Congressman: Fauci is ‘a snake oil salesman’ trying to escape being accountable

Rep. Thomas Massie • Dr. Anthony Fauci
Rep. Thomas Massie • Dr. Anthony Fauci

‘Science didn’t evolve, Fauci ignored science’

Bob Unruh
WND News Center

With Anthony Fauci, Biden’s top bureaucrat on the COVID-19 pandemic, announcing that he’s leaving his government post before the next Congress, in which the GOP is expected to be the majority, there are opinions about his work appearing.

And they’re not all good.

For example, one member of Congress has compared him to a “snake oil salesman” trying to escape accountability.

It’s according to social media and a report in the Liberty Daily where Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., sounded off on the bureaucrat who during the pandemic insisted that he was “the science.”

A column at Liberty Daily charged he “is a conman at best and very likely complicit in the deaths of countless people.”

“Call me a skeptic, but I take threats by most in the feckless GOP as nothing more than campaign promises. But there are a few who I believe truly will try to hold Fauci and others accountable if the Republican Party can retake control of the House and/or Senate following the midterm elections. One such lawmaker is Congressman Thomas Massie who laid out Fauci’s fraudulent actions in a Twitter thread,” the column said.

Massie noted: “Science didn’t evolve, Fauci ignored science. He denied the existence of natural immunity. He spoke of droplets to avoid acknowledging the size of the virus was too small to be stopped by the filters of loose fitting cloth masks. The vaccine trials were designed NOT to show the vaccines didn’t prevent infection or spread, but he spoke as if they did. He ignored harm caused by locking down people – delayed cancer screenings, untreated diabetes, un-filled prescriptions, mental health (suicides), etc. He ignored and still ignores all side effects of the novel mRNA vaccines. The policies he advanced never properly acknowledged that the elderly had exponentially more risk than children. He cared not about the stunted social and educational development of children.”

Massie continued, “He downplayed early treatments and promoted late stage expensive pharmaceuticals while ignoring their side effects. Fauci isn’t science, he’s a snake oil salesman trying to quietly ride his wagon out of town before the people hold him accountable for his fraud.”

The commentary noted, “We need Congress to do its job as oversight for executive departments, and that includes holding bureaucrats like Anthony Fauci accountable, retired or not. Will a GOP majority heed Thomas Massie’s call or will they wimp out as usual?”


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Vince
Vince
5 months ago

Let’s hope this new crop of Republican representatives do just that, call him back and hold him to account for his eggregious actions.

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Vince

Absolutely. His avoidance of questions needs to be addressed. And he needs to stop the word salad. Simple straightforward answers.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago
Reply to  Vince

Why is it that, so far, only Republicans are making attempts to discover the truth? They are also the only arm of politics that have shown impartiality and treated scientists with equal respect, even those who had been ‘silenced’ by the ruling party.
Humans are humans and health is health – this is an undeniable fact that neither color, beliefs, gender, religion, ethnicity, culture, nationality, status, or anything else can change. Logically, therefore, anything pertaining to human health must follow a collaborative and bipartisan process. Only then will we have any hope of achieving a Win-Win result that benefits all. What is your opinion?

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Sylvia

I agree one hundred percent. This modern day notion that everything is racist is ridiculous. We are all human beings. Anyone who wants to move forward can do so with the basic tenents of hard work and tenacity. Health is health for all human beings. Use common sense no matter who you are and use critical thinking. Critical thought process would show any thinking person this narrative pushed the last 2.5 years is not about health at all.. it is about dividing us as people. If we want to change this, we have to come together as one. Stop buying into victim mentality, no matter who you are. Stand shoulder to shoulder despite color, religion, etc. We are human beings. We are Americans. Period.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago

Irrespective of politics, Fauci must be held to account and take responsibility for his actions. This principle applies to us all; no exception should be made for Fauci and Walensky.

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Sylvia

Walensky back peddling is unbelievable. But then.. look at our own governor

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago
Reply to  Wolfie

They have tried to ‘walk back’ their narrative and, as you said, CDC is one of them. Don’t forget Biden and some governors. As for Fauci, the layers of fake science are exposed one by one.
More of those dis+misinformants and fake scientists are squirming, twisting their narrative to get out of the tangled web they wove. They must see the population as utterly gullible – stupid fools who make such easy prey. When, to their shock, they encountered growing resistance, OOOOPS, what now?!
Fortunately many of us retain our common sense plus the ability to assess each situation rationally and on its merits. Blind belief in whatever authorities tell us is akin to dogma, resulting in a life ruled by bias and cognitive inflexibility.
Let’s continue to support the truth and stand firm. Change is totally inevitable, and the process has begun.

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Sylvia

Tomato flu.

Imis Reagan
Imis Reagan
5 months ago

Is this news, opinion piece, or cut and paste off the click bait internet? When Dr. Fauchi is gone, who will be the GOP’s next boogyman under the bed. “DON’T LOOK UP.”

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Imis Reagan

So your opinion is that Fauci should not be held accountable? Or is your thought that none of what the writer is stating happened? Do you believe Fauci’s version of the last two years? Just trying to get some clarity here.

Amanda Blake
Amanda Blake
5 months ago
Reply to  Wolfie

YES!!!

Amanda Blake
Amanda Blake
5 months ago

Wow, who is the snake oil salesman?

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Amanda Blake

Fauci. It saddens me that you so wholeheartedly and publicly believe the lies this man has told. He has admitted, granted in a very roundabout cloaked way, that he lied. He hides under the guise of ’emerging science’ to justify his lies. Understand this.. this whole situation has made this man extremely wealthy.. and his buddies in the pharma industry as well. That is sincerely all they care about. That is their skin in the game. The deeper, more sick and evil players include Bill Gates and Soros himself. What they are up to and want they want to achieve is beyond horrific. I pray you are able to use some critical, rational thinking and lift the veil of deception that has been wrapped around your eyes as tightly as the mask around your mouth. It is all a lie meant to bring you to your knees under complete and utter control.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Wolfie, most of us have seen the total control and power that dogma or indoctrination can have over those who embrace it with fervour.
An fMRI of their brain clearly shows the differences when compared to the brain of people who use critical thinking skills and have cognitive flexibility.
I used to be neutral about Fauci, but did wonder how someone without a PhD managed to get such a senior position in NIAID. It also puzzled me that he lacks in-depth scientific details – very obvious during interviews, Senate hearings and public statements.
The plandemic totally changed my views about Fauci.
Take a look at the link below:

https://default.salsalabs.org/T1faa472d-d6ce-41d9-b774-b0c88097682a/1f3f68f1-1e32-4c05-aaa5-2940af3c4f91

It includes the funding source of the horrifically cruel ‘BeagleGate’:

“One of the more disturbing stories to emerge about Fauci is his involvement in what has come to be called “Beaglegate.”
The Washington Post reported that an Indianapolis-based firm called Envigo “breeds dogs and sells them as research animals to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.”
Fauci, as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, funded these experiments.
White Coat Waste Project reported in October 2021: “Our investigators show that [Dr. Anthony] Fauci’s NIH division shipped part of a $375,800 grant to a lab in Tunisia to drug beagles and lock their heads in mesh cages filled with hungry sand flies so that the insects could eat them alive.”
It has also been reported that some of the dogs had their vocal cords cut so workers would not have to listen to their anguished cries of pain.”

Much as his supporters adore him, they surely must find it harder to remain in permanent denial of his ugly traits! It is akin to overindulging a child by being blind to her/his bad behavior – that child will grow up to be an irresponsible brat who must have what he/she wants at any and all cost, and has zero compassion, zero equanimity, zero emotional intelligence. Much like a person
we read and hear so much about?!
Looking forward to your thoughs.

Wolfie
Wolfie
5 months ago
Reply to  Sylvia

I have read the research papers on the beagles and also read Fauci’s denial, even though his name is linked in multiple reports to it. As an animal, especially dog lover, this absolutely breaks my heart. How? Even in the name of ‘science’ how? There is no justifiable reason for this torture. Fauci is an evil evil man. For someone as supposedly educated and medically documented, he cannot string together a sentence without saying “You know” and stuttered, flailing over words. Historically, this has been the trait of someone who is lying. I just pray people wake up.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago
Reply to  Wolfie

Like you, I care deeply for animal wellbeing. Dogs are my favorite and dog training is one of my hobbies. Horrendous to have dogs subjected to such heinous cruelty and funded by a high ranking US official using taxpayer $$.
Fauci is an expert at flip-flopping when he feels cornered – deny or deflect or distract or lie or attack. During one of the Senate hearings he was so angry and stated “I am Science”. I think that put a serious dent in any credibility he had left.
No wonder he is too cowardly to participate in an open discussion with real scientists.
His educstion is minimal considering his exalted position; in my opinion a PhD is a prerequisite. I don’t think he was ever Board Certified in any special field of medicine either. Nor has he ever practised as sn MD, ie treating patients. I could be wrong, though!
Real lab work is also minimum. His skills are more in dodgy sales or the political arena, eg selling ideas. He managed to sell his skills to as many as seven US presidents! Is it Fauci’s marketing brilliance or the presidents’ lack of judgment? His skills as a speaker are mediocre at best. Poor syntax, lack of context.
I really hope animal welfare groups and the justice system will soon investigate every single evil doing of this very evil person. Some are currently being investigated, including the Gain of Function funding which he funded. I believe that, sooner or later, each person gets what he/she deserves. For some it can’t come soon enough.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago

Irrespective of political loyalties, the discussion between Dr Paul Marik and Dr Pierre Kory raises valid points. Both
are dedicated professionals who were denigrated because they did not parrot the prescribed Covid narrative. It is simply illogical that so many medical professionals, who were very highly respected and held responsible positions for many years, suddenly were treated as outcasts by the Covid establishment.
These professionals have a great deal to lose by being principled and ethical, and nothing whatsoever to gain.
Unlike the Covid establishment who have one goal in mind >> more money, more control.

https://default.salsalabs.org/Td4b27673-43af-41f0-9382-f7ac4ab2b442/1f3f68f1-1e32-4c05-aaa5-2940af3c4f91

Please try to be objective and put aside any deep seated bias (even for a little while), if you decide to take a look.

Sylvia
Sylvia
5 months ago

Below is a link for anyone interested:
https://doctors4covidethics.org/the-covid-lies/
It is an excellent analysis by a scientist who held a very senior position at Pfizer Global, and is neither a dis-/mis-informant, nor a conspirationist, nor an anti-vaxxer. 
Dr. Michael YEADON PhD was Formerly Vice President & Chief Scientific Officer Allergy & Respiratory at Pfizer Global R&D.
Dr Yeadon holds Joint Honours in Biochemistry and Toxicology and a
PhD in Respiratory Pharmacology.
He is an Independent Consultant and Co-founder & CEO of Ziarco Pharma Ltd.
In this discussion Dr Yeadon stated:
The four gene-based “vaccines” are toxic.
The basic rules of selecting vaccine candidates are:
1) the agent has no inherent biological action (non-toxic);
2) the agent should be the genetically most stable part of the virus;
3) the agent should be most different from human proteins. 
Spike protein as the vaccine does not fit any of the above criteria.”

It would be amazing to have an open public discussion between Dr Yeadon
and Fauci.
In fact, it could be THE great debate of the plandemic.
Or it could be a parting gift for Fauci – a masterclass from a real scientist.

Sylvia
Sylvia
4 months ago

The announcement of Fauci’s impending resignation (Dec 2022) and Walensky’s admission that CDC had botched the Covid strategy are so well orchestrated – both precede the midterms by just a few weeks.
Looking at the facts:
1. Fauci has become a political liability.
2. Walensky and the CDC’s handling of the plandemic has been abysmal.

What are the real readons behind these sudden decisions? Genuine remorse is out of the question – both are way too narcissustic and arrogant, totally lacking in basic humility.

Perhaps it is based on the Pavlovian method of “Press” >><< "Release", and repeat, and so forth.
Particularly now that the public is losing faith in the current ruling party and the midterms are looming. There is hope that the "tamed " public would easily fall for this farce and vote accordingly.
If means that now is the "Release" button, soon to be followed by the "Press" button if we can once again be manipulated.

The American public is increasingly aware of the lies, subterfuge and evil manipulation over the last 2+ years, causing countless and long lasting negative impacts.
Hopefully the American people will no longer be so easily fooled!

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