Fauci is arguably the most evil man living in America today.
As a result of his dictates, Biden’s chief medical adviser has plunged America into the depths of despair.
He’s called for widespread masking of children despite the data that proves they’re unlikely to transmit COVID-19. Additionally, he’s ignored his own “science” to insist on mass vaccination efforts and increasing government overreach — even throwing support behind the use of vaccine passports.
A reporter from Newsmax, the leading conservative news outlet, revealed that Senator Rand Paul is seeking criminal charges against Dr. Fauci. His plan is to elicit the DOJ by writing a referral detailing all of Fauci’s crimes, including funding gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology.
Senator Rand Paul has announced that he's sending a criminal referral to the DOJ to investigate Dr. Fauci for the crime of lying to Congress.
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) July 21, 2021
The Kentucky Republican told Fox News Host Sean Hannity that he believes Fauci violated federal law by lying to Congress on numerous occasions. Most notably, his wild mistruths about directing taxpayer dollars to Wuhan for the purpose of researching multiple versions of SARS viruses, including COVID-19.
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) July 21, 2021
During a hearing in front of the Senate Health Committee on Tuesday, Paul and Fauci duked it out after Sen. Paul called out “America’s Doctor” for his previous lies before that very committee. Specifically, Paul referred to the role Fauci’s National Institute of Health played in funding controversial research in Wuhan, China — where many believe the virus leaked triggering the global pandemic.
Rand Paul grills Dr. Anthony Fauci about research in Wuhan: "All of the evidence is pointing that it came from the lab and there will be responsibility for those who funded the lab, including yourself." pic.twitter.com/2NnqDTg4bL
— Newsmax (@newsmax) July 21, 2021
Paul implied that Fauci misled Congress during May testimony, in which Fauci said that the United States had never funded Wuhan Institute of Virology gain-of-function projects, which involves making viruses more contagious or deadly in a laboratory.
Fauci rejected Paul’s claims at the hearing on Tuesday and said the senator does not know what he is talking about.
Author: Elizabeth Tierney