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At Deposition, Maskless Fauci Forced Stenographer to Wear a Mask

At Deposition, Maskless Fauci Forced Stenographer to Wear a Mask

No one else in the room was masked. “The last thing in the world I want to get is Covid” Fauci declared, as the court reporter told him her sniffles were just allergies.

As Professor Jacobson reported earlier this week, White House covid advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci gave a deposition in the lawsuit commenced by Louisiana and Missouri.

That suit alleges numerous Biden administration officials colluded with and directed big tech and social media giants to censor dissenting scientific and medical voices with regard to the pandemic.

It turns out, that during the final phase of his career, Fauci is exiting Washington, D.C. the same way he operated in in: With extreme arrogance. Despite having recovered from covid, he forced a court reported to don a mask during the deposition.

Professor Jacobson confirmed with attorney Younges, who was in the room, that the court reporter was the only one asked by Fauci to put on a mask, and that no one else — including Fauci — was wearing a mask.

Fauci has had a long history of inconsistency when it comes to the protection from covid offered from masks.

New emails show how Dr. Anthony Fauci constantly changed his opinion on how effective the use of masks are to the American public.

On Feb. 4, 2020, Sylvia Burwell, a former secretary of Health and Human Services under Barack Obama and the current president of American University in Washington DC, emailed Dr. Anthony Fauci with a question.

“Tony … I am traveling to [REDACTED]. Folks are suggesting I take a mask for the airport,” Burwell wrote. “Is this something I should do.”

Fauci got back to her early the following day.

“Sylvia: Masks are really for infected people to prevent them from spreading infection to people who are not infected rather than protecting uninfected people from acquiring infection,” wrote the head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID).

“The typical mask you buy in the drug store is not really effective in keeping out virus, which is small enough to pass through the material.

Fauci then went all-in on the mask mandate.

Many on social media slammed Fauci for the economy-disrupting, society-destroying, liberty-curtailing pandemic polices he and his minions foisted on the American people.

And his arrogance also drew criticism.

Of all the people not returning to power to the nation’s capital next year, I am most glad he will not be back.


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Should have been asked straight away has he had the covid shot? Any subsequent boosters of that. And if so why would he be worried it will not protect him?

I hope I live long enough to see his name on the dark side of history.. permanently..

This flipping guy, his hubris has got to be building up a massive karmic backlash.

He’s quintuple-vaxxed, right? And he’s assured is the vaccines are safe and effective. So what’s he worried about? And all the alphabet soup government agencies are filled with sniveling power-mad bureaucrats like him. Elections don’t really matter, the administrative state answers only to itself and must be ripped out by the roots if freedom is to prevail in the USA.

I hope Fauci is soon occupying a 6 x 9 cell with a large guy named Bubba. If Fauci asks Bubba to mask up, standby for ensuing hilarity.

It’s about dominance and making the lessers know their place.

He is a psychopath. Controlled to be sure, but convinced he exits as the most important individual in the world.

Don’t be mad at the fool.

Be mad at those who did not revolt with the necessary fervor. Including the one in the mirror.

While those with the “rightious anger” were destroying cities, 99.999% of mask victims went along to get along.

You know who I saw rebel the most? The occasional 60 year old men in Lowes. The patriarchy, or what’s left of it.

    Work’us in reply to Andy. | November 26, 2022 at 3:23 am

    And yet, respectfully, you and we stick around for what new fresh hell they will unleash

    Maybe somebody needs to form a working group to explore the practicalities involved in a group exodus. To where? I don’t know.

      CapeBuffalo in reply to Work’us. | November 26, 2022 at 1:12 pm

      Why an exodus? Why someplace else? What we have (had?) was built by a democratic, capitalistic system that is unrivaled in history and present day. The only solution is to keep what was built it is worth the fight but we need a national leader and each of us need to convince a “sheep” that life in the herd is no life at all.

    I can me mad at both.

You can’t make this stuff up. Fraudci perfectly represents the apparatchik’s arrogance, hypocrisy, capriciousness and narcissism.

And, now, this vile twit will collect an undeserved, $500K annual pension, when he should be occupying a jail cell.

The clerk should have refused to accommodate Fraudci’s power play antics.

On what basis can he make such a demand? Why didn’t she say no?

Exactly how did he “force” her to wear a mask? What would have happened if she refused which is what she should have done and told him to pound sand at the same time.

A handmade tale must be sustained in order to remain a viable form of leverage.

Court reporter should have sneezed directly on him.

That’s exactly how they did this all along: You must do anything at all that might mitigate what might be any risk at all.

– Trade-offs are a thing.

– You don’t get to decide.

– I’m here too; what’s good for you trades off vs. what’s good for me.

– And, the goal is not “safety”, it’s all the life we can get. (Maybe not you. You seem to be a bit off a schmuck.)

Trading off too much life for too little “safety” is a bad deal. The way the politics works, the balance point is way different if you’re the one imposed on vs. doing the imposing. (Especially when you are caste-exempted from your own diktats.)

And so it goes…

Lets not forget that how a man treats those who are entirely helpless is a big window into who they are.

The things this man did to monkeys and dogs simply for fun with no pretense of scientific gain is so appalling that I can’t not be happy when the overall story is how he was forced to testify and that his testimony did not help him in any way.

Demanding a mask in this case would be so anger inducing if we did not already know that was who Fauxi is.

Following up someone who admits he doesn’t read scientific research and claims by scientists who don’t toe the line are exactly what is wrong with Fauxi and the Democratic Party takeover of academia and I hope to never ever under any circumstances see a resurrections of the Bush era culture surrender.

There will be a terrible day of reckoning for Anthony Fauci.

This was virtue signaling by an expert in virtue signaling Hopefully we will see this transcript in the near future

Wait, since when do they hold these Federal depositions in party tents on Martha’s Vineyard?

(Was the stenographer chican- hispan- latin- what’s the term this week — er — browner than Fauci? Shouldn’t somebody remind him that distaste for contamination from contact with the genetic undermenschen has an — er — distasteful history? Not a good look when advocating: “Your papers please.” my dude.)

Or was it a gala, with ‘rona slogans painted across The Science Gnome’s butt? Doesn’t do much for me, but there’s no accounting for taste.

So Fauci claims he is but a bureaucrat and he plays a Doctor on TV?