FOIA-Obtained Fauci Emails Reveal His Shocking Hypocrisy Behind Closed Doors

P. Gardner Goldsmith | June 2, 2021

The pop media love affair with their favorite forked-tongue, command-and-control, federal bureaucrat might be nearing its end thanks to thousands of emails obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request. 

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) (enjoy trying to find those in the US Constitution), is revealed not only to have had differing public “pandemic” standards than he privately recommended to others, he appears to have had knowledge about gain-of-function research and the Wuhan debate long before he offered any details about what he might or might not know when debating Rand Paul in the Senate in early May.

What a surprise. Many readers, and this writer, have been trying to tell people about this for over a year.

First up, let’s recall Fauci’s open lie about the efficacy of masks, and do so while recalling the millions of kids – even infants – who, despite being at near ZERO risk of spreading the virus (itself about as lethal as the seasonal flu), were forced to exist for hours a day behind those muzzles.

Let’s recall how Fauci first told Americans that they needn’t wear masks, but then admitted that he lied because, well, masks actually were so monumentally important that the US government couldn’t risk the “public” getting them when they were desperately needed by “courageous” medical workers (many of whom subsequently wore them in Tik-Tok dance videos).

Let’s recall how, after Fauci tried to justify his first lie so that he could claim masks really were important, he then appeared at the Washington Nationals’ home opener, threw the opening pitch, and subsequently sat – MASK DOWN -- with two other people in the stands.

Now, consider the fact that, in the stunning trove of Fauci email communications, one finds that he actually was telling personal and professional associates not to wear masks.

The National File’s Patrick Howley nailed that one, writing:

Dr. Anthony Fauci advised a former Obama administration Health and Human Services Secretary named Sylvia Burwell not to wear a mask in an email on February 5, 2020. Fauci said that ‘The typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus.’ Of course, Fauci later changed his tune in public and advised the American people to wear dehumanizing facemasks.

Some might find it curious that the former head of the HHS couldn’t figure that out herself.

Then there’s this one that I noticed at about 2 in the morning as I read the illustrious parasite physician’s emails…

Remember when, in mid-January, 2021, Fauci intimated to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow that he had been censored by Trump, but was finally free to appear on her show/network once Biden got into the White House? Curiously, Fauci's own email from March 1, 2020, saw him explicitly tell an acquaintance, "I can assure you that I am not being censored."

And then there is the increasingly higher mountain of evidence revealing a stark difference between what Fauci and some directly or indirectly tax-funded “researchers” discussed with each other about gain-of-function work (in UNC Chapel Hill, Wuhan, or elsewhere) and what they publicly admitted.

In fact, Peter Daszak is caught up in the Fauci revelations. That would be Daszak, the head of the EcoHealth Alliance, which received huge sums of NIH money and passed on $600,000 of it to the Wuhan Institute of Virology Level 4 Biohazard Lab, where “Bat Woman” Shi Zhengli, who’d formerly been working with the NIH-funded Level 4 Biohazard Lab at UNC Chapel Hill, resumed her work on bat-borne coronaviruses.

Related: Fauci: It Would’ve Been 'Almost A Dereliction Of Duty' To Not Fund Wuhan Lab Experiments

Daszak, who, as Rand Paul noted, had a towering conflict of interest in taking on the showman-like role of heading a WHO “investigation” into whether the SARS CoV-2 virus could have come from the very lab he helped get $600K in our money, and who dismissed the idea, of course, is found in Fauci’s email trove, thanking him for dismissing the lab-leak idea – a YEAR before Daszak was put in place to engage in the supposed “investigation” of the virus origin.

And, last (as of this writing, surely, there will be more), is the info that National Pulse Editor Raheem Kassam revealed, via a screen-shot of the Fauci email, and a Tweet. That would be an exchange between Fauci and Kristian G Anderson on January 31, 2020 – repeat, 2020 – in which Fauci wrote an admission that ran completely contrary to his public pronouncements for over a year:

…one has to look really closely at all the (genomic) sequences to see that some of the features (potentially) look engineered.

This is vile and enraging. But, more enraging is the fact that Big Tech platforms like Twitter and pop news nets not only dismissed people like me and others who have tried to report on this for over a year, but that they deplatformed, censored, ridiculed, and silenced millions of people like us, all over the world, even as politicians around the planet shut down rights and livelihoods contrary to any concept of ethical behavior.

The dates on these emails and the content of them are so striking, so obvious, and so damning that even the pop media will be unable to defend them. Instead, we can expect them to avoid them, to focus on other “breaking stories.”

We know better. We’ve known for over a year.

Related: Rand Paul Grills a Squirming Anthony Fauci About NIH Funds Going To Wuhan Lab