This article appeared online at TheNewAmerican.com on Monday, April 13, 2020:
Following Dr. Anthony Fauci’s appearance on CNN on Sunday where he said that earlier intervention by the president “could have saved more lives,” DeAnna Lorraine (a Republican who is challenging Nancy Pelosi in November) tweeted:
Fauci is now saying that had Trump listened to the medical experts earlier he could’ve saved more lives.
Fauci was telling people on February 29th that there was nothing to worry about and it posed no threat to the US public at large.
And then she ended her tweet with this: “Time to #FireFauci…”
The president considered her tweet as “fake news” and defended his position that he responded to the threat in a timely manner:
Sorry Fake News. It’s all on tape. I banned [travelers from] China long before people spoke up.
But the Wall Street Journal saw the #FireFauci hashtag and noted that “Dr. Fauci … has drawn denunciations from the right, who have questioned his advice and whether it helped contribute to the economy’s free fall.”
The Journal added:
Criticism of Dr. Fauci has persisted, with right-wing conspiracy theorists attacking him online as part of a “deep state” plot to undermine the president’s reelection. Others have said the doctor’s push for Americans to stay at home has been overkill given the economic damage.
Whether there is a conspiracy is an open question. Whether there has been horrific damage to the economy as a result of Trump’s following Fauci’s advice is not.
Fauci has been a fixture in Washington for 36 years, advising six presidents, including Ronald Reagan, the two Bushes, Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, and Trump. It is fair to say that few in history have had that type of access to presidents from both parties.
Fauci has been active in promoting global vaccination protocols for years, joining Margaret Chan, former director general of the World Health Organization (WHO); Anthony Lake, executive director of UNICEF; and Tachi Yamada, president of global health at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Their Global Vaccine Action Plan pushes worldwide vaccinations, including the use of ID technologies to track those who are vaccinated and those who aren’t.
Investigative reporter Dennis Behreandt dug deep into the matter for The New American and concluded that
If technocrats such as Gates achieve their aims, Americans will not be able to shop, work, travel, or do anything else without their vaccine/health ID, which will almost certainly end up in some sort of technological and possibly injectable form.
This likely would then be combined in the future with your credit score and other social scores, becoming an all-encompassing tracking and management technology for the world’s population.
This is the background needed to understand Dr. Fauci’s comments about using a national health ID as another tool to combat the virus. He told CNN:
You know, it’s possible. I mean, it’s one of those things that we talk about when we want to make sure that we know who the vulnerable people are and not. This is something that’s being discussed. I think it might actually have some merit, under certain circumstances.
Fauci is certainly on board with Big Pharma and would be happy to provide the vaccinations for the world’s eight billion people. A video of a presentation by Shiva Ayyadurai explores the link between Dr. Fauci and Big Pharma here.
And then there’s the video of a keynote speech Dr. Fauci made entitled “Pandemic Preparedness in the next Administration” at Georgetown University on January 10, 2017 in which he said:
The history of the last 32 years that I have been the director of the NIAID [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases] will tell the next administration [of Donald Trump] that there is no doubt they will be face with the challenges that predecessors were faced with.
There will be no doubt…
There is proof positive of Dr. Fauci’s close ties, almost romantic in nature, with Hillary Clinton. Released by Wikileaks and available online are these two. One is dated June 2, 2012 and sent by Fauci to Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s chief of staff:
Subject: Remarks of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton at “A World in Transition: Charting a new Path in Global Health”
Wow! Very rarely does a speech bring me to tears, but this one did it. Talk about telling it like it is. This was a bases-loaded home run.
Please tell the Secretary that I love her move than ever … you guys too, of course.
And this one, dated a few months later, on January 23, 2013:
Subject: Today’s performance
Anyone who had any doubts about the Secretary’s stamina and capability following her illness had those doubts washed away by today’s performance before the Senate and the House.
She faced extremely difficult circumstances at the Hearings and still she hit it right out of the park. Please tell her that we all love her and [are] very proud to know her.
These are not conspiracy theories but simple historical facts, evidence that Dr. Fauci has long and strong ties to Washington insiders and has had them for decades.
Former House representative Ron Paul, speaking on his Ron Paul Liberty Report last Thursday, said that Fauci is a fraud, and should be fired: “He should be fired. But if you don’t do it in the literal sense, [then] the people have to fire him by saying he’s a fraud.” Paul added that the measures being implemented at Fauci’s recommendations provide “an excuse to have total control over the people.”
Even though Trump’s initial response to Lorraine’s tweet was to defend himself from the canard that he acted too late to save Americans’ lives, it also opened the door to a conversation that is increasingly necessary: to protect the citizenry from the globalist intentions of people such as Fauci who are advising the president during the crisis. He needs to be fired.