Rand Paul Reveals How Fauci Will Go Down In History

Daily Report December 11,2023

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Sunday blasted former former medical adviser to the president Dr. Anthony Fauci, adding that Fauci will go down in history as one of the worst people to ever hold public office in the U.S.

Paul, in an appearance on Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo,” blasted Fauci for his alleged role in covering up the origin of the pandemic. The senator slammed the former medical adviser for a 20102 comment where Fauci said the knowledge from pathogen experiments “outweighs the risk” of a possible pandemic.

“We have Anthony Fauci on record saying that even if a pandemic occurs, even if a gain of function research infects a scientist and a pandemic occurs, the knowledge would be worth the risk,” Paul said. “And I think most people who had a loved one die from the pandemic, either here or around the world, would disagree and think Anthony Fauci made a disastrous judgment call. But he also took the research, and it didn’t go before the normal scrutiny. There’s a safety committee that was supposed to review this, and Anthony Fauci allowed this research to be done at his signature, at his conclusion, at his approval, without the approval of the safety committee. And for this, he really should go down in history, perhaps as one of the worst people in public office ever and responsible for probably more deaths than any other individual in the medical world.”

The lawmaker also slammed President Joe Biden’s administration for blocking congressional investigations into the origins of the pandemic. Paul revealed that lawmakers had to go through extraordinary lengths, including withholding nominees, to get unclassified files from the Biden administration.

“We still continue to fight the Biden administration every day just for unclassified information. And they resist at every turn,” Paul said. “We’ve had to basically withhold nominees and withhold legislation to try to get anything from the Biden administration. And I’m not sure what it is. Either it’s sympathy or believing that relations with China are so important that the truth can be obscured. But there’s also a certain amount of culpability in the Biden administration throughout several different departments, USAID, NIH, and HHS. They’re withholding documents because they funded the lab in Wuhan, not just once, not just twice, but for a decade.”

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