You probably won't get to Fauci, Jon. Took me two congressmen working together with me to get a meeting.
Back in the early 90's in my Aids Vs. O3 chronology, I described how after proving with cured Aids patients, documents and lab tests from around the world, and testimony from their successfully treating doctors, Dr. Anthony Fauci leaned back in his chair, flashed an explicit two handed illuminatti sign, and told me and the former Aids patents along with their doctors and Senator Harkin and Rep. Bedell all in attendance in the BIG meeting at the DC Infectious Disease CDC offices: "WE SEE NO REASON TO PURSUE THIS!"
Later, after seeing the proof of cure and documented lab tests right in front of him that day, he told questioners to "Stay away from Active Oxygen Ozone Therapy because it is not proven."
Look up the meeting in the CDC records. And in the records of US Technology assessment. He has not changed. IMO he has been told not to. I am strictly neutral but I will say this: If any GITMO justice candidate proposal process exists, IMO I vote for him.
ALL the AIDS and other virus deaths from that moment on are results from his policies and decisions IMO. They absolutely were given their documented chance and turned away from truth.
: By Jon Rappoport
: After a prominent celebrity went public with the following
: statement on national television, I tried to contact him
: for a follow-up. No luck so far. He does seem to urge
: people to take the flu shot, but his other remarks are
: potentially explosive, if you fill in a few blanks and
: glean the implications. Here is his statement: "I want
: you to understand something that shocked me when I saw it.
: I spoke with Dr. Fauci on this and I was really amazed, and
: I think most people are amazed to hear it. The [ordinary]
: flu in our country kills from 25,000 people to 69,000
: people a year. That was shocking to me. So far, if you look
: at what we [in the US] have with the 15 people [diagnosed
: with the coronavirus] and they're recovering, one is pretty
: sick, but hopefully we'll [he'll] recover. But the others
: are in great shape. But think of that. 25,000 to 69,000
: [ordinary flu deaths annually]. Over the last 10 years,
: we've lost 360,000. These are people that have died from
: the flu, from what we call the flu..."
: He seems to be pointing a big fat accusatory finger at US
: public health agencies, like the CDC, as he says, Look, all
: these deaths from ordinary flu every single year, like
: clockwork, and you don't declare THAT an epidemic or an
: emergency, so why are you issuing stern warnings when 15
: people in the US have been diagnosed with the coronavirus;
: imagine the reaction if we had 35,000 deaths year after
: year from the coronavirus in the US; you would go nuts;
: what's wrong with you people?
: You can see why I wanted to follow up with him. All sorts of
: issues to explore and discuss.
: Of course, as I've shown in these pages many times, he's dead
: wrong about how many people can be confirmed as annual flu
: deaths in the US. That number is really miniscule.
: Nevertheless, his point stands: if national public health
: agencies CLAIM that 35,000 people a year die of ordinary
: flu, why don't they call that an epidemic? And why do they
: call 15 "coronavirus cases" in the US an
: I wanted to sort all this out with him, but it looks like I
: won't be able to.
: His name is Donald Trump, and he made his comments Wednesday
: night during his address to the nation.
: The press made very little mention of this, except to
: disparage him for daring to compare ordinary pedestrian flu
: to the white-hot coronavirus situation. What is ordinary
: about the claim that 360,000 Americans per decade die of
: the flu? That's a puzzle, isn't it? I just called my
: doctor. He told me to take two Thorazine, go to bed, and
: think about it again in the morning.
: Jon Rappoport
: The author of three explosive collections, THE MATRIX
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