Dr. Fauci made one statement that will have you pulling your hair out

The COVID regime has yet to suffer any consequences for the last two years.

Dr. Anthony Fauci is hastily retiring before Republicans take back control of the House in January.

And Dr. Fauci made one statement that will have you pulling your hair out.

As the de facto face of the COVID regime, Dr. Anthony Fauci has a lot to answer for.

He told numerous lies about the virus and the vaccine, yet he’s been treated like a hero by the so-called mainstream media.

Fauci, the highest paid employee in the federal government, announced that he was retiring this month, conveniently before the new Congressional session begins and Republicans have control of the House.

Nevertheless, Fauci is still being forced to answer questions about his role in censoring online content about COVID.

During a deposition as part of a lawsuit regarding Big Tech censorship, Fauci was asked, “Do you have an opinion about whether people should be allowed to post on social media opinions that you think, for example, are dangerous and might lead to loss of life? What’s your view on that?”

Fauci replied, “You know, again, you say allowed, I don’t know what the legal or other First Amendment issues are associated with that. That’s not my lane or my area of expertise…As a physician and a scientist and a public health person, I’m very sensitive to the fact that disinformation, including some of the disinformation that we discussed that, for example, has people avoid lifesaving interventions, is dangerous to health…I’m not an expert in the legal and other aspects of that to make an informed comment. I would leave that to experts. I told you I’m not someone fluent in the ins and outs of what could or should be on social media, so I don’t really have any comment on that, because that’s not an area that I’ve seriously thought about and analyzed about the pros and cons of that.”

This is Fauci attempting to downplay his role in censoring “misinformation” about COVID.

Not only was Fauci in contact with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who was censoring information based on Fauci’s declarations about COVID, but Fauci conspired to discredit epidemiologists who disagreed with his method of treatment.

Dr. Francis Collins, who recently retired as head of the NIH, wrote to Fauci in an email, “This proposal from the three fringe epidemiologists who met with the Secretary seems to be getting a lot of attention — and even a co-signature from Nobel Prize winner Mike Leavitt at Stanford. There needs to be a quick and devastating published takedown of its premises. I don’t see anything like that online yet — is it underway?”

Those “fringe” epidemiologists were at Harvard, Stanford, and Oxford.

Fauci went on to assure Collins that a hit piece was incoming.

Dr. Fauci is attempting to wipe his hands of the censorship regime that has taken place over the past two years, but he’s knee-deep in it.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for more on this developing story.

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