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Fauci Regrets Nothing – and Remembers Nothing

Anthony Fauci deserves to go down in the annals of American history as one of the great villains of all time, right up there alongside Benedict Arnold, John Wilkes Booth, and the Rosenbergs.

In our comprehensive Lessons Learned Covid report, we showed that Fauci’s signature policy package of lockdowns, closures, and mandates was an economic, education, and health catastrophe, killing about 25 times as many people as it saved.

But during his testimony, Fauci, unswayed by reality, regrets nothing even as of yesterday.  Texas Rep. Michael Cloud ran through this list, and Fauci defended every single one:

Fauci defends it all by saying it made sense “early on when 5,000 people were dying a day.”  It’s unclear why a high death total from a virus would justify layering a man-made epidemic on top of viral deaths via lockdowns and societal disruption if those actions don’t have any significant effect on viral transmission.  And they didn’t.  But we were also struck that he used such a wildly inflated number.

The actual first wave daily death peak (underlying cause of death COVID) per CDC’s WONDER database was 2324, for the week ending April 18, 2020.

The all-time peak was 3415, for the week ending January 9, 2021 — after many, many months of failed Faucism.

He’s still lying about the numbers to spread fear right to the end.

Fauci also claimed to know nothing about his adviser’s FOIA avoidance scheme or the “secret backchannel” to him.  He likely lied repeatedly about his funding of gain of function research and suppression of dissent on lab leak.  He basically denied everything and then headed over to CNN for a celebratory interview.

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