Fauci vs. Fauci: A Compilation of Lies & Contradictions


My latest compilation of arguably the most corrupt and evil bureaucrat to ever hold a position in the federal government—not to mention, also the highest paid. I don’t say this lightly or without evidence to support my claim—his own words support it for me.

Additional noteworthy context on the video:

  • 2017: Fauci brazenly warned of a surprise outbreak that would happen during the current administration, which at the time was Trump’s administration. One must ask, if it’s a surprise how would he know to warn of such an outbreak with such confidence and fervor—and have such a “surprise” happen exactly as he said it would? Natural outbreaks are not easy to predict with such precision, but human engineered viruses obviously are.

  • 2021: Fauci denied—under oath to Congress—that he funded research for Gain of Function research in Wuhan. (And in a shocking turn of events his own agency, the NIH publicly contradicted his statements.)

  • 2018: The year after Fauci said that he was certain there would be a “surprise outbreak”—he spoke at an NIH conference grinning ear to ear that the ban on Gain of Function research had been lifted.

  • 2020: In February at the beginning of the pandemic, Fauci goes on Newt Gingrich’s podcast—along with the CEO of EcoHealth Alliance, Peter Daszak—the organization that the NIH funded GoF research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. However, on this podcast Fauci says that the lab origin possibility is just a conspiracy theory, and uses this phrase multiple times in what appears to be an attempt to discredit it all together.

  • 2023: Fauci goes on Neil Cavuto after the bombshell Covid Origin Investigation Committee had expert testimonies confirm that is exactly what he did—dismiss one narrative to promote the natural origin to avert the blame for causing the global outbreak that he seemed to warn us about in 2017. He says he always kept an open mind—this was another obvious lie, but his own words.

Fauci goes on to contradict himself on masks, lockdowns, natural immunity and vaccine side effects. Either lying or contradicting himself over and over again— with no shortage of hubris and hypocrisy.

Lastly, I ended the compilation with Fauci in an interview from 2017, in which he brags about an article—in which he claims he has framed—that was published by an outspoken gay activist named Larry Kramer, in the eighties in the San Fransisco Examiner criticizing his handling of the AIDS epidemic.

One must ask, if people had paid attention to this Kramer’s warnings back during the AIDS crisis—how many people would be alive today?

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