My Fauci Deep Dive

America's most famous public health expert:
-Exalted deity to some
-Embodiment of evil to others

What's the truth?

It's complicated...

It starts slow, but boy does it get good

Please RT this first tweet if you learned something new and interesting

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Any retrospective on Fauci has to start in the 1980's with the arrival of HIV/AIDS

A trained immunologist, he was named director of the National Institute for Allergens and Infections Disease (NAIAD) in 1984, and has held this position since (36 yrs)

AIDS was his first test

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Initially, Fauci was the target for the frustration of the Gay community which was being disproportionately affected by AIDS

Many were dying and treatments were not coming fast enough

Larry Kramer famously penned this critique of Fauci: villagevoice.com/2020/05/28/an-…

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Ultimately Fauci agreed to fast-track treatments:

"If I had a disease in which the result was that I would die no matter what, and the government was telling me, You can't try anything that might work under any circumstances, I'd be ramming down the doors, too"

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With the arrival of Highly Active Anti-Retroviral Therapy (HAART), the tide in the battle against AIDS

It was no longer a death sentence, it became a manageable chronic illness

Today, Fauci is viewed as a hero by the HIV/AIDS community

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There's also plenty of criticism to accompany Fauci's management of the AIDS crisis

I lived through it as a child and it was quite scary at the time

Fauci is responsible for creating a lot of the panic during the 80's

It's almost like he really craves media attention...

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AIDS Controversy: HIVNET

HIVNET 012: a poorly run clinical trial run in Uganda was used to as the basis to green light Nevirapine

This clinical trial did not have a control!

Whistle-blower Jonathan Fishbein was fired when he expressed concerns

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duesberg.com/articles/2006%…
Fauci also received criticism from notable scientists saying that it is not proven that HIV causes AIDS

Duesberg: was a legit scientist researchgate.net/publication/25…

Giraldo/de Harven: robertogiraldo.com/eng/papers/Far…

There's also a @joerogan podcast with Duesberg!

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I think it's very unlikely that HIV doesn't cause AIDS

Reduction in deaths after HAART treatment seems clear

Anyways, Birx and Redfield also came up working on AIDS

But their history is a bit more checkered with accusations of data misrepresentation

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edition.cnn.com/2020/06/04/pol…
Since then, Fauci has remained at the NAIAD through 6 presidents- his 4 predecessors served terms of 9, 7, 9, and 9 years

He's been front and center with SARS, Bird Flu, Swine Flu, MERS, and Ebola outbreaks

And he knows the political game...Here: sending his love to Hillary

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This one's even better!

Hillary's speech on "Global Health" brought Fauci to tears!

Global Health is a strange concept because one would expect your federal and local government health experts to be concerned about their citizens' health

Globalists sure like global stuff😉

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I remember a few years when Gates announced his "Decade of Vaccines"

Since, there's been this strange intersection between The Gates Foundation, the NIAID and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

The triumvirate's been very active during C19

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gatesfoundation.org/Media-Center/P…
Not so bad yet, but then we get to the gain of function research (GoF)

Here we start seeing a link between NIAID, Ralph Baric (UNC Chapel Hill), and Dr Shi Zhengli (Wuhan Lab) with Peter Daszak (Ecohealth) in the middle

Baric+Shi made a GoF virus

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nature.com/articles/nm.39…
Ralph Baric
-$25 covering 121 grants since 2001 to study coronavirus/SARS
-does GoF research
-remdesivir link

Shi Zhengli
-Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, biosafety lv 4
-does GoF research
-received funding via Ecohealth from NIAID

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Peter Daszak, Ecohealth
-received $7.8 mil since 2008 for bat coronavirus GoF research

NIAID funded, no direct Fauci link

I think (w/o conspiratorial intent)
-gain of function research is dangerous
-it's fair to question what role these actors may have played in C19 genesis

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Now, let's get to Covid-19

First issue, he used the IC model from Ferguson to convince Trump to lockdown

"The steep curve with 2.2 million deaths was not from Dr. Fauci, however, but from Neal Ferguson’s team at Imperial College"

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cato.org/blog/did-mitig…
Next, together with NIH Director Francis Collins and Larry Corey from FredHutch, they created the US Covid-19 Strategy

They wrote this paper to detail their plan

They convinced Trump to mobilize govt, pharma and academia to go all in on a vaccine

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science.sciencemag.org/content/368/64…
But then new information started coming out
-IFR wasn't 2-3%, probably 10X lower
-Most people weren't at risk
-Lots of asymptomatics
-Some people started claiming that cheap drugs like the Drug Which Shall Not Be Named (DWSNBN) work

Time to adjust strategy?

Nope, never!

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What happens next is remarkable because the Fauci from March/April becomes Gollum from LOTR protecting his precious Vaccine

He goes hard after DWSNBN:
-trashes any positive study
-declares it doesn't work
-shuts down the most important trial in June

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Sorry, but my entire thread didn't post for some reason

Please keep reading, the good part is yet to come

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Another problem emerges: herd immunity appears to work

Big problem!

Solution:
-New Religion: Masks and lock-downs
-Trash Sweden and herd immunity
-Deny pre-existing immunity

Here we see Gollum Fauci as he's challenged by @RandPaul on these

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To really understand what's going on I looked at NIAID funding of projects in 2019 and 2020

First I looked at 2019 where $4.9 billion was awarded to 6947 projects

I analyzed the top 200 and was surprised to find 37% of the budget was devoted to HIV/AIDS

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This is strange

HIV is now treatable

Only 13,000 people die from it

Why is AIDS disproportionately funded vs. actual public health risk it represents?

Maybe Fauci is Captain Ahab and AIDS is his Moby Dick

At 79, is this more about his legacy than public health?

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And now the bombshells: 2020

NIAID got $700 mil more for COVID

I looked at top 236 projects: 36 C19-related, 200 others

1) 81% of the C19 budget is for a vaccines
2) Therapeutics are an afterthought
3) No budget for repurposing existing drugs

All the eggs in vax basket!!!

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It gets worse!

HIV/AIDS research increased 38% compared to '19

Of the top 200 non-C19 projects, AIDS now accounts for 57% of the budget!?

Remember the Fred Hutchinson Research Center (Seattle, WA)?

11 C19+AIDS FredHutch projects got 24% of the funds of top 236 projects

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Fauci has lost his way

He is interested in achieving his goals:

-Gollum Fauci wants his Vaccine to save humanity
-Ahab Fauci wants to find a cure or vaccine before he retires

Follow the money and you will see what people's priorities are

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I mean Ahab Fauci wants to defeat AIDS before he retires

Also NIAID partnered with Moderna on the development of their mRNA vaccine

This is extremely controversial because no human mRNA vaccine has ever succeeded

Many scientists are skeptical

Risk of autoimmunity disease

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Obviously this doesn’t look great for Fauci

The question is, why have we allowed centralized decision making to dictate science?

Don’t be surprised when you make Fauci King for life and then he starts behaving that way

Why is one small group dictating science priorities?

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Awarding of science grants needs to become decentralized and transparent

I don’t know if Duesberg was right about HIV not causing AIDS, but he shouldn’t have been blackballed

He was one of the top young scientists then

Settled science is not science

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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_Due…
I hope this thread will inform people about the need to reform our public health institutions

Allocation of budgets needs to be based on health needs of population, not on bureaucratic ambitions

I’ll continue to post in this thread, a lot is still on the cutting room floor

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One of the biggest things that bothers me is how NIAID funding is just slightly less than the National Cancer Institute

We have a 40% chance of developing cancer and a 21% chance of dying from cancer

Seems like a bigger priority than AIDS/HIV

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cancer.org/cancer/cancer-…
What I write is controversial, but easily verified

Areas of attack: “you only looked at top projects”
-small projects-the grants enter the “other category” - basic science + research
-small budgets don’t yield actionable data

Curious if any journalist or politicians will RT

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The budget for therapeutics is only 11% of the total C19 projects in the top 36

So the 200k+ who have died so far were not that important afterall

This budget should have been used on repurposed drug studies because new therapeutics take far longer with clinical trials

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Even worse 75% of that budget went towards clinical trials for Lilly’s monoclonalal antibody treatment

How could they know this is one?

They could have run RCTs on DWSNBN, Ivermectin, Zinc, Vit D, Bromhexine, etc. for a fraction of the cost

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Deepdive: I watched the Pennsylvania Voter Irregularity hearing

A few thoughts
-Mostly anecdotal evidence, but powerful testimony to Trump supporters
-Trump supporters believe 110% that he was robbed
-Those State Senators, who flubbed on the no-excuse absentee ballots, will..

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...never get re-elected if they are percieved as the reason for this outcome
-There is alot of pressure from their constituents
-Politicians tend to act in their own best interests...always
-Democrats and MSM are making a huge mistake by ignoring the allegations of fraud

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-People don’t realize this, but elections are carried out at the local level and ultimately the state senators have the final say in what happens with electors
-Republicans control the State Senate in all contested swing states except Nevada

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This is the 2nd instance where I have seen evidence of voter fraud (1st was the bubble ballots)

Excellent analysis and the switching of absentee ballots for in-day ballots they demonstrate is crazy: their datapoint in bold

But I found something else!

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revolver.news/2020/11/explos…
One of the things that bothered me was why the data they stream only comes with %'s for each candidate and total votes cast

It's strange because why not just broadcast votes for each candidate?

Notice how innocent the data point seems?

9,534 new votes counted...no big deal

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Plus, Montgomery is the largest of the Dominion counties in Pennsylvania

Biden received 25% more votes than Hillary did in 2016

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21 Nov
Here are some more

Some people said it looked like they had been machine printed

Also, one person observed this phenomenon on military and overseas ballots

Except that military ballots should favor Trump

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Maybe there’s a simple explanation for Bub blega te, but I can’t think of one

These are sworn affidavits meaning there are consequences for lying

And nine different people all reporting the exact same anomaly

Somebody should look into this

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Here are all the statements put together
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18 Nov
Public Health may never recover from its failures during this pandemic

Why? - They are making the Exact same mistakes they made during the 1980’s AIDS crisis

“Blame and Shame” is NOT how you educate people

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Heavy-handed mandates with no rhyme or reason. Bringing a sledgehammer when a small scalpel is needed

Arbitrary triggers for various NPI’s. Why are we still using % positive as a guide for NPIs? (Following the viral levels in sewage waste actually makes more sense.)

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School closure seems to be a PECULIARLY American thing at this point

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17 Nov
A mini deepdive on @CodeMonkeyZ’s tweets about Dominion Voting and especially Smartmatic - gets good toward the end

We start with @CodeMonkeyZ’s assessment of Dominion

He read their entire manual

First, everyone uses same encryption key...

Why? Don’t they want accountability?
Why doesn’t Dominion want you using passwords?

Do they want diffuse accountability?

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Hmm, theft of USB admin access devices in Philadelphia

Nope, nothing to see here - move on

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12 Nov
Quick Update

Dr. Shiva was wrong because he didn’t take into consideration Republicans (splitting the ballot) voting for Biden and same in reverse (Dems vote Trump)

But he was right in his conclusions

Margins we are seeing don’t make sense

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There is a negative slope

But, even using very favorable Dem variables (30% Rep shift to Dems vs 10% Dems to Rep)

I couldn’t reproduce existing numbers as posted by Dr Shiva

Something is off

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In other words, a negative slope is correct but the angle of the curve doesn’t fit the data

It is possible that other factors are in play

Will be doing more research on this in coming days

Thus is still preliminary

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