(FreedomWire.org) – Newly obtained emails from disgraced Dr. Anthony Fauci reveal what he was privately telling his friends while publicly lying to Americans.
While Dr. Fauci repeatedly and publicly mandated that Americans wear masks under CDC guidelines, he secretly told friends that masks were “ineffective.”
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt explains, “In Feb ‘20 he emailed a friend advising her masks were ineffective.”
Dr. Fauci again emailed on March 31st about the ineffectiveness of masks.
“On Apr 3 he’s adamant masks should be worn even though he couldn’t cite a single study to prove it,” Schmitt said. “Mandates followed — Lives ruined.”
Tulsi Gabbard said in a tweet, “Fauci is wrong. The “real danger” isn’t unvaccinated ppl – it’s his continued lie claiming vaccines & cloth/paper masks prevent catching & spreading COVID (only tightly-fitted N95/KN95 respirators work) & ongoing taxpayer funding for dangerous ‘Gain of function’ experiments.”
During an interview, Hugh Hewitt directly confronted Dr. Fauci by saying, “I have lost confidence in the CDC and the FDA and I actually believe a lot of Americans, a significant part of America now have lost confidence in you, Dr. Fauci.”
He asked, “Is there a point where you will say, ‘I do more harm than good because people don’t listen to me anymore,’ and step aside?”
“No. Absolutely, unequivocally no, Hugh. Sorry,” Fauci reacted.
To explain his hypocrisy and flip-flops, Fauci said, “When you have an evolving situation and data are rapidly evolving in something that is unprecedented and unknown, you have to evolve with it and look at the data as it exists now and make to the best of your ability a decision, a recommendation, all the kinds of things that go into the evolution.”
“It’s just a fact that Tony Fauci, not the guy I’m talking with but Tony Fauci- the person in people’s minds, is now an impediment to public health because people won’t listen to you,” Hewitt said.
“They actively reject what Tony Fauci says for reasons which are complicated… but can you accept that if that’s just the fact, you ought to respond to it and say ‘Mr. President, I think my time is up as a successful and effective spokesperson?’”
Fauci responded, “You know, with all due respect… I just completely disagree with that premise because there are an awful lot of people who do listen, who do the right thing from a public health standpoint.”
“So because there are a lot of people who have ideas of conspiracies and changing minds and flip-flopping, that’s not a reason to step down. Not at all,” Fauci added.