Fauci has resurfaced in the public once again, though this time it isn’t to adorn the cover of a fashion magazine or spout off about the sixth booster shot.
Instead, he surfaced during a recent deposition related to Missouri and Louisiana’s lawsuit against the Biden administration, when he provided rather intriguing responses to the various questions he was asked.
One of the most striking element of Fauci’s alleged testimony was his apparent decision to repeat the same phrase 174 times in response to different questions.
A deliberately vague, rather legalized phrase.
“I don’t recall,” Fauci drawled for a total of 174 times over the course of the deposition, conveniently excusing himself from documented connection to several of the questions he was asked.
That said, perhaps “I don’t recall” is even more honest than his more detailed responses, which have since proven to be riddled with deception, if not outright falsity.
“You know, I’m so dissociated from social media,” Fauci brayed, “I don’t have a Twitter account. I don’t do Facebook. I don’t do any of that, so I’m not familiar with that. I’ve never gotten involved in any of that.”
Really? “Never gotten involved in any of that?”
Except Fauci did “involve” himself with social media, chiefly by talking directly to CEO Mark Zuckerberg.
“I’ve had communications with Mark Zuckerberg in the past who was – I’ve done, I believe, three outward FaceTime discussions encouraging people to get vaccinated,” Fauci added.
Well, which is it, Fauci? So-called “FaceTime” discussions or zero involvement “in any of that?” After all, going on FaceTime to promote Big Pharma is rather obviously becoming “involved” with social media.
Moreover, his daughter previously worked for Twitter as a software engineer, though she allegedly had “no interest” in any information regarding COVID or the vaccine posted online.
A rather dubious statement, considering Fauci’s rampaging about “disinformation” regarding the vaccine mere months ago.
“The anti-vax-type feeling amongst some, superimposed upon the political divineness we have in this country … and social media misinformation and disinformation, it’s very difficult to get people to adhere to common sense public health measures,” Fauci raged.
And, of course, Fauci was sure to double down on defending Beijing, yet again, insisting that blaming China is apparently “disinformation.”
“I’m talking about getting down to the facts because when the facts come out, that counters distortions wherever that distortion is, speaking here or on social media or in any way, and what I was referring to is that we’ve got to get WHO to convene an unbiased body of people to try and thoroughly examine the information so we can get to the truth, and when you get to the truth quickly – and I said, ‘It is essential that we move quickly,’” Fauci lectured.
Right. Except China blocked the WHO from entering? Remember that?
Or, odds are he does, Fauci just counts on the limited memory and attention span that naturally result from excessive social media use.
Needless to say, Attorney General Jeff Landry was significantly more blunt about what the real implication of Fauci’s words were: Big Tech aided and abetted Fauci much like they aided and abetted the Democrats.
In a way, almost worse, as they did so under the guise of “public health” with Fauci.
“During COVID-19 crisis: social engineering tactics were used against the American public – not to limit your exposure to a virus, but to limit your exposure to information that did not fit within a government sanctioned narrative. #FauciDeposition,” Landry exclaimed in disbelief.
Little wonder Fauci spends so much time defending China.
After all, they feature the authoritarian system he clearly craves …
Author: Jane Jones