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Fauci’s Reign of Terror Coming To An End
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Dr. Anthony Fauci’s reign of terror over the nation’s healthcare will finally come to an end in December. The legacy left behind will be that he presided over the greatest healthcare debacle in history. Naturally, he and his acolytes don’t see it that way. They view Fauci and his draconian edicts as the greatest thing ever. However, a closer examination of what he did was anything but great.
Fauci recommended shutting down schools, churches, and public events like funerals and weddings. He even suggested that holidays be canceled. His unscientific reach was far and endless. Anyone questioning his recommendations was chided and canceled. It was his words all were forced to live by. Children returning to school were forced to wear a mask. Once there was a vaccine, which Fauci said would take years to make, they became mandated, in large part, to go outside and work.
Fauci must be held accountable for his lies about the origin of COVID and its spread. While he will leave the public stage as a hero, to some, he must be held accountable for the destruction of lives currently and decades in the future.
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