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Get A Load of Dr. Fauci’s New Talking Points on COVID

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Fauci has new talking points on COVID as he attempts to mask his mess.

After years of pushing lockdowns, social distancing, forced masking, and forced vaccine injections, Dr. Anthony Fauci is suddenly downplaying the necessity of masks and other overly restrictive measures. Now Fauci says each individual should decide for themselves whether they want to wear a mask or attend public social gatherings.

Why the sudden change? Fauci has been widely condemned for allowing politics to interfere with the science and impact official guidance on how to best combat coronavirus.

Fauci’s long history of hypocrisy, flip-flops, and failed predictions has caused many Americans not to trust him.

To explain his hypocrisy and flip-flops, Fauci said, “When you have an evolving situation and data are rapidly evolving in something that is unprecedented and unknown, you have to evolve with it and look at the data as it exists now and make to the best of your ability a decision, a recommendation, all the kinds of things that go into the evolution.”

Appearing on ABC, Fauci now says that “each individual is going to have to make their calculation of the amount of risk that they want to take in going to indoor dinner is going to functions even within the realm of a green zone.”

The CDC has now labeled most of the country as a “green zone,” which indicates a “low” level of concern regarding infection. Fauci also admits, “We’re going to have to live with some degree of virus in the community.”

These comments come in stark contrast to earlier statements from Fauci that suggested masks are necessary despite lower risks and the virus must be eradicated even to a greater extent than current “green zones.”

The CDC and Fauci are accused of allowing politics to interfere with guidance on combatting the virus.

The CDC was recently exposed for colluding with a major teachers’ union to create guidance for reopening schools. This prevented schools from reopening, which was not based solely on science.

Leaked emails from Fauci show his personal involvement in a cover-up scandal that allowed politics to interfere with the science and the truth.

A new investigative report, published by Vanity Fair, revealed that Fauci purposefully downplayed the role played by the Wuhan lab in China as well as the lab leak theory for the origins of the coronavirus.

CDC Director Dr. Robert Redfield initially told Fauci to vigorously investigate both the lab-leak and natural origins theories of virus in early 2020.

However, Fauci reportedly pushed back against the possibility of the lab leak theory, denouncing it as a conspiracy theory and waging a PR campaign to shut it down.

Former National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins also strongly pushed back against scientists who raised legitimate questions about the origins of the virus.

Dr. Fauci and Collins reportedly believed that the lab leak theory could implicate the NIH’s financial support for the non-governmental group EcoHealth Alliance and risky bat virus research in China.

The House Oversight Committee in Congress also confirmed this information in a statement that alleges Dr. Fauci concealed information from Americans.

The investigative report analyzes more than 100,000 internal EcoHealth documents, interviewing five former staff members, and speaking with 33 other sources.

Vanity Fair’s Katherine Eban uncovered how EcoHealth Alliance operated in a world of “murky grant agreements, flimsy oversight, and the pursuit of government funds for scientific advancement, in part by pitching research of steeply escalating risk.”

Fast-forwarding over a year, Fauci is finally changing his tune with these new talking points.

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