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Fauci silenced by regular guy in PBS documentary

Fauci silenced by regular guy in PBS documentary

PBS has just released a new documentary about Anthony Fauci and the COVID response, and it’s way better than any of us expected.

Not because it paints Fauci in a positive, heroic light — which it does — but because it unwittingly exposes Facui for the fraud he is.

In one clip, Fauci goes to an economically depressed neighborhood in the D.C. area with the mayor of D.C., Muriel Boswer.

The clip begins showing Fauci eyeing himself in the mirror as he adjusts his mask, of course, before he describes the neighborhood they’re descending on as a “historic African-American neighborhood.”

According to Fauci, the people living in this neighborhood “don’t get good medical care, they have a high degree of HIV, high degree of COVID-19, the lowest level of vaccination. They’re sort of the disenfranchised group that we’ve got to reach out to.”

Dave Rubin comments on Fauci’s demeanor, saying, “It’s as if he’s at an African safari, like ‘look at the animals over there.’”

Fauci then continues to go door-to-door with Mayor Bowser, in order to push people to get vaccinated. And some of them weren’t having it.

In one scene, a black man stands atop his steps looking down at Fauci and says, “People in America are not settled with the information that’s been given to us, right now.”

He continues, “I’m not going to be lining up, taking a shot or a vaccination for something that wasn’t clear in the first place. And then you all create a shot in miraculous time; it takes years to create vaccination —”

The man is then cut off by Fauci, who claims, “Well, it used to take years. You know how many years were invested in this approach? About 20 years of science.”

The man isn’t having it. He says, “Twenty years is not enough. And nine months is definitely not enough to be taking no vaccination that you all came up with.”

While Fauci says that there were far more COVID deaths than flu deaths that year, Rubin points out the obvious.

“In 2018 there were 52,000 flu deaths. In 2019 there were 28,000. In 2020 there were 25,000. And then all of a sudden, in 2021, which is the year that this took place that he’s talking about … there were only 5K.”

He adds, “I’m starting to think there might be a connection between all of these things. … Could it be that the flu deaths were counted as COVID deaths?”

If only the so-called experts could tell us.

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