The release of Dr. Fauci’s emails this week due to a FOIA request has caused an absolute explosion.
They show a side of Fauci that is making people question his motives before and during the pandemic.
In a powerful monologue on his show this week, Tucker Carlson suggested that Fauci deserves a criminal investigation. As usual, he made a compelling case.
Here’s a partial transcript, via FOX News:
Tucker Carlson: Is Dr. Fauci under criminal investigation?
The utter fraudulence of Tony Fauci is obvious now, and it’s widely acknowledged. But it was not always obvious. In March of last year, we interviewed Fauci on this show. We treated him with respect.
We took his answers seriously. We’re Americans, so we assumed the man in charge of protecting the United States from COVID must be impressive and rational. We also assumed he was honest.
But we were wrong. It soon became clear that Tony Fauci was just another sleazy federal bureaucrat — deeply political and often dishonest. More shocking, we then learned that Fauci himself was implicated in the very pandemic he’d been charged with fighting. Fauci supported the grotesque and dangerous experiments that appear to have made COVID possible.
We came to these conclusions incrementally, spurred by evidence that accumulated over the course of a year. Tonight, we have the mother lode. Thanks to a freedom of information request from Buzzfeed, we have thousands of emails to and from Tony Fauci, going back to the early winter of 2020.
Collectively, they show that from the beginning, Fauci was worried the public might conclude that COVID originated at the Wuhan Institute of Virology. Why was Fauci be concerned that Americans would conclude that? Possibly because Tony Fauci knew perfectly well he’d funded gain-of-function experiments at that same laboratory.
Consider this exchange, which began the evening of January 31, 2020. It was a Friday, just before midnight.
Watch the whole thing below:
When Tucker lays out this trail of questions that all seem to lead back to Fauci, it’s impossible to disagree with him.
Fauci should be investigated, or at least be brought before Congress and made to answer questions under oath.