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Former CDC director Robert Redfield: I was “sidelined” & “threatened” for taking the lab leak theory seriously
https://notthebee.com/article/former-cdc-director-robert-redfield-says-he-was-sidelined-and-threatened-for-taking-the-lab-leak-theory-seriously Former CDC director Robert Redfield: I was “sidelined” & “threatened” for taking the lab leak theory seriouslyOf course he was.Fraudulent Fauci does not want to hang for his crime against humanity.
idarthor said, on August 16, 2021 at 10:46 pmRe: 2.4 – Lab Leak: This suddenly got a lot more acceptable to talk about after Biden’s election and it wasn’t just a Trump Issue. Several Dem-leaning commentators/media suddenly started talking about how we needed to take the possibility seriously some months ago, US intelligence was instructed to look into it etc, but it seems to have died down a bit for whatever reason.Personally, I was convinced to not really care about this by a @dsquareddigest twitter take:“an investigation into a totalitarian state which lies all the time, carried out by an intelligence service which lies all the time is simply not going to give an answer. you can’t develop a better algorithm to find the true value of one divided by zero.”
Biden Admin Recommends COVID-19 Booster Shots, Will Start Wide Distribution on Sept. 20BY JACK PHILLIPS August 18, 2021The United States will begin widely distributing COVID-19 booster shots next month and will recommend them for most Americans who received the vaccine, according to several top federal health officials.
CDC Director: ‘Concerning Evidence’ Shows COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness ‘Waning’ Against Delta VariantBY JACK PHILLIPS August 18, 2021Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said that data sourced from Israel on COVID-19 vaccines show that the efficacy of the shots has dropped among individuals who received their vaccines early on.
You need another injection!And another!And another!Injections without end, for the profit of Pfizer!
Fauci is 80 years old…. Most 80 year olds I know don’t really care about money anymore if they can go on vacations, spend time with family and pay for their meds to live a pain free existence.
Big Pharma is no different than the cartels or mafia. You don't do government work and not get sucked into shady shit over 40+ years.
Top SpendersLobbying Client Total SpentUS Chamber of Commerce $29,630,000National Assn of Realtors $18,133,428Pharmaceutical Research & Manufacturers of America $15,218,000American Hospital Assn $12,121,176Blue Cross/Blue Shield $12,018,300American Medical Assn $10,880,000Amazon.com $10,190,000Facebook Inc $9,560,000Business Roundtable $8,840,000Raytheon Technologies $8,230,000National Assn of Manufacturers $7,710,000Lockheed Martin $7,467,350Comcast Corp $6,720,000Northrop Grumman $6,690,000Pfizer Inc $6,670,000NCTA The Internet & Television Assn $6,570,000Biotechnology Innovation Organization $6,560,000America's Health Insurance Plans $6,410,000Boeing Co $6,170,000CTIA (cellular) $5,930,000
And this is all peanuts for them. Congressmen are not just whores, they are very very cheap whores.
He's been bought and paid for and likely has threat of death over him and his family if he doesn't comply. Big Pharma is likely looking for a replacement given his age.
Dr. Fauci On GOP Criticism: ‘Attacks On Me, Quite Frankly, Are Attacks On Science’forbes.comAlex Berenson@AlexBerensonAug 18What if, work with me here, it's The Science (TM) that's attacking Fauci?
What’s the point then If any of this is true… no one is immune to bribery or death threats then, so no one can be trusted. That’s some pretty dark Ozark style storyline. I don’t doubt there’s a lot of corruption… but you make it sound like it’s futile to ever do anything to buck the system, because the pharmaceutical mafia will kill your grandkids. I would think there’s a very powerful ying and yang of corrupt and anti corrupt forces. They threaten to kill Fauci, he makes a call to someone he trusts and has that person killed first.
In August 2020, President Trump named Dr. Scott Atlas as a special adviser on coronavirus. Like Fauci, Atlas is a physician, although he comes from outside the public health establishment. Unlike Fauci, Atlas did not support lockdowns.Within weeks, Fauci attacked Atlas, telling CNN that Atlas was giving Trump information that was “either taken out of context or actually incorrect.” But Fauci hoped he and Atlas could find common scientific ground, he said:If I have an issue with someone, I'll try and sit down with them and let them know why I differ with them and see if we can come to some sort of resolution. I mean my differences with Dr. Atlas, I'm always willing to sit down and talk with him.Which made an interview Fauci gave to Politico in January 2021, after Biden took over, particularly interesting. Asked about Atlas, Fauci responded, “He didn’t undermine me, because I didn’t give a shit about him. I didn’t really care what he said.”I didn’t give a shit about him.So much for a sitting down and talking. Or a reasoned conversation about the pros and cons of lockdowns. With the public health establishment and the media on his side, Fauci was untouchable, and he knew it.Occasionally, if Fauci were challenged hard, his mask would slip even in public. Tennessee senator Rand Paul found this out when he pushed Fauci on whether the NIH had funded “gain-of-function” research in China - research designed to make viruses more dangerous.“Senator Paul, you do not know what you are talking about, quite frankly,” Fauci answered.Quite frankly became a Fauci catchphrase of sorts.Asked in October 2020 about the possibility of reaching widespread immunity against the coronavirus without waiting for a vaccine, he answered, “Quite frankly that is nonsense, and anybody who knows anything about epidemiology will tell you that that is nonsense and very dangerous.”Anybody who knows anything about epidemiology apparently did not include the epidemiologists who had suggested the possibility.But Fauci’s most stunning comment came two months ago, in an interview with MSNBC.“Quite frankly, the attacks on me are attacks on science,” he said. “If you are trying to, you know, get at me as a public health official and a scientist, you're really attacking not only Dr. Anthony Fauci, you're attacking science...”This level of arrogance would seem almost absurd if the stakes were not so high.But they are.The United States desperately needs a full and independent investigation into what Fauci and other officials knew about the risks of gain of function research and whether they worked to steer scientists and reporters away from examining the origins of the virus in 2020. Such an inquiry may turn out to be embarrassing for Fauci, but it should have happened already.Even more importantly, data from Israel and increasingly the United States show that the mRNA vaccines Fauci championed are far less effective than they seemed months ago.A rational response to their plunging effectiveness would be - at the least - to stop encouraging their use while scientists investigate why they have stopped working so quickly. Instead Fauci is pressing Americans to take a third mRNA dose in the hope it will work better and longer than the original two.But no clinical trial data shows a third dose will reduce infections, much less hospitalizations or deaths. And a research preprint released Monday (Aug. 23) in Japan suggests the Delta variant could evolve in a way that could produce vaccine antibody-dependent enhancement, a nightmare scenario.Figuring out whether this risk is real - and what to do if it is - will require open debate that may include uncomfortable moments for the public health advocates who have pressed these vaccines.Instead, Tony Fauci has taken the position that questioning him is attacking science.Unless he changes - or is forced to change - his attitude - we may have a hard time finding the answers we need.
Colby@ColbySanford1313hReplying to @RWMaloneMDAre these the same agencies that said the Taliban wouldn’t defeat the Afghan military?D Morris@DMKNOWS6hReplying to @RWMaloneMDGood thing there is no business relationships between Jeff Bezos and the CIA to cloud their judgement.Oh wait...
I Am Not A Number@Adrian___Harvey13hReplying to @RWMaloneMDIt might not have been created as a bio weapon, but it certainly works well as one. What a happy accident eh Dr Fauci?
Henry Tuesday@2oosday13hReplying to @RWMaloneMDRight, like they think we believe 'intelligence experts'? Those are professional liars paid by oligarchs to control the masses. lolWrappedLac79@WLac794hReplying to @RWMaloneMDThe same people that said Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. Totally credible people.
A new poll shows that more than half of Americans have had it with Dr. Anthony Fauci, allegedly the nation’s leading infectious disease expert.
Drew Holden@DrewHolden360Jul 28🧵THREAD🧵We’ve all seen the various flip-flops of the CDC and Dr. Anthony Fauci over the last 18 months. To help keep track, I present “Fauci vs. Fauci,” chronicling the twists, turns, contradictions and backtracks from the man and his agency.⤵️
Latest US Intel Report Helps China Hinder Probe Into COVID-19 OriginNo mention of US-funded gain-of-function research at the Wuhan Institute of VirologyLloyd Billingsley September 1, 2021The U.S. Intelligence Community (IC) “remains divided on the most likely origin of COVID-19,” according to an unclassified report released on Aug...
Newly-Released Documents Detail US-Funded Coronavirus Research at Wuhan Institute of Virology: ReportBY KATABELLA ROBERTS September 7, 2021New documents have been released detailing U.S.-funded research on various types of coronaviruses at the Wuhan Institute of Virology (WIV) in Wuhan, China, where the first outbreak of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus occurred.
Wuhan lab documents show Fauci ‘untruthful’ about gain-of-function research
Markson also noted Dr. Anthony Fauci's National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases funded, in part, 65 experiments at the Wuhan lab, including the dangerous gain-of-function research that many investigators believe triggered the pandemic.Ratcliffe said that despite the denials of Fauci and the British researcher funded by NIAID, Peter Daszak, U.S. intelligence has evidence that gain-of-function research and research on live bats was going on there.In a 2012 paper, Fauci argued the benefits of gain-of-function research outweigh the risk of a pandemic.
How in the hell is that legal?
So Daszak/Fauci did gain-of-function research to infect humanized mouse cells. How in the hell is that legal?
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