Three COVID-19 questions Dr. Fauci needs to answer

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Three COVID-19 questions Dr. Fauci needs to answer

Dr. Fauci needs to explain views on masks, vaccines and what he learned from China’s COVID -19 lockdowns

 By Pierre Kory | Fox News

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Uprisings in China against the failed “Zero COVID” strategy pushed Dr. Anthony Fauci’s retirement from the headlines, but the two events are interconnected. Despite never having been elected to anything, the 81-year-old Fauci has imposed his iron will on Americans for nearly three years. After a half century on the taxpayer dole, he has become highest-paid employee in the federal government, overseeing the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and its $6 billion budget. 

The incoming House Republican majority would be wise to shed light on Fauci’s efforts to undermine the practice of medicine during the pandemic. Here are three specific areas worthy of investigation.  

First, get to the bottom of the mask masquerade. During his final press conference, Fauci stressed the importance of facial accessories by cracking a joke about “looking terrific.” Early in the pandemic, he was singing a different tune, acknowledging in private emails, “the typical mask you buy at a drug store is not really effective at keeping out a virus.”  

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Less than a year later, Fauci was calling double masking “common sense.” Even last week while sitting for a deposition brought by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana, Fauci implored a court reporter to don a mask after sneezing – despite not being able to name a single study supporting their use. This in November 2022, more than two months after President Joe Biden declared the pandemic “ove

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