Fauci Emails Exposed by Freedom of Information Act Exposes Serious Misformation, Critics Call for Fauci’s Firing

The idea of “asymptomatic spread” of COVID was misinformation according to this email released.

Days after the public learned of COVID in January, emails reveal the idea of COVID being specifically “engineered”!

Amazingly, read what Fauci told a friend about the effectiveness of MASKS!

Please feel free to read the entire batch of 3,000+ Fauci emails that were released through a Freedom of Information Act request!

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Fauci Calls Masks ‘Not Really Effective in Keeping Out Virus’ in Newly Released Email – Western Journal

Fauci worked behind the scenes to cast doubt on Wuhan lab leak hypothesis, emails show – Washington Examiner

Corrupt Media Ignore Smoking Gun Emails In Order To Protect Fauci – Federalist

Emails Show Fauci Knew Masks Weren’t Very Effective Before Pushing Universal Masking – Federalist

Emails Show Fauci Downplayed NIH Funding Of Gain Of Function Research At Wuhan Lab – Federalist

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