40 Burst results for "Fauci"

Dan Horowitz: Long-Term Side Effects From COVID Vaccines

The Dan Bongino Show

01:53 min | 12 hrs ago

Dan Horowitz: Long-Term Side Effects From COVID Vaccines

"As a friend of mine forget this radio stuff in this conservative commentator stuff I'm scared I mean I'm a health guy I work out a E right I want to live to see my daughters get married And I asked doctor McCullough you know is there a time period where you're in the clear Because I got the initial two shots and never did it again Is there any data out there indicating that after say a one or two year time lapse That if there were going to be some negative side effects because not everybody's going to get them But if they were going to be that after this time period you may be okay Man Dan I mean no no such data exists but it doesn't necessarily mean that it is a problem but I want to answer a question I say there's something I wish I could find this and I'll send it to you so you could sense your listeners There's an amazing clip from Fauci I want to say 1988 1990 maybe 1999 where he's talking about a potential HIV vaccine And he said look the reason why you can't just rush this stuff out is because even if it goes on a few years and it almost seems to be good And this was a disaster but it's good Tin 12 years later it could creep up on you And that's why you really need to study those things for a decade before you unleash them and historically that's what we did Think about something that run off right off the bat We have like every malady you know let me just give an example This is in the government's decent data but it's also in several published surveys That anywhere from between a 7 and 12% that's a massive percent of people who got the shots experienced either shortness of breath chest pains or arrhythmia Now that's not necessarily the life threatening but that ain't good

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

01:51 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"Thanks for doing this. I got a few questions for you. The ones you've answered a lot, but they won't be the ones that every journalist asks you. You're sick of answering those. You don't need to do that today. Okay. So my first question is about misinformation and vaccine hesitancy, which is maybe a little different spin from how you often get asked this, which is even Francis said, you know, I wish we knew more where hesitancy comes from, but we've seen this on tobacco, climate change, the scopes trial, whether HIV causes aids or not. So is it really that surprising that we had all this misinformation and vaccine hesitancy? I think there's something here that's really fundamentally different and you picked out one that goes way back that I was deeply involved with was fighting against HIV denialism. The difference now is the absolutely huge impact of social media as a vehicle of misinformation and disinformation. The system is being flooded with disinformation. So I don't know how to counter that. I always say the best way to counter misinformation is to flood the system with correct information. And that's still true, but you're fighting against the big surge of misinformation. Yeah. Yeah, well, it's all hands on deck to figure out what to do. And I'm glad you're staying in the game with us to help us figure out. I certainly am. Another issue we have is when people of our own within our scientific community engage in this kind of thing. Usually they're from outside their field. They've suddenly decided they know virology or epidemiology or one of these things.

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Dr. Andrew G. Huff Discusses the Wuhan Institute of Virology

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 1 d ago

Dr. Andrew G. Huff Discusses the Wuhan Institute of Virology

"So doctor Hough, is this the work that the eco health alliance was doing at the Wuhan institute of virology? Absolutely. And they started doing it in 2012 or 2013 and actually before I started working at equal health alliance. I reviewed the gain of function proposal to understanding the risk of bat coronavirus emergence, which was funded by doctor Anthony Fauci that the National Institute of health, the national institute for allergy and infectious disease, naive. And it was clear as data. I actually released the document or all my documents on Twitter today, AG, HUS, AG huff on Twitter, and your audience, your selfie can go download and look at those. And it is clear as day that this gain of function work happened at the alliance that doctor Anthony Fauci and other people at NIH lied about it when they testified. And unfortunately, what's happened is that the strategy or tactic used by either the intelligence community or all the COVID co-conspirators is that they've tried to make this a big debate about virology. And it's not. This is actually a criminal epidemiological investigation. That's what the FBI would call it. I'm trained as an investigator by the FBI in this really niche subspecialty. And the more that they can make this complicated and difficult to understand, the more that people glaze over and it creates uncertainty about what the source of this virus really was. And one of the key things that I do in my book and I got a copy of it right here is that I discuss in layman's terms what happened. So after I read Robert Kennedy's book, and it's an excellent book, I realized that a lot of this is just too technical and deep. And you have to be older and more mature to understand the complexity of the relationships of all these different people. The government agencies and he doesn't phenomenal job of laying that all out. I wanted to take the information that I had in my experience and make a digestible so that a high school student could understand what happened.

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

01:38 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"So they're hoping to consolidate a lot of that expertise in slow Buttigieg town. This is all contingent on peace. Arrived in the end of the war. But once that happens, I think there will be quite a transformation of that area. What was it like to be back there as someone who's visited a number of times and various conditions over the decades? For a while, during my trip is a pretty quiet time. But then Ukraine bombed the bridge between Crimea and the Russian mainland toward the end of my trip and everyone was expecting retaliation from Russia. The last day of my trip in Ukraine, I was going up to Chernobyl. It was a day trip from Kyiv, and it was the Monday. October 10th, about halfway up to Chernobyl to two hour drive, we stopped at a little cafe for coffee. And we got out, ordered our coffee, and moments later, three cruise missiles flew right over our heads. So I was with a couple of Chernobyl scientists and we were just looked up. It was such a surreal moment to see this. We could hear the Ukrainian military trying to shoot down the cruise missiles. Kind of in hindsight, we realized it would have been awkward if they shot it down right over our heads. That could have been a problem. But we didn't really feel threatened by it, but it was still such a weird moment. It really brought the war close to home. And we continued on to Chernobyl, a lot of the Chernobyl researchers have family in Kyiv and Kyiv was under attack that day. So you can imagine they were pretty distracted when we were talking. It was, it was just a very tense and Chernobyl we felt perfectly safe because Russia was extremely unlikely to target Chernobyl and contaminate that area close to its allied Belarus, but still, you know, it was just so weird to know that people were worried about their families.

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The Biggest Lie in History With Dr. Andrew Huff

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:43 min | 1 d ago

The Biggest Lie in History With Dr. Andrew Huff

"The truth finally is coming out. One of the great crimes the last century was the American political involvement in Mainland China. In the development of the Chinese coronavirus. Gain of function research, which Anthony Fauci said they weren't doing, which I believe he lied under oath. But there is a bombshell new book called the truth about Wuhan. How I uncovered the biggest lie in history. By doctor Andrew huff and he joins us right now. Doctor Hough, welcome to the program. Tell us about yourself and the work that you did with the eco health alliance. And then make the argument that this is the biggest lie in history. The floor is yours. Well, that should be somewhat easy to do. Thank you for having me, Charlie. I'm not a typical scientist. I started off my career in the U.S. Military as an infantryman. I served in operation enduring freedom, operation Iraqi freedom. That was going to be a career after and then after my second deployment had to change your heart decided to go out for my next passion science. My degrees are in psychology. Security technology engineering, geographic information systems and my PhD is environmental health with an emerging infectious disease, especially track, which is epidemiology essentially. And the PhD student, I was groomed to be a leader in bioterror biosecurity. I worked at a Department of Homeland Security center of excellence at the PhD student on full scholarship, head on my dissertation research published, and they started bringing me out to Washington D.C. to meet all the key players all the top bureaucrats at the three letter agencies in national security and bioterror and bio warfare. When I wrapped up the PhD, essentially all the people that had trained me asked me point blank, where do you want to go next? I kind of went to the State Department, CIA Department of Defense Department of Homeland Security really had my choice. My befriended a couple of scientists who worked at sandia national laboratories, which is their primary mission there is to manufacture make nuclear weapons technology. So this is the most secure national laboratory in the country. I actually worked in biologics and public health and then complex simulation modeling for doomsday events. Working there, I had a change of heart. I realized I didn't want to work for the defense industrial complex anymore. And furthermore, with a top secret clearance, when your work is continually being classified, you get to a point where you're not able to leave that environment

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:02 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"When they got there, they found that it's an antenna array. So there's 2400 antennas in two long rows. And the antennas appear to be intact. But the control room with all the computer equipment and other equipment that is necessary to operate the telescope array that was looted and destroyed. So they're fortunate that the antennas themselves are intact, but there's going to have to be an effort to replace a lot of the equipment to run the array. Right. Yeah. I mean, I'm not going to ask you to predict the future. This is a very uncertain situation. But if the war keeps going as it is, and you create fights the Russians back over to their side of the border, what's going to happen to this place with such a high concentration of scientific minds, scientific facilities, that's really very, very damaged. The Ukrainian scientific establishment from the president of the academy on down to other officials in Ukrainian science. They're really interested in restoring our key as the center of gravity of science in the country. So any post war recovery program that helps Ukrainian science a lot to that effort is going to be centered on hierarchy, certainly it was damaged more than any other region, the scientific infrastructure I should say. But long term, the big question is, will talented minds who left harkey have come back? Even after the war ends and there's a piece, a Russia is still going to be only 25 kilometers away. And the accredits based on their experience, especially in the last several months, are this generation of Ukrainians, at least is not going to trust Russia again.

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How Twitter Came to Censor the Hunter Biden Laptop Story

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:53 min | 3 d ago

How Twitter Came to Censor the Hunter Biden Laptop Story

"Friday evening, Elon Musk decided to do a very courageous thing. Friday evening, Elon Musk decided to leak via Matt taibbi. Link is not even the right word. Report on or distribute is probably the better word. What exactly happened in the 2020 election? With Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, the Hunter Biden laptop story. What was the role of Twitter in covering up the great story of a generation? And what we now have confirmation where we have learned is one of the most unethical should be illegal, government, private sector, operations of collusion that we've ever seen in the 2016 election they tried to smear Donald Trump as a Russian agent. The Federal Bureau of Investigation. Worked with the dirty dossier Department of Justice Marc Goliath Perkins cooey. That failed. Donald Trump still won, but then they used that to be fake Russia investigation against Donald Trump. Go on to 2020, it looked like Donald Trump was going to win reelection. But then of course, remember, the economy got locked down, Fauci infiltrated his way into The White House and despite all of it, it wasn't a clear shot for the Democrats. They were running up against their running someone who was not able to speak in sentences, they were running somebody who was incoherent, unable to campaign, and so as we moved into the 2020 election cycle, we did not know that there was a shadow campaign that was operating. I'm not talking about the mark Elias shadow campaign of the ballot harvesting ballot trafficking, lack of signature verification. I'm not talking about the shadow campaign written by Molly ball in Time Magazine. Now I'm talking about the shadow campaign that was ten months in the making, a year before the Hunter Biden laptop story was reported on. The Federal Bureau of Investigation got their hands on the laptop. And instead of investigating Hunter Biden and Joe Biden for selling out our country, what launched was a preemptive cover up operation. You see, by giving the laptop to the FBI, some of us thought they did nothing with it. There was a belief that, well, you know, you have the laptop they're going to ignore it. They did the opposite of ignore the Hunter Biden laptop story. It worked up the ranks in the FBI and they realized that there was a political Thermo nuclear weapon out there that could prevent Joe Biden from becoming president and that very well might get Donald Trump reelected. They figured and they postulated the FBI working with Biden allies that they probably made a copy of this laptop. It probably was not illegally obtained. So for months, they started to pre bunk the story.

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:16 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"The day before the war, she returned to Ukraine to her native harkey, woke up the next morning, and her city was under attack. She started volunteering helping the accredited military and doctors source supplies. She said, you know, I was basically a very stark turning point for her life. She can't imagine right now going back to doing science. She's very much focused on supporting the war effort. Another really interesting story you share was a family that moved into the museum where all of the natural history specimens are stored. Yeah, it's actually one of the researchers at the museum. Julia, Google. She's an entomologist. When war broke out, she and her husband and their teenage son moved into the basement of the museum. She dedicated herself to moving valuable specimens from the vulnerable upper stories of the museum down into the safety of the basement. They've been living there ever since. And then her in laws, her husband's parents joined them. And she, with the help of just a few other museum colleagues, she's been able to save a lot of the specimens that could have been damaged. The museum, like many other buildings downtown, had its windows blown out by blast. When I visited in October, they were busily boarding up the windows, knowing that there was a very good chance that there was going to be extended power outages during the winter. And that has certainly proven to be the case as Russia bombs power stations, but they are still dedicated to trying to sustain the scientific collections. Yeah. This town I can't ever was enough how much of a scientific powerhouse it is. You mentioned there's a linear accelerator. There's stellarators, there's a cyclotron, there's a subcritical nuclear reactor that has recently come online.

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Why Is Apple Limiting Chinese Protesters' Use of AirDrop?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:48 min | 4 d ago

Why Is Apple Limiting Chinese Protesters' Use of AirDrop?

"This latest report that Apple prior to the current demonstrations in China restricted their AirDrop file sharing service only inside China to make it harder for protesters to share files? Not surprising at all. Apple has made in China. It's made with slave labor. They depend upon forced labor and slavery. In China in order to make the things that they make and sell them for the price that they sell it at. So Apple, it may be located in America, but like so many companies now, it's not an American company. It's the company that seems to exist to serve China, do whatever it wants, and so however it wants. So while it was disappointing to see them do that, it was one of the least surprising things I've ever seen. Of course, they're going to kowtow to the country that makes possible their massive profits in their manufacturing operation. And the fact that the truly historic events were witnessing on the streets of China are basically it's as if they're not occurring as far as the mainstream media is concerned. Yeah, the media is having a tough time right now because what China is doing is no different than what China did a year or two ago with the initial COVID lockdowns. It's no different than what people like Fauci and a bunch of people in the corrupt corporate media said the U.S. should be doing. Remember, these people said, U.S. should have modeled its COVID response after China. So I think the media is in a real pickle now where they probably in their hearts side with the people who are being burned alive by the communist Chinese. But at the same time, they don't want to go and criticize the same government that they lauded, not all that long ago for doing this exact same thing over COVID. Yeah.

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Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

Science Magazine Podcast

02:22 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "fauci" discussed on Science Magazine Podcast

"He shares his thoughts on the ongoing challenges of communicating about science and public health, combating misinformation and a bit about where he wants to focus his energy in the future. Now we have contributing correspondent, rich stone, he went on a reporting trip to Ukraine in October, and he spent time in two scientifically important cities. Chernobyl and harkey in the midst of war. Hi, rich. Hey, Sarah. I think most people might have an idea about why you went to Chernobyl. But what drew you to this place harkey? Her Keith is considered The Crown jewel of Ukrainian science, some of the best Institutes are in her Keith from the Soviet days. I was particularly interested in a situation her case because it's very close to the Russian border. It's only 25 kilometers away from the border. And they suffered horribly in the early weeks of the war. They were bombed incessantly, basically, from February until June. A lot of the Institutes were hit hard and I wanted to go there both to document the damage and the personal stories of the scientists in her case and also just to show the western scientific community does care about their situation. Yeah, well, what was it like to be there? You mentioned I went through a lot of bombings early in the war and now it's been, I guess, quieter. What was it like to be there in person? When I started planning the trip, some of my Ukrainian colleagues who were helping me in Kyiv, the capitol were pretty nervous about me going out to harkey. The situation on the ground back in late August early September was still pretty tenuous. There was still quite a lot of Russian presence in the harkey region that emits September Ukraine in a stunning counter offensive recaptured most of harkey region.

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Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:50 min | Last week

Marc Morano: Health Groups Jumped on the Opportunity for Lockdowns

"Was specifically duped by Deborah birx and Anthony Fauci. She writes about this in her book. And we've now had freedom of information act request. We can see where they literally gleefully even smiling in the photo when they duped Trump into doing the 15 days or to slow the spread. They knew at that point that it was never going to be 15 days. She admits it in her book. They literally lied to Trump just to get that power and get that premise set. So democratic governors could go. But specifically, it goes back to these simulations. The Rockefeller institute, the World Health Organization, Johns Hopkins University, the Gates Foundation. They all had to say, and essentially empowering the public health bureaucracy. So for decades, they'd been seeking more power, more influence. And that's why these simulations that they had sort of give you a window into what they wanted. They were bonkers simulations. Again, there's the openly talk about shutting down the global Internet in these. They talk about total lockdown, and they even talk about the pushback and they have fake news cast. I mean, they put a lot of time and money and thought into this. So in the under the motto of never let a crisis go to waste when COVID came along, they jumped on what they'd always wanted to do. And let me give you an example. The same way when we have a bad hurricane climate activist, jump on that hurricane. The same way when you have a school shooting, gun control advocates, jump on the, you know, the political aspect. There was the same thing here, except the difference was they had power and success far beyond any previous progressive campaign. I think in U.S. history, there's nothing that ever was that fast. That quick, that permanent, and that all powerful that we saw in March of 2020. It became a dictator. And that's because they used fear and the specter of death. Yes.

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Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:51 min | Last week

Marc Morano: Public Health Bureaucrats Were High on Power in 2020

"In 2020 though, the World Health Organization, which by the way, Bill Gates is the second funder behind the United States government to the World Health Organization. Their leader Tedros was picked by China, sent a delegation of people world health officials to China to investigate Chinese response. Within a matter of days, they came back and essentially said, we have seen the future. It is China. If you want to contain this virus, do exactly what China's doing. Italy followed suit and then the entire western world followed suit based on World Health Organization guidance. Anthony Fauci was even January 2020 was in an interview saying, can you imagine us shutting down San Francisco in New York like they're doing in China? It could never happen here in the U.S.. Neil Ferguson, the modeler then said, we thought it couldn't happen in the west until it did. So this was like just manna from heaven for these public health bureaucrats who had just couldn't even imagine that they could have this kind of power and sway. And then of course, Donald Trump, I still maintained that if Hillary Clinton were president, I think there would have been massive pushback, but because Trump of a conservative Republican did this emergency decree and then got duped into supporting the ten days, the slowest. We all got duped. We have to be clear. We all got duped. I never suspected when they're talking about a vaccine that there could be anything negative about that. I thought, what a great thing. How wonderful. Let's get this on the fast track. Most of us had no clue what was actually happening. And we are, it is in our national character to be nice to go along. We trust it. And we trusted, this is often what people do. But at some point you begin to wake up, you begin to look around and say, hey, wait a second. What is happening? But those of us who did speak up were crushed by the global elites. I

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A Friendly Reminder: If You Feel Sick, Test for Covid

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:53 min | Last week

A Friendly Reminder: If You Feel Sick, Test for Covid

"Oh, hi, rudeness, hi. Good morning. I want to add something to your warning there. Which is that even if you're fully vaccinated, that if you are feeling sick, test yourself. Get tested because you want to catch it early. And that's what happened, you know, my stepdad's in the hospital and that was one of the things is he waited to test until it was advanced and you can't get on the pax lova and all of that. So that's why I didn't have symptoms, but I tested yesterday because I was like, yeah. Don't you think that's part of it, rude, and I know you're in Louisiana now and so we're sending our love and light because we've all been through it and it's just I know you've had it like Chris and I have had it. Wait, oh yes, you've had a two I forgot. You finally. I got it in August. Yeah. But yeah, it is terrifying. We have a mom that's almost a hundred with Alzheimer's. It's just the sense in society that we're supposed to take care of other people or at least not be a to other people, right? Just depress me in the airport and on the plane and even in the nursing home. Like, nobody's wearing a mask anymore. I've gone back, you know, on the flights I wore a mask, you know? Obviously in the hospital, I. Just, it doesn't make any sense at this point not to, especially, like you said, as we're going into winter. And you know what? I also don't want to get the RSV bug the time. Right there. Yeah. So yeah, Doctor Fauci was talking about that. RSV flew, here we go. Hang on. We have vaccinations for clearly COVID, particularly with the updated boosters that are now available. We have vaccinations for influenza. We're already starting to see an early surge of both flu and RSV. We don't have a vaccine for RSV. This particularly problematic for children 5 years of age and younger and for the elderly. But there are things you can do with RSV is avoid congregate settings in particularly if you have a cold or a sneezing and stay home, wear a mask, wash your hands. And as Ruth said, get tested if you're feeling anything, right? But anyway, have some tests on hand, you know? Yeah. And by the way, some places, some pharmacies and I hate to be like, you know, you know, mister information this morning instead of making sodomy jokes. Oh, we'll get to those. We're going to want in with those. I saw what you did there. That's a mouthful. Anyway, there's, but you know, you can also some pharmacies if your insurance will allow it. They'll give you the test for free. And they will take care of it. Like a prescription or something like that instead of going through the whole, you know. Thank you. Thank you, mister. They will.

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Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:23 min | Last week

Lord Conrad Black and Sebastian Discuss Former Press Sec. Jen Psaki

"You mentioned, I played you a cut from the current White House, press secretary. She was very, very angry today as Fauci gave his last speech from the podium before he retires. You said, who do you prefer more Jen Psaki or the current incumbent? Well, Jen Psaki was more competent. I mean, this was competent, frankly. But I find her rather an amiable personality where I found Jen Psaki really rather obnoxious. Well, let's talk about Kayleigh McEnany, which is the champion. I thought I thought she was great. Let's talk about the predecessor. Let's talk about Jen Psaki because she's in the news. This is from Fox News dot com. Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that there wasn't a lot Democrats could have done to change the inflation reality. A federal judge ruled Monday that the former White House press secretary must comply with the subpoena and offer a deposition in a lawsuit that claims the Biden administration colluded with big tech to sense a speech. Now, her response and I must read it to you. This is directly from Jen Psaki to the judge, lord black. Sitting for a deposition would be extremely burdensome for me. I understand that I would need to devote several days to preparing for the deposition, as well as attending the deposition itself. And that would be highly disruptive to both my work and my family. My response on social media or black is, well, that's a great excuse that president Trump can use now that there's a special counsel coming off to him. Your response. That's just nonsense. But self indulgence self serving pompous statements. I mean, she knew when she was took that job on that there was going to be a good deal of controversy because her party. And so addicted to stirring up spurious litigation against its opponents, she might reasonably assume that some of it would come back at them. And as press secretary, she might have to testify and give evidence. And the president current president did her the honor of conferring that important position on her. And she had to know that something like that went with the therapy. So what did she talking about? I

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Dr. Fauci Is the Most Fraudulent Person on Planet Earth

The Officer Tatum Show

01:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Fauci Is the Most Fraudulent Person on Planet Earth

"Doctor Fauci is the most fraudulent person on Planet Earth. He's the most fraudulent person on Planet Earth. If you ask me my opinion, I believe he should be put behind bars for the rest of his life. Why do you say that Brandon? That's very harsh. To lie to the American people, deceive the American people, people have died based on his deception for whatever reason. Vicariously, he's responsible for turmoil, death, joblessness, people committing suicide because people like Doctor Fauci can't tell you the freaking truth. Won't tell you the truth about it. They won't even be honest that it came from China. They literally fought Trump on this point. Well, we don't know. You know it came from gain of function research, but you lied, then they lied and said you're supposed to work, you shouldn't wear a mask. Because they quote unquote trying to protect first responders and let them have enough masks so they don't run out. So they tell us a lie. How many people died because of that? According to the logic of Doctor Fauci, probably many people.

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Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Unredacted Emails Show Scientist Doubt Over Origins of COVID

"Through a freedom of information lawsuit guardian reporter Jimmy Tobias obtained newly unredacted emails detailing both the February 1st 2020 teleconference between doctor Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and virologists discussing the SARS CoV-2 virus as well as correspondence pertaining to COVID-19's possible origins After a long foia fight he tweets out I just received a bunch of new unredacted emails detailing his teleconference Emily cop a reporter with the nonprofit investigative research group U.S. right to know has incorporated these findings into an extensive and detailed timeline concerning the proximal origin of SARS CoV-2 She noted that in February 2020 when the aforementioned teleconference took place Several top virologists sought to examine the nature of the coronavirus that would go on to kill tens of millions of people worldwide Although the ultimately concluded in the journal nature medicine at the virus had not been engineered stating quote we do not believe that any type of laboratory based scenario is plausible behind the scenes it was a great deal of doubt Many of the scientists who were attempting to account for the origin of the Führer cleavage site on the virus's spike protein responsible for its relatively high infectivity were confronted with the strong possibility of human intervention U.S. rights in a reported that in January 2020 Danish evolutionary biologists and Scripps research institute immunology professor Christian G Anderson raised the matter of a gain of function study that looked like a how to manual for building the Wuhan coronavirus in a laboratory

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Vaccinated People Now Make up a Majority of COVID Deaths

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Vaccinated People Now Make up a Majority of COVID Deaths

"So yeah there's a lot we gotta ask Fauci about particularly as a new report came out today and said the majority of people who've died of COVID have been vaccinated which of course is shocking As they also buried another report that vitamin D levels may have a direct correlation with your ability to survive the virus But again Fauci worked directly with the tech companies to silence quote unquote disinformation If you remember anybody who went out of line and said anything even about the lab origins of COVID was probably shut down and silenced There's a lot to answer for My theory of course is that we can now trace the gain of function research funding from Fauci's office and Collins office He's another one that should be hauled in Directly to the Wuhan lab we know that they were experimenting with these viruses These guys admitted in these emails they were working on this fury in cleavage They were working on these weird Frankenstein mice and the cells in the lungs and everything like that They created this thing and they knew that they did and they tried to lie and cover it up by finding a way they could justify this came from nature And because the media in this country the corporate media loved Fauci and don't forget Brad Pitt played the guy in Saturday Night Live He was a hero to people The nation's leading infectious disease doctor you actually have to say that by law whatever you say his name Did you know that Well they love him so much so anything he said they just went with gospel so when he said no no no this was this came from a bat

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DHS Uses Tech Company Backdoor to Censor Speech

Mark Levin

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

DHS Uses Tech Company Backdoor to Censor Speech

"So you see in the totalitarian state of California and like many other blue states they want to control the information And instead of you having a right to hear from different doctors and maybe make decisions as an adult they want to control the information and anyone who does not put out what the state wants Will then be taken off You'll be kicked off You'll be kicked off the doctor island I mean really it's the tactics of true authoritarianism To intimidate doctors into just repeating what the government wants them to say That's not freedom It's also dangerous to the public health because how could we ever come up with new ideas and new experimental treatments if doctors are afraid to open their mouths because they're afraid of the state's going to come in and kicking their door and take away their medical license It's terrifying And unfortunately during COVID and still now I mean don't forget the recent report that came out that said the Department of Homeland Security has a backdoor into these tech companies to be able to silence any misinformation on everything from the Afghanistan withdrawal to race relations in this country voting you know if you come out there and you suggest for example that having to show an ID is something that is okay they can take that down And of course COVID the pandemic I mean anything really So it's still going on to this day and Fauci should account for that as well

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The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The NYT Is Eager to Blame the Spread of COVID on YOU

"A meanwhile, The New York Times eager to blame any spread of COVID on you. If you use anything they consider to be a far right platform, that includes gap. Now I don't use gab, but I don't know what's on gab. All I know is that it's a year after omicron surge officials see a reduced COVID threat this winter, who are the officials, Anthony Fauci, does anyone care no? Really? I mean, I've never seen such shattered credibility from the public health agencies ever. A lasting legacy of COVID far right platform spreading health myth. Now, I think that's absurd. Here I am, a conservative talk show host center Wright, perhaps got my two boosters, told this in the beginning, get your two vaccines, got your three boosters. I've got them still haven't had COVID. I fully expect somewhere down the road. I will get it, and I help my immune system has developed the necessary antibodies. No misinformation, there is a tunnel full of people who want to worry about that and that they're fine, but they don't do it on right wing. They find each other everywhere. You don't need to say this is a conspiracy theory. It's not. The CDC dropped the ball the FDA dropped the ball. Parts of the Trump administration originally, while they were doing warp speed, dropped the ball on the communications because they were being driven by Tony Fauci. And now the entire government is wrapped up in trying to prove that they didn't do anything wrong. In fact, public health completely botched the entire pandemic.

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Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:42 min | 2 weeks ago

Anthony Fauci Shares His Final Message From the White House

"To be thankful for this week. Including Anthony Fauci, no longer being in our government. Now I haven't seen the last of Anthony Fauci. I got to tell you. We got to get him back in front of Congress. We got to get this leadership fight figured out. We got to get committees filled, and then we got to start sending subpoenas out like frisbees. To every single one of these people. Fauci gave his final message today at The White House play cut 69. So my message and my final message may be the final message I give you from this podium is that please, for your own safety for that of your family, get your updated COVID-19 shot as soon as you're eligible to protect yourself, your family and your community. This guy never stops. Paid to you by Pfizer AstraZeneca Moderna and Johnson & Johnson. Fauci continues. He says the real danger is those of us that have not been vaccinated. Play cut 72. In vaccinated and unboosted versus vaccinated plus boosted. That doesn't mean you shouldn't get boosted, but the real danger is in the people who have not been vaccinated. So that's where we expect if we're going to see a problem this winter, it's going to, yeah, if you see a problem, it's going to be the unvaccinated people. Doctor Anthony Fauci is the worst of the fourth branch of government. There has to be a mandate for this new Republican House of Representatives. To put on full display the lying the cheating, the stealing the deceit. The self enrichment. Of Anthony Fauci.

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Kevin McCarthy, Others Call for a Series of Investigations

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Kevin McCarthy, Others Call for a Series of Investigations

"Good news, a lot of good news. I saw Kevin McCarthy and Steve scalise and others last night on TV and in the media saying that investigations are already going to be commencing over Hunter Biden, the laptop, Joe Biden's role, Fauci, this is the good part about winning the house. Because now the grown-ups are going to be in charge and maybe just maybe there will be some accountability.

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Conservatives Accuse DeSantis of Being an Establishment Republican

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:43 min | Last month

Conservatives Accuse DeSantis of Being an Establishment Republican

"Until yesterday when Trump labeled him Ron de saint ammonias. The America first, the America first crowd, was singing Ron DeSantis's praises. They were saying, oh, this is a great man. He stood up to Doctor Fauci. He reopened our businesses. He declared war on these radical school boards. He stood up for moms and dads. He stood up against the woke businesses like Disney World. He even went so far as to declare war on the gender mutilation surgeries for juveniles. Ron DeSantis is a younger version of Donald Trump. That's what they were saying, but now, and it's just amazing to see how all of this how all of this changes so quickly. On a dime, now those very same people are saying that Ron DeSantis is really a closet establishment Republican because he's got the support of the backing of people like the Jeb Bush. Now, folks, you can't have it both ways here. Here's my take on it. I think Trump made a mistake. And Trump, yes, president Trump can make a mistake. And I think that at this moment, here's what needs to happen. I get it. They may hate each other. I don't know. Trump says they're good friends. I don't know. I do not know, but one thing is clear. We got to knock off the nonsense. This is dividing the party and we can not have the party divided. Now I will say this. There is a Republican Civil War coming. And it will be ugly and we're going to get into all of that probably starting later this week, but right now, right now folks, we got to focus.

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Adam Laxalt: Nevada Was Never That Blue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | Last month

Adam Laxalt: Nevada Was Never That Blue

"Look I think first and foremost we were never that blue Donald Trump lost by two points in 2020 My opponent Catholic Cortez masto won by two 1016 and by the way she wouldn't have one if our candidate that year did an unendorse Trump in the final week of the election And so we have been this razor thin tossed up state and this year finally that they are not able to blame Republicans for what's going wrong We have a Democrat governor Democrat House and Senate in this state We have a Democrat president Democrat House and Senate nationally And so once we got our job done I'm reminding everybody that all the pain they feel right now whether it's just a pump or in the grocery stores or in our communities which are less safe all these things are Democrat policy And I firmly believe that our independent voters are reasonable moderate Democrats they want nothing to do with this radical agenda They don't want this wokeism and our schools They don't like all this pro criminal policy and the anti police rhetoric all this stuff is a big big big thing that is tied together for people to understand when you change And we've run a consistent strong alternative we're going to support law and we're going to push for a secure border We're going to stop spending money Hopefully we get these gavels and we hold some hearings and get to the bottom of Doctor Fauci and these people that helped shut down our country We need to make sure that never happens again and people are ready for that People understand we need that to move forward as a country

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"fauci" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

07:14 min | 2 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"Of times people don't they don't really understand the level of production that I want to accomplish. And you have to kind of bridge that gap between them thinking a photographer showing up with the camera. And dimar showing up with a crew and a bunch of lights. And all of this other stuff. So even though we had two hours, there was a lot of like pitter pattering and I probably was like in his house talking to him for like 20 minutes before anything really happened and we only probably pre lit and tested for maybe an hour. And that was great. And he also gave me more of the 15 minutes. It was awesome. He was so generous with his time. I think what I like about what I like about subjects like Doctor Fauci is subjects who appreciate trying to give me the space I can to make the best work I can and when subjects acknowledge that they're going to do their best to do that within reason. That always makes my life so much easier and he did that. Which I can't ask a really the two things I ask for that are wish lists of mine are that and focus and presence a combination of focus and presence of just being present, my subject being present with me and focus on what we're doing and hopefully giving me the space that I need, but I don't always get that. And so that's a real that's where the real money is made is trying to figure out how to manufacture that when everything is going against you. I got to imagine that with some celebrities. I mean, we're in the age of the attention deficit disorder, right? People are on their phones and Twitter, and especially a celebrity. I don't know about Doctor Fauci, but I'm guessing a lot of other celebrities are like, you know, checking Twitter and doing all the things. Do you find that as a challenge and how do you, if you have a subject like that and it's a celebrity, how do you get around that? Is it just, you know, just kind of politely? I would ask you to put your phone down or what? I would ask them to put the phone away. It doesn't really happen. God, I've done thousands of photo shoots, maybe hundreds, thousands, a thousand, 2000 photo shoots on the like that. And maybe I've had to ask people to put their phone away like less than a handful of times. Okay. I think that the bigger issue is not like people looking at their phone, it's them, it's them being not understanding what they're doing in front of me. Often often really, really big celebrities will be told. One sentence, an undetermined amount of so, I don't know, if I'm photographing Brad Pitt for The New York Times, someone's going to tell Brad Pitt two weeks before that or a month or for that or something, or whenever they first made contact. Like, hey, do you want to get photographed for The New York Times? And he'll say yes or no. Or they'll say, or they'll say, we want you to, or we don't. And he'll be like, okay, or no. And then he won't hear or think about it. At all, and then the day of the shoot, perhaps right before they walk in to the room. They'll be like, okay, this is The New York Times in there. The photographer, we don't, I think we think his name is Jesse. And he's got ten minutes. And go. And so the biggest challenge in those situations is like getting someone on board with what I want to accomplish. Which is basically fresh news to them, even though I've been thinking about it for intent intensely for however long I've known about it. So that their focus and attention and getting them into the space and which I am in, in which I want them to operate in is definitely a priority and more difficult than them looking at their phone. I mean, if it's only a problem with the phone, I can just tell them to put the phone away. Usually it's a bigger problem than that. It's their general attention. And you know, this whole interview we've been talking about just everything but the actual photographing of the subject, right? F stop shutter speeds, the lenses, what camera body, what lights you're bringing, how many seats there. That's how it used to be automatic Frederick. You can't. Right? That stuff. That stuff is learned in the years, the years between my ages of 16 and 27 when I first, my career really started at 27. So for 11 years, it was about that. 11 years it was about figuring out what cameras I like, what lenses I like, what focal lengths I like, what F stops I like, what depth of fields I like what speeds of film I like, what happens when I do this shoot at a 60th of a second. What happens when I do this shoot is a 250 of a second. What happens if we're outside? If we're inside, if it's early, if it's late, if it's night, if it's sunny, if it's cloudy, this is 11 years of practicing that. And me being like, I get it. Why won't someone ask me to take a picture of someone who matters? Not to say anyone who I took a picture of before 2014 doesn't matter. There's plenty of amazing pictures that I really value. But. The craft needs none of this is relevant without the craft. If you can't take a good picture, if you don't know how to use the lenses, if you don't know how to use the cameras, if you don't have a if you don't have good taste for tone color and exposure and just visual just visual good taste, none of this matters. It won't work. And that's a harsh reality, but something that can be learned. If you practice for a decade, for a decade, that's the thing that I wanted to get to. Yeah, of course it's learned, but the time that it takes to internalize it and make it second nature. Because all this other complexity that we talked about before on top of all the foregone conclusion of you being a talented photographer, right? The bedrock. And then on top of that, is the, I guess, the psychological side of it, engaging with your subject, getting the shots you want, not appearing like a nervous wreck when you're in front of this person and being courteous inside of this person's house and what does that look like and all the things. It seems like that's another decade on top of that.

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"fauci" Discussed on This Week in Photo

This Week in Photo

07:51 min | 2 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on This Week in Photo

"I quit cold turkey deleting 90% of my income, 95% of my income in one day and I went pretty much two years almost two years without really having a job because I wanted to be a photographer. And then all of a sudden, I was trying to get work. And all of a sudden, I got asked the photo after Idina for the post and then I got asked to photograph Mike Myers for the times and Sharon Jones for The Village Voice and all of a sudden there was a bunch of different people that started to connect with what I was doing and I had I think it was 80 80 photo shoots or something in that first year. 8 zero. Yeah, yeah. Going from realized they're allegedly only 365 days of the year, right? Yeah, shooting one, what is it once every four days or so? Yeah. It was a lot, but it was exactly what I wanted to do. And I got, you know, you have to really, I think you have to be super, you have to be committed. What we do is so sought after. People want to people love the idea of taking portraits and they love the idea of taking portraits of people of note. It's something that a lot of people want to do. So you have to be completely committed. You have to be a 100% committed. And it's hard to, it's hard for people to really understand what that means, I think. It means being a workaholic in the beginning. It means working. It's not where they work for me, but it means pushing harder than you would expect. I had a great story with a really good friend of mine who turned into really big photo agent and now works at Apple as a head of something. She's amazing. And I remember showing her my little list of outreach when I was when I was like 22 or something. Right out of college. And I was so excited. I had like, oh, I had these 50 people and I reach out to them consistently and these are the people I want to work with. And she looked at it and laughed at me a little and was like, this needs to literally be a hundred times bigger. And this needs to be 5000 people to 20,000 people. This is not like you're not going to get asked to work if you're just focusing on 50 people. And that's when I realized like, oh, this is a lot. This needs to be a lot bigger and more robust than I'm imagining. And once that happened, and I kind of scaled up my process and my goals and my understanding of what I needed to do in order to get work as a photographer, I was able to focus and get some opportunities. Yeah. And dialing in. What does that look like on a shoot basis? I want to segue this into one of your more recent shoots with the controversial or not controversial, Doctor Fauci, right? I don't know why it's controversial. And it really makes it really confuses me, but it confuses me too. How dare you talk about science? When those when you just came out, I mean, I never got more Twitter alerts and it was just all right wing or I don't even know if you want to call it right wing. It was all crazy people like just taking my photos and meaning them it was very strange. I had to turn my notifications off. I was like, what is going on here? Yeah, right? Yeah, yeah, and that's what it is. Regardless of what your politics are, there's this person here that's doing their job, a medical professional who I think, and I don't know because of political discussion, but who I think is, you know, when we were in the heat in the beginning of COVID, everyone's freaked out, you know, washing your mail and you couldn't buy lysol in the stores. You remember all that? Yeah, there's one person that's saying, hey, okay, this is what we know right now. And this is what you should probably do, we're not sure, but in the vitriol and hate and just you'll talk about shooting the messages. I was watching this reminded me of this game of what is it the house of the dragon or whatever, Game of Thrones? Yeah, the new show, yeah. Yeah. I was watching one of the episodes and this messenger messenger brings the guy some bad news or whatever and then he just wails on him, right? Picks up a helmet and just wails on him for bringing to the bad news. And I was like, that's Fauci right there, right? Is that messenger that got the got and continues to get in some ways wailed on for bringing a message, right? Regardless of politics, what's interesting what's most important to me about Fauci is that he is affecting our culture. And, you know, whether you regardless of the spectrum, I love people like Fauci, because when I take a picture of a Fauci and I take a good portrait of Fauci, I'm going to get no middle of the road response. No, it's either going to be that guy is the devil or that guy is awesome and your picture is awesome or your picture is horrible. And I love those responses. I love photographing and making art that makes people want to talk and make people want to have a conversation and get people going. So even though I have my opinions about him and there are certainly, there's a lot of gratitude and I think overall he's a pretty remarkable guy. I think it's irrelevant to my job as a portrait photographer. And if anything I'm going into a shoot as a portrait photographer, trying not to bring those preconceived notions of who this person is. I mean, I would photograph a photograph Fauci. I would photograph Trump tomorrow if I got if I got asked to. I'd photograph Putin tomorrow if I got asked to you. I don't need to agree or disagree with someone in order to take their portrait and make part of them. So I was just excited because I knew that's my goal. My goal is to take pictures of people who are affecting our culture, affecting our world. And you couldn't ask for someone more consequential in what's been going on in the last few years than Doctor Fauci. So I was super excited. Yeah, no, absolutely. And then on the other side of the spectrum, I think the last time we spoke or before was you had just come off of a shoot with Roger Stone, which, again, another polarizing character for different reasons, right? And under the spectrum, you know? The opposite. Don't discriminate on who I'm taking pictures of. You don't really just complete. So compare and contrast there. What was the Roger Stone shoot? You did in his apartment in New York. Yeah. Compare and contrast that shoot, your experiences from a photographer standpoint with the Fauci shoe, where they similarly have more time on Fauci was done in his home. So they both were in people's homes. I mean, both in the subjects homes. I honestly handled them very similarly. I don't go into these shoots with two dramatic of a difference in how I'm going to.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

The Morgan Zegers Show

05:49 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Morgan Zegers Show

"Communicate with the 5 scientists who wrote the opinion piece in nature where they were describing, oh, there's no way this could happen. Me, what did you talk with any of those scientists? I keep the truth. How you doing? Talk to any of the scientists privately. Who wrote the opinion you did? What were they telling you privately? Well, let me explain you know you. Okay, so just as a friendly reminder, you guys, Doctor Fauci was hearing from colleagues that have very credible educational backgrounds and experience who looked at the virus and said this looks man-made and this looks concerning. This could be from communist China, all these things. And Doctor Fauci, there's emails of him literally saying, to his staff, we need to discuss this immediately in the morning and what he's referring to is the fact that these allegations were about to come out and be made public. And so they immediately started doing cover up of this and they began to do discrediting campaigns against the scientists that were starting to come out against Doctor Fauci and his lies about the link to communist China. So they were trying to discredit scientists from places like Harvard and Stanford, and that's what Rand Paul is asking him about. Like, do you really think that's ethical for you when other scientists who are respected are trying to challenge your viewpoints on a scientific platform for you to have a slew of opinion pieces and attacks, go out against them to try and discredit them as professionals, really? So seeing that is really great because I love the hearings back and forth. I've told you guys this before on my YouTube, I always am playing in the background like when I'm getting ready in the morning and stuff, I'm always watching the Senate hearings and the house hearings because I like to hear the bureaucrats be asked the hard questions be held accountable. Okay, last two stories this one really caught my eye from post millennial, a federal judge you guys who rules on immigration issues was just arrested for human smuggling. This is horrific. I hate seeing these kind of stories. It says a licensed Texas attorney and federally appointed immigration magistrate was taken into custody for allegedly smuggling migrants and resisting arrest on Saturday. According to Galveston county constable Jimmy Fallon, Timothy Daniel jaffe was arrested and charged for smuggling of a human and resisting arrest in the county. Fallen made the announcement on his Facebook page along with pictures of the guy and the four men he was accused of smuggling across the U.S. Mexico border. Oh my goodness. So the guy posted this is pretty funny. The guy posted a picture of

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"So Fauci is going to be out. Fauci out, we got the Fauci out Washington, but I'll say this to the doctor Anthony Fauci. Preserve your records. Preserves all your documents, Doctor Fauci. Don't in Washington, D.C.. Because you won't be going long. We'll be gone from this town for very long. We're going to be calling you back here when we open up the federal congressional commission on the origins of the coronavirus COVID-19. We're going to be digging through the Wuhan institute of virology. We're going to be digging through all of it. Doctor Fauci, your emails, and your testimony are going to be very, very much invited. To participate, day after day after day. Oh, bring a lawyer, bring all the lawyers you need, because it tell you something right now. Lawyer up. By the way, we should seize Doctor Fauci's passport, right? Because we're doing stuff like that now, right? That's a normal, just go, right, right, just all you need to do is find a magistrate judge. And then you go and you find this, you find a warrant, or the affidavit. That was excuse me. David David's first, and then you don't even have to show anyone that. Because you can seal it, and then you get the search warrant, and you just take all the stuff. When we're seasons passports, or Xi Jinping passports, go raid Doctor Fauci's house right now in season passport. Why not? Why not? Write that one on beauty matters. But I believe I wanted to bring on our next guest. I wanted to see if we can go to Canada of all places and get the great be the fry on because there's a story he's been talking about up in Canada. I think it's going to be very interesting to the Charlie Kirk audience. Viva, are you up? I am here. Can you hear me? Steve, I've got you, my man. Perfect. So we're tweeting about something over the weekend, and I started going down the rabbit hole on this because I didn't even realize with all the craziness that's going on here in the United States, all the crazies that's going on overseas. I didn't realize this headline until I saw it on your Twitter feed and you've really been exposing this story. The fact that the rates of euthanasia and the government essentially supported euthanasia practice has gone up skyrocketing in Canada over the last year, the numbers are in, break this down for the audience, what's going on, why is this happening? It's the type of thing that I first saw it because I started discussing it with my brother. He started getting a little more involved in what's going on in Canada. And we're like, we can't believe the number. It doesn't make sense because the number is so extraordinary. It's so mind boggling. Not just in terms of a raw statistic in terms of what it represents for overall death in Canada. So for those watching who may not know, Canada recently amended the criminal code following it was a decision of the Supreme Court pertaining to legally assisted suicide. And they said provisions prohibiting it in the criminal code unconstitutional. It's got to be allowed. So the liberal government has since expanded this, but how? In terms of application, implementation and those who are going to be able to benefit from this service, the number went up 37% from 2021 from 2020, up exponentially from 2019 when this court ruling came out. So for obvious reasons, the number out of Canada for 2021 for medically assisted death. They called it MIA DS. It's medically assisted. I forget what the I stands for. 10,064 Canadians. Were euthanized by the government. Now, just to put that into perspective, first of all, I thought the number was a mistake. I see the number 10,000 compared to California, which I don't know if they have quite as extensive medical assisted suicide law. But California is like in the hundreds, Canada's in 10,000 plus territory. That represents 3.2% of all death in Canada in 2021. There was some 300 and some odd thousand deaths in Canada. 3.2% administered by the state because it's a progressive government that wants to make death. So easily accessible, we can have a number that should shock the conscience of anybody and to everybody out there. Now viva, the when I'm looking at these numbers because when I read the article on Forbes has the article up and the headline on Forbes is pretty provocative and it says you're Canada's new news and Asia laws carry upsetting Nazi era echoes warns expert and he goes it continues Canada's extremely liberal euthanasia laws, which next people are set to include to be extended..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:18 min | 3 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Everybody, this is Jack posobiec filling in for Charlie Kirk, Charlie Kirk is out on assignment, but we've got a massive show here. Make sure you check this out. We've got viva fry. It was telling us the new numbers that will absolutely shock you the amount of people receiving government enforced euthanasia up in Canada. You are not going to believe this. So buckle in, choose your emails at freedom of Charlie Kirk dot com. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job, building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created, turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. Well, good Monday morning, everyone. This is Jack basilic filling in for Charlie Kirk, the Charlie Kirk show. Same email, freedom of Charlie Kirk dot com. Charlie is on assignment for a couple of days. So I've been tagged in to cover live from Washington, D.C., everything that's going on here in town and everything that's going on around the world and we've got a lot going on in both. From car bombs and assassinations in Moscow and escalation in Ukraine, Ryan stelter out at CNN. There's Cuomo, Jeff Zucker, both already also out. Fauci, we just got the news. Doctor Fauci will be stepping down by the very end of the year. And meanwhile, what are we seeing in the economy? The bidenomics. According to Biden amics, depending on who you talk, you listen to the white house. You're listening to Brian D's and I watch some of him on the Sunday shows yesterday going on with, you know, I listen to Todd talking about this. And they were saying, oh, things are doing great. Well, you know, gas prices are actually down from where they were. And so we're doing so much better than we were in the worst of this and really, you have no one to thank for Joe Biden. So that's Biden nomic. Of course, here's the problem with that if you actually go and stifle capital is out with the new survey 97% of business executives in the country say the United States is currently in a recession, not going to be currently. So what is Biden on? We're going to break that down. We're going to explain all of it. But big overarching question for us today is going to be is a red wave inevitable. Is it something that's just going to happen all by itself? Or are we seeing things in the data are we seeing things on the ground that should give us pause and make us know that it's time to dig in and do the work that we've got a huge pack show today. We're going to explain because Canada, I don't know if you guys know this, they just last year have put up euthanasia law. There are allowing euthanasia across Canada to try on to actually talk about the number..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Anthony Fauci being a creature of the extra constitutional order has this to say he's back, now that the Ukraine and Russia polling is going a little south, there isn't as much consensus for intervention as one would have thought, the great reset crowd is beating the drum there, not quite satisfied yet, play cut 9. You know, you've said you're going to stay in this job until we get out of the pandemic phase. Of course, you've been serving your country now for decades. Are we approaching the point where we are past the pandemic phase? And you'll go get some rest? I'm not so sure, George. I want to make sure we're really out of this before. I really seriously consider doing anything different. We're still in this. We have a way to go. I think we got clearly going in the right direction. I hope we stay that way. Yeah, we want to get out of it. Well, instead, Fauci gets less powerful if we actually get out of this. You know, they're bringing them out of the bullpen. They're bringing them right back in because the panic machine, the hysteria cycle that we're currently in, the, let's say, the pattern of frenzy that we have grown accustomed to. It needs another thing to latch on to because remember the energy has to be transferred somewhere and oh my goodness, they don't want to be transferred to something constructive, imagine if all this pent up energy actually went towards trying to lower opioid overdose. What are you trying to actually help the people? Fauci continued by saying and cut 12 if we see a surge in cases, we have to be prepared to pivot and perhaps reinstitute some of those restrictions. Play cut 12. If we do see a significant surge, particularly one that might result in increased hospitalizations, we have to be prepared to pivot and perhaps reinstitute some of those restrictions. Now remember, we've talked at great length about the great reset. We did that conversation at Jack hibbs church, which has been seen millions of times. And if we believe they're trying to accomplish the great reset, then it's all connected because they need fear.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Fascism. Number one, the military mandate. Did you know to this day soldiers are still being kicked out of the military for a shot that is expired? And causes a shocking amount of injury and death, the military vaccine mandate is still in place. That's right. The military mandate is still in place for active duty personnel. Number two, the healthcare worker mandate. Even the United Kingdom has made the decision to get rid of the healthcare mandate. Yet American healthcare workers are still being fired for not getting this dangerous shot, Daniel Horowitz writes for a virus most of them already got for a variant that seems to have more of an affinity to infect those with the shot. Quote antibodies derived from natural COVID infection are more abundant and at least ten times more potent than immunity generated by vaccination alone. Florida and Tennessee are the only states to have passed laws protecting healthcare agencies to make sure that they have to accept religious and medical exemptions. Number three, you think we're out of the COVID Woods yet, not so fast. Number three children under 5 are the final frontier of Americans on tainted by the vaccine. We already know from a New York State study that there is no possible benefit because the authors admit the shots have a negative efficacy after 6 weeks for 5 to 11 year olds. They cause a tremendous amount of energy injury and there is zero benefit Daniel Horowitz writes. How can Pfizer be allowed to seek authorization for these shots? States must promise to block any distribution of these shots. How about number four masks on planes and in doctor's offices, even though masks have been thoroughly debunked as a tool for vital source control, the criminalization of human breathing on airplanes continues. Want you to think about how much power Anthony Fauci had. I will make the argument that Anthony Fauci had more power for a period of time, not anymore than any other human being ever to exist in power. More so than any other dictator and any other dictator been able to control the breathing of billions of people, control the personal medical decisions, flow of commerce, be able to control what you can and can not say in the public forum. That man Anthony Fauci had more power than anyone, the sovereign ever gave permission to rule over. Yet Fauci was unelected, had unchecked power and was largely unknown before the Chinese coronavirus. Number 5, Daniel Horowitz writes, the blocking of treatment, ironically, COVID is not over and we don't know what's coming next. There are actually more recorded deaths today than there were when the mandates began. The same people who destroyed our lives for COVID now want to walk away from it while still leaving people behind without proper treatment options. Very few states have passed bills protecting doctors prescribing off label drugs. Number 6, Daniel Horowitz writes Remdesivir must be pulled. Remdesivir is a killer and it is, I know a lot of people that have had terrible reactions to it and states must immediately move to pull this toxic drug. Number 7, the patient Bill of rights. Patients are being denied visitation from family members, and I see you doctor doctor Molly James, who treated COVID from day one reports that she has patients who are being denied visitation by their spouses because the hospital believes they are slipping them Ivermectin. And yes, they are actually upset the patient is getting better, but they're not allowed to get better that way. If you go into a hospital and start talking about vitamin D booster shots, who start talking about Ivermectin azithromycin or hydroxychloroquine, you'll be kicked.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Hey, Anthony Fauci, why is it that the CDC website or the NIH website or any of your commentary has never talked about vitamin D levels? When it comes to patients, when Rochelle Walensky was asked, what percentage of patients have died with COVID or because of COVID, they don't have those numbers, which of course is completely and totally unacceptable. Fauci continues the protest campaign, the deflection campaign without ever taking responsibility that he is the person that has been in charge of the response. He is the person that more that has been in charge of the response. You know what it would be like? It would be like not only was Eisenhower the head of the allied forces. It'd be as if Eisenhower was the planner of Pearl Harbor. Fauci designed the virus and funded the gain of function research of the epidemiological Pearl Harbor that attacked our country. And then he gets tasked with trying to clean it up. Play cut 41. We are here at a committee to look at a virus now that has killed almost 900,000 people. And the purpose of the committee was to try and get things out how we can help to get the American public. And you keep coming back to personal attacks on me. Do you think we slowed down the death rate? More people have died now under President Biden than did under president Trump. You are the one responsible. You are the architect. You are the lead architect for the response from the government, and now 800,000 people have died. If you listen carefully to what Fauci said, he says, look, the purpose of this committee is getting news out. No, this is not a press conference, Anthony Fauci. This is not a communications briefing. It's oversight. And foushee just considers it to be so offensive. Such an affront to his existence that article one of the U.S. Constitution would dare find out where taxpayer dollars are going and whether or not people like Fauci are actually doing more harm significant harm to the bedrock of society and Fauci says, will the purpose of this meeting was to get the word out? No, it wasn't. The purpose of this meeting is to oversee you. Is to question you to criticize you to draw out the truth. It comes down to a fundamental constitutional issue. Amongst many.

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

07:20 min | 11 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"He's on trial. I'm Antonio guys about relief factor for quite some time. And truth is, I know millions of people are in fact 100 million people in some kind of paid look producer Andrew who can walk. He was a hobbled individual. He was bad ridden in his chair, complaining all the time. And then all of a sudden we got this call from a leaf factor that said, hey, we want to partner with your show. We're going to send you some relief factor. Producer Andrew got it. He took it, got a little bit better. Took some more, got a little bit better. Next thing you know, he's doing the false berry flop, like you wouldn't believe. In fact, he might be training for an Iron Man. It's pretty incredible. Now he says it's thanks to early factor. I ask him all the time, relief factor? He says relief factor dot com 100% drug free supplement. You can get it for less than the cost of a cup of coffee a day. So go to relief factor dot com and I'm suggesting you order their three week quick start to see if we can get you out of pain. And then after that, it's less than the cost of a cup of coffee day to stay out of pain. Let's go to relief factor dot com that is relief factor dot com. I'm telling you a lot of people are in pain as a 100% drug free. Don't go to opioids. Don't go to these other things. Check it out at relief factor dot com. So Aristotle famously said it is injustice that the ordering of society is centered. And when you have such altering to our civilization, when you have such changes to our way of life, when you have so much carnage, so much death, so much unnecessary suffering. The question must continue to bubble up, who is going to be held accountable to this. Now, deep into the soul of a human being is the yearning for justice. You see this when you have a three year old, if you were to take a toy or a piece of candy away from a three year old, what do they say? That's not fair. Now it's on that cringe worthy cell phone commercial that you probably saw 500 times too much when you were watching football this weekend from a cell phone company you shouldn't use. You should use patriot mobile, but it's basically they take the piece of candy away from the girl, and she says, that's not fair. Now, little did this woke cell phone company. No, they are actually illustrating a back and forth of the justice scenario that the classics actually wrestled. I don't think the cell phone company actually thought that deeply. But the point is that America is starting to say, that's not fair. Why is Fauci getting away with it? Why is he able to continue to get funding? Why is he the highest paid bureaucrat in the government? That's not fair. We say it's often, and unfortunately, the repetition of that with no results or no justice results in cynicism. Results in people saying, ah, they're going to get away with it. What's even the point in trying to hold them accountable? Now, Rand Paul God bless him a friend of mine, has been the best senator on this topic. Now Rand Paul is more of a medical expert than Anthony Fauci ever will be. I'd like to know how many people Anthony Fauci has ever operated on. I'd like to know how many cornea implants Anthony Fauci has ever brought into people in the third world that are having macular degeneration. Where Rand Paul does relief work in Haiti or in third world countries. Rand Paul is a pure and true constitutionalist. Rand Paul loves his country and ran understands that the best role of article one of the U.S. Constitution, the legislative branch is aggressive and precise oversight. If not Rand Paul, if not Congress, then who is going to hold people like Anthony Fauci accountable. Rand Paul went after Fauci today and foushee came prepared. You see foushee is the living embodiment of the Shakespearean line. The lady doth protest too much methinks. But it's this beautiful moment in the Shakespearean drama where the person who is actually responsible for the crime or the injustice, the memory of the actual play escapes me, but it's this constant repetition of defending yourself too much, and hey, Anthony Fauci, I don't know, but you came out pretty strong against Rand Paul. What are you trying to hide? Answer. Anthony Fauci knows the sea of justice is coming to his doorstep play cut 48. You personally attack me. And with absolutely not a shred of evidence of anything you say. So I would like to make something clear to the committee. He's doing this for political reasons. He continues by saying he tries to smear Rand Paul trying to act as if Rand Paul's trying to raise money off of Doctor Fauci. Now he has it goes to this picture on Rand Paul's website that says fire Doctor Fauci. I hope Rand Paul is able to raise as much money as possible under the idea of firing an unelected, highly the highest paid bureaucrat and I do not say this lightly. Fauci is a criminal. It's massive crimes against humanity. It makes some of the other war criminals in the 20th century seem insignificant to the crimes that Anthony Fauci has participated in. But Fauci has received advice from on high, play offense, smear the attacker, go after the character. They are in full cover up mode. And credit to our research team and credit to Andrew and Connor, you go listen to our broadcast yesterday. We had a whole hour on how they're in cover up mode. Does this not look like and see like a man who's trying to cover up the crime of the century? Cut 46. So I ask myself why would senator want to do this? So go to Rand Paul website and you see fire Doctor Fauci with a little box that says contribute here. You can do $5, $10, $20, a $100, so you are making a catastrophic epidemic for your political gain or $495,000, which is my salary. Accountability is something Fauci is not used to, and the one person on the committee willing to take the gloves off and willing to get to the heart of the issue Rand Paul, who's exposed him for lying under oath that is exposed to him for his gain of function research that is exposed him for his suppression of early treatments. And let's just focus on that one. Boy, what I would give to be a senator or a journalist to ever ask ask Anthony Fauci a couple questions..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | 11 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"And I'm going to go back to the foushee emails that the media conveniently didn't cover this last summer. There's a reason they didn't cover it. They knew that if Fauci lost credibility with it, the Mas inoculation strategy would lose credibility. And with it, the masking strategy would lose credibility and the blue state bailout in the mail of in voting, so on and so forth, you realize that the entire public policy global transformation agenda rests on a couple people. If you are able to bring Fauci to justice, if you are able to delegitimize the medical regime, all of these other changes that they've tried to put forward in the last year and a half, getting validated. Legacy box is a super simple mail and service to have all your videotapes camcorder tapes film reels and pictures converted to perfectly preserved digital files. What's your new year's resolution? If you're like most of us, there's a box of family treasured home movies and photos tucked away in some closet that you mean to preserve, but you just can't get to it. Well, legacy box allows you to professionally digitize your past. I could tell you Andrew used it our whole show used it legacy box, a phenomenal product. It's like magic. They keep you informed, it's easy and safe. World class customer service, you send it into their facility. They digitize it professionally. All of your old memories get digitized and it's there forever. So kick off the new year by rescuing your family's most cherished memories, go to legacy box dot com slash Kirk that's legacy box dot com slash Kirk. I think you're gonna really love this product. They do a great job truly preserve your past legacy box dot com slash Kirk..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Well, obtained documents from James O'Keefe project veritas, now we know why project veritas apartment was raided, by the way. We know why James O'Keefe was targeted by the FBI because he was he's getting closer and closer. To the smoking gun to The Pentagon papers to the mix and tape equivalent of this crime that has been inflicted against this generation in this country. This proposal that was put forward by Peter Daszak from eco health alliance was denied. By darpa. Darpa puts in the letter that they believe this to be so unsafe, so risky that they wouldn't put U.S. taxpayer dollars behind it. And we have the rejection letter right here. Rejection of diffuse project proposal. Phase one $8.4 million phase two $5.7 million, the diffuse proposed project was rejected by darpa. If funding became available. The dual use research of concern risk mitigation plan includes a responsible communications plan. These reviewers assess the EHA and collaborators team and concluded that gain of function research would be disproportionately dangerous to undergo. The biological technologies team did not recommend it be fun at the time because significant weaknesses were identified. Now if Fauci would have just listened to this rejection letter, it would have just been the end of the story. But instead, this proposal that was denied that darpa rejected was later approved by naid head by Anthony Fauci. Denied by darpa and approved by Fauci to go to Mainland China and to participate in gain of function research. You read this proposal by Peter desi from the eco health alliance. He wants to, they want to develop intervention development, broad scale immune boosting, boosting, viral dynamics, targeted immune boosting. Now, whether or not the virus that has raged across the world and has changed our civilization, was leaked intentionally or not, is not the focus of this particular story. Instead, it's that Anthony Fauci's buddy, his partner in crime, Peter Daszak his private sector liaison who runs eco health alliance, received a rejection letter from the federal government and Anthony Fauci approved it anyway. Through his own NIA budget. You have to, you have to wonder if the federal government wasn't so large without any form of oversight, which basically almost no oversight happens from Congress. There are these kind of show trials that happen where they bring the bureaucrat in. They ask questions for 5 minutes. They give rehearsed answers and they leave. I was watching some of the Anthony Fauci hearing this morning and we'll get some tape of this. So right after Rand Paul, I couldn't recognize the voice because I was listening to it on radio, driving in this morning, and there was a senator that says, thank you, Doctor Fauci. Just thank you. Now, we've been through in great detail before, why science and the belief in the inevitable perfection of man, which is basically the underlying premise of modern science in the German historic ascent, why Fauci is an untouchable person for the postmodern left. Fauci matters to them. Fauci must never be held accountable. If they are to enact the future that they envision, one where you're children, own nothing, never get married and stare at a screen all day long. That is the future that they want to put forward and wear a mask and get 19 boosters a year. But this story, military documents that gain a function contradict Fauci testimony under oath, we know that Fauci has lied under oath before. Fauci lied under oath in May to senator Rand Paul. Fauci lied under oath about this gain of function contract. And I would just venture a guess and speculate. This is just the beginning of the deceit and the double standard and the criminal nature of our own government's intimate involvement in the creation of this virus. And now I'm going to connect the two stories together..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Can we just take a moment to be thankful that we live in a country in which we can acknowledge our past and acknowledge our present and hope for the future? Is it possible without moving into a who's more woke debate about where our country came from and how it existed and how it came? At this point in time, unless you trace your lineage back thousands of years, everybody is living on land that at one point in time they probably their ancestors didn't come from a lot of them didn't. A lot of them in Europe, you know, they're but as people expand out. Relatives came from other places, but America has always been a melting pot for everyone. This is the part that just bothers me. We can keep rehashing about what is wrong or bad or weakening. Knowledge and say, what do we do to work forward? How do we do this as we go forward as a country? And that's the issue that I think so many of our people, the people in the country are waiting for. They're just waiting. For us to have honest conversations. Because at the end of the day, I'll just say this. With Thanksgiving in the rearview mirror now, Thanksgiving for many is a time in which they see their families, they have a time to eat, or they have a time to share. For some, you know, you haven't always the family squabbles or the family arguments, but at the end of the day, it's about coming together and sharing what's good about this country. I mean, every day of the year, you have a chance to share what you don't like. And even though Thanksgiving, you have that right. But isn't there at least a time when you're thankful for the right to protest? Now let's just put it in a different perspective. Thankful for the ride to have the ability to tweet things like that. I guess not for some is they move forward. This is really just the frustrating part for so many as we come on. Folks, we have got so much left coming up here in the next few weeks. The node Collins podcast, we're gonna be delving into these issues. We've got some great guests coming up. We're trying to get narrow Scott on, reverend out of Cleveland, Ohio, great friend, to this program, and great friend coming up his pastor in his work in the community. We're going to have Matthew Whitaker on this week. Former acting attorney general who came to light when he took over before Bill Barr was named and it plays a real part in my book, the clock in the counter if you and I got a copy still available to get a copy of the clock and the calendar and go out and get it for Christmas, you can get it in time for gift giving during this season. You can get anywhere you get your books online or you can go to stores called the clock and the counters say, it's my discussion of the Democrats obsession with Donald Trump. My Whitaker plays a big role in it looking forward to talking with him this week and sharing those times with you. But this is just a lot going on. My thing is, be safe. Enjoy the freedoms you have. And every once in a while, give thanks. Because when you give thanks a thankful heart as a grateful heart, and then we can look at each other. And say, I'm a disagree with you. I don't like you. I don't like what you say, but I respect the right that we live here in America and we can come to an agreement that the rights that we've been given are the reason we have a grateful and thankful nation. We have that we have everything. So folks, go out, be thankful for what you got. God bless you. We'll see you next time on the Doug Collins podcast..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"Anthony Fauci. Just a few things before we get into the one thing that gets me the most about Fauci, though, is really what I'll call is the fear factor. Going on TV and saying, oh, you can't see Christmas, we don't need to have Christmas this year. We don't need to have Thanksgiving this year. You know, you need to be avoiding big, again, what is amazing to me all throughout these many pronouncements about football could be the stadiums could be a super spreader, the advance with families at Christmas, and all these kind of things that have just been sort of building up, but yet when there were big events of proportionately liberal, whether they be what we saw in rioting and protest last year or what we see at parties where you see the left who promote mask everywhere, but wearing no masks, like the Met Gala and so many other things. Fauci's quiet. He doesn't say anything about those. Again, it's interesting to me that he is quiet on so many of these issues that are just contradictory. But this issue of fear is something that I want to focus on for just a minute. Fauci himself. President Trump, former president Trump was actually criticized a great deal of not taking the virus seriously. Now I have a hard time figuring out why that is true. He tried to tap down fear. I mean, he's been criticized for that. But he started when I was in Congress. I mean, at the end of January, he started the task force, put vice president Pence in charge. I mean, they started looking at this. He was on it every day. He was having briefings, started getting resources, getting everything together. I mean, didn't started operation warp speed, which led to the vaccine. I mean, just so many things. But taking it seriously because he wasn't the doom and gloom sort of look in the camera and saying, you know, we're all in trouble while this is going to be. He can't be positive outbreak, then we're going to get through this. And had others around him, though, that were saying a similar thing. In fact, what was interesting is fallacy had downplayed the virus itself. You know, some of the same thing that president Trump was criticized for saying last in February of 2020, the public should not be frightened by March he was singing in a different tone, warning the people that they needed to stop, they needed to do their part to stop the spread and take the virus seriously. Doctor Burke's himself also used the now discredited imperial modeling that was used for the shutdowns, which has been shown to be have problem of ants. Again, it just over and over and over, we see these issues with Anthony Fauci, but yet he is credited is I am science, Tony Fauci, and this is just, again, just a reminder here. You know, this is the same man who got into it with Rand Paul in the Senate hearings and all but denied that the NIH and he had no knowledge of the studies being done in Wuhan, and yet we now found out they were funding them through a secondary source they were funding this stuff. And nobody's held in account of that. I have a single mainstream media bring him before the place here to say, oh, we got to talk about this. This is terrible, you know, Fauci lied, you know, people died. I mean, that kind of thing. But nobody says it. I mean, the mainstream media just completely gives him a pass on it. That these are the kind of things that, again, when you're not held accountable for, is the things that frustrate so many folks. I mean, remember, just recently talking about how many people would actually die from this. A lot higher than it was. In early onset cruises were okay. On March 9th, I mean, a few days before the shutdown last year, which was an error. Again, the issues that have been spread by Doctor Fauci are many, the contradictions are numerous. Okay, if you think that you said something and you need to correct it, that is fine. But the problem that I have with this brand statement is this. If you're going to say criticizing you, is an indicator that you don't trust science. It's an indicator that you're just easily you're trying to play the martyr here, Doctor Fauci and say, oh, when they just attack me, it's easier just to attack me, but what they're really doing is attacking science. All I gotta say to that is bull. You're just playing poor pitiful Fauci. Feel a sympathetic audience on face the nation. In light of another variant that is coming, which probably others will come. Honest questions about what has been going on and what you have said that people look to you and question. Although one side never questions you, no matter how many different pronouncements you make, the other side of when they question you, you say, look, I represent science. If that's representing science, Doctor Fauci, we all need to take another look at what we learned in our classes growing up through high school and college is to what the scientific method is. Is that mean that we just say what we want to say? And then check it out. That's gotta hypothesis. I think it might be this. Let's go check it out. But you're not good, you're not doing that. You're saying here's what we need and then unfortunately the pressure from other colleagues or doctors or others, you're saying, well, don't need to do that. We need to reverse course. Again, quit playing the science card, if you're simply playing the opinion card. Because our country, our world, we need true scientific facts. We need to take precautions. We need to take everything we need to. If you want to take the vaccine, take the vaccine, the vaccine is there, thank you, warp speed. Thank you, president Trump for getting it to the market as quickly as it possibly did for his many people around the world a second. We need to continue this fight, but also when you look around, there's a lot of variants out there, Doctor Fauci is becoming just one of the noises out there that unfortunately, people still run to, but yet ignore the history that comes out there..

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"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"In which I use the example of Athens Georgia in Georgia is in our numbers are down yet we've had 90,000 people in San Francis stadium owned 6 weekends in the fall and seen nothing of the supreme or outside of it that is calls our numbers to spy. Again, going back to Fauci in his own words in his discussions about staying away from each other and we're not going to get to the mask yet, get home a minute there. But there's just so much to this virus we don't know and the one thing that we do know is the shutdown effect, especially among the kids is something that we need to be aware of because what we're seeing is studies from the U.S. and abroad have already shown that keeping kids from school had serious consequences. We saw suicide rights among youth rising in many parts of the world, children in other countries has been shown for getting basic life skills, mental health issues, have come up and increased. And for many, if they were in abusive relationships or unfortunately, unfortunate sexual abuse or physical abuse relationships in their homes, they were being kept in the very place in which the abuse was taking place. Again, all come out of a decision that it was better to keep people away. And then also the teacher's unions, which we've already seen, had a very big role in that, not wanting to send their teachers back, but still wanting to get paid. And it's beginning to have this effect. So Anthony Fauci has been on the different sides almost all the time, but always on the side of seemingly what assay is stirring up a little bit of the fear factor. Now, the other thing that we talked about here and as we go forward is this issue of mask. Let's talk about mask. If you were to hear the laugh the left would say that I need to wear a mask anymore. I'm telling you also right now. If you're riding down the road in your car by yourself and you're wearing a mask, I don't know what to do for you. I really don't. If you're in the car, buy yourself wearing a mask. Maybe there's a reason. I don't know what it could be, but this just shows you how consumed that we have become on this issue of mass. Now, speaking of mask and mask mandates, the same, I am science, Anthony Fauci, said march of last year, he said, in March that there was no reason to wear a mask. But by April, he had joined the course of doctors and health agent encouraging the use of mass. This is one asymptomatic transmission, early on, he said, no problem with a transmission. By the time August arrived, he said asymptomatic transmission is probably the biggest driver going on. Again, I don't bring these up necessarily to say, and for some of you out there who might be listening, if you're a liberal and you're listening, you just despise what I'm saying. Hear me, I have no problem with evidence in science driving the facts. I have a great problem with a man who is entrusted with as he says, I am science. If you're attacking me, you're attacking science. Being the first to spout information without science without a reason, or maybe it was, maybe this is the key here. Maybe that was the scientific reason that he had been a part of his entire career and was simply stating the truth, but then as especially this man, mask issue from last April, he joined in other doctors and health agency who all of a sudden said, oh no, we've got to wear my mask is the thing that will help. And the reality is that most people don't wear a mask properly. Most people don't have the mask on, right? They don't have a mask it'll actually work in the sense that we believe them to work. And then we got into this one mass too. You know, again, a lot of issues here. I'm not attacking if he actually legitimately learned something fine, but my question is, he is the scientific leader as he's called himself, uh, self proclaimed, and yet in this he is saying, the first time I was like, oh, no reason to wear a mask. They come on. I mean, is that a cute? And then just a few weeks or two later, changed it. I think more perception than anything else. You know, is there ways that the mask can help? Yes. You know, if you're close, if you have symptoms, if you don't feel again, this is another area, which again, if is it wrong for people to question what is the scientific background of many of what are much of what Tony Fauci says. Well, all I know is this. There's a lot going on in the world and we're going to get back to Tony Fauci here in just a second, but if you're actually out there trying to piece through this, this is why you listen to the Doug Collins podcast. You want to know the truth you want to hear about what's going on in the world and how we can is conservatives relate to it. One of the things is that you need to have truth. You need to have a navigator. You need to have somebody who's been there. They can walk you through it. That's what we would have a certain from Tony Fauci, but yet we've shown this to be not true. But when it comes to your retirement and your personal finances, there is what somebody that you can actually trust. Legacy precious metals is a way to fight through all of the disinformation to fight through the stock markets that are up one day down the next. The rumors and rumors of recession and rumors of inflation and the reality of inflation taking away buying power. All of this comes in to those who actually have been there who's been through this before and they know how to navigate through. And legacy precious metals can be your best navigator in this time. 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"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

The Doug Collins Podcast

08:38 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on The Doug Collins Podcast

"And there's not a doctor willing to talk to and I've talked to many of them who will say that they can give you a certain degree guarantee that there's no risk or things through a pregnancy. It doesn't mean you shouldn't take it, not only, again, up to you, but it's not as if it was. What really however struck me is the comments over the weekend by what has become now known is how you want to call him you can like him dislocate him, Anthony Fauci has become the face of the last two almost two years in the United States when it comes to this virus. And the thing about it is though, is Anthony Fauci has not been the stalwart of a one and a straightforward opinion. He's been changing. We're going to talk about that here in just a minute. But the thing about is there's build up this mythology, it seems like around Anthony Fauci that anything this man says we ought to follow. Even if he changes his mind less than a week or two after it. And anything that Fauci says has become the end all beta. However, this weekend, I want to read you something that came out in one of his interviews this week, and it was a decision and a discussion that really for me sort of highlights this problem when he is on the face the nation this weekend. He was answering instead of answering the challenges to what was going on. Remember, he's been carrying on a long running feud with Ron Rand Paul. He's been carrying on a few of Ted Cruz. There's been others back and forth with his contradictions. And frankly lying to Congress, we've sort of shown we have shown that to be true, especially in the Wuhan lab and the NIH funding. That has all been shown to that he's lied to Congress in this case. But this is what he was saying when talking about this. He said on face the nation, he says anybody who is looking at this carefully realizes that there is a distinct anti science flavor to this. He's talking about the criticism. So if they get up and criticize science, nobody's going to know what they are talking about. But if they get up and really aim their bullets at Tony Fauci, well, people can recognize that there's a person there. So it's easy to criticize. But they're really criticizing science because I represent science. Wow, you know, for Star Wars fans out there the Palpatine quote, I am the Senate. The Senate going back, you know, the John Len more popular than God, so to speak. These very self absorbed site coming from Anthony Fauci saying that I am science. I represent science. Folks, if this is the representation of science coming out from our country today, then we've got a real problem that we need to look at. I don't deny Anthony Fauci's years of service. I do find it interesting that all of his years of service he's been separated from a lot of the actual. Every day in the hospital kind of work that many of these happen upon to deal with, but he's been our lead person on these infectious diseases and things for many, many years. How he stayed in that position for so long is, again, up for a lot of questions. But the problem that we're seeing here is if Fauci represents science. If that is his I just read, where he says, it's easy to criticize, but they're really criticizing science and I represent science, then I just have a few thoughts on what do you actually represent? What does that mean that you represent science and not that you're not a doctor, not that you're not one who's been invested in scientific research, but the problem is is Anthony Fauci, I think unfortunately seems to like a TV camera better than he likes waiting to see what could actually be occurring he's willing to speak off the coffee he's willing to speak without science if you would on many occasions. In fact, he's flip flopped or been wrong on a host of different issues related to the coronavirus and related to the things going on. I mean, this is issues ranging from the mask to the severity. But one of the things is that really bothers a great deal of us is this issue of shutdowns. And last year, el march 8th, this is 2020. He described lockdown measures in China as draconian. And he studied that such restrictions wouldn't be feasible in the U.S. more than a month after the World Health Organization had declared a global health emergency on June. On January 30th. Okay, remember march 8th, ten or 30? Days later, on March 15th, he changed positions and said he was open to a national 14 day shutdown to help stop the spread. In April, when pressed in a sea and interview on why social distancing lockdowns weren't implementing sooner, he sparked confusion when he said, more lives obviously could have been saved if there hadn't been pushed back to the lockdowns at the start of the pandemic. The very next day she tried to backtrack his words. The media took that as president Trump at the time. The problem is always Anthony Fauci was actually saying this. This is a shutdown issue. That the contradictions and the contradiction to early on in this battle. Later on in September, Fauci testified that he did not regret saying that the only way to stop being explosion of the infection was by shutting down. This is also a problem and I want to touch on it here before we go on. This issue of shutdowns and especially in schools and the issue with mass, the mandates in school with the shutting down schools has really even over the last year, especially has played a very real role in the political world. I mean, this is something Fauci, you know, tries to distance himself from all the time and say, I'm not dealing in the political I'm just dealing in a science and the reality is just it's just playing out very differently on the ground. We just saw this in Virginia. And we've talked about this before in the podcast. The voters in Virginia by letting youngin is the governor and winsome Sears and others in that race. One of the underlying real components to that was the lockdowns in the shutdowns of schools in and around the Washington D.C. area and in parts of Virginia. And in ones in which a call after McAuliffe actually was going to probably continue or if not encouraged. Parents were tired of it. When you look at the statistics, and it's still to this day, the statistics still show that this virus is this coronavirus COVID virus is actually far less impactful in school age kids. Can it be spread? Yes, but as far as the actual virus itself, the numbers are exceedingly low compared to other issues. And they shut down of our schools, I think it's something that's going to come back and really be a problem for us here, but in fact in the world where if they've done it in other parts of the world, but here in the United States, I'm talking with a school superintendent last year during the shutdown when they were trying to get back open and look at how the school and others were going to get back open last fall. In 2020 and this is just half a year in this predicament and they were trying to figure out how they're going to do last year and in some schools just continue to shut it down. This was the problem is that the shutdowns especially in the schools affected the ones that you believe that you think about, but you don't want to think about it. It affects those who are poor. It affects those of that have do not have the resources. Lockdowns only are, frankly, the rich, or those who have manes or those who can do are the ones that can manage through a shutdown, whereas those of working class who need to go to jobs who need to earn a living who need to get their kids to school, and are the ones that suffer the most, and especially kids who come from economic situations are not good. School is their outlet for food is their outlet for social interaction is their outlet for learning and growing as they go. And so this idea that we continue to hear and Fauci has talked about it over several times talking about shutdowns or keeping kids keeping people away from each other big events or Christmas or Thanksgiving and not having social interaction. And the interesting part is is we went through a football season here in the south and in the north as well.

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"fauci" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"There's a bad idea to of how we can get you out. But how this unfolds. God knows how in the hell joe biden. Do you decide. You're gonna pull out of afghanistan and then you don't have a plan for fifteen thousand. Us citizens they're not already out of the country before you get this started. How the hell does that happen right. Joe by dummy. Anybody gonna resign. Anybody gonna get fired. The short answer is we thought we had months. The you know that the storm would be seen gathering on the horizon and moving slowly across the plane and we could see it coming and thank well. We're probably down to about sixty days to get people as well. Let's get out to less critical people and we'll meet again next month and decide who to get out and go ahead and book tickets on their out halfway across the country and i think by by october they'll be here so let's go ahead and book tickets and we'll gather belongings and we'll move out of kabul. I guess that's what they thought. Any comment text line. Four one five nine five. Kfi shot jack. Armstrong and joe armstrong and getty show. This is crazy. A serbian hermit who lived in a small mountain cave for more than twenty years just heard about the pandemic and emerged to get vaccinated which means even people literally living under a rock trusting science twenty years in a cave on his way out of cvs. he's magazine. it was like. Oh good benon jalen. We're still together at that. That saved because that whole phrase trusting or believing in the following show a punch. Everybody uses that phrase right in amount sciences. That would hurt. We do breaking news. I so i got a text from a buddy of mine Last hour said. I'm getting the booster shot today. And i thought wow okay. It's a little jumping the gun..

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"fauci" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

Armstrong & Getty On Demand

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"fauci" Discussed on Armstrong & Getty On Demand

"The armstrong and getty show the immediate priority as you say is to get the americans trapped behind taliban lines down of f. ghanistan joe biden total ball. Face lie yesterday when he said they plan for every contingency they obviously did not because there are ten to fifteen thousand americans behind taliban checkpoints. My office has been in direct contact with hundreds of these people who have not heard from the state department who cannot get to the airport in kabul because the taliban have checkpoints all over the roads and control all access to it and joe biden's administration won't even commit to stay in afghanistan to secure that airport for two more weeks to get all those americans. Al a senator. Tom cotton as reading. Josh rogin twitter feed in which he re tweeted some information. There are fifteen thousand. Americans currently trapped in afghanistan. Some are reaching the airport for evacuation. But it's unclear how many the taliban will allow through since they get to make that decision dual citizens are the most at risk..

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