Emails Show NIH's Collins Worked to Discredit the Great Barrington Declaration
Is being suppressed. Particularly anything I say about the election of 2020 if I express any kind of skepticism or if I express any kind of skepticism about how the government under this administration has been going about how to deal with COVID. So information is being suppressed and that's exactly what Fauci and Collins did with the great Barrington declaration. They suppressed it. And Francis Collins was interviewed about this. And he doubled down. Doctor Collins, we always here follow the science and you know sciences. Now, this is on Fox News with Bret baier. Observation description experimentation and explanation. But it seems that a lot of health policy makers have been trying to silence opposing views. In a newly released set of emails, received from freedom of information act between you and Doctor Fauci in October of 2020, you referenced the great Barrington declaration. That was a group of epidemiologists and public health scientists who wrote quote, we have grave concerns about the damaging physical and mental health impacts of prevailing COVID-19 policies continuing current lockdown policies are producing devastating effects on short and long-term public health. In this email to Doctor Fauci and cliff lane at NHL nah, you write quote hi Tony and cliff, C and you connect to the great Barrington declaration link. This proposal from three fringe, epidemiologists who met with the secretary seems to be getting a lot of attention, and even a co signature from a Nobel Prize winner Michael levitt at Stanford. There needs to be a quick and devastating public takedown of its premises. I don't see anything like that online yet. Is it underway, Francis? Did you write that? I did write that, and I want to stand by that. Let me explain. What was being proposed there was basically saying, let's not worry about mitigation. Let's just let this virus rip. This of course. Now, nowhere in the declaration does it say let's just let this virus rip. He's doing the same thing that M shift does. Take something put in his own words and attribute it to them.