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FAUCI EMAILS: Masks are ‘not really effective,’ advocated for school closures, knew virus could have been ‘engineered’

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Dr. Fauci advocated early for school closures despite evidence showing that kids were not at high risk of contracting or spreading the illness.

2 June 2021

THE POST MILLENNIAL — Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests from Washington Post and Buzzfeed have resulted in a massive cache of emails from Dr. Anthony Fauci. The emails, from the early months of 2020, reveal that Fauci was inundated with requests, suggestions, and offers of assistance from the medical community.

Fauci said early on in these emails that face masks are not helpful, received information that there was reason to believe the virus was engineered, and advocated early for school closures despite evidence showing that kids were not at high risk of contracting or spreading the illness.

Are face masks helpful?

In response to a question from Sylvia Burwell about precautions she should take while traveling, Fauci said that “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.” Burwell served as secretary for health and human services from 2014 to 2017 under the Obama administration. […]

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1 Comment on FAUCI EMAILS: Masks are ‘not really effective,’ advocated for school closures, knew virus could have been ‘engineered’

  1. Anyone wearing those socks with a suit is not only untrustworthy, but must have employed Justin Trudeau’s fashion designer.

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