump? Probably not. However, Dr. Fauci’s emails reveal inconsistency after inconsistency, and they paint a portrait of a man who actually responded to this pandemic EVEN WORSE than his counterpart President Trump did, especially when you consider that Dr. Fauci has training in this area.

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