As Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. reveals in his new book, The Real Anthony Fauci, the architect of these disastrous Covid-19 policies is Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). Masks, social distancing, lockdowns, vaccinations, useless PCR tests and the withholding of information on any remedy besides vaccinations—all these are the direct result of Fauci policies, even though it’s clear he knows better. For example, Fauci initially indicated he was aware that mask dictates were contrary to overwhelming science, but changed his tune in July 2020, noting that his earlier dismissal of mask efficacy was correct “in the context of the time in which I said it.”
Fauci’s advice for Covid patients: stay home in quarantine and do nothing whatsoever, until breathing difficulties force the sufferers to hospitals where they receive a death sentence of ventilation and the dangerous antiviral drug remdesivir. Numerous highly qualified physicians have suggested treatment protocols employing off-the-shelf medications such as hydroxychloroquine and monoclonal antibodies, and nutritional strategies like zinc and vitamin D, all of which are disadvised by Fauci, who admitted taking vitamin D himself. According to Dr. Peter McCullough, a highly qualified and outspoken critic of Fauci policies, the Fauci dictates amount to “Cruelty at a population level. Never in history have doctors deliberately treated patients with this kind of barbarism.”
As for the Covid vaccines, it was Fauci who led the charge with the accusations that 95 to 99 percent of Covid-related hospitalizations and deaths occurred among the unvaccinated. Health officials promulgated this deception by counting deaths and hospitalizations occurring up to two weeks after the second vaccine as “unvaccinated,” or simply attributing deaths from vaccination as Covid deaths. As reports of vaccine injuries and deaths have piled up—including the paralysis of trial participant Maddie de Garay from the Pfizer vaccine for teenagers—Fauci has remained silent, instead urging the vaccination of school children without parental consent.
As director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Dr. Anthony Fauci dispenses over six billion dollars in annual taxpayer-provided funding for scientific research, allowing him to dictate the subject, content and outcome of scientific health research across the globe. And this has been going on for years. During his fifty-year career, Fauci “has transformed NIAID into a seamless subsidiary of the pharmaceutical industry. . . unabashedly [promoting] his sweetheart relationship with Pharma as a ‘public-private partnership.’” Fauci’s agency uses taxpayer moneys to fund patent development by private companies, some of which pay royalties to Fauci and his underlings. For example, working with a company called SIGA Technologies, Fauci developed vaccine programs for HIV, SARS, Ebola, West Nile virus and influenza.
Same fear, different year—remember how these diseases were going to kill us all, and how a vaccine was conveniently waiting in the wings? Behold the methodology of Faucism: scare them into submission and profit from the panic. Fauci launched his career by allowing Burroughs Wellcome (now GlaxoSmithKline) to charge ten thousand dollars annually for the AIDS drug AZT (azidothymidine), a drug that cost a mere five dollars per dose to manufacture. The drug was tested and approved by Fauci himself and inflicted on AIDS patients whose condition NIH blamed on a virus; no one provided AIDS patients with life-saving advice on nutrition and life-style and many succumbed to the side effects of the drug, side effects that included blood problems, anemia, wasting and death. Fauci’s list of crimes includes administering AZT and other toxic drugs to foster children, including by feeding tube if the children resisted.
Kennedy isn’t alone in his assessment of Fauci. Critics have compared Dr. Fauci “to a similarly long-lived federal agency bureaucrat, J. Edgar Hoover, who used his five-decade dictatorial control of the FBI to transform the agency into a vehicle for shielding organized crime, fortifying his corrupt political partners, oppressing Black Americans, surveilling his political enemies, suppressing free speech and dissent, and as a platform for building a cult of personality around his own inflated ego.” Others have called him a “snake oil salesman” and a “bigger medical charlatan than Rasputin.” Fauci himself admits that his favorite line from The Godfather is “It’s nothing personal, it’s strictly business.”
As Kennedy points out, Fauci doesn’t do public health. “By every metric, his fifty-year regime has been a catastrophe for American health. But as a businessman, his success has been boundless.” That catastrophe includes ever worsening health metrics for our children, the transformation of our hospitals into isolation prisons, and greatly increased poverty, especially for minorities.
Kennedy concludes his fascinating tome with a call to action: “We can say No to compliance with jabs for work, No to sending children to school with forced testing and masking, No to censored social media platforms, No to buying products from the companies bankrupting and seeking to control us. These actions are not easy, but living with the consequences of inaction would be far harder.”
All proceeds from The Real Anthony Fauci go to Children’s Health Defense (CHD), an organization founded by Kennedy to end childhood health epidemics by working aggressively to eliminate harmful exposures, hold those responsible accountable, and to establish safeguards so this never happens again. CHD is asking activists to buy the book, to alert friends and contacts to do the same, and to ask local bookstores and libraries to carry it. Give copies to local mayors, sheriffs, legislators and policymakers—whatever we can do to propel its message into the limelight and change the conversation about what constitutes public health.