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Fauci Deposition report: “he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!”

Fauci Deposition report: “he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!”

Louisiana AG Jeff Landry: “Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon ‘the science.’ Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!”

The deposition of Anthony Fauci took place today in the lawsuit commenced by Louisiana and Missouri, alleging that numerous Biden administration officials colluded with and directed big tech and social media giants to censor dissenting scientific and medical voices with regard to Covid.

We covered the case and the court order for Fauci (and others) to testify under oath in these posts:

We don’t know much about what happened. The deposition, while it was recorded, was not streamed. And there apparently is a protective order prohibiting the parties or those in attendance from separately recording.

In advance of the deposition, Missouri Attorney General (and Senator-elect) Eric Schmitt promised they would attempt to get answers from Fauci:

“Tomorrow, along with my colleague from Louisiana, my Office and I will depose Dr. Anthony Fauci in our lawsuit against the Biden Administration for allegedly colluding with social media companies to censor freedom of speech,” said Attorney General Schmitt. “Since we filed our landmark lawsuit, we have uncovered documents and discovery that show clear coordination between the Biden Administration and social media companies on censoring speech, but we’re not done yet. We plan to get answers on behalf of the American people. Stay tuned.”

Well, it’s not clear how many answers were given. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, who attended the deposition, tweeted that Fauci had a lack of memory

Wow! It was amazing to spend 7 hours with Dr. Fauci. The man who single-handedly wrecked the U.S. economy based upon “the science.” Only to discover that he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his Covid response!

Jenin Younes, an attorney from the New Civil Liberties Alliance, representing the physicians and scientist who were attacked after signing The Great Barrington Declaration, was present, and observed:

One of my favorite quotes from Fauci’s deposition today: “I have a very busy day job running a six billion dollar institute. I don’t have time to worry about things like the Great Barrington Declaration.”

The other one, which I didn’t write down carefully enough to claim is verbatim, is: I was too busy developing a vaccine that saved millions of lives to care about what happens on social media.

At some point we’ll find out more about the deposition, and what Fauci forgot.

Fauci is leaving his post in December, before Republicans take control of the House. He will be the subject of House committee investigations and will be subpoenaed to testify.



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Fauci has discovered “…he can’t recall practically anything dealing with his COVID response.”

Either he has the mental capacity of the President of the United States or he’s a liar.

    Embrace the power of “and”.

    Or both. I think it’s both.

    BobM in reply to Paula. | November 23, 2022 at 11:46 pm

    It’s the “Hillary Defense”.
    Back when Bill was prez he assigned his wife to oversee designing an overhaul of the US health care system – it was going to be Obama Care before there was an Obama.

    Apparently the group she headed arguably violated a few federal laws about conflict of interest, reporting same, and repeatedly lied about their processes.

    Hill had to testify about the actions of the Hillary Care group and famously suffered cognitive memory dysfunction throughout her testimony. Same when she was also grilled other times about her actions re: a land development that never finished and made its money from scamming retirees. And a few other possibly embarrassing questions that came up.

    “Mrs. Clinton, you are a wildly successful lawyer who’s successfully handled multiple multi-million dollar cases for your clients?”
    “That’s correct, senator.”
    “Can you give us some details on your action in re: this, that, or the other.?”
    “Sorry, senator, I don’t recall.”

      The Gentle Grizzly in reply to BobM. | November 24, 2022 at 10:53 am

      Throw Fauci into prison – in gen-=pop – and see how fast his memory works again.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to BobM. | November 25, 2022 at 1:59 pm

      This is why govt records laws, sunshine laws, and FOIA exist. They have to be exercises from time to time to keep the grifters who will do anything they can get away with, that sometimes, some stuff they can’t get away with.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to BobM. | November 25, 2022 at 2:03 pm

      They think they rule us — why should they have to explain? To govern ourselves, we need to get serious that every little thing they do is ours — our work product they were contracted to produce, for our benefit, poor servants, though they be.

      Every little thing you do is our stuff,
      every little thing, it moves us on…
      /end music

    Steven Brizel in reply to Paula. | November 24, 2022 at 1:32 pm

    A deposition may not be streamed but by definition it has to be recorded and transcribed When if ever will this exercise in loss of memory be made publicly available for comparison with the previously released albeit heavily redacted documents from Fauci etc

    malclave in reply to Paula. | November 24, 2022 at 6:13 pm

    Maybe it’s another vaccine side effect.

    henrybowman in reply to Paula. | November 24, 2022 at 8:02 pm

    Or it’s a side-effect of vaccines and constant masking.
    “I can’t remember anything. I have amoeba.”

Let’s see if I got this right:
When a Republican can’t remember anything or gets a small detail wrong- it’s perjury.
When a Democrat can’t remamber anything or gets a small detail wrong, well, he or she in the case of Hillary, simply forgot or was mistaken.

Have I got it right?

    Paula in reply to gospace. | November 23, 2022 at 10:14 pm

    Just a minute, I’ll ask Fauci.

    He said he can’t recall.

    Might expand that to if a Republican talks to the FBI (Like Flynn) and later makes a statement that the Dems want to be false, it is declared false despite the actual truth of the statement, and the DOJ will happily prosecute you all the way until the actual interview notes are revealed. (and the DOJ dropping the charges won’t stop them.)

    Milhouse in reply to gospace. | November 24, 2022 at 10:49 am

    I believe you have it wrong. I cannot recall any occasion on which a Republican was ever prosecuted for perjury simply for claiming not to remember something. If someone says they don’t remember it’s impossible to prove they’re lying.

    There is selective prosecution when people do claim to remember, but get it wrong, or else contradict whatever the FBI wrote in its non-contemporaneous interview reports. Since there’s no guarantee that the report reflects the truth, you have no way of knowing what is written there, and therefore what the “truth” is that you can’t contradict. I don’t understand how the courts have not struck this practice down.

He should be held for crimes against humanity
Not permitting any form or fighting Covid but the prescribed Fake Vax. Hundred thousand died and could have been avoided except for that big Pharma payoffs.

This guy is a weasel and eventually is gonna get his ass torn out of the frame. Sooner or later it is coming. The establishment will throw this MFer under the bus to save themselves and I don’t think Fauchi grasps that. He seems to high from sniffing the ink of his press clippings.

Well if you can’t remember how about if we check the bank accounts and see got who got paid off for what

Fauci often mentions – Gain of Function . What is the real function of their lock downs, mask mandates, shots.. is Not to save lives. . more people are getting sick, dying after their shots..

    BierceAmbrose in reply to Taxpayer. | November 25, 2022 at 2:10 pm

    Well, if he can’t remember anything, of what weight is his recollection of what “gain of function” means?

Why would any Democrat ever be able to remember anything. Biden and Fetterman have shown that there supporters prefer brain damage and senility.

A graduate from the Hillary school of management excellence and accountability.

April 22, 2020 the Asia Times documented how, and why, Fauci and the NIH funded the Wuhan Institute of Virology for the purpose of “gain of function” research on corona viruses in bats. Two federal grants, available on-line for all to read (still), give specific instructions. Of particular note, the second of those grants directed the Wuhan Lab to see if they could modify those viruses to become contagious among humans (turns out: they can! so, success?).

Here is the article, lots of useful links in it:

This was originally called the “Wuhan Flu”, following a standard, centuries old, naming convention. But, China got the WHO (which they control) to declare that somehow “racist” voila, it became “Covid-19”. But, really, this ought to have been called “Fauci’s Flu” all along. It only exists because Fauci paid the Wuhan lab to create it.

In a surprise to no one, not a single mainstream press outlet in the US or Europe has ever published those federal grants that Fauci issued, and paid for with our tax $$, to create this virus. Remarkable lack of curiosity – and professional ethics. Millions dead, the entire world affected adversely economically, and the cause of it has been willfully withheld from the public.

    gonzotx in reply to Aarradin. | November 24, 2022 at 4:00 am

    Why US outsourced bat virus research to Wuhan
    US-funded $3.7 million project approved by Trump’s Covid-19 guru Dr Anthony Fauci in 2015 after US ban imposed on ‘monster-germ’ research

    They try to make it sound like Trump approved the research. This was done under Obama!

The bullshit artist Dr. Mengele/St. Tony deserves to swing from the highest limb because of his callous disregard for human life.

Nuremberg 2.0 for all in authority who pushed devastating lockdowns, actively suppressed life-saving treatments, and engaged in fear-porn psyops to get people to take the lethal injections masquerading as “vaxxes.”

These people are wicked.

So Dr. Mengele has a bad memory?

No, he does not. A man as fascinated by himself as Fauci (who do you know that has a huge portrait of himself on the wall?) forgets nothing he has done.

No, this man is a liar, which we have all known for a long time. Hell, he admitted he lied on multiple occasions, and claimed it was justified because he needed to manipulate us for our own good.

He was clearly given the same advice as Hillary, to-wit: If you say you can’t remember you will not be exposed for what you did through your testimony and it will be virtually impossible to prove you are committing perjury when you lie about not remembering.

But what it does do is prove to everyone that you are a liar who will lie about anything if it serves your purposes.

It’s hard for me to get wound up about Fauci perjuring himself in a deposition when he has the blood of tens of thousands who have been harmed or killed as a direct result of his perfidy.

I only hope karma catches up to this evil little monster while I’m still around to witness it.

Rush had a great bit about Hillary on the stand not able to recall anything. This is a classic way to get out of anything. You can’t be held accountable for anything you say on the stand under oath if your only answer is “I don’t recall”. There is no argument to make as how can you prove anything differently

    CommoChief in reply to diver64. | November 24, 2022 at 9:59 am


    The way to counteract that when dealing with govt actors is to immediately call into question every decision made during the time period for which they ‘can’t recall’.

    Memory is component of mental acuity. If their memory is that faulty then it follows that their decision making ability was faulty.

    So a Congressional Oversight committee would be entirely justified in requiring all the promotions made and hiring decisions be revoked. All the rules or regulations promulgated during that period be revoked. Any grants or funding decisions be overturned. All contracts cancelled.

    IOW, create a scorched earth consequence to the agency, it’s personnel, its private and public sector stakeholders. Either someone is component and can remember or they are incompetent and cannot.

    That would create incentives for the bureaucracy to protect themselves by coming forward as whistle blowers and denouncing the person claiming that they ‘don’t remember’.

      henrybowman in reply to CommoChief. | November 24, 2022 at 8:37 pm

      Only one fallacy — claiming your memory is faulty NOW does not supply grounds to prove that either your memory or your decisive faculties were impaired THEN. And really, you wouldn’t want it any other way… or else any mook could claim amnesia today to escape judgment for perfectly deliberate past decisions.

      BierceAmbrose in reply to CommoChief. | November 25, 2022 at 2:13 pm

      Oh, I like that.

      Doesn’t have to prove mental incompetence then, just “raises the question.” All the promotions and decisions get reviewed. Just curious. When did this incapacity start?

    henrybowman in reply to diver64. | November 24, 2022 at 8:34 pm

    Well, to be fair, this is almost precisely the range of immunity that the Fifth Amendment offers any defendant. So while it may be a big escape hatch from impartial justice, it is really not that much more than what the American system has already decided is a defendant’s privilege.

Why do I see the image of the Dave Chappelle bit about pleading the “fif”

I think that we have read so far is that Fauci is clearly engaging in both perjury and a very selective memory as to documents and emails that he wrote and defended the lockdowns despite no experience or expertise in anything other than epidemiology and failed to consider the colossal effects of the same to the economy mental health and education

    BierceAmbrose in reply to Steven Brizel. | November 25, 2022 at 2:15 pm

    Subpoena literally everything he’s doing now. Or give it 6 months til he’s clear, then subpoena.

    A guy that vane won’t be able to keep from shooting his mouth off, about what he did then, that those dummies don’t understand, how he’s fooling them, or both.

When if ever will the transcript be made available for public review ?

He is pulling a Comey, and like Comey, will not be prosecuted for perjury. Given his obvious mental alertness, known facts at the time of the COVID response, the short time elapsed since, and his recorded recent references to such, an overwhelming circumstantial case for perjury can be brought.

How can anyone be surprised??Did anyone ask for his calendar for 2019 2020 2021 2022? I am sure that as busy as he says he was, he had to have calendars to make sure he was on time for at least all those TV appearances where he could talk about nothing but mask and don’t go anywhere and take that jab and the next jab and the next jab and the next and the next just like he did in his “Last Press Conference” as if this narcissist could ever walk away from Look Here I AM; Let the Lite Shine on ME!!–The same person that over the years–since at least the 1980s has become more and more like a self-appointed cult-leader. He destroyed not only people’s professional life but their personal life all because they had the audacity to disagree with him in public, but sometimes privately*This god creature can’t allow anyone to question their statements much less their authority*My suggestion is to have his secretaries deposed or his aides or maybe his drivers. Lets be creative–Isn’t there CCT everywhere in DC-the government buildings? Get the phone records of not just his government phones but his private cells also*Get all those surrounding him in court and then go from there. Pull up every press conference every TV appearance for all those years he had us locked down and what he demanded for this “deadly virus” to be controlled*Still to this day we have ads on TV and Radio and the internet to push this vaccine, and not once do you hear any of the “adverse reactions” like you do in every other medical procedure or medication*When these lies were first pushed on American citizens nowhere did you see any HazMat dumpsters in any parking lot in any part of town. Remember this was going to kill 1/2 of the world’s population. No HazMat dumpsters to collect mask or tissues or even the trash from the vaccine sites–that should be a BIG red flag. The fact that they threaten the drs with their licenses the fact that they pulled drugs that had been in use 25 years+ off the market made it a crime to dispense those drugs or any drug that Fauci or CDC did not approve–the list is endless. Fauci killed thousands during the HIV/AIDS pandemic and millions during the China Virus. This is who this creature Fauci was and is. a small small man that believes he is god, he and only he can save mankind!

Depositions or congressional hearings are pointless; a waste of time and money. Everything Fauci did is a matter of public record. In a just world, this sociopath would be rotting in prison awaiting execution for his crimes against humanity.

It would be fascinating to see what documents Fauci was shown asked if he recalled preparing or responding to and whether they refreshed his recollection as to his role and decisions that he took or had a part in influencing with respect to the pandemic Merely claiming a repeated lack of recollection borders on obstruction of Justice or perjury in the presence of such unexplained documents

How can I say this kindly?

Remember “the Peter Principle”?

One is curious what The Jab Gnome knew about other modalities, and when. Surface transmission was known to be not a thing, near immediately. Massive skew in susceptibility likewise. Casual masking mostly pointless, or worse.

See this from nature, that Vitamin D works as both a treatment and prophylactic vs. the ‘rona.

Anyone who did their research, or followed clinical developments knew there were multiple interventions, cheap, broadly used, long histories, well-tolerated, some with additional up-sides all of which reduce the incidence, severity, hospitalization and death from the ‘rona by low-10s of percent each.

Anyone who did their research knew that the way to bet was: “Everybody’s gonna get it, eventually..”, “These things mutate — cross-immunity and general resistance are a thing.”, “Endemic viruses get less-severe and more contagious over time.”

Now that jab-reluctance means there’s less money to be made, it’s Ok for this stuff to come out, I suppose.