More Tony Fauci emails have come to light showing that “America’s doctor” was offered “resources and money” by Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, who appears to have played an important role in unleashing the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) “pandemic.”
The partially redacted emails show Fauci acknowledging the bribes from Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg also apparently asked Fauci for assistance in “building a Coronavirus Information Hub” on Facebook to spread the word about the plandemic.
“I will write to or call Mark and tell him that I am interested in doing this,” Fauci wrote in one of the emails, apparently accepting the offer that was made to him by Zuckerberg.
One of Zuckerberg’s emails to Fauci, dated March 15, 2020, explains that Facebook’s goal at the time was to “make sure people can get authoritative information from reliable sources,” as well as “encourage people to practice social distance and give people ideas for doing this using internet tools.”
Zuckerberg also requested a video from Fauci because he thought it would be more effective at swaying Facebook users to go along with the plandemic agenda as opposed to hearing from “just a bunch of agencies and political leaders.”
“I’m also doing a series of livestreamed Q&As with health experts to try to use my large following on the platform (100 million followers) to get authoritative information out as well,” Zuckerberg further wrote.
“I’d love to have you do one of these Q&As. This could be the video we put in the Coronavirus Hub or it could be a different thing that we distribute separately, but I think it could be effective as well.”
Fauci says everything he did during the plandemic was “innocent”
When questioned by “Sway” host Kara Swisher about these incriminating emails during a recent podcast appearance, Fauci of course denied any wrongdoing, claiming that every single one of them “can be explained in a way that is perfectly normal, perfectly innocent and completely above board.”
In his usual whiny defensiveness, Fauci scoffed at the idea that he did anything illegal, even though it is a crime for a private organization, in this case Facebook, to offer cash or “resources” to a government employee.
“In any other world, this would be constituted as a form of a bribe towards a government official,” write Raheem Kassam and Natalie Winters for The National Pulse.
Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline agrees, having stated that this whole thing is “like having private interests stuffing money into the pockets of the umpire before he calls the first ball or strike.”
Fauci is also playing dumb about the whole thing concerning his leaked emails and the random portions of some of them that are redacted for unknown reasons. He told Swisher that it is all “completely out of my control,” suggesting that he is the victim in all of this.
“Hey, big scoop. Here we go. Mark said, hey, is there anything that we can do to help out to get the messages out, the right public health messages?” Fauci scoffed sarcastically during the interview.
“I have a very important medium here in Facebook. Can I help? As a matter of fact, if you guys don’t have enough resources and money to do some of the things you want, just let us know.”
Nice try, Fauci, but we all know the truth. You are hardly fooling anyone anymore except your devoted cult followers who will double and triple down forever, even when you eventually – hopefully – have to stand before a judge, jury or military tribunal to make a case for your crimes against humanity. Good luck.
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