Fauci: I Made It All Up

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To some Americans, the COVID pandemic interrupted their lives but didn’t do lasting harm. The draconian measures taken by so many of our “leaders” were an inconvenience but not a game-changer. Maybe you watched a little more Netflix, curbed your social activities for a bit.


But for others—like me—it’s deeply personal, and the ramifications of what they did still resonate to this day.

My son struggled in his first year of college, so it was with immense pride that our extended family made plans to attend his graduation. Only, that commencement never happened—we got a Zoom ceremony.  

I’m blessed with twin daughters, who were just starting high school when it all went down. They spent two years in our living room – alongside my eldest daughter, who had been inexplicably sent home from college, and all three—but especially the impressionable twins—slowly had their purpose and zest for life sucked out of their souls.

I’m happy to report that we have fought—and fought hard—to bring them back, and now they’re wonderful vibrant young people. But the journey was long and difficult.  

I will not forget. What they did to us. Too many have simply chalked it up to, “Oh, well, that happened.” But we must never ever lose sight of what happened, and we must ensure that it never happens again.


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But now the truth is out: they made it all up. Many of their decisions weren’t based on “science.” They were literally just throwing out whatever sounded good. They ruined lives, they stomped on our liberties, they sucked away the soul of America—all because they could.


The saintly doctor, who often portrays himself as some sort of messiah, was simply full of it:

Speaking to counsel on behalf of the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic earlier this year, Fauci told Republicans that the six foot social distancing rule 'sort of just appeared' and that he did not recall how it came about. 

'You know, I don't recall. It sort of just appeared,' he said according to committee transcripts when pressed on how the rule came about. 

He added he 'was not aware of studies' that supported the social distancing, conceding that such studies 'would be very difficult' to do. 

In addition to not recalling any evidence supporting social distancing, Fauci also told the committee's counsel that he didn't remember reading anything to support that masking kids would prevent COVID.

And, despite his repeated denials and Big Tech’s censorship campaign against anyone who dared suggest that the Wuhan virus might have come out of the—ahem—Wuhan Institute of Virology, the dishonest doctor admitted that perhaps we were right all along:

Further, the former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) told the counsel that he believes the lab leak theory—the idea that COVID began at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV)—is a real 'possibility.' 

'I think people have made conspiracy aspects from it,' he said, adding 'it could be a lab leak.' 

'So I think that in and of itself isn't inherently a conspiracy theory, but some people spin off things from that that are kind of crazy.'

His admission that COVID may have began at the WIV comes four years after he backed the publication of a paper which threw cold water on the lab leak theory called the 'Proximal Origin' paper. 


What they did—Whitmer, Fauci, Newsom, Cuomo, Biden, and all their cohorts—may be a distant memory for many. But I will never forget, and it was my wake-up call to the fact that tyranny can happen here—even in America. Whoever isn’t standing up to this autocracy is allowing it to happen.


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